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- The Impossibilists, A Brief Profile of the Socialist Party of Canada
- 2008 - Author: Peter E. Newell (Athena Press, London. 404 pages) - $12 + postage
- The Futility of Reformism - $3.00
- The Russian Revolution ... Its Origin and Outcome - $1.50
- The Perspective For World Socialism - $1.50
- Socialism, A Simple Exposition - $1.50
- A World of Abundance - $1.50
- Socialism as a Practical Alternative - $1.50
- Is a Third World War Inevitable? - $1.50
- War, Waste and Want: The Crisis of Capitalism - $1.50
- Housing and the Insane Priority of Building Profits - $1.50
- Social Revolution and the State - $1.50
- How the Gods Were Made - 1929 - Author: John Keracher - $2.50
- How We Live ... - Author: William Morris - $2.50
- Marxism and Darwinism - Author: Pannekoek - $2.50
- The Right to be Lazy - 1883 - Author: Paul Lafargue - $2.50
- A Socialist Life - Author: Heather Ball - $5
- Some aspects of Marxian Economics - 1978 - SPGB - $2.50
A good introduction to Marxian economics. Explains how capitalism works.
- The Market System Must Go! - Why Reformism Doesn't Work - SPGB - 1997 - $2.50
- Marxism Revisited - $2.50
- Socialist Principles Explained - 1975 - SPGB - $2.50
- Introducing the World Socialist Movement - $1
- From Capitalism to Socialism - $2.50
- Pour Le Socialism Mondial - $1.50
Put some depth into your understanding.
- # 1 Study Guide to Marxism - $1.00
- # 2 Marxian Theories of Economic Crisis - $1.00
- # 3 Study Guide to Ecology - $1.00
- # 4 Population and Resources - $1.00
We recognize that this literature is relatively expensive. Socialist literature is produced in small production runs so that economies of scale cannot easily be realized. That increases the cost to us, and to you. Much of this literature is available from no other sources. Please also note that much of this literature is subsidized by the membership of the Socialist Party of Canada and the other Companion Parties of Socialism.
You are not likely to find the socialist case (including the socialist analysis of capitalism) stated as clearly, accurately, and consistently anywhere else. Perhaps the question shouldn't be "is the literature too expensive?", but rather "can I afford not to understand the socialist case?" We claim that only through understanding (you don't have to become a socialist scholar, of course) and then action, can we solve the problems we face in society. If the working class doesn't do it, nobody will, and we, our children, their's -- the working class for all time -- will be doomed to wage slavery.