The IIRE publishes four new books on women's liberation, permanent revolution, fascism and the history of the Fourth International this November. Four further volumes, on anarchism, revolutionary Europe between 1918 and 1968, the European left today, and on the IIRE's own history will follow in early 2011. All eight books are part of the IIRE's 'Notebooks for Study and Research' series.
The first four books are: "Women's Liberation and the Socialist Revolution", edited by IIRE fellow Penelope Duggan; "October Readings: contributions on the development of the theory of Permanent Revolution", a collection edited by D.R. O'Connor Lysaght, including an article by IIRE founder Ernest Mandel; "Building Unity Against Fascism: Classic Marxist Texts", with essays by Leon Trotsky, Daniel Guerin, Ted Grant, Clara Zetkin and others; and "The Long March of the Trotskyists: Contributions to the history of the Fourth International" by Pierre Frank and Daniel Bensaid.
The following volumes: are "Living our Internationalism: the first thirty years of the International Institute for Research and Education" edited by Joost Kircz and Murray Smith; "Revolution and Counter-revolution in Europe" by Pierre Frank and Ernest Mandel; "Marxism and Anarchism", a collection with works by Marx, Lenin, Trotsky and others, and "Towards a New Left: experiences from Europe", with contributions by IIRE co-director Bertil Videt and others.
Several more volumes are planned for printing in 2011. To ensure early delivery of these volumes, you can buy a subscription.