Max Elbaum's Off-Topic Reads

May 31st, 2018

Max Elbaum's latest book Revolution in the Air: Sixties Radicals Turn to Lenin, Mao and Che is a definitive study of how radicals from the sixties movements embraced twentieth-century Marxism, and what movements of dissent today can learn from the legacies of Lenin, Mao and Che. Elbuam draws on his personal experiences as a member of Students for a Democratic Society at University of Wisconsin-Madison, as an antiwar activist/labor organizer in the San Francisco Bay Area, and as a founding member of Line of March, deflating the notion that sixties radicalism consisted of middle-class student rebellions. 

Max will discuss Revolution in the Air: Sixties Radicals Turn to Lenin, Mao and Che on Tuesday 06/12 at 6pm at the Co-op. He will be joined by Tobita Chow, the head of the chair of The Peoples Lobby. 


 
A Time to Rise: Collective Memoirs of the Union of Democratic Filipinos (KDP), edited by Rene Ciria-Cruz, Brruce Occena and Cindy Domingo 
 
A Threat of the First Magnitude: FBI /counter-Intelligence and Infiltration from the Communist Party to the Revolutionary Union, 1962-1974, by Aaron Leonard
 
Black Against Empire: The History and Politics of the Black Panther Party,  by Joshua Bloom and Waldo E. Martin Jr 
 
Che: A Graphic Biography, by Spain Rodriguez, edited by Paul Buhle
 
Prisoners of the American Dream, by Mike Davis 
 
The End of Policing, by Alex Vitale 
 
Black, Brown, Yellow and Left, by Laura Pulido
 
De Colores Means All of Us: Latina Views for a Multi-Colored Century, by Elizabeth Martinez, Verso 2017
 
Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine and the Foundations of a Movement, by Angela Davis
 

 

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