New Politics Vol. XV No. 1, Whole Number 57

  • From the Editors
  • Letters
    • Bennett Muraskin on Sam Farber’s “Deutscher and the Jews”
    • Wayne Price on Christian Parenti’s “Shadow State”
  • The American Scene
    • The Working Class and Left Politics: Back on the American Radar, Dan La Botz
    • Beyond Obamacare: Universalism and Health Care in the Twenty-First Century, A. W. Gaffney
    • The Teachers’ Trifecta: Democracy, Social Justice, Mobilization, Lois Weiner
    • The Chicago Women’s Liberation Rock Band, 1970-1973: A Memoir and Reflection, Naomi Weisstein
    • Aquí Estamos Y No Nos Vamos. Adelina Nicholls: On the Fight for Immigrant Rights, Martha W. Rees
    • Droning On, Fracking The Planet: Foreign Policy In The Obama Era, Dave Finkel
  • The Crisis In Ukraine
    • Ukraine Between a Rock and a Hard Place, Joanne Landy
    • Ukraine: Democratic Aspirations and Interimperialist Rivalry, Kevin B. Anderson
    • Contradictions of the Ruling Class in Ukraine, Sean Larson
  • Articles
    • On Returning to Where the Heart Is [Singer Prize Essay], James Kilgore
    • Argentina: The End of Kirchnerism?, Niall Reddy
    • China’s Emergence as an Imperialist Power, Michael Pröbsting
    • Rosa Luxemburg: Economics for a New Socialist Project, Ingo Schmidt
    • Remembering Doug Ireland, Steve Kindred, and James D. Young, Tom Harrison, Dan La Botz, and the Editors
  • Words And Pictures
    • In Memoriam: Phil Evans, 1946-2014, Kent Worcester
  • Book Reviews
    • Mapping The New Oligarchy, Michael J. Thompson, review of Thomas Piketty, Capital in the Twenty-First Century
    • New Light on the KKK, Martin Oppenheimer, review of David Cunningham, Klansville, U.S.A.: The Rise and Fall of the Civil Rights-Era Ku Klux Klan
    • Sleeping Through the Pirate Raid, Michael Hirsch, review of Dean Starkman, The Watchdog that Didn’t Bark: the Financial Crisis and the Disappearance of Investigative Journalism, and Matt Taibbi, The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap
    • When The Red States Really Were Red, E. Haberkern, review of Matthew Hild, Greenbackers, Knights of Labor, and Populists: Farmer-Labor Insurgency in the Late-Nineteenth-Century South
    • Renegades and Castaways, Kent Worcester, review of Christian Høgsbjerg, C.L.R. James in Imperial Britain; Christian Høgsbjerg, Chris Braithwaite: Mariner, Renegade and Castaway; and C.L.R. James, Toussaint Louverture: The Story of the Only Successful Slave Revolt in History, edited and Introduced by Christian Høgsbjerg