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ZINH008 Howard Zinn 1492-1992: The Legacy of Columbus 1991
BARD007 David Barsamian 14th Annual State of the World Address 2016
CHON098 Noam Chomsky 1994 Harvard Trade Union Program 1994
CHON104 Noam Chomsky 1994 Z Media Institute Seminar 1994
CHON119 Noam Chomsky 1995 Z Media Institute Seminar 1995
CHON128 Noam Chomsky 1996 Harvard Trade Union Program 1996
CHON132 Noam Chomsky 1996 Z Media Institute Seminar 1996
CHON225 Noam Chomsky 1998 Z Media Institute Seminar 1998
CHON150 Noam Chomsky 1999 Harvard Trade Union Program 1999
CHON-EHRB-DYSM001 Barbara Ehrenreich 1999 Socialist Scholars Conference 1999
CHON154 Noam Chomsky 2000 Harvard Trade Union Program 2000
CULT064 Alternative Radio 2000 Years of Chinese Poetry 1969
CHON161 Noam Chomsky 2000 Z Media Institue Seminar 2000
CHON164 Noam Chomsky 2001 Harvard Trade Union Program 2001
CHON165 Noam Chomsky 2001 Z Media Institute Seminar 2001
CHON184 Noam Chomsky 2004 MIT Interviews 2004
CHON216 Noam Chomsky 2012 Harvard Trade Union Program 2012
CHON227 Noam Chomsky 2014 Harvard Trade Union Program 2014
CHON239 Noam Chomsky 2015 Harvard Trade Union Program 2015
CHON247 Noam Chomsky 2016 Harvard Trade Union Program 2016
WOLR007-WOLR005-WOLR004-WOLR003 Richard Wolff 4 Hours With 'America's Most Prominent Marxist Economist' -
JHAS002 Sut Jhally 9/11 & the Uses of Fear 2003
LOCZ001 Zachary Lockman A Brief History of Zionism 2010
GALE002 Eduardo Galeano A Calendar of Human History 2013
JENR004 Robert Jensen A Call to Action 2013
CALH002 Helen Caldicott A Compassionate Society 1991
COHJ001 Jeff Cohen A Critique of Nightline, MacNeil/Lehrer and NPR 1990
CHON-STOJ001 Noam Chomsky, John Stockwell A Critique of the Christic Institute Case 1989
COBD001 David Cobb A Declaration to Amend 2012
HAYT003 Tom Hayden A Global Warning 2015
CHON197 Noam Chomsky A Good Education 2006
CHON172 Noam Chomsky A Journalist From Mars 2002
BLAR001 Ruben Blades A Latino Response to Cultural Cleansing 1995
MENR002 Rigoberta Menchu A Message for Humanity 1992
CHON-LING004 Noam Chomsky A Naturalist Approach to Language and Cognition 1977
ALPG002 Gar Alperovitz A New Economic Paradigm 2012
KORD008 David Korten A New Story 2015
SAIE022 Edward Said A One State Solution 1999
SAIE028 Edward Said A Palestinian Perspective on the Conflict with Israel 2002
ZIRD003 Dave Zirin A People's History of Sports in the U.S. 2008
ZINH013 Howard Zinn A People's History of the United States 1995
EHRB007 Barbara Ehrenreich A Progressive Vision for Social Change 1995
SUZD003 David Suzuki A Radical Environmental Paradigm 2012
SHMU001 Muhammed Aziz Shukri A Syrian View of the Middle East 2003
SAIE020 Edward Said A Tribute to Eqbal Ahmad 1997
ZINH035 Howard Zinn A World Without Borders 2005
ROYA001 Arundhati Roy A Writer's Place in Politics 2001
CULT017 Debu Chaudhuri Abhinandan 75 2010
DAVA011 Angela Davis Abolition Democracy 2005
CHON038 Noam Chomsky Activism and the Media 1989
LADW006 Winona LaDuke Activism On & Off the Reservation 1998
CHON143 Noam Chomsky Activist Victories 1998
JHAS003 Sut Jhally Advertising and the End of the World 2002
DUPL002 Louis Dupree Afghanistan 1984
RASA002 Ahmed Rashid Afghanistan & Pakistan: Countries in Crisis 2004
DUPL001 Louis Dupree Afghanistan 1985 1985
ZEHN001 Nasim Zehra Afghanistan, bin Laden, and the Taliban 2001
RASA-ABRE001 Ahmed Rashid, Ervand Abrahamian Afghanistan, Pakistan & Iran 2006
KELK002 Kathy Kelly Afghanistan: Beyond the Propaganda 2014
SOLN005 Norman Solomon Afghanistan: Endless War 2009
INGJ-KOLS001 James Ingalls, Sonali Kolhatkar Afghanistan: War & Occupation 2006
MAZA003 Ali Mazrui Africa: Myths & Realities 1994
DAVA002 Angela Davis African American Women in the Twenty-First Century 1989
MAZA001 Ali Mazrui Afrocentricity & Multiculturalism 1992
ZINH038 Howard Zinn Against Discouragement 2009
ZINH044 Howard Zinn Against War 03-17-2006
HIGJ005 Jim Hightower Agitation: The Essence of Democracy 2005
COLC001 Chuck Collins Aid to Dependent Corporations 1995
STAR001 Jerry Starr Air Wars: Reclaiming Public Broadcasting 2000
ZINH034 Howard Zinn Air-Brushing History 2004
ATWA001 Abdel Bari Atwan Al-Qa'ida 2007
CULT050 Allen Ginsberg Allen Ginsberg and Friends 1988
DALD001-HAVA001-CHON251-NADR018-FRAT005 Alternative Radio Alternative Election Coverage
XMAL002 Malcolm X America's Race Problem 1963
ARNA-JAJA001 Anthony Arnove, Janine Jackson American Empire & Corporate Media 2003
HEDC002 Chris Hedges American Fascists: The Radical Christian Right 2007
FALR001 Richard Falk American Imperialism in the Middle East 2003
CHEI001 Ira Chernus American Jews & Israel 1997
IVIM002 Molly Ivins American Political Culture & Other Jokes 1994
PHIK002 Kevin Phillips American Theocracy 2006
CULT055 Amiri Baraka Amiri Baraka interview with David Barsamian 1984
CULT056 Amiri Baraka Amiri Baraka Reading 1984
DORA002 Ariel Dorfman An Evening of Literature & Politics 1990
HOFA001 Abbie Hoffman An Evening With Abbie Hoffman 1988
ZINH-TERS001 Howard Zinn, Studs Terkel An Evening with Zinn & Terkel 1998
LADW003 Winona LaDuke An Indigenous View of North America 1995
CHON141 Noam Chomsky An Inquiry into Global Capitalism 1997
CHON122 Noam Chomsky Anarchy: Cooperation without Restraints 1976
CARD001 David Carrasco Ancient Meso-America 1984
CULT007 Various Angel and Isabel Parra in concert 1985
NIBD001 David Nibert Animal Industrial Complex 2013
CASJ001 Jorge Castaneda Another NAFTA: What a Good Agreement Should Offer 1993
CHON186 Noam Chomsky Another World is Possible 2005
SALS001 Steven Salaita Anti-Arab Racism 2008
DAVA-ETAL001 Various Anti-Communism and the Evolution of the Women's Movement 1988
BERC005 Chip Berlet Apocalypse Now: Christian Fundamentalism 2006
LIFR001 Robert Jay Lifton Apocalyptic Violence 2004
KHOR005 Rami Khouri Arab Jails & American Jets 2016
CHON210 Noam Chomsky Arab Revolts 2011
BAAR001 Araxie Barsamian Araxie, Armenia, 1915 1986
PALG002 Greg Palast Armed Madhouse 2006
HOVR001 Richard Hovannisian Armenia in Crisis 1993
KHAR003 Rashid Khalidi Armenia, Kurdistan & Palestine: Unhealed Wounds 2014
ALPG-HAGM002 Gar Alperovitz, Michael Hagopian Armenia: The Forgotten Genocide -
ARSP009 Michael Hagopian Armenian Genocide 1969
BALP003 Peter Balakian Armenian Golgotha 2009
ARSP006 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Araxie & David Barsamian 1977
ARSP008 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Araxie Barsamian & Anahid Katchian 1980
ARSP002 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Kevork Garabedian 1976
ARSP004 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Navasart Deirmenjian 1980
ARSP007 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Paul Bedrosian 1992
ARSP005 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Victoria Mellian 1987
ARSP003 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project - Zgon Der Hagopian 1977
ARSP001 Armenian Survivors Project Armenian Survivors Project – Sarkis Hagopian 1976
ZINH025 Howard Zinn Artists in a Time of War 2001
KAYJ001 Jane Holtz Kay Asphalt Nation: The Paving of America 2000
CHON163 Noam Chomsky At Columbia Journalism School 2000
