Wednesday, May 1, 2013

May Day Books to Inform and Inspire

It's May Day!

May 1st, also known as International Workers' Day,  
is internationally recognized as a day for peaceful protest by the labor movement. 

Here are some great books by and about "rabble-rouser
leaders and revolutionaries, sure to inform and inspire.


There are plenty more great books in our
Political Science, Philosophy, Current Events,
World History, Labor HistorySociology and Science sections.

These books are available at Curious, but in limited supply.

If you'd like to place a book on hold, please call the shop at 517.332.0112.

Technologies of Freedom: Free Speech in an Electronic Age
by Ithiel de Sola Pool (Paperback,  $6.50)

Advice and Dissent: Scientists in the Political Arena
by Joel Primack and Frank Von Hippel (Paperback, $5.50)

American Radical Though: The Libertarian Tradition
Edited by Henry J. Silverman (Paperback, $7.95)

Articles of Impeachment Against George W. Book
by the Center for Constitutional Rights (Paperback, $3.50)

Green Washed: Why We Can't Buy Our Way to a Green Planet
by Kendra Pierre-Louis (Paperback, $4.95)

State and Revolution
by Lenin (Paperback, $4.95)

Malcolm X: The Last Speeches
Edited by Bruce Perry (Paperback, $7.95)

Crashing the Party: Taking on the Corporate Government in an Age of Surrender
by Ralph Nader (Paperback, $7.50)

Necessary Illusions: Thought Control in Democratic Societies
by Noam Chomsky (Paperback, $6.95)

Nelson Mandela: The Man and the Movement
by Mary Benson (Paperback, $5.50)
Forward by Desmond Tutu!

None Dare Call It Treason
by John A. Stormer (Paperback, $3.95)

Separated at Birth: How North Korea Became the Evil Twin
by Gordon Cucullu (Hardcover, SIGNED!, $12.50)

Revolt of the Masses
by Jose Ortega y Gasset (Paperback, $4.95)

Roads to Ruin: Shocking History of Social Reform
by E.S. Turner (Paperback, $2.95)

History of Socialism in the United States
by Morris Hillquit (Paperback, $16.95)
Introduction by Albert Fried

The Essential Thomas Paine
(Paperback, $3.95)

Insider Histories of the Vietnam Era
Edited by Ken Wachsberger (Paperback, $19.95)

by George Orwell (Paperback, $4.95)

Social Inequality in Oaxaca: A History of Resistance and Change
by Arthur D. Murphy and Alex Stepick (Hardcover, $24.95)

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