New Politics Vol. XIV No. 4, Whole Number 56

  • From the Editors
  • The Left and the Environmental Crisis
    • The Left and the Environment, Nancy Holmstrom
    • Economic and Ecological Transformation—There Is No Alternative, Jill Stein
    • Shadow Socialism, Christian Parenti
    • The Myths of “Green Capitalism,” Brian Tokar
    • Ecosocialism: Putting on the Brakes Before Going Over the Cliff, Michael Löwy
    • An Open Letter to the Climate Justice Movement, Robin Hahnel
    • Economic and Ecological Crisis in Greece: The Global Context and Syriza’s Solution, Natassa Romanou
    • In the Shadow of the Manhattan Project, Darryl Lorenzo Wellington
  • Europe: Women, Austerity, and Politics
    • Women In Erdogan’s Turkey, Özlem ─░lyas Tolunay
    • Women and Austerity in Britain, Susan Pashkoff
    • Italy After Berlusconi, Stefanie Prezioso
  • Articles
    • “Nothing Is Too Good for the Working Class”: Classical Music, the High Arts, and Workers’ Culture, John Halle
    • Deutscher and the Jews: On the Non-Jewish Jew—An Analysis and Personal Reflection, Samuel Farber
    • Sabaneta to Miraflores: Afterlives of Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, Susan Spronk and Jeffrey R. Webber
  • Book Reviews
    • Canadian Labor Politics—A Personal View, Sid Shniad, review of Benjamin Isitt, Militant Minority: British Columbia Workers and the Rise of a New Left, 1948-1972
    • Pussy Riot, Karie A. Gubbins, review of Stephen Morgan, Pussy Riot vs. Putin: Revolutionary Russia
    • The Arab Revolutions: The Game’s Not Over Yet, Kit Wainer, review of Gilbert Achcar, The People Want
    • Bolshevism in Yiddish, Peter Drucker, review of Elissa Bemporad, Becoming Soviet Jews: The Bolshevik Experiment in Minsk
    • The Leninist Model, Kent Worcester, review of Dave Renton, Socialism from Below
    • Getting Marx Backwards, Gregory Smulewicz-Zucker, review of Jonathan Sperber, Karl Marx: A Nineteenth Century Life
    • Double Secret Privatization, Kenzo Shibata, review of Lawrence Wittner, What’s Going on at Uaardvark?
  • Words and Pictures
    • Amy Pryor, Kent Worcester