Radical books - Feminist writings - Socialist theory - Race liberation - Queer activism
AIDS HYSTERIA: A MARXIST ANALYSIS
by Stephen Durham and Susan Williams, M.D., 1986, $1.00 Exposes the systemic homophobia which has allowed AIDS to become a worldwide epidemic.
THE INDIAN-SANDINISTA WAR IN NICARAGUA
by Yolanda Alaniz, 1986, $1.00 Calls on Sandinistas -- and all revolutionaries -- to respect the sovereign rights of indigenous and small nations.
ON THE DIALECTICS OF U.S. "BACKWARDNESS"
by Clara Fraser, 1980, 25 cents A pithy rebuttal to the hackneyed argument that all U.S. workers -- regardless of race, sex or sexuality -- are super-privileged and conservative.
ON THE FRONTLINES OF LAVENDER LABOR HISTORY: THE FREEDOM SOCIALIST PARTY IN ACTION
by Su Docekal, 2001, 50 cents A capsule look at FSP's impressive work to bridge labor and the gay movement beginning in the early 1970s.
SHATTERED HOPES IN PALESTINE: WHICH WAY FORWARD FOR ARABS AND JEWS?
by Dr. Raya Fidel, 2000, 50 cents
Analyzes the Israeli/Palestinian conflict and possible solutions for peace.
A VICTORY FOR SOCIALIST FEMINISM $2.00
Organizer's Report to the 1969 Freedom Socialist Party Conference. Describes the crucial first two years of the FSP's existence and the party's defining split over feminism.
THE WAR ON THE DISABLED: ADDING INSULT TO INJURY
by Heidi Durham, 1982, $1.00 An injured worker examines capitalism's super-exploitation of the disabled and the rise of a militant movement for equal rights, access and respect
WHY WE LEFT THE SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY
by Kirk, Kaye, et al., 1966, 10 cents Outlines the basis of the Seattle branch's split away from the Socialist Workers Party to form the Freedom Socialist Party