"The Autobiography of Harry S. Truman" is a compilation of autobiographical writings composed by Truman between 1934 and 1972. Taken directly from his own manuscript material, the volume presents the thoughts and feelings of the man himself. Reissue. 176 pp.
The founding document of the modern revolutionary workers movement explains why communism is not a set of preconceived principles but rather a line of march for the working class toward power, "springing from an existing class struggle, a historical movement going on under our very eyes." Reissue. 90 pp.
Recent waves of terrorism show the prevalence of foreign attackers working with citizens of other countries. Peter R. Neumann explains the phenomenon of these "new jihadis and why the threat of terrorism and ISIS in the West is greater than ever. Original. 256 pp.
An introduction to Turkey covers the country's rise to power. 184 pp.
The first book detailing the rise of "slow food," one of the most significant political movements of modern times. Simultaneous. Hardcover available. 216 pp.