CHON199 Noam Chomsky At Riverside Church 2009
SAIE029 Edward Said At the Rendezvous of Victory 2003
CHON187 Noam Chomsky At West Point 2006
POLK-ETAL001 Katha Pollitt, Peter Berkowitz, Rashid Khalidi, Raymond Tanter Attack Iraq: A Debate 2003
SEGM001 Mab Segrest Backlash: Community or Chaos in the Twenty-First Century 1994
PRIN001 Nomi Prins Bailouts, Banks and Pyramids 2009
WOLR010 Richard Wolff Bailouts, Greece & Capitalism 2015
TODO002 Various Baker's Dozen Environmental Programs Package -
BLAW001 William Black Banks, Fraud & Looting 2011
GUPA001 Arun Gupta Banksta Capitalism 2009
BARD005 David Barsamian Barsamian/Kronos Quartet in Concert 2014
COCA001 Alexander Cockburn Beat the Devil 1987
JAYS001 Saru Jayaraman Behind the Kitchen Door 2013
AHMN001 Nafeez Mossadeq Ahmed Behind the War on Terror 2004
SHAA001 Amal Shamma Beirut: 1982 1982
SUZD001 David Suzuki Betraying Nature 2009
MARM007 Manning Marable Beyond Black & White: Rethinking Race 1995
ALPG003 Gar Alperovitz Beyond Capitalism 2012
HERE003 Edward Herman Beyond Hypocrisy: Decoding the News 1993
GUPA004 Arun Gupta Beyond Occupy 2012
NADR005 Ralph Nader Beyond Politics as Usual 1996
HAHR001 Robin Hahnel Beyond Seattle: What Is To Be Done 1999
GAGB001 Bruce Gagnon Beyond Star Wars: The Militarization of Space 2001
CHON029 Noam Chomsky Beyond the Reagan Era 1988
MELS003 Seymour Melman Beyond the War Economy 1991
KINM003 Martin Luther King Jr. Beyond Vietnam 1967
CHUW006 Ward Churchill Big Brother Is Watching 2001
SHIV002 Vandana Shiva Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature & Knowledge 1997
WESC003 Cornel West Black Empowerment 1997
TURK002 Kwame Ture Black History 1992
TAYK002 Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor Black Lives Matter 2016
TURK001 Kwame Ture Black Nationalism 1990
DAVA004 Angela Davis Black Women in the Academy: Defending Our Name 1994
SCAJ001 Jeremy Scahill Blackwater: Mercenary Army 2007
JOHC001 Chalmers Johnson Blowback: Impacts of the New Militarism 2004
FLAL003 Laura Flanders Blue Grit 2007
MAMI001 Mike Marqusee Bob Dylan: Chimes of Freedom 2004
NAGW001 Winston Nagan Bosnia: A Question of Genocide 1994
ROYA011 Arundhati Roy Brave New India: Uprisings 2007
SILK001 Ken Silverstein Brazil: Economic Miracle or Disaster? 1993
MCKB007 Bill McKibben Breaking Away from Fossil Fuels 2016
NJEN001 Njoki Njehu Breaking the Chains of Debt: Jubilee 2000 2000
GOOA004 Amy Goodman Breaking the Sound Barrier 2006
GARS002 Sender Garlin Brecht/HUAC early 90s
GOOA005 Amy Goodman Bridging the Media Gaps 2009
ZINH021 Howard Zinn Bringing Democracy Alive 1998
VAIU002 Urvashi Vaid Building Coalitions: Bridging Difference 1997
MARM002 Manning Marable Building Multicultural Democracy: Breaking the Barriers of Race, Gender and Class 1991
FUEC003 Carlos Fuentes Buried Mirror: Spain and the New World 1992
ALIT002 Tariq Ali Bush in Babylon 2003
IVIM006 Molly Ivins Bushwhacked 2003
FLAL002 Laura Flanders Bushwomen 2005
MARM004 Manning Marable By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X 1992
COHJ007 Jeff Cohen Cable News Confidential 2006
CHON017 Noam Chomsky Cambodia 1979
ZINH027 Howard Zinn Can the System be Fixed? 2002
BRIS001 Stephen Bright Capital Punishment, Capital Crime? 2002
CHON125 Noam Chomsky Capital Rules 1995
BEZS005 Stephen Bezruchka Capitalism and Health 2009
WILC001 Chris Williams Capitalism and the Environment 2010
WOLR003 Richard Wolff Capitalism Hits the Fan 2011
MCCR011 Robert McChesney Capitalism in the Age of Digital Technology 2015
KLEN005 Naomi Klein Capitalism vs. the Climate 2014
ROYA016 Arundhati Roy Capitalism: A Ghost Story 2012
WOLR011 Richard Wolff Capitalism: Fantasies & Realities 2015
HEDC008 Chris Hedges Captain Ahab & U.S. Empire 2014
BERB001 Barbara Bernstein Carefully Taught: Clashing Values in the Classroom -
WOLR001 Richard Wolff Casino Capitalism 2008
GROR003 Richard Grossman Challenging Corporate Power 1998
BENP001 Phyllis Bennis Challenging Empire: U.S Middle East Policy 2007
COHJ008 Jeff Cohen Challenging the Bias 1988
NADR011 Ralph Nader Challenging the Duopoly 2000
CHON214 Noam Chomsky Changing Contours of Global Order 2011
SUNN001 Nandini Sundar Chhattisgarh: The Future of India? 2009
JORJ002 June Jordan Childhood Memories, Poetry & Palestine 2000
GONF001 Francisco Gonzales Chile: State of Siege 1984
CHAS001 Samuel Chavkin Chile: The Allende Years 1970-1973 1985
CHON245 Noam Chomsky Chomsky 87th Birthday Interview 2015
CHON170 Noam Chomsky Chomsky in India 2001
CHON147 Noam Chomsky Chomsky in New Zealand 1998
CHON171 Noam Chomsky Chomsky in Pakistan 2001
CHON047 Noam Chomsky Chomsky Meets the Press 1989
CHON246-CHON248-CHON250 Noam Chomsky Chomsky Triple Header -
ZINH-COCA-SCHB-ETAL001 Various Choosing the News: Who Sets the Agenda? 1988
ROEP001 Philip Roettinger CIA Coup in Guatemala 1990
MCCA-ETAL001 Alfred McCoy CIA Covert Actions & Drug Trafficking 1997
SCHB001 Bill Schaap CIA Covert Operations 1988
WEBG001 Gary Webb CIA Crack Cocaine Connection 1999
STOJ-ETAL001 John Stockwell CIA Panel Discussion with Stockwell et al 1987
STOJ002 John Stockwell CIA Secret Wars 1988
COCA012 Alexander Cockburn CIA, Drugs & the Media 1998
STOJ008 John Stockwell CIA: Age of Glasnost 1989
MCGR001 Ralph McGehee CIA: Deadly Deceits 1986
NADR007 Ralph Nader Citizen Nader 1996
DANK001 Kevin Danaher Citizen Power 1997
BOPJ-COBD001 James Bopp, David Cobb Citizens United Debate 2014
BONJ001 Julian Bond Civil Rights Under Attack 2003
CHON230 Noam Chomsky Civil Society in India and the US 1996
SAIE018 Edward Said Clash of Civilizations 1997
CHON115 Noam Chomsky Class War: The Attack on Working People 1995
CHON082 Noam Chomsky Class, etc. 1993
MARM005 Manning Marable Class, Race, Personal History, etc. 1993
BRUM001 Michael Brune Clean Energy Victories 2014
MCKB004 Bill McKibben Climate Change: Tipping Point 2009
PARC002 Christian Parenti Climate Crisis 2015
TOKB001 Brian Tokar Climate Justice 2011
DYEG001 Gwynne Dyer Climate Wars 2010
MARJ001 Jonathan Marshall Cocaine Politics 1991
EVAJ001 Jodie Evans Code Pink: Stories from the Anti-War Movement 2005
CHON175 Noam Chomsky Collateral Language: War & Propaganda 2003
CIEP004 Paul Cienfuegos Community Rights 2013
PERJ001 John Perkins Confessions of an Economic Hit Man 2005
ROYA005 Arundhati Roy Confronting Empire 2003
ZINH030 Howard Zinn Confronting Government Lies 2003
FRAT002 Thomas Frank Conservatism: Making Government Fail 2009
BERC001 Chip Berlet Conspiracy Theories: The Right Woos the Left 1991
MCKB002 Bill McKibben Consumerism & Global Climate Change 2000
CHON106 Noam Chomsky Containing the Crisis at Home and Abroad 1994
STES002 Sandra Steingraber Contamination Without Consent 2014
IVIM-SCOP-ETAL001 Molly Ivins, Peter Dale Scott Contragate & the Mainstream Press 1988
PARM027 Michael Parenti Contrary Notions 2008
CHON072 Noam Chomsky Controlling the Public Mind 1992
CHON028 Noam Chomsky Conversations with Chomsky -
MELS002 Seymour Melman Conversion from a War Economy 1989
SHAL001 Al Sharpton Coretta & Martin, Katrina & Bush 2006
DANK002 Kevin Danaher Corporate Accounting vs. Corporate Accountability 1999
