Through the Marxian Maze

Alienation: Marx's Conception of Man in Capitalist Society

by Bertell Ollman

Alienation and Economics

by Walter Weiskopf

A Genius and a Gentleman

Letters of Giuseppe Verdi

selected, translated, and edited by Charles Osborne

The Real Thing

The Truth About Them

by Jose Yglesias

The Room

by Hubert Selby Jr.

The Book of Flights

by J.M.G. Le Clézio, translated by Simon Watson Taylor

Natives of My Person

by George Lamming


Children of Crisis: Volume II, Migrants, Sharecroppers and Mountaineers

by Robert Coles

Children of Crisis: Volume III, The South Goes North

by Robert Coles

Youth and Asia

Girl, 20

by Kingsley Amis

The Tiger's Daughter

by Bharati Mukherjee

The TV Racket

A Tower in Babel: A History of Broadcasting in the United States to 1933

by Erik Barnouw

The Golden Web: A History of Broadcasting in the United States, 1933-1953

by Erik Barnouw

The Image Empire: A History of Broadcasting in the United States from 1953

by Erik Barnouw

Televi$ion: The Business Behind the Box

by Les Brown

Cable Television in the Cities: Community Control, Public Access, Minority Ownership The Television of Abundance, Report of the Sloan Commission on Cable Communications, McGraw-Hill, 256 pp., $2.95. The reviewer participated as a consultant in the rep

edited by Charles Tate

Guerrilla Television

by Michael Shamberg. and Raindance Corporation

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Prisons: The Menace of Liberal Reform

Struggle for Justice: A Report on Crime and Punishment in America

prepared for the American Friends Service Committee

Maximum Security: Letters from California's Prisons

edited by Eve Pell. and members of the Prison Law Project

Short Reviews

The Life of Benjamin Banneker

by Silvio Bedini

Jazz Masters of the Thirties

by Rex W. Stewart

Right to Challenge: People and Power in the Steelworkers Union

by John Herling

War Comes to Long An: Revolutionary Conflict in a Vietnamese Province

by Jeffrey Race

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