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The IAS’s 2003 Fundraising Campaign

Great Books for IAS Donors!

Raven Books of Amherst, Massachusetts has generously made the following books available to contributors to the IAS’s 2003 fundraising campaign. Please help us meet our $21,000 fundraising goal so we can continue awarding grants to radical writers, publishing Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, and building a community of people interested in strengthening the anarchist vision.

  • For a $25 donation to the IAS, we will mail you any one of the following books.
  • For a $50 donation, we will send you any three.
  • For $100, you get seven of these great books.
  • For $500, you get all of them!

It has been a great seven years and we are excited about the future of our work! Please help make this work possible by sending a donation today. To donate online, click the below link. Alternatively, mail in your donation using this form.

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at Raven Used Books!

Ward S. Albro, Always a Rebel: Ricardo Flores Magon and the Mexican Revolution (TCU, cloth, 1992, 219 pp. $30)

Chip Berlet, Eyes Right!: Challenging the Right Wing Backlash (South End, paper, 1995, 398 pp., $17.00)

Jeremy Brecher, Strike! (South End press, paper, 1997, 421 pp., $22.00)

Robert Bullard (ed.), Confronting Environmental Racism: Voices from the Grassroots (South End, paper, 1993, 258 pp., $16.00)

Wendy Chapkis, Beauty Secrets: Women and the Politics of Appearance (South End, paper, 1986, 212 pp., $15.00)

Noam Chomsky, Propaganda and the Public Mind: Interviews with David Barsamian (South End, paper, 2001, 247 pp., $16.00)

Noam Chomsky, After the Cataclysm: Postwar Indochina and the Reconstruction of Imperial Ideology (South End, paper, 1979, 391 pp., $18.00)

Noam Chomsky, What Uncle Sam Really Wants (Odonian pr., paper, 1992, 111 pp., $8.50)

Noam Chomsky, On Power and Ideology: The Managua Lectures (South End, paper, 1987, 140 pp, $12.00)

Eli Clare, Exile and Pride: Disability, Queerness, and Liberation (South End, paper, 1999, 147 pp., $14.00)

Ward Churchill, Agents of Repression: The FBI’s Secret Wars Against the Black Panther Party and the American Indian Movement (South End, paper, 1990, 508 pp., $22.00)

Ward Churchill, From a Native Son: Selected Essays on Indigenism, 1985 - 1995 (South End, paper, 1996, 588 pp., $22.00)

Reebee Garofalo (ed.), Rockin’ the Boat: Mass Music and Mass Movements (South End, paper, 1992, 333 pp., $17.00)

Al Gedicks, New Resource Wars: Native and Environmental Struggles Against Multinational Corporations (South End, paper, 270 pp. $18.00)

Andrew Goudie, The Human Impact on the Natural Environment, 5th edition (MIT, paper, 2000, 511 pp., $20.00)

Robin Hahnel, Panic Rules: Everything You Need to Know About the Global Economy (South End, paper, 1999, 124 pp., $12.00)

Dale Hathaway, Allies Across the Border: Mexico’s “Authentic Labor Front” and Global Solidarity (South End, paper, 2000, 267 pp., $19.00)

bell hooks, Feminism is For Everybody: Passionate Politics (South End, paper, 2000, 124 pp., $12.00)

bell hooks & Cornel West, Breaking Bread: Insurgent Black Intellectual Life (South End, paper, 174 pp., $14.00)

Marty Jezer, The Dark Ages: Life in the United States, 1945 - 1960 (South End, paper, 1982, 333 pp., $15.00)

Dan La Botz, Made in Indonesia: Indonesian Workers Since Suharto (South End, paper, 2001, 393 pp., $18.00)

Dan La Botz, Democracy in Mexico: Peasant Rebellion and Political Reform (South End, paper, 1995, 274 pp., $17.00)

Andrew Light (ed.), Social Ecology After Bookchin (Guilford, paper, 1998. 401 pp., $19.95)

Aurora Levins Morales, Remedios: Stories of Earth and Iron From the History of Puertorriquenas (South End, paper, 2001, 231 pp., $17.00)

Richard Pells, Radical Visions and American Dreams: Culture and Social Thought in the Depression Years (Wesleyan, paper, 1973, 423 pp., $16.95)

John Pilger, Heroes (South End, paper, 2001, 628 pp., $16.00)

Herbert Read, The Green Child (Adagp, paper, 1989. 195 pp., $9.95)

David Reed, Education for Building a People’s Movement (South End, paper, 1981, 202 pp., $15.00)

Arundhati Roy, Power Politics (South End, paper, 2001, 182 pp., $12.00)

Edward Said, The Pen and the Sword: Conversations with David Barsamian (Common Courage, paper, 1994, 179 pp., $9.95)

Geoffrey Sampson, Liberty and Language (about Chomsky) (Oxford, cloth, 1979, 248 pp., $30.00)

Brian Tokar, Earth for Sale: Reclaiming Ecology in the Age of Corporate Greenwash (South End, paper, 1997, 269 pp., 18.00)

Mark Zepezauer & Arthur Naiman, Take the Rich Off Welfare (Odonian, paper, 1998, 191 pp., $12.00)

 


 

---- Discount at Raven Used Books for IAS Donors! ----

Discount at Perennial Books for IAS DonorsThis year Raven Used Books is offering forty new titles to IAS donors in addition to carrying over six titles from last year.

Raven Used Books (formerly Perennial Books) - one of the best  booksellers around- offers a 20% discount on their remarkable stock to all IAS supporters donating $25 or more to the IAS's 2002 fundraising campaign.

Raven Used Books specializes in used and discount books in philosophy, history, cultural studies, labor history, and women's studies.

They carry over 17,000 books, including more than 275 titles on anarchism (many of which are out of print and hard to find).

Raven Used Books is located at 71 North Pleasant Street, Amherst, Massachusetts 01002. They are open every day. If you are unable to stop by the store, please feel free to call Raven Used Books at (413) 253-9780 or write them at Raven Used Books, 71 North Pleasant Street, Amherst, Massachusetts 01002. Inquires are always welcome.

Please note that we cannot sell any of the books being offered by Raven Used Books. If you want to order a book, please contact Raven directly. Our books are available to IAS donors only.