New Politics Vol. XVI No. 1, Whole Number 61

  • From the Editors
  • The Foreign Policies of Sanders, Trump, and Clinton: America and the World in 2016 and Beyond, Joanne Landy
  • The Contemporary Crisis of the American Ideology, Dan La Botz
  • Welfare Reform and the Ghost of the “Welfare Queen”, Juan M. Floyd-Thomas
  • Kiddin’ on the Square: The Politics and Poetics of Mose Allison’s Blues, David Cochran
  • The Neo-Colonization of Central America, Jeff Abbott
  • The Struggle Against Syriza’s Austerity Program, Aaron Amaral
  • “The Hammer Blow of the Revolution”: Rosa Luxemburg’s Critique of Bourgeois Democracy, Michael Löwy
  • Feminisms of the Left, Nancy Holmstrom
  • My Experience with C.L.R. James and Correspondence, Reginald Wilson
  • Environment
    • Theses on Saving the Planet, Richard Smith
    • Food Justice + Food Sovereignty: Can the U.S. Food Justice Movement Join the Global Movement?, Nancy Romer and Linda Farthing
  • Obituaries
    • Bogdan Denitch, Jason Schulman
    • Art Lipow, Bogdan Denitch
  • Words & Pictures
    • Donald Rooum, Kent Worcester
  • Reviews
    • After Bernie—Party Time?, David Finkel, review of Martin, Empowering Progressive Third Parties in the United States: Defeating Duopoly, Advancing Democracy
    • Death, Politics, and the Anthropocene, Jamie Munro, review of Scranton, Learning to Die in the Anthropocene
    • Blueprints for the Future, Jason Schulman, review of Campbell, Designing Socialism: Visions, Projections, Models, and Hahnel, Of the People, By the People: The Case for a Participatory Economy
    • Syria Is Burning, But What Fuels the Fire?, Mike Noonan, review of Griffin, Islamic State: Rewriting History and Yassin-Kassab & Al-Shami, Burning Country: Syrians in Revolution and War
    • Secular Stagnation and Rosa Luxemburg’s Breakdown Theory, Barry Finger, review of Hudis, The Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg, Volume I, Economic Writings 1; and Hudis and Le Blanc, The Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg, Volume II, Economic Writings 2
    • Memory and the Movies, Michael Löwy, review of Hedges, World Cinema and Cultural Memory
    • Homage To E.P. Thompson, Joe White, review of Winslow, E.P. Thompson and the Making of the New Left: Essays and Polemics
    • Democracy, From King Hammurabi’s Time to Tomorrow, Stephanie J. Smith, review of Kaplan, Democracy: A World History
    • Radical America, Paul Heideman, review of Brick and Phelps, Radicals in America: The U.S. Left Since the Second World War
    • Workers’ Stories of Their Strikes in China, Dan La Botz, review of Hao Ren, China on Strike: Narratives of Workers’ Resistance