Radical feminist theory, people's history, labor & freedom struggles, multicultural
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AFRICA IN STRUGGLE, by Daniel Fogel. Africa's liberation movements and counter-movements — from initial resistance against European colonial invasion through the major political upheavals since the second world war. $12.
BREAK THEIR HAUGHTY POWER: JOE MURPHY IN THE HEYDAY OF THE WOBBLIES, by Eugene Nelson. Biographical novel about a roving young IWW organizer in the 1920s. $16.
ESTA PUENTE, MI ESPALDA, edited by Cherríe Moraga and Ana Castillo. Spanish translation and adaptation of This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color. Personal narratives, political essays, Latina feminist theory, poems (all in Spanish). $14.
JUNIPERO SERRA, THE VATICAN, & ENSLAVEMENT THEOLOGY, by Daniel Fogel. Critical biography of Junípero Serra and the Spanish Catholic missions in California, focusing on the missions' cultural impact on California Indians. $9.
LESBIAN ORIGINS, by Susan Cavin. Innovative lesbian feminist theory of women's oppression and women's liberation, based on cross-cultural data. $12.
LOVE AND POLITICS: RADICAL FEMINIST AND LESBIAN THEORIES, by Carol Anne Douglas. Critically surveys a broad range of radical and lesbian feminist theory from the 1960s through the 1980s. $12.
TAKE BACK YOUR POWER: A WORKING WOMAN'S RESPONSE TO SEXUAL HARASSMENT, by Jennifer Coburn. Practical guide to combating sexual harassment, based on the author's personal experience and that of 100 women she interviewed. $10.
REVOLUTION IN CENTRAL AMERICA, by Daniel Fogel. Political history of the revolutionary movements in El Salvador, Nicaragua and Guatemala — focusing on the Sandinista revolution and Salvadoran civil war. $6.