1. US Empire, Anti-Imperialism, and Revolution
2. The Caribbean under U.S. Occupation
3. The Cuban Revolution and the Cold War
4. South American Dictatorships and the Rise of Human Rights
5. Central American Solidarity in Reagan's America
6. NAFTA, Fair Trade, and Globalization
7. Zapatistas and Global Justice
8. Corporate Campaigns and Sweatshop Activism
Steve Striffler is the Director of the Labor Resource Center and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. He is the author of Solidarity: Latin America and the US Left in the Era of Human Rights (Pluto, 2018), and In the Shadows of State and Capital (Duke, 2002).
'A masterful account of US and Latin American solidarity. Exploring
multiple strands of 20th century internationalism and incisive in
its argumentation, 'Solidarity' pushes us to think about what a
radical, left internationalism might look like today' -- Lesley
Gill, Professor of Anthropology, Vanderbilt University
'An indispensable guide for how to be in a world dominated by a form of capitalism that is fast making its peace with fascism' -- Greg Grandin, New York University, author of 'Fordlandia: The Rise and Fall of Henry Ford's Forgotten Jungle City'
'A brilliant introduction to the history of Latin American solidarity movement building ... a jargon-free study of the struggle to build solidarity across borders in the Americas' -- Paul Ortiz, author of 'An African American and Latinx History of the United States'
'An extraordinarily important book. I know no one better equipped or positioned to examine this important stream of US politics' -- Adolph Reed, University of Pennsylvania