40 years of books without bosses, 1977-2017
By Wayne Roberts
An updated edition that furthers the conversation about whether food sovereignty is indeed possible
Published August 2013
By Wayne Ellwood
Distills the complexities of globalization into an easy-to-understand commentary and reveals that our global economy can simultaneously be a force for equality and inequality
Published November 2010
Reclaiming Art and Community in the 21st Century
By Clarke Mackey
An unsentimental, optimistic book about the art of living in apocalyptic times
Published October 2010
By Peter Steven
An updated look at the political economy of the media - from mega-mergers to new technologies and citizen reportage
Published September 2010
Mexican and Caribbean Migrant Farm Workers in Canada
By Vincenzo Pietropaolo
A renowned photographer tells the little-known story of Canada’s migrant workers.
Published September 2009
No-Nonsense meets Stuffed and Starved.
Published September 2008
By Gregory Elliott
An illuminating new text from a highly regarded scholar of Marxism.
Published May 2008
The Politics of Climate Change in Canada
By Robert C. Paehlke
Lifting the curtain on a profound case of national negligence.
Published April 2008
By Peter Stalker
A timely and concise guide to a world in motion.
Published January 2008
Seed Politics and the Future of Food in Canada
By Devlin Kuyek
An alarming look at what the future holds for Canadian agriculture–unless committed citizens take action
Published November 2007
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