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Latest titles from AK Press and elsewhere at Jura

Hi good people,

Here are the new titles from AK mostly, this week:

It is the Responsibility of Intellectuals to speak the truth and to expose lies, Noam Chomsky, (HB), $26;

Sea Girl: Feminist folktales from around the world, Ethel Johnston Phelps, $23;

Anarchism in Latin America, Angel Cappelletti, $32;

The Experiment of West Kurdistan: Feminism, anti sectarianism, and collectivism in the Syrian revolution, Zaher Baher, $7;

Radical Reproductive Justice: Foundations, theory, practice, critique, (ed) Loretta Ross et al, $45;

Lao Tzu Tao Te ching: A book about the way and the power of the way, (trans) Ursula K. Le Guin, $22;

The Zapatistas' Dignified Rage: Final public statements of subcommander Marcos, (ed) Nick Henck, $30;

Unsettling the Commons: Social movements within, against and beyond settler colonialism, Craig Fortier, $23;

The Crunk Feminist Collection, Brittney cooper, Susana Morris, Robin Boylorn, $38;

Loaded: A disarming history of the second amendment, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, $26;

Where do they go? Julia Alvarez, (HB), $26 [Kids book about dealing with loss and death in the family];

Optimism over Despair: On capitalism, empire, and social change, Noam Chomsky, $26;

F!$*@ing History of Swearing, Anna-Maria Klosse, $26;

I Couldn't Imagine that they would Kill us: A oral hisotryof the attachks against the students of Ayotzinapa, John Gibler, $26;

Anarchy Explained to my Father, Francio Dupuis-deri & Thomas Deri, $27;

2018 Justseeds Organizer (lg), $20;

2018 Justseeds Orgnaizer (am), $15.

Also, the (lg)Slingshot Organisers are at half price: ($9).

See you soon.