Apr 23 2015
| By Lauren Scott |
Paul Dore's 'The Walking Man' blends reality and fiction during a journey of self-discovery after a particularly tumultuous year. Dore opens up about the books and his hopes here. Hold on, reader.
Apr 16 2015
| By George Lakoff |
With an upcoming election, George Lakoff's wisdom on political framing has never been more relevant for progressives in Canada. Read this excerpt.
Apr 9 2015
| By Neil Arason |
Is it possible to eliminate death and serious injury from Canada's roads? In this timely and in-depth study, author Neil Arason explores what can drive Canadian roads toward a safer future.
Apr 2 2015
| By Matthew Behrens |
The remarkable story of Mohamedou Ouid Slahi is one of wisdom, humour and despair. In this memoir, Slahi relays a tale of human resilience under the most appalling conditions at Guantanamo Bay.
Mar 26 2015
| By Lauren Scott |
Jesse Gilmour explores the father-son relationship in the most extreme of terms. What will a father do for a son, and what will a son ask of a father?
Mar 19 2015
| By Greg Macdougall |
Chris Dixon's book 'Another Politics' addresses the challenges, successes and inspirations of anti-authoritarian activism.
Mar 12 2015
| By Sarah Hipworth |
Author Lesley Wood sheds light on the dynamics of protest policing and how these will be affected with legislation like Bill C-51.
Mar 5 2015
| By Eleanor J. Bader |
Let's take a look into The Revolutionary Union and its later incarnation, the Revolutionary Communist Party, to reveal how the FBI and local police worked to undermine progressive unity.
Feb 26 2015
| By Steffanie Pinch |
How do we take back and transform the narrative from the mainstream? Well, knitting, patching, felting and sewing are a good start.
Feb 19 2015
| By Karl Nerenberg |
Karl Nerenberg has been rabble's parliamentary reporter since 2011, when the Harper government won its majority. Karl's got a new book, full of keen observations about the Harper years.