No Way But This: In Search of Paul Robeson
by Jeff Sparrow
THE LIFE of Paul Robeson mirrors 20th-century struggles for black liberation, workers’ rights and international socialism and...
Saturday 19th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Song of the Stubborn One Thousand: The Watsonville Canning Strike 1985-87 by Peter Shapiro (Haymarket Books, £14.99)
THE 18-MONTH strike at Watsonville canning and freezing plant in California may not be well-known in...
Monday 13th Feb 2017
The Last Communard: Adrien Lejeune, the Unexpected Life of a Revolutionary by Gavin Bowd(Verso, £14.99)
THE COMMUNE, whose radical socialist government ruled Paris from March to May 1871, was an iconic episode in revolutionary history.
For 10 weeks the...
Monday 6th Jun 2016
Star critics run through what’s impressed them this year
Thursday 31st Dec 2015
A book on movements in support of indigenous people asks important questions about the role of allies in the fight for justice, says SUE TURNER
Monday 7th Sep 2015
SUE TURNER recommends a book exposing the racket whereby ‘second-hand’ garments are flooding the markets in impoverished countries
Clothing Poverty: The Hidden World of Fast Fashion and Second-hand Clothes
by Andrew Brooks
(Zed Books, £14.99)
Monday 20th Apr 2015
In Loving Memory of Work:
A Visual Record of the
by Craig Oldham
(Unified Theory of
Monday 23rd Mar 2015
The 1944 prison diary of German novelist Hans Fallada reveals a man torn between his conscience and the diktats of the nazi regime, says SUE TURNER, and he paid a heavy price for it
Thursday 16th Oct 2014
In the centenary year of the longest-running strike in British history, SUE TURNER looks back on how events unfolded
Thursday 21st Aug 2014
posted by Morning Star in Britain
The horrors of solitary confinement experienced by the Miami Five in US prisons has been recreated in Cuba as an arts installation, reports SUE TURNER
Tuesday 10th Jun 2014