Socialism & Democracy #72, November 2016
Jan Rehmann, Bernie Sanders and the Hegemonic Crisis of Neoliberal Capitalism: What Next?
Glenn Kissack, Cuomo, Wall Street and Class Struggle at CUNY
Julián Rebón, Denise Kasparian and Candela Hernández, The Social Legitimacy of Recuperated Enterprises in Argentina
Adnan Sattar, Neo-Retributivism in the Embrace of Human Rights
Julian Markels, The Christian Socialism of Dostoevsky and Hugo Chávez
Sanya Osha, Aspects of Ken Saro-Wiwa’s Legacy
Orel Protopopescu, Monsters
Peter Kamau Mukuria, What Is Left?
William A. Pelz, A People’s History of Modern Europe reviewed by Steve McGiffen
Ian Angus, Facing the Anthropocene: Fossil Capitalism and the Crisis of the Earth System reviewed by Victor Wallis
Laurence Shoup, Wall Street’s Think Tank: The Council on Foreign Relations and the Empire of Neoliberal Geopolitics, 1976-2014 reviewed by Peter Seybold
Howard Brick and Christopher Phelps, Radicals in America: The U.S. Left Since the Second World War reviewed by Wade A. Bell, Jr.
Inez Hedges, World Cinema and Cultural Memory reviewed by Mat Callahan
Roberta Salper, Domestic Subversive: A Feminist’s Take on the Left, 1960-1976 reviewed by Ti-Grace Atkinson
David R. Pilgrim, Understanding Jim Crow: Using Racist Memorabilia to Teach Tolerance and to Promote Social Justice reviewed by Barbara H. Chasin
Melanie E.L. Bush and Roderick D. Bush, Tensions in the American Dream: Rhetoric, Reverie, or Reality reviewed by Bob Barber
Alvaro García Linera, Plebeian Power: Collective Action and Indigenous, Working-Class and Popular Identities in Bolivia reviewed by Steve Ellner
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Samuel Arnold is assistant professor of political science at Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth, Texas. His publications include articles on John Rawls’s theory of justice, fairness in the distribution of meaningful and empowering work, and liberal egalitarian theory … Continue reading