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Alt-Right
From 4chan to the White House
Mike Wendling
“By paying close, critical attention to the alt-right—most important, doing so long enough to see through its fog of lies, misdirection, and trolling—Wendling has developed a well-rounded understanding of the movement, and created an important guide to one of the most disturbing political developments of our time.”—New York Times Book Review  

Paper $18.00

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Under the Cover of Chaos
Trump and the Battle for the American Right
Lawrence Grossberg
“A profound and insightful analysis of the diverse forces that led to Trump’s election.… Everyone should read this book if they want to understand the rise of authoritarianism in the United States.”—Henry Giroux, McMaster University

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Digital Demagogue
Authoritarian Capitalism in the Age of Trump and Twitter
Christian Fuchs
“Trump. Modi. Erdoğan. Duterte. Le Pen. Farage. The list of authoritarian leaders and their henchmen goes on and on. For an excellent guide to understanding Trump and the dangerous worldwide movement he leads, you need go no further than this conceptually rich and empirically detailed book”—Vincent Mosco, author of Becoming Digital

Paper $25.00

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The Last Earth
A Palestinian Story
Ramzy Baroud
“At times reminiscent of the storytelling of the iconic Gabriel García Márquez, Baroud mingles past, present, dreams, and fantasy to forge a document that demands respect and rejects pity.… A vital and inspiring document.”—Truthout

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Cracks in the Wall
Beyond Apartheid in Palestine/Israel
Ben White
“Important, essential reading for all who care about the rule of law and the rights of Palestinians.”—Ken Loach

Paper $14.00

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Second Edition
Burning Country
Syrians in Revolution and War
Robin Yassin-Kassab and Leila Al-Shami
“A knowledgeable, empathetic, morally lucid account of the revolt against the Assad regime and an explanation of why—to the horror of many of its supporters—it became a civil war. Burning Country avoids the easy indulgence of indignation; instead, it elicits the voices of many different Syrians involved in the uprising, acknowledging their suffering as well as their courage, intelligence, and humanity, while explaining the terrible choices that have been forced on them.”—The Nation, praise for the first edition  

Paper $20.00