The Treason Press Collection.

Treason Press was a printing/publishing collective based in Canberra, Australia during the first decade of the 2nd Millennium AD.

Now silent, presumed defunct, we reproduce here their entire online catalogue of twenty-four titles, archived from their website in 2010, for your reading pleasure.

 

 

Against domestication by Jacques Camatte, translated by David Loneragan
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Anticapitalism as ideology and as a movement by Aufheben
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Autonomous Marxism by Nick Dyer-Witheford
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Bordiga vs Pannoek
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A history of the car bomb by Mike Davis
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Class Recomposition in Argentina? by Aufheben
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Communism against democracy by Wildcat and Against Sleep And Nightmares
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For a world without moral order – Gilles Dauve
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Globalisation: Origins, history, analysis, resistance by Do Or Die
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Global war for the world order by Wildcat
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Imbeciles guide to the spectacle by Anselm Jappe
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Behind the 21st century intifada by Aufheben
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Mutinies: A historical reader by Robert D Heinl, Jr, Kevin Keating, International Communist Group.
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On schoolwork and the struggle against it by Harry Cleaver
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Outside and against the unions by Wildcat
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Pirate Utopias: under the banner of King Death by Do or Die
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Planet of Slums by Mike Davis
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How to use Reich by Jean-Pierre Voyer
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The economy is suffering, let it die by David Watson, Guerra Sociale, John Zerzan,
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The myth of passivity by Toby Boraman
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The neoliberal wars by Wildcat, Undercurrent, Melancholic Troglodytes, Ta Pedia Tis Galerias, Silvia Federici.
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The reproduction of every day life by Fredy Perlman
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The society of the spectacle by Guy Debord, trans by Ken Knabb
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When insurrections die by Gilles Dauve
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