SCHH002 Herbert Schiller Corporate Control of Information 1993
HEDC007 Chris Hedges Corporate Coup d'Etat 2012
NADR015 Ralph Nader Corporate Crime Wave 2002
BARM-LINC001 Maude Barlow, Chee Yoke Ling Corporate Designed Food 2000
MCCR003 Robert McChesney Corporate Media & the Threat to Democracy 1998
NADR003 Ralph Nader Corporate Power: Profits Before People 1994
DERC001 Charles Derber Corporation Nation 1999
CIEP001 Paul Cienfuegos Corporations vs. People 2010
LINT001 Thomas Linzey Corporations, Communities & the Environment 2013
CHON223 Noam Chomsky Corporatization of the University 2013
TAIM001 Matt Taibbi Corruption: From Russia to Wall Street 2010
PARM016 Michael Parenti Costs of Empire 1995
CULT054 Allen Ginsberg Counter-Poetics and Oppositional Action 1992
MOKA001 Albert Mokhiber Countering the Arab Stereotypes 1992
ALIT003 Tariq Ali Cracks in the Empire 2003
NADR014 Ralph Nader Crashing the Party 2002
BERE002 Elaine Bernard Creating a New Party: Learning from Canada 1993
SANB001 Bernie Sanders Creating a New Political Agenda 1991
CHON079 Noam Chomsky Creation & Culture 1992
CHON076 Noam Chomsky Creeping Fascism 1992
MOKR001 Russell Mokhiber Crime in the Suites 1995
CHON093 Noam Chomsky Crime, Gun Control, etc. 1993
ZINH033 Howard Zinn Critical Thinking 2004
AVIT001 Tony Avirgan Critique of Danny Sheehan; NPR; and Costa Rica 1993
STOJ005 John Stockwell Critique of JFK and the Kennedy Myth 1992
CHON016 Noam Chomsky Critique of Kissinger 1975
ERLR002 Reese Erlich Cuba & the U.S.: A New Beginning 2015
FRAJ001 Jane Franklin Cuba: Past, Present and Future 1993
BARA001 Amiri Baraka Cultural Revolution 1992
SAIE012 Edward Said Culture & Imperialism 1993
BARA006 Amiri Baraka Culture, Language, Media & Meaning 2006
BEZS003 Stephen Bezruchka Damaged Care 2006
BERM001 Morris Berman Dark Ages in the U.S. 2011
JAMD001 Dahr Jamail Dateline: Baghdad 2005
FISR001 Robert Fisk Dateline: Beirut 2005
BUKP001 Parvaiz Bukhari Dateline: Kashmir 2011
KHOR002 Rami Khouri Dateline: Middle East 2009
VARS001 Siddharth Varadarajan Dateline: New Delhi 2006
TALN001 Nader Talebzadeh Dateline: Tehran 2007
COHM001 Marjorie Cohn Death from Above: Drones 2015
HEDC004 Chris Hedges Death of the Liberal Class 2010
PREH001 Sister Helen Prejean Death Row: Into the Belly of the Beast 1998
KLEN003 Naomi Klein Debacle In Iraq 2004
CHON-DERA001 Noam Chomsky, Alan Dershowitz Debate on Israel/Palestine 2005
ZINH-JAJE001 Howard Zinn, Jeff Jacoby Debate on Just War 2004
ZINH-HAAR001 Howard Zinn, Richard Haass Debate on the CIA 1990
CHON-PERR001 Noam Chomsky, Richard Perle Debate on U.S. Foreign Policy 1988
DAWK003 Kristin Dawkins Debate with Keith Maskus on NAFTA 1993
BERC004 Chip Berlet Debunking Conspiracy Theories 2004
CHON011 Noam Chomsky Deciphering Foreign Policy 1985
CHON231 Noam Chomsky Decoding U.S. Propaganda 2014
MCKB003 Bill McKibben Deep Economy 2007
ALIT005 Tariq Ali Delusions of Empire 2005
CHON108 Noam Chomsky Democracy & Education 1994
SHIV008 Vandana Shiva Democracy & the Global Economy 2002
CHON129 Noam Chomsky Democracy & the Right to Know 1995
CHON181 Noam Chomsky Democracy & U.S. Foreign Policy 2005
WOLR007 Richard Wolff Democracy at Work 2012
GOOA002 Amy Goodman Democracy Now! 2000
ZINH003 Howard Zinn Democracy, Dissent and Disobedience 1988
MARM008 Manning Marable Democratic Values and Economic Inequality 1998
DANK003 Kevin Danaher Democratizing the Global Economy 2000
BROE001 Elaine Brown Demonizing Race 2002
CALH008 Helen Caldicott Desperate Passions and Direct Actions 2001
CHON078 Noam Chomsky Deterring Democracy 1992
KHAM001 Mansour Khalid Development and the Environment 1993
BREM001 Marc Breslow Devolution: Right-Wing Economics 1996
ROBJ001 John Robbins Diet for a New America 1997
SCHI001 Dan Schiller Digital Capitalism 1998
MARA001 Ann Markusen Dismantling the Cold War Economy 1992
NADR001 Ralph Nader Dissolving Plutocracy 1992
AHME007 Eqbal Ahmad Distorted Histories 1998
EHRP001 Paul Ehrlich Distress Signals from Earth 2014
EVAJ002 Jodie Evans Disturbing Power the CODEPINK Way 2011
MCCR-NICJ001 Robert McChesney, John Nichols Dollarocracy 2013
HERA001 Anthony Herbert Dominican Republic: 1965 1969
KHOR001 Rami Khouri Double Standards: U.S. Middle East Policy 2007
MOOM001 Michael Moore Downsize This! 1996
DYSM003 Michael Eric Dyson Dr. King and the American Dream 2008
HIXL001 Lex Hixon Dreams & Sufism 1989
BENM004 Medea Benjamin Drone Warfare 2012
SCOP002 Peter Dale Scott Drug Trafficking, Drug Wars & the CIA 2000
BEZS006 Stephen Bezruchka Dying Younger Than We Should 2010
SHIV009 Vandana Shiva Earth Democracy 2003
MCKB005 Bill McKibben Earth to Humans: Enough Already 2010
RAMJ001 Jose Ramos-Horta East Timor, Indonesia and the United States 1997
NAIA002 Allan Nairn East Timor: A Case of Genocide 1994
WILC003 Chris Williams Eco-Socialism 2016
MORD001 David Morris Ecocrisis 1988
WILC002 Chris Williams Ecology & Socialism 2012
LEVR001 Richard Levins Ecology of Capitalism 1999
GUPA003 Arun Gupta Economic Crisis and the Tea Party 2011
COLC002 Chuck Collins Economic Inequality: The Growing Divide 1997
ZINH022 Howard Zinn Economic Justice 1998
MALJ001 Julianne Malveaux Economic Justice: Dr. King's Legacy 1994
KLEN002 Naomi Klein Economic Warfare: From Argentina to Iraq 2003
HEND001 Doug Henwood Economy Up, People Down 1995
FOSJ001 John Bellamy Foster Economy, Ecology & Empire 2009
COCA005 Alexander Cockburn Editing Reality 1989
COCA002 Alexander Cockburn Editing the World 1988
JONB001 Brian Jones Education: Separate and Unequal 2012
KOZJ003 Jonathan Kozol Education: The Shame of the Nation 2005
GUIL002 Lani Guinier Educational Opportunity & Democracy 1998
CHON204 Noam Chomsky Edward Said and Resisting Imperialism 2010
HOVN003 Nubar Hovsepian Edward Said: Public Intellectual 2010
SAAN002 Nawal El Saadawi Egypt & Women 1997
FADM001 Mohammad Fadel Egypt in Crisis 2013
IBRS001 Saad Eddin Ibrahim Egypt: Democracy or Dictatorship? 2005
ELMM001 Mohamad Elmasry Egypt: From Pharaoh to Pharaoh 2014
HIGJ004 Jim Hightower Election 2000: A Space Odyssey 1999
CHON251 Noam Chomsky Elections & Voting 2016
ELMM002 Mohamad Elmasry Eliminating the Muslim Brotherhood 2014
ZINH026 Howard Zinn Emma Goldman, Anarchism & War Resistance 2002
ZINH010 Howard Zinn Emma Goldman: A Dangerous Woman 1993
HEDC005 Chris Hedges Empire Abroad, Tyranny at Home 2011
SAIE005 Edward Said Empire and Literature 1990
HEDC003 Chris Hedges Empire of Illusion 2009
MUZC001 Chandra Muzaffar Empire, Globalization & Religion 2003
ALIT004 Tariq Ali Enablers of Empire 2004
TRES001 Sanho Tree End the Drug War 2013
CIEP003 Paul Cienfuegos Ending Corporate Rule 2012
COLC-YESF001 Chuck Collins, Felice Yeskel Ending Corporate Welfare 1996
HEIR002 Richard Heinberg Endless Consumption: The Party's Over 2008
LOVA001 Amory Lovins Energy Efficiency 1990
SORD003 Daniel Schorr Energy, Environment and the Media 1991
MCAJ001 Jane McAlevey Environmental Destruction & U.S. Policy 1992
BULR001 Robert Bullard Environmental Racism 1992
TRAH001 Haunani-Kay Trask Environmental Racism in Hawaii and the Pacific Basin 1993
CHON-ETAL001 Noam Chomsky Eqbal Ahmad: Legacy of Resistance 2006
