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  • Languages of the Unheard

    Why Militant Protest is Good for Democracy

    By Stephen D’Arcy  

    What defines militant action and when is it the ethical choice?

    Published December 2013

  • Leading Progress

    The Professional Institute of the Public Service Canada 1920–2020

    By Jason Russell  

    Coming October 2020

  • Legalizing Drugs

    The key to ending the war

    By Steve Rolles  

    We urgently need to legalize and regulate drugs – this book explains why, and how to do it

    Published February 2017

  • Lesbians in Canada

    Edited by Sharon Dale Stone  

    Published April 1990

  • Letters From Lexington

    Reflections on Propaganda

    By Noam Chomsky  

    Published April 1993

  • Life of the Party

    A Study in Sociability, Community, and Social Inequality

    By Randle W. Nelsen  

    Published September 2012

  • A Line in the Tar Sands

    Struggles for Environmental Justice

    Edited by Stephen D’Arcy, Toban Black, Tony Weis and Joshua Kahn Russell  

    Fighting the most destructive industrial project of our time

    Published September 2014

  • Losing Control

    Canada’s Social Conservatives in the Age of Rights

    By Tom Warner  

    One of the first books to examine social conservatism in Canada, from a long-time activist

    Published May 2010

  • Lunch-Bucket Lives

    Remaking the Workers’ City

    By Craig Heron  

    A fascinating look at working-class life in early twentieth-century Canada

    • Clio Ontario Prize, 2016 (Winner)
    • Fred Landon Award, 2016 (Winner)
    • International Labor History Association, Book of the Year, 2015 (Winner)
    • CAWLS Book Prize for the best book in work and labour studies, 2016 (Winner)
    • Speakers Book Award, Legislative Assembly of Ontario, 2015 (Shortlisted)
    • Sir John A. Macdonald Prize, 2016 (Shortlisted)

    Published June 2015

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