SOCIETY

The titles in this category deal with society at large - politics, history, religion, science, crime, etc.

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  1. Monocle Guide to Good Business

    Monocle Guide to Good Business

    $60.00

    The Monocle Guide to Good Business follows up on the success of The Monocle Guide to Better Living. Learn More
  2. New Forms Of Worker Organization

    New Forms Of Worker Organization: The Syndicalist And Autonomist Restoration Of Class-Struggle Unionism

    $24.95

    As bureaucratic labor unions are currently under assault throughout the world, most have surrendered the achievements of the mid-20th century, when the working class was a militant force for change. Learn More
  3. Nickel And Dimed (10th Anniversary Edition)

    Nickel And Dimed: On (Not) Getting by in America

    $15.00

    Barbara Ehrenreich decided to join millions of Americans who work full-time, year-round, for poverty-level wages. Learn More
  4. No Logo: No Space, No Choice, No Jobs

    No Logo: No Space, No Choice, No Jobs

    $16.00

    With a new Afterword to the 2002 edition. NO LOGO employs journalistic savvy and personal testament to detail the insidious practices and far-reaching effects of corporate marketing - and the powerful potential of a growing activist sect that will surely alter the course of the 21st century. Learn More
  5. Only One Thing Can Save Us

    Only One Thing Can Save Us: Why America Needs a New Kind of Labor Movement

    $25.95

    Is labor’s day over or is labor the only real answer for our time? In his new book, National Book Critics Circle Award finalist and labor lawyer Thomas Geoghegan argues that even as organized labor seems to be crumbling, a revived—but different—labor movement is the only way to stabilize the economy and save the middle class. Learn More
  6. Overdressed

    Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion

    $25.95

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    Until recently, Elizabeth Cline was a typical American consumer. She’d grown accustomed to shopping at outlet malls, discount stores like T.J. Maxx, and cheap but trendy retailers like Forever 21, Target, and H&M. She was buying a new item of clothing almost every week (the national average is sixty-four per year) but all she had to show for it was a closet and countless storage bins packed full of low-quality fads she barely wore—including the same sailor-stripe tops and fleece hoodies as a million other shoppers. When she found herself lugging home seven pairs of identical canvas flats from Kmart (a steal at $7 per pair, marked down from $15!), she realized that something was deeply wrong. Learn More
  7. People First Economics

    People First Economics: Making a Clean Start for Jobs, Justice and Climate

    $16.95

    No-one could have predicted – or planned – the revolution that we’re in. For it is a revolution – not just a temporary aberration or passing hurricane. Capitalism as we know it is falling about our ears and the world will never be the same again. Learn More
  8. Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs, And Cheap Labor In The American Black Market cover

    Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs, And Cheap Labor In The American Black Market

    $13.00

    In REEFER MADNESS, the author of FAST FOOD NATION investigates America's black market and its far-reaching influence on our society through three of its mainstays -- pot, porn, and illegal immigrants. Learn More
  9. Rent Vs Own

    Rent vs Own

    $18.95

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    Finally, a real estate reality check that cuts through all the biased rhetoric to answer the conundrum on everyone s mind: Should I buy now or keep renting? Learn More
  10. Rich People Things

    Rich People Things: Real-Life Secrets of the Predator Class

    $16.95

    In Rich People Things, Chris Lehmann lays bare the various dogmas and delusions that prop up plutocratic rule in the post-meltdown age. It's a humorous and harrowing tale of warped populism, phony reform, and blind deference to the nation's financial elite. As the author explains, American class privilege is very much like the idea of sex in a Catholic school—it's not supposed to exist in the first place, but once it presents itself in your mind's eye, you realize that it's everywhere. Learn More

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