CHON-LEVH-LEVF001 Noam Chomsky Examining U.S. Iran Policy 2013
CHON133 Noam Chomsky Expanding the Floor of the Cage 1996
HEDC010 Chris Hedges Extraction Industries & Sexploitation 2015
CHON185 Noam Chomsky Facts Matter: The War on Terror 2006
SEKO001 Osagyefo Sekou Faith, Ferguson & Nonviolent Resistance 2015
BERD001 Daniel Berrigan Faithful Peacemaking in a War-Making State 2003
SOLN001 Norman Solomon False Hope: The Politics of Clinton 1994
GREJ001 Janet Green Famine in Somalia 1992
KINM002 Martin Luther King Jr. Famous Speeches & Sermons -
CHUW004 Ward Churchill Fascism, the FBI & Native Americans: Historical & Current Perspectives 1995
PARM017 Michael Parenti Fascism: The False Revolution 1995
SCHE001 Eric Schlosser Fast Food Nation 2004
EHRB003 Barbara Ehrenreich Feminism in the '90s 1993
CHON-LING016 Noam Chomsky Fifty Years of Linguistics at MIT 2013
BOJO002 John Bonifaz Fighting Corporate Personhood 2011
SHIV012 Vandana Shiva Food Justice 2008
SHIV017 Vandana Shiva Food Security & GMOs 2013
HOLE001 Eric Holt Gimenez Food Sovereignty 2009
ROBP001 Paul Roberts Food System in Danger 2009
MEAR003 Russell Means For the World to Live Columbus Must Die 1992
CHON059 Noam Chomsky Force or Opinion 1991
IVIM001 Molly Ivins Force, Fraud and Favors: Politics in America 1992
MADP001 Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela Forgiving the Unforgivable 2015
GREW002 William Greider Fortress America: The Military Industrial Complex 1998
LARR001 Rob Larson Fossil Fuelishness 2015
STES001 Sandra Steingraber Fracking and Public Health 2013
RHOJ001 Jane Rhodes Framing the Black Panthers 2009
LAKG001 George Lakoff Framing The Debate: Politics & Language 2005
LAPM-BAIB001 Marc Lappe, Britt Bailey Frankenfood: Genetically Altered Cuisine 1999
SCHR002 Robert Scheer Free Thought & Self-Censorship 2015
TSUT001 Tenzin Tsundue Free Tibet 2009
MORD002 David Morris Free Trade: NAFTA and GATT 1993
JORJ001 June Jordan Freedom in the U.S.A. 1993
STIJ003 Joseph Stiglitz Freefall: The Economic Crash 2010
HERS003 Seymour Hersh From 9/11 to Abu Ghraib 2004
BENM002 Medea Benjamin From Afghanistan to Iraq: The Bush Wars 2003
AHME005 Eqbal Ahmad From Bandung to Mexico: The Decline of the Third World 1995
TAYK001 Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor From Black Power to the New Jim Crow 2012
KORD003 David Korten From Corporate Rule to Civil Society 2001
ABUM001 Mumia Abu-Jamal From Death Row 1996
KORD005 David Korten From Empire to Earth Community 2006
LADW001 Winona LaDuke From Genocide to Resistance: The Next Five Hundred Years 1992
BEZS002 Stephen Bezruchka From the Womb to the Tomb 2005
DAWK002 Kristin Dawkins G-7/GATT/NAFTA 1993
ROYA020 Arundhati Roy Gandhi & Caste 2014
JAHR001 Ramin Jahanbegloo Gandhi, Nonviolence & Iran 2013
KUMH001 Himanshu Kumar Gandhian Activism 2011
GANA001 Arun Gandhi Gandhian Civil Disobedience & Nonviolence 2006
NADR002 Ralph Nader GATT: Global Corporation 1994
GUNH001 Herbert Gunther GATT: The Hidden Agenda 1992
ALWE001 Edward Alwood Gay People, Straight News 2002
FINN001 Norman Finkelstein Gaza Massacre 2010
DAWK004 Kristin Dawkins Gene Wars: The Politics of Biotechnology 1998
CHON-LING019 Noam Chomsky Generative Grammar 2013
RIFJ001 Jeremy Rifkin Genetic Engineering 2000
BALP004 Peter Balakian Genocide & Modernity 2012
CHAI001 Israel Charny Genocide Denial 1999
POWS001 Samantha Power Genocide: A Problem from Hell 2002
CHUW003 Ward Churchill Genocide: The Case of Native America 1995
DALD001 David Daley Gerrymandering: Tilting Elections 2016
MOOM004 Michael Moore Get Up, Stand Up 2012
KHAH001 Hafeez Ahmed Khan Ghazal: Urdu Poetry 1974
JAMD003 Dahr Jamail GI Resistance 2009
RAMM001 Max Rameau Gimme Shelter: The Housing Crisis 2012
MAZA002 Ali Mazrui Global Apartheid: Race & Religion in the New World Order 1994
CAVJ001 John Cavanagh Global Dreams: Imperial Corporations 1994
CAVJ002 John Cavanagh Global Economic Apartheid 1996
DANK004 Kevin Danaher Global Health or Global Wealth? 2003
GELR001 Ross Gelbspan Global Warming: The Heat is On 1998
PARM023 Michael Parenti Globalization & Imperialism 2001
STIJ001 Joseph Stiglitz Globalization & Its Discontents 2002
ROYA003 Arundhati Roy Globalization and Terrorism 2002
SHIV006 Vandana Shiva Globalization, Women and Agriculture 2000
CHON153 Noam Chomsky Globalization: The New Face of Capitalism 1999
KEND002 Danny Kennedy Gold Mining: Environmental Destruction 2000
CHUW002 Ward Churchill Government Repression of the American Indian Movement 1991
CULT016 Begum Akhtar Greatest Ghazals - Live! 1973
BIAJ-BENM-MARM001 Jello Biafra, Medea Benjamin, Manning Marable Green Party Politics 2000
MENR001 Rigoberta Menchu Guatemala Eyewitness 1992
SCST001 Stephen Schlesinger Guatemala: 1954 1982
HARJ001 Jennifer Harbury Guatemala: Bridge of Courage 1994
CHON054 Noam Chomsky Gulf Crisis 1990
SAIE006 Edward Said Gulf War Aftermath: The Tasks Ahead 1991
BARD003 David Barsamian Gunning for Iran 2012
MACD-WOLL001 David MacMichael, Louis Wolf Guns, Drugs and the CIA 1990
ARIJ001 Jean-Bertrand Aristide Haiti and Freedom 1993
FARP001 Paul Farmer Haiti: U.S. Intervention and the Struggle for Democracy 1994
CHON096 Noam Chomsky Haiti: U.S. Policy 1993
ZINH045 Howard Zinn Harvard Trade Union Program 2008
GONJ001 Juan Gonzalez Harvest of Empire 2000
BEZS001 Stephen Bezruchka Health & Wealth 2003
CHON101 Noam Chomsky Health Care 1994
BESZ007-BESZ008 Stephen Bezruchka Health Care Inequalities -
WOOS002 Steffie Woolhandler Health Care Reform 2009
TALL001 Leeann Tallbear Hear Me, Don't Just See Me: An Indigenous View of Columbus 1991
CHON243 Noam Chomsky Hegemony or Survival 2004
FRAT004 Thomas Frank Hey Liberal, Listen Up 2016
SAAA001 Amal Saad-Ghorayeb Hezbollah 2007
QASN001 Naim Qassim Hezbollah 2005
WARM001 Marilyn Waring Hidden Economic Indicators 1998
DYSM002 Michael Eric Dyson Hip Hop Culture & the Legacy of Tupac Shakur 2004
CALH009 Helen Caldicott Hiroshima to Fukushima 2011
ALPG001 Gar Alperovitz Hiroshima: New Facts & Old Myths 1994
CULT067 Debu Chaudhuri His Master's Voice 1969
SAIE014 Edward Said Historical Experiences with Multiculturalism 1993
CHON116 Noam Chomsky History & Memory 1995
PARM021 Michael Parenti History as Mystery 2000
HITC001 Christopher Hitchens History Is Not Over 1992
ZINH031 Howard Zinn History Matters 2004
MCCA003 Alfred McCoy History of the Southeast Asia Drug Trade 1992
BEIJ002 Joel Beinin History of U.S. Mideast Policy: Motives and Consequences 1991
CULT015 Various Hollywood, History & JFK 1992
SCHP001 Phoebe Schellenberg Home Economics: The Sweat Off Her Brow 1999
BARA008-BARA007 Amiri Baraka Honoring Amiri Baraka 1934-2014 -
DELD001 Dave Dellinger Hope for the '90s 1993
CHON140 Noam Chomsky Hope Springs Eternal 1997
CULT005 Various Horizontes 1982
DUMD001 Dianne Dumanoski Hormonal Havoc: Your Body and the Chemical Experiment 2000
GLAA001 Aaron Glantz How America Lost Iraq -
PARM025 Michael Parenti How I Became An Activist 2003
ZINH014 Howard Zinn How Social Change Happens 1996
JHAS004 Sut Jhally How TV Exploits its Audience 2007
GORL001 Linda Gordon How Welfare Became a Dirty Word 1997
CHON209 Noam Chomsky Human Intelligence & the Environment 2010
