Continuity and Rupture is the more rigorous and philosophical follow-up to J. Moufawad-Paul's The Communist Necessity, and what a follow-up it is! Where The Communist Necessity served as a prolegomena to any future radical theory, Continuity and Rupture expounds on many of the themes from the first book, including the need for a coherent and scientific approach to leftist theory. With fascist ideology seeing a... (read more)Recommended by Casey M.
For some time, there's been an unquestionable rift between environmental activists and class-centered leftists. While this rift certainly exists, is there any legitimate reason that it should? Ian Angus posits that not only are many of the issues between greens and reds born out of simple misunderstandings of each other's positions and histories, but also that both groups must work together if any feasible gains are to be made. Angus deftly and... (read more)Recommended by Casey M.