Jack London (1876-1916) was the author of The Call of the Wild (1903), The Sea-Wolf (1904), and the prophetic novel The Iron Heel (1908), among some fifty books. Jonah Raskin is Chair of Communications at Sonoma State University and produces the website radicaljacklondon.com.
“Insightful.” - Sonoma State Star
“A near-perfect selection of Jack London’s radical writings. All of London’s important political tracts are here.” - San Francisco Chronicle
“Resonates powerfully with our contemporary political culture. . . . A must for London lovers, and people who really want to know about American politics—this book might even influence your vote.” - North Bay Bohemian
“A near-perfect selection of London's radical writings.” - San Francisco Chronicle
“[Raskin] has assembled a near-perfect selection of London's radical writings. [He] captures the spirit and dynamics of London's life in ways that the majority of full-length London biographies do not.” - San Francisco Chronicle
“This anthology makes a good argument for refreshing [Jack London’s] relevance as a polemicist.” - Morning News