New Politics, Vol. IX, No. 3, Whole Number 35

Editorial Note

Nathan Glazer and the Assassination of Affirmative Action, Stephen Steinberg

Betty Friedan and the Radical Past of Liberal Feminism, Joanne Boucher

Iraq and the Third Camp, Alan Johnson

Julius Jacobson Memorial

  • Standing Fast: Julius Jacobson, 1922-2003, Barry Finger

  • Memorial statements, Christopher Phelps and Ernest Erber

  • Memorial letters Sam Friedman, Peter Drucker and the Center for Socialist History Board

Special Section on Cuba

  • Cuba Today: An Interview with Samuel Farber, Joanne Landy, Thomas Harrison & Stephen R. Shalom

  • The Debate Over the Recent Arrests and Sentences in Cuba, Zane Boyd

  • James Petras Goes Over the Top on Cuba and the Left, Joanne Landy

  • Two Campaign for Peace and Democracy Statements on Cuba

    • “Anti-War, Social Justice and Human Rights Advocates Oppose Repression in Cuba”

    • “Campaign for Peace and Democracy Protests U.S. Actions Against Cuba”

Venezuela in Two Winds, Justin Podur

Lula: New-Style Revolutionary or False Prophet?, Sue Branford

The Politics of the Cairo Declaration, Stan Crooke

The Life and Death of Socialist Zionism, Jason Schulman

Rank and File Metalworker Militancy in France and Britain, 1890-1918, Mark Hudson

Participatory Economics: An Interview with Michael Albert, Justin Podur


  • Electoral Agnosticism and the Greens, Bob Guldin

  • Response to Bob Guldin, Michael Hirsch

Appropriate Means: An Interview with China Miéville, Mark Bould

Book and Film Reviews

  • The Only True Emancipation, Michael Löwy

  • A Perusable Joy, Kurt Jacobsen

  • The Revolution Fails to Devour This Child, Anis Shivani

  • Matrix Reloaded and X-2: Oh So Retro, Kurt Jacobsen

Words and Pictures: Ruben Bolling, Kent Worcester

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