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Verso Books talks to David Roediger about his work on the intersections of race and class in American society, and his latest book.
Books and magazines read and loved by the Verso staff in 2020
Brett Christophers, author of Rentier Capitalism, on the extraordinary dominance of monopolistic rent-seeking in the UK economy, in the latest episode of the Politics Theory Other podcast.
Introducing this month's Verso Roundtable, a series of three articles in conversation with Aaron Benanav's new book Automation and the Future of Work.
Verso talks to the organisers of the ECHO library, a mobile resource for displaced people in Greece, to learn more about their work and how to support it.
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As the end of the year approaches, Breanne Fahs, editor of Burn It Down!: Feminist Manifestos for the Revolution, presents extracts from the book to help us imagine a brighter radical future.
"A wholly unruly, ahistorical riot" – Jessie Kindig, Verso Editor, on the publication of Burn It Down! Feminist Manifestos for the Revolution.
"A novel about the cost of a stamp becomes a captivating and utterly unique study of society, language and love". – Cian McCourt, Verso Editor, on the publication of Long Live the Post Horn!