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