London supports a vibrant protest community—don’t forget this is where Karl Marx fashioned his views that changed the world. Since 1945, the city’s preeminent store for radical books has been Housmans. It also boasts the United Kingdom’s largest collection of magazines and newspapers, with some 200 titles on offer at any time, plus stationery and a cafe (free trade all the way). You’re not going to find most of the stuff here published back home. Wednesdays at 7pm, an author speaks.