broken glory: the final years of robert f. kennedy


 "Fragmentary but coalescing, multi-strand, multi-perspective, Broken Glory is the stunning yield of more than 40 years of research and rumination and letting facts talk to facts."

Hudson Valley One 

private: Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks, & the Biggest Exposure of Secrets in American History


 The full story of a bright kid who signs on to serve his country and finds himself serving a cause far more sinister, and why he betrayed his oath and troops—and his own future—to fulfill what he saw as a higher purpose. 

huey: Spirit of the Panther


"Though a civil rights organization, the Black Panther Party continues to evoke images of gun-wielding black men clashing with police. In the first authorized biography about the Party's founder, the authors shatter those images by expounding on the party's founding ideals."

Publishers Weekly

slingshot to the juggernaut: Total Resistance to Death Machine Means Complete Love of Truth


"This rich piece of passionate writing is a huge gift those of us who have wondered about the deeper meanings of 9/11 truth.” 

Byron Belitsos, cofounder of Citizens 9/11 Commission Campaign 

generation s.l.u.t.: A Brutal Feel-up Session with Today's Sex-Crazed Adolescent Populace


"[An] outrageous, chilling blend of fact and fiction."



dumbocracy: Adventures with the Loony Left, Rabid Right, & Other American Idiots


"This is an entertaining book to read. Hell, after I was done, I wanted to have a beer with the author and I don’t even drink."

Friendly Atheist

the black panther: intercommunal news service 1967-1980


 "We knew from the beginning how critical it was to have our own publication, to set forth our agenda for urge change, to use the pen alongside the sword."

David Hilliard, Preface of The Black Panther: Intercommunal News Service 1967-1980

denison, iowa: searching for the soul of america


Through Maharidge's gorgeous prose and Williamson's stunning photography, we are privy to a sweeping perspective layered with a microscopic depth of observation.  

from sun tzu to xbox: War & Video Games


"[A] far-ranging sociological exploration.... [Halter] tackles the queasy coupling of the entertainment industry and Warfare Inc. with impressive intellectual rigor." 

Time Out New York 

no beast so fierce: The Terrifying True Story of the Champawat Tiger, Deadliest Animal in History


“Thrilling. ... Fascinating. ... Exciting.” 

Wall Street Journal

to die for the people


"One of the most important analyses of the politics of race, black radicalism, and democracy written during the civil rights-Black Power era."
Peniel Joseph, author of Waiting Til the Midnight Hour


The cuba project: Castro, Kennedy, & the FBI's Tamale Squad


"An exciting collision between hard history and tabloid ravings."

Legs McNeil, author of Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk 

Simeon's Story: An Eyewitness Account of the Kidnapping of Emmett Till


“Crystal clarity and blistering prose... [A] powerful, important memoir. Simeon’s Story is a story you must read.” 

Savannah Morning News 

revolutionary suicide


"Remains an important contribution to the field of revolutionary strategy and tactics."

Invent the Future blog

Every Little Thing Gonna Be Alright: The Bob Marley Reader


 "An intriguing collection... absolutely fascinating... Every entry tells the reader something of interest." 


no hope: why i left the gop (and you should too)


 A behind-the-scenes look at how the GOP is out of touch with Americans and why more voters should consider "no party."