#83/84 - July-Nov 2020

Vol. 34, No. 2 & 3

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Articles

Sifting the “Stony Soil” of Black Marxism: Cedric Robinson, Richard Wright, and Ellipses of the Black Radical Tradition

Joseph G. Ramsey

Organizing the Democratic Capacity for Transformative Change: The 2020 Election and Beyond

Gabriel Andrade Dinesh D’Souza as a Comprador Intellectual: Punditry, Media and Neocolonialism

John W. Lawrence

The Korean War Remembered

Thomas Powell

Domenico Losurdo in China: An Insight into the State of Marxist Education and the CPC

Roland Boer

Capitalism as Revenge :: Revenge Against Capitalism

C. S. Soong & Max Haiven

“Capital Sin”: Benjamin Lay and Marcus Rediker’s Red Atlantic

Carl Grey Martin

COVID-19 and the Crises

Proposal for Social Transformation

Mat Callahan

How to Go On: Political Epistemology for Pandemy Times

Darko Suvin

The COVID Exposure

David B. Downing

Comrade by Jodi Dean

The Party, the Comrade and Communist Renewal in the 21st Century - An Interview with Jodi Dean

Jodi Dean and Mat Callahan

Jodi Dean’s Comrade

Darko Suvin

How Should Comrades Party Today?

Joseph G. Ramsey

Poems

Teacher Teacher

Demetrius Noble

What is Normal?

Demetrius Noble

Thus Spake the Bitter Muse: Do Not Profit by the Blood of Your Fellows!

Darko Suvin

Book Reviews

Victor Wallis, Socialist Practice: Histories and Theories

Reviewed by Mat Callahan

Victor Wallis, Democracy Denied: Five Lectures on U.S. Politics

Reviewed by Matthew Schultz

Johanna Fernández, The Young Lords: A Radical History

Reviewed by Marisol LeBrón

Nadina LaSpina, Such A Pretty Girl: A Story of Struggle, Empowerment, and Disability Pride

Reviewed by Kathy McMahon-Klosterman

Pero Gaglo Dagbovie, Reclaiming the Black Past: The Use and Misuse of African American History in the Twenty-First Century

Reviewed by Anita M. Waters

Zillah Eisenstein, Abolitionist Socialist Feminism: Radicalizing the Next Revolution

Reviewed by Lili Schwoerer

Barbara Tomlinson and George Lipsitz, Insubordinate Spaces: Improvisation and Accompaniment for Social Justice

Reviewed by Sarah Hernandez

Daniel Immerwahr, How to Hide an Empire: A History of the Greater United States

Reviewed by Joseph Nevins

Michael Joseph Roberto, The Coming of the American Behemoth: The Origins of Fascism in the United States, 1920-1940

Reviewed by Andy Scerri

Jeremy Kuzmarov and John Marciano, The Russians are Coming, Again

Reviewed by Harry Targ

Jamie Longazel, Undocumented Fears: Immigration and the Politics of Divide and Conquer in Hazleton

Reviewed by Theo Majka

Kanishka Chowdhury, Human Rights Discourse in the Post-9/11 Age

Reviewed by John Maerhofer

Marcello Musto, Another Marx: Early Manuscripts to the International

Reviewed by Carl Grey Martin

Marcello Musto, The Last Years of Karl Marx: An Intellectual Biography

Reviewed by Paula Rauhala

Marcello Musto, Editor, Marx’s ‘Capital’ after 150 Years: Critique and Alternative to Capitalism

Reviewed by Eren Kozluca

John F. Levin and Earl Silbar, Editors. You Say You Want a Revolution

Reviewed by Mat Callahan

Jedediah Purdy, This Land is Our Land: The Struggle for a New Commonwealth

Reviewed by Andy Scerri

Eric Olin Wright: How to Be an Anti-capitalist in the 21st Century

Reviewed by Frieder Otto Wolf

Greene, Doug Enaa, Communist Insurgent: Blanqui’s Politics of Revolution

Reviewed by Shalon van Tine

Joseph Nevins, Suren Moodliar, and Eleni Macrakis, A People's Guide to Greater Boston

Reviewed by Robert Smith

Henry A. Giroux, Neoliberalism’s War on Higher Education

Reviewed by Peter Seybold

Rob Wallace, Dead Epidemiologists: On the Origins of COVID-19

Reviewed by Allen Ainsworth

Notes on Contributors