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This week we have 70% off the selected titles (and editions) below! Includes an epic anniversary biography of Karl Marx, a first-hand account of Syrian Refugees in Greece, Stuart Jeffries' critically acclaimed biography of the Frankfurt School and Eric Hazan's walker’s guide to Paris.

Please note that the discount only applies to the editions listed in this email. Where there is more than one edition, you may need to click on the correct edition on the book strip/book page.

Ends Sunday, January 27, 23.59 EST.

The 2019 edition includes illustrations from Savage Messiah, Laura Oldfield Ford’s brilliant psychogeographic graphic novel, as well as extracts from brand new Verso books, including Revolting ProstitutesNew Dark Age and Paradise Rot.

Compulsively readable and meticulously researched, A World to Win demonstrates that, two centuries after Marx’s birth, his work remains the bedrock for any true understanding of our political and economic condition.

How the occupation of a watch factory became one of the iconic labor struggles after May 1968,

In this fully updated edition of The Extreme Centre, Ali considers recent events that suggest, despite everything, that there is room for hope. 

A vivid account and reflection on two struggles that are at the heart of the contestation of neoliberal technocracy and the state.

The definitive account of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination.

A first-hand account of a Greek refugee camp—and the stories of the refugees staying there.

The extradition of terror suspects reveals the worst features of the security state.

Charting the decline of the French intellectual, from the Dreyfus Affair to Islamophobia.

A radical architect examines the changing fortunes of the contemporary city.

Radical glossary of the vocabulary of policing that redefines the very way we understand law enforcement.

A new vision of politics “below the radar”.

Reconsidering the Russian Revolution a century later.

The classic graphic biography of Che Guevara—the most iconic revolutionary of the twentieth century.

A leading activist-scholar on what’s next in the Sanders revolution.

A Mexican-American lawyer exposes corruption in the US asylum procedure and despotism in the Mexican government.

What does art tell us about ourselves? John Berger on the politics and consolations of creativity.

From the award-winning author of The Rise of Islamic State, the essential story of the Middle East’s disintegration.

The provocative political thinker asks if it will be with a bang or a whimper.

Recovering the history of the revolutionary Jewish tradition.

A passionate call to rediscover the political and emotional joy that emerges when we share our lives.

Who were the Frankfurt School—Benjamin, Adorno, Marcuse, Horkheimer—and why do they matter today?

What does the good life—and the good society—look like in the twenty-first century?

Acclaimed fantasy author China Miéville plunges us into the year the world was turned upside down.

The story of the remarkable resurgence of right-wing extremists in the United States.

Anniversary edition of the classic political manifesto.

Brilliant, pragmatic assessment of the situation in Latin America in the 1960s.

One hundred years after the Russian Revolution, Žižek shows why Lenin’s thought is still important today.

A walker’s guide to Paris, taking us through its past, present and possible futures.