Weavers of Revolution, by Peter Winn.  This book beautifully details and contextualizes the occupation of a Chilean textile factory by its workers in the months leading up to the election of Salvador Allende.  It is a penetrating and insightful study of how collective action can be constructed, and how local level actions articulate with broader political and social change.

Shattering Silence: Women, Nationalism, and Political Subjectivity in Northern Ireland, by Begoña Aretxaga.  This book focuses on the gendered dimensions of resistance during the troubles in Northern Ireland.  It powerfully shows the active and symbolic roles that women played during the political conflict.

And for understanding the rise of Trumpism, there is a great collection of short essays on the Cultural Anthropology website:
Submitted by:
Karen Ann Faulk
Research Professor
Colegio de México