New Politics Vol. XV No. 4, Whole Number 60

  • From the Editors
  • Washington and Moscow: Halt the Bombing and Stop Supporting Dictators In the Middle East!, Campaign For Peace and Democracy
  • A Discussion of the Sanders Campaign
    • Bernie Sanders and the Dilemma of the Democratic “Party,” Jason Schulman
    • The Sanders Campaign and the Left, Lance Selfa and Ashley Smith
  • Symposium On Inequality
    • Introduction, Riad Azar and Saulo Colón
    • The Systemic Edge: An Interview With Saskia Sassen, Riad Azar and Saulo Colón
    • The Rise of the Servant Society, Michael J. Thompson
    • Debt, Underemployment, and Capitalism: The Rise of 21st-Century Serfdom, Colin Jenkins and Cherise Charleswell
    • The Roots of the Modern/Housing Rental Crisis, Sean Posey
  • C.L.R. James On Oliver Cox’s Caste, Class, and Race
    • Introduction, Paul Ortiz and Derrick White
    • The Class Basis of the Race Question in the United States, at the Institute of the Black World, Atlanta, Georgia, June 16, 1971, C.L.R. James
  • Turkey, Kurdistan, and Rojava
    • Prospects For Turkey: A Historical Perspective, David Johnson
    • A Commune In Rojava?, Alex De Jong
    • The Kurds, Bookchin, and the Need To Reinvent Revolution, Petar Stanchev
  • Articles
    • Who Wins From “Climate Apartheid”? African Climate Justice Narratives About the Paris Cop21, Patrick Bond
    • Wealth Extraction, Governmental Servitude, and Social Disintegration in Colonial Puerto Rico, Argeo T. Quiñones-Pérez and Ian J. Seda-Irizarry
    • Podemos and the 15m Language Community, Antonio Martínez-Arboleda
  • Words & Pictures
    • Radical Art: Art Young and the Cartoons of American Socialism, Michael Mark Cohen
  • Reviews
    • Social Capital and Class, Riad Azar, Review of Putnam, Our Kids: The American Dream In Crisis
    • An Insider’s Look At What It Takes To Get By, Tom Peters, Review of Mckenzie, Getting By: Estates, Class, and Culture In Austerity Britain
    • Who’s In Charge? The Power Structure and Foreign Policy, Marty Oppenheimer, Review of Shoup, Wall Street’s Think Tank: The Council on Foreign Relations and the Empire of Neoliberal Geopolitics 1975-2014
    • What Is This Thing Called Leninism?, Jason Schulman, Review of Le Blanc, Unfinished Leninism
    • The Intelligent Human’s Guide To Socialism, Sandy Boyer, Review of Katch, Socialism … Seriously: A Brief Guide To Human Liberation
    • The Party of “Peace and Justice”, Frank A. Warren, Review of Ross, The Socialist Party of America: A Complete History
    • A Bottom-Up History, Not A Comfortable Reinforcement, Martin Comack, Review of Guillamón, Ready For Revolution: The CNT Defense Committees in Barcelona
    • Happiness Is Political: William Thompson’s Utilitarian Argument for Democratic Work, John W. Lawrence, Review of Kaswan, Happiness, Democracy and the Cooperative Movement: The Radical Utilitarianism of William Thompson