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CounterPunch’s Top 100 (and a few more) Non-fiction Works of the 20th Century

by Alexander Cockburn And Jeffrey St. Clair

Edward Abbey

Desert
Solitaire: a season in the wilderness

 
Louis
Adamic

Dynamite: a century of class violence in America 1830-1930

 Out of Print
Philip
Agee

Inside the Company: CIA diary

  Out of Print
Christopher Alexander, Sara Ishikawa and Murry Silverstein

A
Pattern Language: towns, building and construction 

 
Jack
Anderson

Confessions of a Muckraker :

the inside story of life in Washington during the Truman, Eisenhower,
Kennedy and Johnson years

 Out of Print
Kenneth Anger

Hollywood
Babylon
 

 
Hannah Arendt

Eichmann
in Jerusalem:

a report on the banality of evil 

 
David Arora

Mushrooms
Demystified:

a guide to the fleshy fungi

 
Sylvia
Ashton-Warner

Spinster

 Out of Print
James Baldwin

The
Devil Finds Work

 
Reyner Banham

Los
Angeles: the architecture of

four ecologies 

 
Joseph Borkin

The Crime and Punishment of IG Farben

Out of Print 
B.A. Botkin

A Treasury of Mississippi River Folktales

Out of Print 
Jim Bouten

Ball
Four

 
Richard Boyer and Herbert Morais

Labor’s
Untold Story

Marshall
Bradley, Fern Bradley and Barbara Ellis

The
Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening

 
Harry Braverman

Labor
and Monopoly Capital: the degradation of work in the Twentieth
Century

Kathleen Brenzel

Western
Garden Book 

 
David Brower

For the Earth’s Sake

 Out of Print 
Norman O. Brown

Life
Against Death: the psychoanalytical meaning of history

Robert
Byron

The Road to Oxiana

 Out of Print
E.H.
Carr

What
Is History?

 
Allan Chase

The Legacy of Malthus

Out of Print 
Samuel B. Charters

The
Country Blues

Noam Chomsky

The
Fateful Triangle: the United States, Israel and the Palestinians

 
Andrew Cockburn

The Threat: inside the Soviet military machine

 Out of Print
Claud Cockburn

I Claud

 Out of Print 

Jeffrey St. Clair is editor of CounterPunch. His new book is Killing Trayvons: an Anthology of American Violence (with JoAnn Wypijewski and Kevin Alexander Gray). He can be reached at: sitka@comcast.net. Alexander Cockburn’s Guillotined! and A Colossal Wreck are available from CounterPunch.

Weekend Edition
July 22, 2016
Friday - Sunday
Jeffrey St. Clair
Good as Goldman: Hillary and Wall Street
Joseph E. Lowndes
From Silent Majority to White-Hot Rage: Observations from Cleveland
Paul Street
Political Correctness: Handle with Care
Richard Moser
Actions Express Priorities: 40 Years of Failed Lesser Evil Voting
Eric Draitser
Hillary and Tim Kaine: a Match Made on Wall Street
Conn Hallinan
The Big Boom: Nukes And NATO
Ron Jacobs
Exacerbate the Split in the Ruling Class
Jill Stein
After US Airstrikes Kill 73 in Syria, It’s Time to End Military Assaults that Breed Terrorism
Jack Rasmus
Trump, Trade and Working Class Discontent
John Feffer
Could a Military Coup Happen Here?
Jeffrey St. Clair
Late Night, Wine-Soaked Thoughts on Trump’s Jeremiad
Andrew Levine
Vice Presidents: What Are They Good For?
Michael Lukas
Law, Order, and the Disciplining of Black Bodies at the Republican National Convention
David Swanson
Top 10 Reasons Why It’s Just Fine for U.S. to Blow Up Children
Victor Grossman
Horror News, This Time From Munich
Margaret Kimberley
Gavin Long’s Last Words
Mark Weisbrot
Confidence and the Degradation of Brazil
Brian Cloughley
Boris Johnson: Britain’s Lying Buffoon
Lawrence Reichard
A Global Crossroad
Kevin Schwartz
Beyond 28 Pages: Saudi Arabia and the West
Charles Pierson
The Courage of Kalyn Chapman James
Michael Brenner
Terrorism Redux
Bruce Lerro
Being Inconvenienced While Minding My Own Business: Liberals and the Social Contract Theory of Violence
Mark Dunbar
The Politics of Jeremy Corbyn
Binoy Kampmark
Laura Ingraham and Trumpism
Uri Avnery
The Great Rift
Nicholas Buccola
What’s the Matter with What Ted Said?
Aidan O'Brien
Thank Allah for Western Democracy, Despondency and Defeat
Joseph Natoli
The Politics of Crazy and Stupid
Sher Ali Khan
Empirocracy
Nauman Sadiq
A House Divided: Turkey’s Failed Coup Plot
Franklin Lamb
A Roadmap for Lebanon to Grant Civil Rights for Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon
Colin Todhunter
Power and the Bomb: Conducting International Relations with the Threat of Mass Murder
Michael Barker
UK Labour’s Rightwing Select Corporate Lobbyist to Oppose Jeremy Corbyn
Graham Peebles
Brexit, Trump and Lots of Anger
Anhvinh Doanvo
Civilian Deaths, Iraq, Syria, ISIS and Drones
Christopher Brauchli
Kansas and the Phantom Voters
Peter Lee
Gavin Long’s Manifesto and the Politics of “Terrorism”
Missy Comley Beattie
An Alarmingly Ignorant Fuck
Robert Koehler
Volatile America
Adam Vogal
Why Black Lives Matter To Me
Raouf Halaby
It Is Not Plagiarism, Y’all
Rev. Jeff Hood
Deliver Us From Babel
Frances Madeson
Juvenile Life Without Parole, Captured in ‘Natural Life’
Charles R. Larson
Review: Han Kang’s “The Vegetarian”
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