New Politics Vol. XVII No. 1, Whole Number 65

  • From the Editors
  • Walkouts Teach U.S. Labor a New Grammar for Struggle, Lois Weiner
  • What’s Left of the Brazilian Left: Reasons for Cautious Optimism from the Landless Workers Movement, Rebecca Tarlau
  • Special Section: Remembering 1968
    • 1968: The Year of Dangerous Living, Martin Oppenheimer
    • The Columbia Rebellion (1968), Richard Greeman
  • Articles
    • Marxism and Freedom After Sixty Years, For Yesterday and Today, Kevin Anderson
    • Reconnecting Reform and Revolution: Socialists in the Mist, Michael Hirsch
    • Black Neighborhoods Matter: An Interview with Lawrence Brown on Commu-nity Trauma and Healing, Nicole Fabricant
    • Battleground Seattle: A Clash of Classes and a Brewing Perfect Storm, Mathieu Dubeau and Lee Fiorio
    • Inequality was Increasing Before Trump, Rick Baum
    • Our Passive Society, Chris Wright
    • Socialism as Pacifism, Bryant William Sculos
    • Libya Under Gaddafi, Clay Claiborne
  • Words & Pictures
    • Political Visual Narrative, Kent Worcester
  • Reviews
    • What I Saw at the (Political) Revolution, Jason Schulman, Review of Heather Gautney, Crashing The Party: From the Bernie Sanders Campaign to a Progressive Movement
    • Radical America, Dan Georgakas, Review of Paul Le Blanc, Left Americana: The Radical Heart of US History
    • Class Does Matter, Paul Buhle, Review of Steve Fraser, Class Matters: The Strange Career of an American Obsession
    • Labor and the South, Martin Comack, Review of Ribas, On the Line: Slaughterhouse Lives and the Making of the New South