Welcome Visitor:

Lots of good reading new in Jura this week

Hi all,
here are the new book this week:
The Spanish Anarchists of Northern Australia: Revolution in the sugar cane fields, Robert Mason, $95;
Anarchism and Chinese Political Culture, Peter Zarrow, (H/B), $70;
The Will to Change: Men, masculinity, and love, bell hooks, $25;
Anarchism and Anarcho Sydicalism, Rudolf Rocker, $15 (abridged edn, new intro);
Five Years in the Warsaw Ghetto, Bernard Goldstein, $29;
Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice, Leah Lakshimi Piepzna, $27;
Turn the World Inside Out: The emergence of nurturance culture, Nora Samaran, $23;
Feminism for the 99%: A manifesto, Cinzia Arruzza, $20;
Make Rojava Green Again: Internationalist Commune of Rojava, (f/work) Bebbie Bookchin, $18;
Why I Write, George Orwell, $12;
Fumbling Towards Repair: A workbook for community accountability facilitators, Mariame Kaba, $53;
Commune: For a life worth living, #2 & 3, $27;
Towards Climate Justice: Perspectives on the Climate Crisis and Social Change, Brian Tokar, $30;
Perspectives: Anarcha Feminisms # 29, $22;
The Posthuman Dada Guide: Tzara & Lenin play chess, Andrei Codrescu, $33;
Decoding Chomsky: Science and Revolutionary Politics, Chris Knight, $28;
Communism for Kids, bini adamczak, $24;
Cocaine Death Squads and ht ewar on Terror: us imperialism and class struggle in Colombia, Oliver Billar & Drew Cottle, $36;
The Madhouse Effect: How climate change denial is threatening the planet Michael Mann, $37;
Sex, Violence and the Avante-garde: Anarchism in Interwar France, Richard Sonn, $46;
Jewish Radicals: A documentary history (ed) Tony Michels, $48;
(Back in Stock) Dark Emu, Bruce Pascoe, $20;
(Back in Stock) Young Dark Emu, Bruce Pascoe, $27
See you soon,