Mozambique’s Samora Machel – Allen and Barbara Isaacman

Allen and Barbara Isaacman tell the story of one of Africa's fiercest anti-colonial fighters, Samora Machel. They recount how Mozambique's experience of Portuguese colonialism shaped the political and intellectual development of a young man who fought to rid his country of exploitation and establish a free, just and equal society.

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Washington Bullets – Vijay Prashad

Washington Bullets is about the bullets sent by architects of U.S. imperialism—the nation’s political and economic elites—to crush revolutions, assassinate democratically elected leaders, and to destroy hope.

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The Loss of Hindustan – Manan Ahmed Asif

Manan Ahmed Asif has written a book of great importance for the understanding of present-day communalism in India. He documents how the unified multicultural political identity of Hindustan was lost through colonial interpretations of the past which still dominate our understanding of Hindu-Muslim relations.

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Afropean – Johny Pitts

Johny Pitts travels the Continent to uncover its African communities carving spaces for their identities within broader national European ones. It is a documentary, bottom-up, look at spaces Afropeans inhabit with a blend of observation and history that produces a revealing narrative.

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Gandhi – Kathryn Tidrick

Kathryn Tidrick outlines the origins of Gandhi's ideas and how they guided his political actions. Her account flies in the face of much hagiographic Gandhiana and shatters the myth that arose after Gandhi's death, revealing the more obscure aspects of his life and ideology.

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The Jakarta Method – Vincent Bevins

Bevins tells the story of America's role in the development of South East Asian and Latin American national security states and in their murder of millions of civilians during the Cold War. It describes maniacal anti-communism that spared noone.

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The Five Hundred Year Rebellion – Benjamin Dangl

The Five Hundred Year Rebellion: Indigenous Movements and the Decolonization of History in Bolivia, Benjamin Dangl, AK Press, 2019, pp. 215, ISBN 978-1849353465 Dangl argues that an indigenous oral history of past struggles played a “crucial element for empowering, orienting, and legitimizing indigenous movements from the 1970s post-revolutionary Bolivia to

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