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The website of Melbourne's famous radical bookshop.

New Books in January

Capitalism Must Die! A basic introduction to capitalism: what it is, why it sucks and how to crush it – Stephanie McMillan – $25

The Dignity of Chartism – Dorothy Thompson – $25IMG_20160112_162903[1].jpg

Trans: A Memoir – Juliet Jacques – $25

Capitalism: A Ghost Story – Arundhati Roy – $15

The Extreme Centre: A warning  – Tariq Ali – $15

Disaster Capitalism: Making a killing out of Catastrophe: Antony Loewenstein

Speak Up, Reach Out: A life to Reckon with – Graham Smith – $30

Socialist Register: The Politcs of the Right – Leo Panitch & Greg Albo (eds) – $50

Red Professor: The Cold War Life of Fred Rose – Peter Monteath & Valerie Munt – $40

The Muslims are Coming: Islamophobia, Extremism and the Domestic War on Terror – Arun Kundani – $20

The Blessing – Adrian Caesar – $30

Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a world without work – Nick Srnicek & Alex Williams – $25

 

NIBS now has Endnotes…

The influential British Marxist Journal is now available at NIBS. We have the latest edition (No 4) for $15. And the previous three editions for $5 each.

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New: Daily Affirmations Calenders for Revolutionary Militants

NIBS have just received these really wicked new perpetual calenders. Ideal for all activists who take revolution seriously. And a wonderful satire on the ubiquitous self-help genre. Complete with a desk stand and wonderful illustrations by political cartoonist Stepanie McMillian.

Today’s Affirmation: I surround myself with sincere people who share common goals of ending exploitation and domination. Precisely.   Come in and get em. $35 each.

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NIBS is Open for 2016!

Happy New Year to everyone. We are now open again for 2016, with our usual trading hours. Please come in for a chat and to look around. We have some ace new stock.

NIBS Holiday Close Times

Hi all,

NIBS will be open until Thursday 24th of December as normal. We will then be closed over the christmas/new year break from: Friday 25th December –  Monday 12th of January. We will open again on Tuesday 12th January.

From all of us at NIBS we wish you a great festive season.

Jonathan

How to make Trouble and Influence People – 2016 Diary

This awesome 2016 Diary is available at NIBS now for $15. Ever day commemorates a subversive action taken by ordinary Australian’s to challenge the status quo.

The book “How to Make Trouble” is also available at NIBS for $40

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We (mostly) have Marx covered @ NIBS

While we don’t have it all (the dude wrote a lot!) NIBS has most of big M’s works covered. Nice classic Penguin formats. From Capital (1,2,3) to the Grundrisse, we have it. Why not grab yourself a copy and read up on the master’s work!

 

New Books in December

New Titles
Eco-socialism A Radical Alternative to Capitalist Catastrophe –  Michael Lowy – $25

IMG_20151203_123204[1] Counting on Community – Innosanta Nagara – $18

Making Sense of Anarchism –  Davide Turcato – $28

Militant Anti-Fascism – M Testa – $31

Against Equality: Queer Revolution Not mere Inclusion – $25

Caliban and the Witch –  Silvia Federici – $32

The Dismissal Dossier – $18 – Jenny Hockey

Open Veins of Latin America – Eduardo Galeano – $44

Outsider in the White House – Bernie Sanders – $22

The Next Revolution: Popular Assemblies and the Promise of Direct – Democracy – Murry Bookchin – $34

This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate – Naomi Klein – $26

Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital – Jason Moore – $40

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What Every Environmentalist needs to know about Capitalism – John Bellamy Foster & Fred Magdoff -$29

Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution – Peter Kropotkin – $18

God And The State – Michael Bakunin – $15

A People’s History of the World: From the Stone Age to the New Millennium – Chris Harmen – $33

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The Blessing – Adrian Caesar – $30

Tonight – 5pm – Jenny Hocking on: The Dismissal Dossier

 Tuesday, December 15, 2015

5:00 PM -6:30 PM

Trades Hall, Meeting Room 1, 54 Victoria St, Trades Hall

 Professor Jenny Hocking will give a public talk on her widely discussed new book, The Dismissal Dossier – he definitive story of the most divisive episode in Australia’s history—the dismissal of Gough Whitlam’s government.

Australia Series is co-hosted by the Search Foundation, Victorian Trades Hall and The New International Bookshop, aiming to engage the public on topics most critical to Australia’s economic, political and environmental future

Entry by Donation.

For more info contact NIBS

Book Launch – Crooked Deals and Broken Treaties: How American Indians were Displaced by White Settlers in the Cuyahoga Valley

Wednesday 9 December, 7pm

NIBS, 54 Victoria St, South Carlton

Entry by Donation

In his latest book, Historian and novelist John Tully draws on contemporary accounts and a wealth of studies to produce this elegiac history of the Cuyahoga Valley. He pays special attention to how settlers’ notions of private property—and the impulse to own and develop the land—clashed with more collective social organizations of American Indians. He also documents the ecological cost of settlement, long before heavy industry laid waste to the region. Crooked Deals and Broken Treaties is an impassioned accounting of the cost of “progress,” and an insistent reminder of the barbarism and deceit that fueled the rise of the United States.

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