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Lots of New Summer reading at Jura

Hi everyone,

Here are heaps of new titles to tide you over the summer holiday season:

Hi Jurans,

Here are the new titles for the end of year celebrations and summer reading:

Perspectives On Anarchist Theory: Beyond the Crisis, No 30, 2018/19, $21;

Can we all be Feminists? (ed), June Eric-Undorie, $24;

Practical Utopia: Strategies for a desirable future, Michael Albert (foreword N. Chomsky), $30;

How Nonviolence Protects the State, Peter Gelderloos, $18;

Between the Bullet and the Lie: Essays on Orwell, Kristian Williams, $27;

From Democracy to Freedom: The difference between government and self-determination, Crimethinc, $20;

The Antifa Comic Book: 100 years of fascism and antifa movements, Gord Hill, $27;

Alerta! Alerta!: Snapshots of Europe's Anti Fascist struggle, Patrick Strickland, $24;

Torn from the World: A guerilla's escape from the secret prison in Mexico, John Gibler, $26;

The Future is Female: 25 classic sf stories by women, (HB), (ed) Lisa Yaszek, $42;

It is the Responsibility of Intellectuals to Speak the Truth and to Expose Lies, (HB), Noam Chomsky, $26;

The Battle for Paradise: Puerto Rico takes on the Disaster Capitalists, Naomi Klein, $15;

Time and Time Again, John Zerzan, $18;

Tahini & Tumeric: 101 Middle Eastern Classics - Made Irresistibly Vegan, (H/B), Vicky choen & Ruth Fox, $38;

Unapologetic: A black, queer, and feminist mandate for radical movements, (H/B), Charlene Curruthers, $35;

I am Malala: The girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban, $20;

Raising Girls: Helping your daughter to grow up wise, warm and strong, Steve Biddulph, $25;

Raising Boys in the twnenty-first century, Steve Biddulph, (new edn) $30;

Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck, $15;

Anarchism: It's philosophy and scientific basis as defined by some of its apostles, Albert Parsons, (H/B), $45 (photo reprint);

Michael Bakunin: Communist, Guy Aldred, $30 (photo reprint);

The Red Flag of Anarchy: A history of socialism and anarchism in Sheffield, 1874-1900, Andrew Lee, $30;

Things that Help: Healing our lives through feminism, anarchism, punk & adventure, Cindy Crabb, $30;

Fahrenheit 541, Ray Bradbury, $15;

The Myth of Sisyphus, Albert Camus, $10;

The Catcher in the Rye, J. D. Salinger, $15;

Women and the American Labor Movement: From the first trade unions to the present, Philip Foner, $35;

The Origins of Collective Decision Making, Andy Blunden, $40, (partly written with experiences in Australia);

Organized Labor & the Black Worker 1619-1981, Philip Foner, $32;

Optimism over Despair: On capitalism, empire, and social Change, $25;

Permaculture for the Rest of Us: Abundant living on less than an acre, Jenni Blackmore, $30;

Assassins Against the Old Order: Italian anarchist violence in Fin de Siecle  Europe, Nunzio Pericone & Fraser Ottanelli, $45;

D.I.Y. Resistance: 36 ways to fight back!, Anthony Alvarado, $23;

Feminisms in Motion: Voices for justice, liberation, and transformation, (eds) Jessica Hoffman & Daria Yudacufski, $30;

(new edn) Anarchism and Other Essays, Emma Goldman, $18;

Lightening Storm Mind, Max Cafard, $23;

To Dare Imagining: Rojava Revolution, (eds) Dilar Dirik et al, $24.

All the best to all our Jura friends, seeya soon.