1775-1880: David Vine, The United States of War: A Global History of America’s Endless Conflicts, from Columbus to the Islamic State, “Why Are So Many Places Named Fort?” and “Invading Your Neighbors,”  pp. 43-98.

1810: Tecumseh, Speech to Gov. William Harrison, August 11, 1810.

1810-1898: Juan Gonzalez, Harvest of Empire, “The Spanish Borderlands and the Making of an Empire (1810-1898), pp. 27-57. 

1884-1915: W.E.B. DuBois, “The African Roots of War.”

1880-1946: W.E.B. DuBois, The World and Africa, “White Masters of the World,” pp. 16-43.

1895-1962: Fidel Castro, “Manifesto for the Liberation of the Americas,” pp. 241-267.

1967: Che Guevara, “Two, Three, Many Vietnams,” pp. 313-328.

1946-1968: Juan Bosch, Pentagonism: A Substitute for Imperialism, pp. 17-87.

1953-1965: Kwame Nkrumah, Neocolonialism: The Last Stage of Imperialism,  pp. ix-xx, 239-254.

1968: Kwame Nkrumah, Revolutionary Warfare, “The World Strategy of Imperialism,” pp. 1-23.

1990: Ngugi wa Thiong’O, Moving the Center, “The Cultural Factor in the Neocolonial Era,” pp. 47-57; “Resistance to Domination: The Role of Intellectual Workers,” pp. 76-81; “The Ideology of Racism: War on Peace Within and Among Nations,” pp. 116-125.

1999: Subcommandante Marcos: “The Fourth World War Has Begun.”

2004: Immanuel Wallerstein: Introduction to World Systems Analysis, “The Modern World-System as a Capitalist World Economy: Production, Surplus-Value, and Polarization,” pp. 23-41.

1973-2005: David Harvey, A Brief History of Neoliberalism, “The Neoliberal State,” pp. 64-86, and “Neoliberalism with Chinese Characteristics,” pp 120-151.

1978-2021: Havin Guneser, The Art of Freedom: A Brief History of the Kurdish Liberation Struggle, pp. 1-35.