Issue number: 72

The Fight for Socialism Amid Narrowing Horizons and Increasing Dangers

The editors assess the political conjuncture and prospects for socialism today.

Precarity and Green Unionism

In a real sense, under capitalism, all workers are precarious, meaning that they can be downsized, replaced, deskilled, outsourced, and so on. It’s simply a matter of degree.

Introduction to Articles on the Climate Crisis

In August 2021, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)—the UN-sponsored body that brings together the world’s leading climate scientists—issued its latest report on what is happening to the world’s climate. We have known for decades that increased emissions of . . .

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New Politics Vol. XVIII No. 4, Whole Number 72

From the Editors
The Climate Crisis

Introduction, Phil Gasper
The Planning and Politics of Transformation: World War II Lessons for a Green New Deal, Martin Hart-Landsberg
Animal Liberation Is Climate Justice: Struggles and Strategies from Below, Laura Schleifer and Daniel Fischer
Precarity and Green Unionism, . . .

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The Climate Crisis

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The Fight to Defend Abortion Rights: A Roundtable

We at New Politics have been horrified by the passage of laws in Texas and Mississippi aimed at reversing Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that upheld women’s right to choose an abortion. The Texas law bans abortions . . .

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