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by Bini Adamczak
Translated by Adrian Nathan West
Foreword by Raymond Geuss
Capital Hates Everyone
by Maurizio Lazzarato
Translated by Robert Hurley
by Alexandra Kollontai
Edited by Michele Masucci, Maria Lind and Joanna Warsza
Agents of Abstraction
by Ana Ofak
by Cristiano Bianchi and Kristina Drapić
Preface by Pico Iyer
by Rainer Ganahl
Edited by Rachel Corbett and Rainer Ganahl
by The Invisible Committee
On Hitler's Mein Kampf
by Albrecht Koschorke
Translated by Erik Butler
Communism for Kids
Translated by Jacob Blumenfeld and Sophie Lewis
Introduction to Civil War
Translated by Alexander R. Galloway and Jason E. Smith