New Politics Vol. XII, No. 4, Whole Number 48

FROM THE EDITORS

LETTERS

  • An exchange on Anarchism and Socialism: Wayne Price and Marvin Mandell

STATEMENT ON THE U. S. WARS IN AFGHANISTAN AND PAKISTAN, Campaign for Peace and Democracy

SPECIAL SECTION: WOMEN’S ISSUES

  • WOMEN’S WORK, MOTHER’S POVERTY, Gwendolyn Mink
  • PAID FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE, Randy Albelda and Betty Reid Mandell
  • FEMINISM IN “WAVES”: USEFUL METAPHOR OR NOT? Linda Nicholson
  • NOR MEEKLY SERVE HER TIME, Victoria Law
  • BIRDS AND CAGES, Amy Littlefield’s review of Janet Afary, Sexual Politics in Modern Iran
  • STILL FIGHTING: INTERVIEW WITH JUDI CHAMBERLIN, Betty Reid Mandell

CARD CHECK: LABOR’S CHARLIE BROWN MOMENT? Robert Fitch

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE AMERICAN WORKING CLASS?Dan La Botz

WHY WE NEED A GLOBAL GREEN NEW DEAL, Ashley Dawson

INDIA: GENERAL ELECTIONS (2009) AND THE NEOLIBERAL CONSENSUS, Ravi Kumar

VILLAGE ELECTIONS IN CHINA — DEMOCRACY OR FAÇADE, Richard Levy

IRANIAN WORKERS SAY: “WE HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT OUR UNPAID WAGES”, Yassamine Mather

A MODEST PROPOSAL, Bill Littlefield

THE RESCUE OF BULGARIA’S JEWS IN WORLD WAR II, Rossen Vassilev

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Michael Hirsch, CHRONICLING THE THIRTY YEARS WAR, rev. of Steve Early, Embedded with Organized Labor
  • Melvin Dubofsky, TERRORISTS AND THEIR FOES, rev. of Beverly Gage, The Day Wall St. Exploded
  • George Fish, MIXED BAG: INSIGHTFUL ECOLOGICAL MUCKRAKING TAINTED WITH POLITICAL CORRECTNESS, rev. of Jeffrey St. Clair, Born Under a Bad Sky
  • Michael Löwy, LETTERS FROM BARCELONA, rev. of G.-R. Horn, Letters from Barcelona: An American Woman in Revolution and Civil War
  • Austin McCoy, CROSSING THE STREAM TOGETHER, rev. of Staughton and Alice Lynd, Stepping Stones
  • John Pittman, A HARD-NOSED CASE FOR ETHICAL SOCIALISM, rev. of G. A. Cohen, Why Not Socialism?
  • Jason Schulman, CHALLENGING “AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM,” rev. of Robin Archer, Why Is There No Labor Party in the U.S.?
  • Michael Wreszin, ETERNAL HOSTILITY TO BUNK! rev. of D. Guttenplan, American Radical (I.F. Stone)
  • Alexander Billet, BEATS, RHYMES, AND POWER, rev. of Marcus Reeves, Somebody Scream!

WORDS AND PICTURES

  • Tom Kaczynski with introduction by Kent Worcester