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A People Betrayed

A People Betrayed - book review

Paul Preston’s A People Betrayed is a searing and thorough account of how the Spanish state developed with corruption endemic to its functioning, finds Chris Bambery

  • Written by Chris Bambery
  • Category: Book Reviews
Shamrocks and Oil Slicks

Shamrocks and Oil Slicks - book review

Wilcox’s Shamrocks and Oil Slicks recounts the inspiring resistance in county Mayo against their government and Shell Oil’s collusion to force oil development, finds Ellen Graubart

  • Written by Ellen Graubart
  • Category: Book Reviews

Comrade - book review

In Comrade, Jodi Dean champions comradeship as a political relationship, against the passivity encouraged by much of identity politics, argues Martin Hall

  • Written by Martin Hall
  • Category: Book Reviews

James Baldwin: Living in Fire - book review

Living in Fire is a pithy yet powerful introduction to James Baldwin’s political life as a street fighting intellectual, raging against the world’s racist and reactionary forces, finds Adam Tomes

  • Written by Adam Tomes
  • Category: Book Reviews

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