Albert Einstein
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Rebel Lives
Edited by Jim Green
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Hailed as a scientific genius, but harassed by the FBI as a subversive for his socialist views. Read more »
Helen Keller
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Rebel Lives
Edited by John Davis
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Revolutionary activist, better known for her blindness than her radical social vision. Read more »
Sacco and Vanzetti
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Rebel Lives
Edited by John Davis
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Italian immigrants and anarchists, framed by the state and executed for murder in Boston during the Red Scare of the 1920s. Read more »
Louise Michel
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Rebel Lives
Edited by Nic Maclellan
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Anarchist and revolutionary feminist, jailed and exiled for leading the 1871 popular uprising in Paris. Read more »
Haydée Santamaría
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Rebel Lives
Edited by Betsy Maclean
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Woman guerrilla leader in Cuba, whose passion for art and revolution inspired Latin America’s cultural renaissance. Read more »
José Martí Reader
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Writings on the Americas
Introduction by Ivan Schulman
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This elegant anthology presents the full breadth of José Martí's work as a teacher, journalist, revolutionary and poet. It includes his political essays and writings on culture, his journalism, letters and selections of his poetry, published here in both Spanish and English. Read more »
The Fertile Prison
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Fidel Castro in Batista's jails
Mario Mencía
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The Fertile Prison is the story of the period in which Fidel Castro and his young comrades, including two women, were imprisoned after the July 26, 1953, attack on the Moncada military garrison, and how the Batista dictatorship was eventually forced to release them. Read more »
Inside Apartheid's Prison
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Notes and letters of struggle
Raymond Suttner
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Raymond Suttner joined the anti-apartheid movement as an idealistic young student. After his arrest in 1975 he was subjected to torture, solitary confinement and extended periods in jail. As a white, a Jew and a communist he was held in deep suspicion by the South African regime. Read more »
Letters of Love and Hope
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The Story of the Cuban Five
Alice Walker with the families of the Cuban Five
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The story of five Cubans serving lengthy sentences in US prisons for the "crime" of trying to prevent terrorism against Cuba. Introduced by Alice Walker, with a preface by Cuban poet Nancy Morejon, this book includes excerpts from diaries and letters from and to children, wives and parents of the five Cubans imprisoned in the United States for "espionage," providing a glimpse of how ordinary families strive to maintain connections in extraordinary circumstances. Read more »
Salvador Allende Reader
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Chile’s voice of democracy
Edited by James D. Cockcroft and Jane Carolina Canning
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On September 11, 1973, General Augusto Pinochet led a bloody coup against President Salvador Allende in Chile. Allende died in the Presidential Palace as it was attacked by Pinochet's army. This first-ever anthology presents Salvador Allende's voice and his vision of a more democratic, peaceful and just world to a new generation. Read more »