New Books

In April-May 2017

What is a Refugee? – William Maley – $30

Labor and Santamaria – Robert Murray – $25

The Battle of Parramatta: 21 to 22 March 1797 – Jonathan Lim – $18

Balancing Act: Australia Between Recession and Renewal – George Megalogenis – $25

Sustainable Agriculture versus Corporate Greed: Small Farmers, Food, Security and Big Business – Alan Broughton and Elena Garcia – $15

Pitched Battle – Larry Writer – $35

The Icon Project: Architecture, Cities and Capitalist Globalization – Leslie Sklair – $38

The Manner of their Going: Prime Ministerial Exits from Lyne to Abbott – Norman Abjorensen – $37

No Way but this: – Jedd Sparrow – $33

Repaying my Debt: A Conservationist’s Tale – Geoff Mosley – $30

Losing Streak: How Tasmania was gamed by the Gambling Industry – James Boyce – $23

The Highway is for Gamblers: A Political Memoir – Tom O’Lincoln – $40

Lenin’s Interventionist Marxism – Tom Freeman – $30

Quarterly Essay: The White Queen One Nation and the Politics of Race – David Marr -$23

Why I Am Not a Feminist: A Feminist Manifesto – Jessa Crispin – $25

Fear of Abandonment: Australia in the World since 1942 – Allan Gyngell – $35

In March 2017

Wall Street’s Think Tank: The Council on Foreign Relations and the Empire of the Neoliberal Geopolitics 1976-2014 – Laurence H Shoup – $50

Fight like a Girl – Clementine Ford – $30

Cooperatives Confront Capitalism: Challenging the Neoliberal Economy – Peter Ranis – $41

Anthropocene or Capitalocene: Nature, History and the Crisis of the Capitalism – Jason W.Moore -$37

The American War in Vietnam: Crime or Commemoration – John Marciano – $30

The Panama Papers – Bastian Obermayer and Frederik Obermaier – $27

The New World Order in Action – Takis Fotopoulos – $30

 

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