CHON102 Noam Chomsky Human Rights & the U.S. 1994
ROTK001 Kenneth Roth Human Rights & the War on Terrorism 2004
SIVS001 Satya Sivaraman Human Rights in India: Binayak Sen 2008
FALR002 Richard Falk Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories 2014
MOOM002 Michael Moore Humor & Progressive Politics 1996
ZINH039 Howard Zinn I Am a Trade Unionist 2009
BARD002 David Barsamian I Have a Drone 2013
ZINH040 Howard Zinn I Was a Pushcart Peddler, Ph.D. 2001
SCHH-ETAL001 Herbert Schiller Ideology of Communications 1988
FRAT003 Thomas Frank Ideology Over Reality 2012
THOC001 Clayton Thomas-Muller Idle No More 2013
CALH004 Helen Caldicott If You Love This Planet 1993
SKAA001 Antonio Skarmeta Imagining the Past/Remembering the Future 1989
NJEN002 Njoki Njehu IMF & World Bank: Structural Maladjusters 2000
CHOA001 Avi Chomsky Immigration & the New Illegality 2015
CHON211 Noam Chomsky Imperial Dangers: Then & Now 2011
ROYA004 Arundhati Roy Imperial Democracy 2003
ALIT006 Tariq Ali Imperial Hubris 2005
GALG002 George Galloway Imperialism & the New World Order 2005
PILJ003 John Pilger Imperialism in the Age of Obama 2009
PARM007 Michael Parenti Imperialism, Drugs & Social Control 1990
PILJ001 John Pilger Imperialism, War, and Journalism 2002
ALIT001 Tariq Ali Imperialism: Then & Now 2003
KUMD002 Deepa Kumar Imperialist Feminism 2015
VONK001 Kurt Vonnegut In Conversation 2003
ROYA-ZINH001 Arundhati Roy, Howard Zinn In Conversation 2002
POLM002 Michael Pollan In Defense of Food 2009
BERE006 Elaine Bernard In Defense of Government 2004
MOYB003 Bill Moyers In Defense of Public Broadcasting 2005
FORD001 Dave Foreman In Defense of the Wild 1997
CULT018 Begum Akhtar In Pakistan -
BEZS008 Stephen Bezruchka In Sickness & in Wealth 2016
ALEM001 Michelle Alexander Incarceration Nation 2012
COLC003 Chuck Collins Income Inequality 2012
GOOA003 Amy Goodman Independent Media in a Time of War 2003
MISP001 Pankaj Mishra India & Kashmir: Breaking the Silence 2013
SAIP001 P Sainath India & Market Fundamentalism 2001
AHME003 Eqbal Ahmad India, Pakistan, Afghanistan 1993
BIDP001 Praful Bidwai India: A Million Mutinies 2008
KAKS002 Sanjay Kak India: David vs. Goliath 2013
ROYA013 Arundhati Roy India: Field Notes on Democracy 2010
SHIV011 Vandana Shiva India: States of Resistance 2007
ROYA017 Arundhati Roy India: The World's Largest Democracy 2011
TRUJ-POET002 John Trudell Indian Realities: Poetry and Viewpoints 1992
SCHH001 Herbert Schiller Information Inequality 1998
JUNM001 Mohamad Junaid Inside Kashmir 2011
HADB001 Bassam Haddad Inside Syria 2012
STOJ003 John Stockwell Inside the CIA 1989
AGEP004 Philip Agee Inside the Company: CIA Diary 1991
BAGB002 Ben Bagdikian Inside the Media Monopoly 1991
ARIA001 Abdullah Al-Arian Inside the Middle East 2014
CULT066 Debu Chaudhuri Instumental Sitar 1969
BRUD002 Dennis Brutus Intellectuals and Social Responsibility 1993
AHME011 Eqbal Ahmad Intellectuals, Ideology & the State 1998
CHON026 Noam Chomsky International Terrorism 1987
NICL001 Linda Nicholson Interpreting Gender 1992
CHON196 Noam Chomsky Intervention 1983
FADM002 Mohammad Fadel Interview 2013
CULT020 Ravi Shankar Interview 1980
GLOD001 Danny Glover Interview 2002
CHON049 Noam Chomsky Interview/call-in 1989
SAIE025 Edward Said Intifada 2000: The Palestinian Uprising 2000
COJU001 Juan Cole Invading the Middle East: Napoleon to Bush 2007
PARM002 Michael Parenti Inventing Reality: The Politics of the Mass Media 1987
HEDC006 Chris Hedges Inverted Totalitarianism 2011
HERS001 Seymour Hersh Investigative Reporting and Government Lying 1990
CHON027 Noam Chomsky Iran-Contra Scandal: An Analysis 1987
RITS005 Scott Ritter Iran: All Options on the Table 2008
DEBC001 Christopher de Bellaigue Iran: Coups, Sanctions & the Threat of War 2013
KINS001 Stephen Kinzer Iran: The 1953 American Coup 2003
RITS004 Scott Ritter Iraq Confidential 2005
RITS003 Scott Ritter Iraq to Iran: The Empire Attacks 2005
ZINH-ARNA-ETAL001 Howard Zinn, Anthony Arnove Iraq Under Siege 2000
MASR001 Rania Masri Iraq War & Occupation: Consequences for the Middle East 2003
MCRA001 Ray McGovern Iraq: A Failure of Intelligence 2003
CHON177 Noam Chomsky Iraq: A Test Case of Imperial Violence 2003
STIJ002 Joseph Stiglitz Iraq: A Trillion Here, A Trillion There 2006
JAMD002 Dahr Jamail Iraq: Beyond the Green Zone 2007
KELK001 Kathy Kelly Iraq: Eyewitness to War 2003
ABAS001 As'ad AbuKhalil Iraq: Refuting the Bush Allegations 2003
CHON192 Noam Chomsky Iraq: The Forever War 2008
HALD-BENP001 Denis Halliday, Phyllis Bennis Iraq: The Impact of Sanctions and U.S. Policy 1999
ARNA-GOOA-ZINH001 Anthony Arnove, Amy Goodman, Howard Zinn Iraq: The Logic of Withdrawal 2006
BEZS004 Stephen Bezruchka Is America Driving You Crazy? 2006
HITC-DSOD001 Christopher Hitchens, Dinesh D'Souza Is Socialism Obsolete? 1989
MAYT001 Tom Mayer Is the U.S. an Imperialist Nation? 2015
AHMI001 Idrees Ahmad ISIS, Syria & Journalism 2015
CHON232 Noam Chomsky ISIS, the Kurds & Turkey 2014
CULT043 Various Islam -
CULT045 Various Islam in India and Indonesia -
AHME004 Eqbal Ahmad Islam, Arab Middle East, Israel, etc. 1993
KUMD001 Deepa Kumar Islamophobia 2012
SAIE019 Edward Said Israel & Palestine: The Challenge Ahead 1997
CHON023 Noam Chomsky Israel & the American Left 1986
CHON020 Noam Chomsky Israel and the U.S.: The Client-Master Relationship 1985
CHON236 Noam Chomsky Israel on the Road to Self-Destruction 2014
ERAN001 Noura Erakat Israel's War on Gaza 2009
PART001 Trita Parsi Israel, Iran & the US: Treacherous Alliance 2007
BARD004 David Barsamian Israel, the U.S. & Mideast Policy 2013
BLUM001 Max Blumenthal Israel: Siege Mentality 2013
CHON021 Noam Chomsky Israel: The Strategic Asset 1985
PELM001 Matti Peled Israeli-Palestinian Peace: Prospects and Obstacles 1992
CHON240 Noam Chomsky It's In Your Hands 2015
BARA004 Amiri Baraka Jazz & African American Culture 1994
RASA001 Ahmed Rashid Jihad 2003
BARB002 Benjamin Barber Jihad vs. McWorld 2002
ALIT007 Tariq Ali Jihad: Theirs and Ours 2007
ROBC001 Cedric Robinson Jim Crow & Jezebel Go To Hollywood 2004
CULT003 Various John Galm: Cuban and Brazilian Music 1982
CULT013 Various Johnny Moses: Traditional Stories of the Northwest Coast Native Peoples 1992
MOYB002 Bill Moyers Journalism & Democracy 2003
BAGB003 Ben Bagdikian Journalism & the Media Monopoly 1996
MCCR008 Robert McChesney Journalism and the Crisis of Democracy 2009
SAIP003 P Sainath Journalism That Matters 2006
CHEI003 Ira Chernus Judaism 1984
ZINH007 Howard Zinn Just & Unjust Wars 1991
STEB001 Bryan Stevenson Justice for Some 2014
ABUA001 Ali Abunimah Justice in Palestine 2015
CHAA001 Angana Chatterji Kashmir: Buried Evidence 2011
KAKS003 Sanjay Kak Kashmir: Hell in Heaven 2013
PARK001 Khurram Parvez Kashmir: Telling the Story 2011
KAKS001 Sanjay Kak Kashmir: The Struggle for Freedom 2007
CULT021 Debu Chaudhuri Kaunsi Kanhra 2004
JACJ001 Jesse Jackson Keeping Hope Alive: A Vision of a Better America 1992
CHON089 Noam Chomsky Keeping the Rabble In Line 1993
EHRB010 Barbara Ehrenreich Kicking People When They're Down 2013
HOOB002 Bell Hooks Killing Rage: Ending Racism 1994
