- Phillips, Lynn; Falk, Gay; Fruchter, Rachel; Cagan, Leslie (1970). Birth Control and Abortion: Some Things to Worry About. St. Louis: Lynn Phillips. OCLC 77562805.
- Albert, Michael; Dellinger, David; Chomsky, Noam; Rayman, Paula; Cockburn, Alex; Ridgeway, James; Cagan, Leslie; O'Dell, Jack; Sklar, Holly (1983). Beyond Survival: New Directions for the Disarmament Movement. Boston: South End Press. ISBN 978-0-89608-175-8.
- Albert, Michael; Cagan, Leslie; Chomsky, Noam; Hahnel, Robin; King, Mel; Sargent, Lydia; Sklar, Holly (1986). Liberating Theory. Cambridge, Massachusetts: South End Press. ISBN 978-0-89608-306-6.
- Peters, Cynthia; Abraham, Nabeel; Albert, Michael; Cagan, Leslie; Carter, Sandy; Chomsky, Noam; Churchill, Ward; Enloe, Cynthia; Ensign, Tod; Farmanfarmaian; Abouali; Gordon, Rebecca; Hooglund, Eric; Hoynes, William; Jones, Rachel L.; Klare, Michael T.; Lesch, Ann M.; MacEwan, Arthur; Seagar, Joni; Sklar, Holly; Stone, Randolph N.; Stork, Joe; Warrior, Robert Allen; (1992). Collateral Damage: The New World Order at Home and Abroad. Boston: South End Press. ISBN 978-0-89608-422-3.
- Cagan, Leslie (1994). Report From Cuba: Hijacked Boats, Action on the Streets, Heightening Tensions with the U.S.. New York City: Cuba Information Project. OCLC 41340613.
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