Book Reviews on rabble.ca

Aug 14 2014 | By Nora Loreto | Why is the Harper government constantly attacking unions? Is it because they promote economic equality and fairness? Probably! This handbook shows the value of unions to Canadian society.
Aug 7 2014 | By Errol Sharpe | Is capitalism run by greed? You bet! We need alternatives to capitalism that rely on compassion and courage if we are going to avoid economic and ecological disaster.
Jul 31 2014 | By Amira Elghawaby | 'Mirrors and Mirages' has enriched Canadian literature. Mazigh's lyrical work brings new voices to the mainstream and deftly explores issues of identity, religion and feminism.
Jul 24 2014 | By Stephen Dale | What kind of values really drove a generation of young people to sign up in huge numbers for one of the bloodiest episodes in human history? Stephen Dale examines this question in 'Noble Illusions.'
Jul 17 2014 | By Aaron Leonard | Glenn Greenwald gives us the story of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in his new book 'No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State.'
Jul 10 2014 | By Eleanor J. Bader | Does rampant consumerism make us view those who harvest our food, sew our clothes and assemble our electronics as invisible? 'Invisible Hands: Voices from the Global Economy' argues yes.
Jul 3 2014 | By Meg Borthwick | No pipelines, no tankers! Read the collected thoughts of long-time activists, new converts, Indigenous resistors and, you know, all those people the Harper government considers "terrorists."
Jun 26 2014 | By Al Engler | Who would have thought an economics textbook could be such a sensation? Well, Thomas Piketty's new book 'Capital in the Twenty-First Century' has proven to be just that.
Jun 19 2014 | By Yutaka Dirks | Doretta Lau examines the experiences of Asian-Canadians in her debut collection "How Does A Single Blade of Grass Thank the Sun?" and expands on her motivations for the collection.
Jun 12 2014 | By Christina Turner | The U.S.-Mexico border. Myriad forms of suffering. Relationships between migrant workers and privileged people. 'El Niño' is a book that fits into the narrative of labour and migrant workers.