KORP002 Peter Kornbluh Kissinger & the Coup in Chile 2005
GRAN001 Greg Grandin Kissingerism 2015
MEAR004 Russell Means Knowing Who You Are: Lessons from Native America 1993
CUMB002 Bruce Cumings Korean War 1991
CHON151 Noam Chomsky Kosovo and Iraq 1999
MAZT003 Tony Mazzocchi Labor and Politics: A New Agenda 1998
PIVF003 Frances Fox Piven Labor in a Globalized Economy 2000
MAZT002 Tony Mazzocchi Labor Party Advocates: A New Party 1996
ZINH016 Howard Zinn LaGuardia, Upton Sinclair, Death Penalty 1997
CHON-LING007 Noam Chomsky Language & Interpretation: Philosophical Reflections 1988
CHON-LING014 Noam Chomsky Language & Nature 1995
CHON-LING010 Noam Chomsky Language and the Cognitive Revolution 1992
CHON-LING008 Noam Chomsky Language and the Cognitive Sciences 1990
CHON-LING005 Noam Chomsky Language in a Psychological Setting 1988
CHON-LING009 Noam Chomsky Language: Asking the Right Questions 1992
CHON-LING015 Noam Chomsky Language: Continuity & Innovation 1998
PILJ002 John Pilger Lapdogs with Laptops 2007
FUEC002 Carlos Fuentes Latin America and the Universality of the Novel 1992
CHON189 Noam Chomsky Latin America: Stirrings in the Servants' Quarters 2006
CHON188 Noam Chomsky Lebanon & the Crisis in Middle East 2006
CHON152 Noam Chomsky Lessons from Yugoslavia & E. Timor 1999
KOZJ004 Jonathan Kozol Letters to a Young Teacher 2007
HAVA001 Ari Rabin-Havt Liars, Lying & Politics 2016
DAVA003 Angela Davis Liberty and Justice for All? 1991
SCAJ002 Jeremy Scahill License to Kill 2013
FISR005 Robert Fisk Lies, Cliches and the Middle East 2010
STAJ001 John Stauber Lies, Damn Lies & Public Relations 1997
CHON202 Noam Chomsky Linguistics and Politics 2009
BARM-SHIV-CLAT001 Maude Barlow/Vandana Shiva/Tony Clarke Liquid Assets: Water for the Highest Bidder 2001
CULT041 Various Literature From the World of Islam 1991
MCKB001 Bill McKibben Livable Cities: Creating a Sustainable Urban Environment 1999
WOLR006 Richard Wolff, David Barsamian Live From City Lights 2012
TRUJ-POET003 John Trudell Live in Eugene 2001
LAPF001 Frances Moore Lappe Living Democracy 1991
CHON238 Noam Chomsky Living Memory 2015
LINT003 Thomas Linzey Local Community Self-Government 2015
SHUM003 Michael Shuman Local Dollars, Local Sense 2012
SALJ001 Joel Salatin Local Food 2011
CIEP005 Paul Cienfuegos Local Governance 2015
PARC001 Christian Parenti Lockdown America: The Growth of the Police State 1999
CHON110 Noam Chomsky Looking Ahead 1994
WESC006 Cornel West Love & Justice 2014
COCB001 Bruce Cockburn Lovers in a Dangerous Time 2004
FRAB001 Bruce Franklin M.I.A. or Mythmaking in America 1993
STAJ-RAMS001 John Stauber, Sheldon Rampton Mad Cow USA 1997
LYMH002 Howard Lyman Mad Vegetarian Cowboy 1999
HOOB001 Bell Hooks Madonna: Plantation Mistress or Soul Sister 1992
CHON219 Noam Chomsky Magna Carta: Then & Now 2013
SOLR001 Rebecca Solnit Making & Breaking Stories 2014
DYSM001 Michael Eric Dyson Malcolm X and the Politics of Race 1995
SALW001 William Sales Malcolm X and the Struggle for Black Liberation 1995
MARM003 Manning Marable Malcolm X: Beyond the Heritage 1991
CULT022 Debu Chaudhuri Malkauns 2004
SPED001 Dale Spender Man Made Language 1986
CHON083 Noam Chomsky Manufacturing Consent 1993
BOYJ002 Jules Boykoff Martin Luther King Jr & the FBI 2008
CULT051 Howard Zinn Marx in Soho 2000
PARM006 Michael Parenti Marxism and the Crisis in Eastern Europe 1990
CHON217 Noam Chomsky Masters of Mankind 2012
BARB001 Benjamin Barber McWorld & the Free Market Threat to Civic Culture 1998
BAGB-SOLN001 Ben Bagdikian, Norman Solomon Media 1992
LEWJ001 Justin Lewis Media & Consumer Capitalism 2013
HERE-STOJ-ETAL001 Edward Herman, John Stockwell Media and Disinformation 1988
DANR001 Ron Daniels Media and Organizing 1994
SORD001 Daniel Schorr Media and Politics 1987
FLAL001 Laura Flanders Media and the Contract with America 1995
BAGB006 Ben Bagdikian Media Concentration: Peril to Democracy 2000
CHON062 Noam Chomsky Media Control 1991
COHJ002 Jeff Cohen Media Coverage of the Gulf War 1991
JHAS001 Sut Jhally Media Coverage of the Middle East 2002
MCCR004 Robert McChesney Media Matters: Monopolies, Pacifica, NPR & PBS 1999
COHJ004 Jeff Cohen Media Monopolies: Corporate Merger Mania 1995
HITC-LEEM001 Christopher Hitchens, Martin Lee Media Muckrakers 1989
PARM005 Michael Parenti Media Myths and U.S. Foreign Policy 1989
PARM015 Michael Parenti Media Realities 1995
MOYB004 Bill Moyers Media Reform 2007
SILK002 Ken Silverstein Media Reporting on the Third World 1993
DOUS001 Susan Douglas Media Representations of Women 1999
BARD-KNOE-LANS001 David Barsamian, Erwin Knoll, Saul Landau Media Treatment of Arabs and Islam 1994
CHON088 Noam Chomsky Media, Knowledge and Objectivity 1993
CHON036 Noam Chomsky Media, Propaganda and Democracy 1988
LEEM001 Martin Lee Media: Too Close to Power 1992
LEEM004 Martin Lee Medical Marijuana 2013
JOHS001 Simon Johnson Megabanks: Too Big to Save 2011
CULT009 Various Mercedes Sosa-Teatro Opera -
AGUA001 Adolfo Aguilar Mexico After NAFTA & Chiapas 1994
FOXJ001 Jonathan Fox Mexico: The Chiapas Uprising 1994
PARM017-PARM032-PARM028 Michael Parenti Michael Parenti Triple Header -
YUNM001 Mohammad Yunus Micro Credit 1998
CHON073 Noam Chomsky Middle East Peace Process 1992
BACD001 David Bacon Migration & U.S. Policy 2013
EHRB006 Barbara Ehrenreich Militias & the Shift to the Right 1995
GALE003 Eduardo Galeano Mirrors 2009
BERC003 Chip Berlet Mobilizing Resentment 2003
KHOR004 Rami Khouri Mohamed Bouazizi & the Arab Revolts 2013
KORD006 David Korten Money or Life? 2009
SHIV007 Vandana Shiva Monocultures of the Mind 2001
PARM030 Michael Parenti Monopoly Culture and Academic Freedom 1986
HEDC009 Chris Hedges Moral Imperatives 2015
HAYT001 Tom Hayden Movements & Machiavellians 2008
ROSJ003 John Ross Multinationalism in Chiapas 2001
CULT040 David Barsamian Music, Culture and Religion in Egypt 1969
PARM001 Michael Parenti Myths of U.S. Intervention/Democracy for the Few 1984
ZUNS001 Stephen Zunes Myths of U.S. Middle East Policy 1999
BECR001 Richard Becker Myths, Empire and the Middle East 2010
BERE004 Elaine Bernard NAFTA: A Critical Reassessment 1995
WOLR008 Richard Wolff Naked Capitalism 2013
NAVV001 Victor Navasky Naming Names: The Hollywood Blacklist 1982
MACD001 David MacMichael National Insecurity 1992
SAIE009 Edward Said Nationalism, Human Rights and Interpretation 1992
MEAR001 Russell Means Native America 1988
CHUW005 Ward Churchill Native America: A Little Matter of Genocide 1998
LADW007 Winona LaDuke Native America: All Our Relations 2002
TRUJ-POET001 John Trudell Native American Poetry and Perspectives 1985
LADW005 Winona LaDuke Native American Women & Environmental Struggles 1998
MANW001 Wilma Mankiller Native Sovereignty 1989
CHON-LING013 Noam Chomsky Naturalism & Dualism 1993
BAGB004 Ben Bagdikian Navigating the Media 1998
CHON035 Noam Chomsky Necessary Illusions 1988
SAIP002 P Sainath Neoliberalism & India's Farm Crisis 2006
EDWJ001 Jorge Edwards Neruda & Modern Latin American Literature 1985
CULT065 Alternative Radio New Latin American Poetry 1969
CHUW001 Ward Churchill New Strategies of Repression: The Drug War & the Legacy of COINTELPRO 1990
