Books published by South End Pr

Friendly Fascism

South End Pr | August 17, 1980 | 410 pages
An examination of current economic and political trends in the U.S. finds an increasing manipulation of the nation's key resources  More Info


South End Pr | August 17, 2019 | 246 pages
Native American activist links colonialism and racism to sexual violence, exploring the impact on native women.  More Info

All Our Relations

South End Pr | August 17, 1999 | 241 pages
Provides testimonies by Native American activists sharing the struggle for survival, and their resistance to environmental, and cultural degradation  More Info

Beyond Identity Politics

South End Pr | August 17, 1996 | 187 pages
Describes how community groups throughout the United States have organized to change the system, not just join it  More Info

Left Out

South End Pr | September 1, 2002 | 504 pages
From civil rights to queer studies, Martin Duberman has written-and led-with clarity, integrity and wisdom.  More Info

The Queer Question

South End Pr | August 17, 1997 | 257 pages
In The Queer Question: Essays on Desire and Democracy, Scott Tucker issues a fierce clarion call to radicals and queers to be true to the democratic potential of the United States. In this collection of essays, Tucker targets homophobia and anti-sex sentiment within the traditional Left, racism and... More Info

Normal Life

South End Pr | September 20, 2011 | 208 pages
A truly revolutionary text that centers radical law reform as an essential and urgent struggle on the path toward trans-liberation.  More Info

Staying Alive

South End Pr | November 30, 2010 | 240 pages
Looks at the history of economic development in India and how women are surviving the crises that are the result of development and are creating and safeguarding sources of knowledge and a vision for the future.  More Info

American methods

South End Pr | May 1, 2006 | 279 pages
A powerful indictment, American Methods is "not about Abu Ghraib; this is a book about the USA."  More Info

Marx in Soho

South End Pr | July 1, 1999 | 55 pages
In this witty ad brilliant "play on history", renowned historian Howard Zinn brings Karl Marx to life to defend his ideas and comment on the world today.  More Info