New books from Haymarket

Check out the new books catalogues for prices and how to order

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Where next for the left, the UK, BREXIT and the road to self determination

We’ll be at this event organised by Edinburgh RIC – Wednesday 27th September, 7pm – 9pm at the Augustine Church, 41 George 4th Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1EL

‘Struggle or starve’ by speaker Sean Mitchell will be available at the special price of £10 while Neil Davidson’s ‘We Cannot Escape History’ will be available at £15 (reduced from £22.99)

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Neil Davidson, member of RIC and RISE: what does Brexit and Corbyn’s revival of left-wing social democracy mean for Scottish Independence?

Sean Mitchell, member of People Before Profit and author of Struggle or Starve: Working class Unity in Belfast’s 1932 Outdoor Relief Riots: as Brexit re-opens debate over borders and Irish unification, what can we learn from Belfast’s past?

New Foreign Policy conference

The ‘War on Terror’ In An Era Of Crisis: A Critical Response
A one day conference hosted by New Foreign Policy. A unique event bringing together academics, researchers, campaigners – and you. This event examines and exposes the legacy of the ‘war on terror’ – from Iraq to Islamophobia – and sets out a new approach. Be part of the discussion.
Date: August 5th
Venue: CCA Glasgow, 350 Sauchiehall St
Time: Registration from 10am

We’ll have a bookstall at this event and copies of ‘What is Islamophobia? – Racism, Social Movements and the State’ will be on sale for £11 (normal price £18.99)

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End of 2016 offers

Some special offers for the end of 2016

Utopia – Thomas More with essays from China Mieville and Ursula LeGuin: £6

City of Quartz – Mike Davis: £8

Victor Serge: A political biography: Susan Weissman: £12

Raising Expectations (and raising hell) – Jane McAlevey: £6

A people’s history of Scotland – Chris Bambery: £8

Paul Robeson: a watched man – Jordan Goodman: £12

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