COCA008 Alexander Cockburn New World Disorder 1991
EHRB009 Barbara Ehrenreich Nickel & Dimed: Women, Welfare & Work 2000
BALJ001 Jeff Ballinger Nike in Indonesia: Just Do It! 1995
BENM001 Medea Benjamin Nike, Reebok & the Global Sweatshop 1996
KLEN001 Naomi Klein No Logo: Taking Aim at the Brand Bullies 2000
CHON208 Noam Chomsky No More What We Say Goes 2010
CHEE001 Erica Chenoweth Nonviolence Works 2014
AMIS001 Samir Amin North/South Conflict 1992
BARM003 Maude Barlow Not a Drop to Drink 2012
SHEC001 Cindy Sheehan Not One More Mother's Child 2005
GROK001 Karl Grossman Nukes in Space: Chernobyls in the Sky 1995
NADR016 Ralph Nader Obama's Achilles Heel 2009
ALIT011 Tariq Ali Obama: The Continuity of U.S. Policy 2010
CHON229 Noam Chomsky Occupy Boston 2011
WESC005 Cornel West Occupy Democracy 2012
WOLR004 Richard Wolff Occupy Wall Street & the Economic Crisis 2011
FISR003 Robert Fisk Official Sources Say 2006
SCHM001 Michael Schwartz Oil & Gas Wars 2014
EVEL001 Larry Everest Oil, Power, and Empire 2004
HIRD001 Dilip Hiro Oil: Blood of the Earth 2007
JUHA001 Antonia Juhasz Oilgarchy 2006
BERC-SKLH001 Chip Berlet, Holly Sklar Oklahoma, Militias & Conspiracy Theories 1995
CHON086 Noam Chomsky Old Wine, New Bottles 1993
HERM001 Mark Hertsgaard On Bended Knee: The Media 1991
MARM009 Manning Marable On Du Bois, King & Gramsci 2001
SHIV013 Vandana Shiva On Gandhi 2008
CHON178 Noam Chomsky On Imperialism 2003
CHON203 Noam Chomsky On Iran 2009
PARM003 Michael Parenti On Propaganda 1988
CHON-AHME001 Noam Chomsky, Eqbal Ahmad On the Eve of the Gulf War 1991
WESC007 Cornel West On the Road to Freedom 2016
ZINH009 Howard Zinn One Step Ahead of the Landlord 1992
ALAM001 Mundher al Adhami Operation Iraqi Freedom 2007
CUMR001 Ronnie Cummins Organic Food 2000
ROST-ROOM001 Tania Rosario, Mateo Roose Organize! Union Summer 1996
MOYB005 Bill Moyers Organize: Honoring Howard Zinn 2010
SAIE008 Edward Said Orientalism Revisited 1991
ZINH027-ZINH028-ZINH029-ZINH032-ZINH033-ZINH034-ZINH035 Howard Zinn, David Barsamian Original Zinn: The Tapes -
SAIE027 Edward Said Origins of Terrorism 2001
BEIJ001 Joel Beinin Origins of the Gulf War 1990
CHON103 Noam Chomsky Orwell's World & Ours 1994
SOLN003 Norman Solomon Orwellian Media 2002
SAIE024 Edward Said Out of Place 2000
CHAP001 Pratap Chatterjee Outsourcing the War on Terror 2013
LOEP001 Paul Loeb Overcoming Cynicism 1999
ZINH036 Howard Zinn Overcoming Obstacles 2006
RASA003 Ahmed Rashid Pakistan & Afghanistan: Descent into Chaos 2008
BHUF001 Fatima Bhutto Pakistan in Peril 2007
HOOP001 Pervez Hoodbhoy Pakistan, Islam & the U.S. 2001
SARB001 Beena Sarwar Pakistan: A Journalist's View 2012
SADN001 Najma Sadeque Pakistan: Environment in Crisis 2008
BHUF002 Fatima Bhutto Pakistan: Failed State or Failed Leaders? 2008
BHUF003 Fatima Bhutto Pakistan: The Jackals Rule 2010
HOOP002 Pervez Hoodbhoy Pakistani Bombshells 2003
ABDT001 Tahira Abdullah Pakistani Women 2008
SAIE031 Edward Said Palestine & the Universality of Human Rights 2003
KHAR002 Rashid Khalidi Palestine: The Iron Cage 2006
STRP001 Philippa Strum Palestinian Uprising 1988
CHON068 Noam Chomsky Pascal's Wager 1991
GLAI001 Ira Glasser Patriotism, Civil Liberties & Terrorism 2001
KWIJ001 Jonathan Kwitny PBS & NPR Narrow the Debate 1990
SAIE007 Edward Said Peace in the Middle East 1991
CHON045 Noam Chomsky Peace in the Middle East 1989
HEIR001 Richard Heinberg Peak Oil 2006
BARM002 Maude Barlow Peak Water 2008
CHON071 Noam Chomsky Pearl Harbor 1991
CHON-LING017 Noam Chomsky Pedagogy of the Oppressed 2013
BORR001 Robert Borosage Pentagon Pork 1995
VIDG002 Gore Vidal Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace 2006
CHON200 Noam Chomsky Persistent Features of U.S. Policy 1988
CHON-LING001 Noam Chomsky Philosophy & Linguistics 1968
BRAT001 Taylor Branch Pillar of Fire: Martin Luther King 1998
ALIT008 Tariq Ali Pirates of the Caribbean: Axis of Hope 2007
BROL001 Lester Brown Plan B: A Blueprint for People & the Planet 2004
ANDA001 Adrienne Anderson Planetary Casualties: The Hidden Costs of War 2003
BROL002 Lester Brown Planetary Tipping Points 2009
HERA003 Anthony Herbert Platoon and Vietnam 1987
SCHJ002 Juliet Schor Plenitude: The Emerging New Economy 2012
BROR001 Robin Broad Plundering Paradise: The Struggle for the Environment in the Philippines 1993
CULT028 Carolyn Forche Poems and Commentary on El Salvador 1985
CARE001 Ernesto Cardenal Poetry 1988
JORJ003 June Jordan Poetry & Politics 2000
CULT053 Gary Snyder Poetry Reading 1990
EHRB002 Barbara Ehrenreich Political Correctness 1991
PARM031 Michael Parenti Political Economy of Gender Oppression 1993
SAYJ001 John Sayles Politics & Film 2004
IVIM005 Molly Ivins Politics & the Art of Deception 2002
CHON019 Noam Chomsky Politics and Language 1984
BARA003 Amiri Baraka Politics, Poetry & the Blues 1984
AHME002 Eqbal Ahmad Portents of a New Century 1991
CULT019 Begum Akhtar, Muhammad Rafi Portrait of Ghalib 1969
KHAI001 Irene Khan Poverty and Human Rights 2009
CHON145 Noam Chomsky Power of the People 1998
CHON224 Noam Chomsky Power Systems Do Not Give Gifts 2014
RYAC001 Charlotte Ryan Primetime Activism 2002
CHON-LING003 Noam Chomsky Principles of Language Structure 1977
CHON015 Noam Chomsky Priorities: Indochina 1970
MASR002 Rania Masri Privatizing War 2004
LANJ001 Joanne Landy Problems of Democratization in the USSR & Eastern Europe 1991
NADR018 Ralph Nader Progressive Matters 2016
CHON135 Noam Chomsky Propaganda & Control of the Public Mind 1997
CHON099 Noam Chomsky Prospects for Democracy 1994
CHON-LING012 Noam Chomsky Prospects for Minimalism 1993
ARUN001 Naseer Aruri Prospects for Peace and Palestine 1993
ASHH001 Hanan Ashrawi Prospects for Peace in the Middle East 2002
MCCR005 Robert McChesney Public Broadcasting: Past, Present & Future 2000
ROYA008 Arundhati Roy Public Power in the Age of Empire 2004
EWES001 Stuart Ewen Public Relations: Corporate Spin & Propaganda 1999
CHON107 Noam Chomsky Q & A with Loyola University Communications Students 1994
CHON112 Noam Chomsky Q & A with Trade Unionists 1995
LINT002 Thomas Linzey Q&A with Citizens Opposed to Fracking 2013
CHON043 Noam Chomsky Questions & Answers on the Mideast 1989
CHON041 Noam Chomsky Questions & Answers with Community Activists 1989
CHON042 Noam Chomsky Questions & Answers with Freshman Honors Students 1989
CHON040 Noam Chomsky Questions & Answers with Freshmen Sociology Students 1989
CHON031 Noam Chomsky Questions and Answers with UCLA Philosophy Class 1988
ALEM002 Michelle Alexander Race & Caste in the U.S. 2014
KOZJ002 Jonathan Kozol Race & Class in Public Education 1997
TERS001 Studs Terkel Race in America 1992
WESC001 Cornel West Race Matters 1993
MARM001 Manning Marable Race, Class and Gender Domination 1990
DAVA007 Angela Davis Race, Crime & Punishment 1999
MARM006 Manning Marable Race, Education & Multiculturalism 1993
PARM026 Michael Parenti Race, Gender & Class Struggle 2006
DAVA009 Angela Davis Race, Power & Prisons Since September 11th 2002
GUIL001 Lani Guinier Race: Creating a National Conversation 1995
SAIE033 Edward Said Rachel Corrie, Solidarity & Palestine 2003
