We’re giddy with excitement about this month’s books. For all you print-book fanatics, our new typesetting, non-laminated covers and creamy paper are getting their first public outing; and e-reader owners fear not – the digital versions all went on sale today!
Without any further ado then, here’s the March line-up… Click on the cover images for more. All books ordered through the Pluto website come with 10% off and free UK P&P.
Richard Seymour, Against Austerity: How We Can Fix the Crisis They Made
A blistering, accessible and invigorating polemic against the current political consensus.
James Foley and Pete Ramand, Yes: The Radical Case for Scottish Independence
An urgent and compelling argument for a ‘Yes’ vote on Scottish Independence, from a radical left perspective.
Andy Merrifield, The New Urban Question
A lucid and vibrant contribution to the field of urban studies, tracing the connections between radical urban theory and political activism.
Martin Mowforth, The Violence of Development: Resource Depletion, Environmental Crises and Human Rights Abuses in Central America
A compelling analysis revealing the endemic violence and systematic impoverishment at the heart of ‘development’.