zines bundle (pick 5)
- 1847: The Principles of Communism (Frederich Engels) (35 pages)
- 1877: Socialism: the Remedy for the Evils of Society (Peter H. Clark) (11 pages)
- 1908: Reform or Revolution? (Rosa Luxemburg) (70 pages)
- 1916: The Socialist Revolution and the Right of Nations to Self-Determination (Lenin) (28 pages)
- 1917: War and Revolution (Vladimir Lenin) (30 pages)
- 1937: On Practice (Mao Zedong) (24 pages)
- 1937: On Contradiction (Mao Zedong) (39 pages)
- 1940's: 3 Essays on Socialism (Grace Lee Boggs) (16 pages)
- 1949: An End to the Neglect of the Problems of the Negro Woman (Claudia Jones) (33 pages)
- 1958: For A Revolutionary Position on the Negro Question (Harry Haywood) (66 pages)
- 1959: The Revolution Begins Now! (Fidel Castro) (35 pages)
- 1964: Imperialism Is Doomed (Che Guevara) (29 pages)
- 1963: Message to the Grassroots (Malcolm X) (21 pages)
- 1966: Weapon of Theory (Amilcar Cabral) (34 pages)
- 1969: It's A Class Struggle Goddamnit! (Fred Hampton) (32 pages)
- 1970: Ideology and 13-Point Program (Young Lords Party)(57 pages)
- 1970: Revolutionary Intercommunalism (Huey P. Newton) (26 pages)
- 1970: Folsom Prisoners Manifesto of Demands (37 pages)
- 1970's: Women in Prison + Free All Black Liberation Fighters (Assata Shakur) (26 pages)
- 1971: Attica Prisoners Manifesto of Demands (37 pages)
- 1971: Women In the Struggle (Third World Women's Alliance)
- 1972: Organization Means Commitment (Grace Lee Boggs) (49 pages)
1973: Ghassan Kanafani (Anni Kanafani) (26 pages)
- 1979: The Struggle Goes On (Walter Rodney) (35 pages)
- 1981: Lest We Forget (Safiya A. Bukhari)
- 1994-1995: The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Declarations of the Lacandon Jungle (Zapatistas) (28 pages)
- 1995-1996: The 4th and 5th Declarations of the Lacandon Jungle (Zapatistas)(35 pages)
- 2005: The 6th Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle (Zapatistas) (36 pages)
- 2006: Philosophical Trends in the Feminist Movement (Anuradha Ghandy) (67 pages)
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