JONC001 Camara Phyllis Jones Racism & Health 2015
KUMD-KUNA001 Deepa Kumar, Arun Kundnani Racism & Surveillance 2014
ZIRD005 Dave Zirin Racism, Resistance & Black Athletes 2015
DANR002 Ron Daniels Racism: Past & Present 1996
DAVA012 Angela Davis Racism: Then and Now 2007
SHIV020 Vandana Shiva Radical Compassion 2014
CHON-DAVA001 Noam Chomsky, Angela Davis Radical Futures 2012
CHON220 Noam Chomsky Radical Intellectuals 2010
STOI001 I. F. Stone Radical Journalism 1987
DAVA010 Angela Davis Radical Multiculturalism 2005
CULT044 Debu Chaudhuri Raga Kedara 1970
CULT023 Debu Chaudhuri Raga Marwa 1978
COCA007 Alexander Cockburn Rain Forest Politics 1989
CULT008 Ravi Shankar Ravi Shankar: A Musical Portrait 1985
DINJ001 John Dinges Reagan's Wars in Central America 1982
PARM010 Michael Parenti Real History: Parts 1 and 2 1990
BARA008 Amiri Baraka Real Politics, Real Poetry 2012
DUGR001 Ronnie Dugger Reclaiming Democracy 2002
MAGY001 Yassmin Abdel-Magied Recognizing Bias 2016
LADW004 Winona LaDuke Recovering the Land: Native Americans & the Law 1996
SCHE002 Eric Schlosser Reefer Madness 2004
SHAJ002 Jack Shaheen Reel Bad Arabs 2002
ZINH012 Howard Zinn Reflections 1989
CHON100 Noam Chomsky Reflections on Democracy 1994
SAIE-HITC002 Edward Said, Christopher Hitchens Reflections on Exile 2001
CHON065 Noam Chomsky Reflections on the Gulf War 1991
ZINH-BUCW001 Howard Zinn, William Buckley Reform or Revolution 1971
ROYA018 Arundhati Roy Reimagining the World 2013
JENR002 Robert Jensen Religion and Progressive Politics 2009
SAIE-KUMR001 Edward Said, Radha Kumar Remembering Eqbal Ahmad 1999
BALP001 Peter Balakian Remembering the Armenian Genocide 2000
ESPM002 Martin Espada Remembering Well & Raising Hell 2013
NADR009 Ralph Nader Renewable Energy 1998
KORD004 David Korten Renewing the American Experiment 2004
DAVA005 Angela Davis Report from Harlem 1994
YUSR001 Rahimullah Yusufzai Report from Pakistan 2007
STEJ001 John Stewart Report from Southern Africa 1995
KERC001 Charlie Kernaghan Report from the Global Factory 1997
DAVA001 Angela Davis Reproductive Rights and Racism 1989
ZINH032 Howard Zinn Resistance & the Role of Artists 2004
BARA007 Amiri Baraka Resistance and the Arts 2010
CHON052 Noam Chomsky Responsibility of Intellectuals 1990
JACW001 Wes Jackson Restoring Earth Island 2014
LAPF002 Frances Moore Lappe Restoring the Planet 2000
LEEM002 Martin Lee Resurgent Fascism: The Beast Reawakens 1997
NARS001 Sunita Narain Rethinking Growth 2008
WILD001 David Wilson Return to the Nuclear Crossroads: Resistance at Rocky Flats -
GROR002 Richard Grossman Revoking Corporate Charters 1997
ROYA014 Arundhati Roy Revolts and Rebellions 2011
HANN001 Noelle Hanrahan Revolutionary Ecology: The Legacy of Judy Bari -
ROSJ001 John Ross Revolutionary Mexico 2010
CHON213 Noam Chomsky Revolutionary Pacifism: Choices and Prospects 2011
BARA005 Amiri Baraka Riffin' on Music & Language 2000
BERB003 Barbara Bernstein Rivers That Were -
CHON124 Noam Chomsky Robbing People Blind: U.S. Economic Policy 1995
CHON012 Noam Chomsky Role of the State 1970
CHON111 Noam Chomsky Rollback: The Return of Predatory Capitalism 1995
GROR004 Richard Grossman Rolling Back Corporate Power: Lessons from the Past 2006
GALG001 George Galloway Roots of Terrorism 2005
SCHR001 Robert Scheer Roots of the Economic Collapse 2010
AHME001 Eqbal Ahmad Roots of the Gulf Crisis 1990
CHON037 Noam Chomsky Roots of U.S. Intervention in Central America 1989
CHON048 Noam Chomsky Rowe Center: An Open-Ended Discussion 1989
RATW001 William Rathje Rubbish: What Garbage Tells Us About Ourselves 1992
BARB003 Benjamin Barber Runaway Capitalism 2007
COHJ003 Jeff Cohen Rush Limbaugh's Reign of Error 1995
HALD001 Denis Halliday Sanctions in Iraq: A Human Rights Catastrophe 1998
CULT014 Various Santa Maria de Iquique -
DORE-POET001 Edward Dorn Satirical Verses 2000
KOZJ001 Jonathan Kozol Savage Inequalities: Race and Schools 1991
CALH001 Helen Caldicott Saving the Planet 1989
SKLH003 Holly Sklar Scapegoating the Poor 1994
BOUR001 Father Roy Bourgeois School of the Assassins 2000
SIMC001 Christopher Simpson Science of Coercion: Psychological Warfare 1994
WATP001 Paul Watson Sea Shepherds 2001
NEIP001 Peter Neill Sea to Shining Sea: The Water Crisis 2012
ZINH006 Howard Zinn Second Thoughts on the First Amendment 1989
MAKU001 Ussama Makdisi Sectarianism in the Middle East 2015
SHIV018 Vandana Shiva Seeds & Freedom 2013
ROYA009 Arundhati Roy Seize the Time! 2004
XMAL001 Malcolm X Selected Speeches -
KINM004 Martin Luther King Jr. Selma 1965 1965
CHEI002 Ira Chernus September 11th and the National Insecurity State 2001
CHRK001 Kathy Christison Settlements: Obstacles to Peace 2010
BANV001 Victoria Banyard Sexual Violence 2013
SHIV014 Vandana Shiva Shakti: Feminine Power for Change 2009
RUEJ001 Josh Ruebner Shattered Peace: Israel-Palestine 2014
SHAJ001 Jack Shaheen Shattering Stereotypes: Media Images of Arabs 1993
COLC-SKLH001 Chuck Collins, Holly Sklar Shifting Fortunes: The Wealth Gap 1999
GREG001 Glenn Greenwald Shredding the Constitution 2011
SANB002 Bernie Sanders Single Payer Health Care 1994
SCHS001 Sydney Schanberg Sleaze Journalism 1999
CLAS001 Susan Clark Slow Democracy 2013
CHON-CLEK001 Noam Chomsky, Kathleen Cleaver Social Change: From the '60s to the '90s 1997
LADW002 Winona LaDuke Social Justice, Racism and the Environmental Movement 1993
BERE003 Elaine Bernard Solidarity: An Injury To One Is An Injury To All 1993
FLAT001 Tim Flannery Solutions to the Climate Crisis 2015
PAPI001 Ilan Pappe Solutions: Israel/Palestine 2010
BRUD001 Dennis Brutus South Africa: Transition to Freedom? 1993
CHON191 Noam Chomsky South America Rising 2006
HOOP005 Pervez Hoodbhoy South Asia 2001
GIAC001 Chris Giannou Southern Lebanon: 1982 1982
NADR019 Ralph Nader Sovereignty of the People 2016
WILR001 Robert Williams Sovereignty, Racism and Human Rights: The Case for Indian Self-Determination 1994
ZINH042 Howard Zinn Speaking to 8th Grade Students 2009
TIRJ001 John Tirman Spoils of War: The Human Cost of America's Arms Trade 1998
ZIRD001 Dave Zirin Sports & Politics 2006
STRN003 Nadine Strossen Spying, Secrecy & Suppression 2014
BOYJ001 Jules Boykoff Squelching Dissent 2007
VIDG001 Gore Vidal State of the Nation 1990
CLEK001 Kathleen Cleaver State Repression of the Black Panthers 2006
CHON221 Noam Chomsky State Spying & Other Matters 2013
SHIV005 Vandana Shiva Stolen Harvest: The Hijacking of the Global Food Supply 2000
ZINH-ETAL002 Howard Zinn Stop the Death Penalty! 1996
ZINH023 Howard Zinn Stories Hollywood Never Tells 1999
BARA002 Amiri Baraka Straight No Chaser 1992
CHON193 Noam Chomsky Strategies for a Just Peace 1987
PATR001 Raj Patel Stuffed & Starved 2008
MOOM003 Michael Moore Stupid White Men 2002
SUBS001 Various Subaltern Studies 2000
PARM004 Michael Parenti Superpatriotism 1988
IKEJ001 John Ikerd Sustainable Agriculture 2002
PHIK003 Kevin Phillips Swimming with the Sharks: The U.S. Economy 2008
SHIV015 Vandana Shiva Sydney Peace Prize 2010
WOLR002 Richard Wolff Systemic Crisis of Capitalism 2011
CHON156 Noam Chomsky Taking Control of Our Lives 2000
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