"This assortment of essays shines a light on historical factors that continue to have an impact on national security matters and global unrest today. This is tough but thought-provoking stuff."
"[An] edifying primer attuned, in the tradition of Preston and Williams, to connecting our contemporary crisis to the problems of the past.... Transnational in scope and attentive to intricacies of geography and intersectionality, the contributions to Rising Tide represent a promising wave of new scholarship on American radicalism."
-S. Ani Mukherji, American Studies Journal
"[T]his volume performs important historical work in remembering . . . and resurrecting the stories of those who resisted the violence and exclusions of state suppression while struggling for a more equitable and just society and yet were marginalized and forgotten. . . .Moon-Ho Jung's introduction provides an impressive overview and genealogy of race, state violence, and radical movements. This synthetic essay alone makes the collection a valuable contribution to thinking about how the West Coast of North America as historically entwined in myriad ways with a transpacific world of continual crossings and recrossings."
-Henry Yu, Journal of American History