New Politics Vol. XII No. 1, Whole Number 45

From a Co-Editor, Marvin Mandell
Letters
* Horseracing, Desnee Flakes * Reply to Flakes, Martin Oppenheimer * Reply to Oppenheimer, Desnee Flakes (web only) * Alternatives for U.S. Unions, Kim Moody * A Reply to Kim Moody, Manfred . . .

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New Politics Vol. XI No. 4, Whole Number 44

From the Editors, Marvin Mandell and Betty Reid Mandell
Letters
* M. Riben reply to Betty Reid Mandell
* D. Finkel reply to . . .

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New Politics Vol. XI No. 3, Whole Number 43

From the Editors, Marvin Mandell and Betty Reid Mandell
Iraq: Democrats to the Fore, Barry Finger
IMMIGRATION
* Hidden Slaves, Human Rights Center, University of California, Berkeley
. . .

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New Politics Vol. XI, no. 2, Whole Number 42

From the Editors, Marvin Mandell and Betty Reid Mandell
Middle East Developments, Stephen R. Shalom
Is the Bush Administration Fascist?, Matthew W. Lyons
WORKERS’ STRUGGLES

Iranian Workers Fight Back!, Andreas Malm and Shora Esmalian

CBC Unleashed, Karen Wirsig

The World Social . . .

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New Politics, Vol. XI, No. 1, Whole Number 41

From the Editors, Marvin Mandell and Betty Reid Mandell Weather Underground Rises from the Ashes: They’re Baack!, Jesse Lemisch War and Circuses, Bill Littlefield Special Section on Caregiving

Foster Care, Betty Reid Mandell (with notes)
The Wages of Care, Deanne . . .

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New Politics, Vol. X, No. 4, Whole Number 40

Getting Out of Iraq, Gilbert Achcar and Stephen R. Shalom
NP Symposium on Prisons

Introduction, Mark Dow

A Window for Reform, Judith Greene

America’s “Relentless Judicial Machine,” Andrew Hammel

Escaping into Prison with Fox, Lorna A. Rhodes

A Haven for . . .

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New Politics, Vol. X, No. 3, Whole Number 39

The Ambiguous Calm: What is Sharon up to, and can he really get away with it?, Adam Keller
New Politics Symposium on Iraq and the Antiwar Movement

The Resistance and the Antiwar Movement, Anthony Arnove

Iraq and the Third Camp, Barry . . .

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New Politics, Vol. X, No. 2, Whole Number 38

California: The Late Great Golden State, David Jacobs
The 2004 Elections and the Collapse of the Left, Thomas Harrison
The U.S. Occupation of Iraq: Three Perspectives

We are pleased to present three distinct viewpoints on the ongoing U.S. occupation of Iraq. Each contribution . . .

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New Politics, Vol. X, No. 1, Whole Number 37

Iraq: The Case for Immediate U.S. Withdrawal, Joanne Landy
In Defense of Tactical Voting (Sometimes), Stephen R. Shalom
The Dead-End of Lesser-Evilism, Thomas Harrison
Left Politics and Posturing in the Presidential Race, Michael Hirsch
Special Section on Civil Liberties

The State of Our . . .

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New Politics, Vol. IX, No. 4, Whole Number 36

Affirmative Action — 2003, Reginald Wilson
Sharon vs. Arafat: Leader Bashing as Means in the Oppression of a Nation, Adam Keller
The U.S. Occupation of Iraq: Questions for the Peace Movement, Joanne Landy
Immigration in a Global Era, Saskia Sassen
Child Labor in the . . .

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New Politics, Vol. IX, No. 3, Whole Number 35

Editorial Note
Nathan Glazer and the Assassination of Affirmative Action, Stephen Steinberg
Betty Friedan and the Radical Past of Liberal Feminism, Joanne Boucher
Iraq and the Third Camp, Alan Johnson
Julius Jacobson Memorial

Standing Fast: Julius Jacobson, 1922-2003, Barry Finger

Memorial statements, Christopher Phelps and Ernest . . .

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New Politics, Vol. IX, No. 2, Whole Number 34

Iraq: Their Regime Change and Ours, Barry Finger
Statement in Opposition to Saddam Hussein and Against the War in Iraq, Campaign for Peace and Democracy
Discussion and Debate on the “War on Terrorism”: Letters from Richard Greeman, John Halle, David McReynolds, Sam . . .

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New Politics, Vol. IX, No. 1, Whole Number 33

Liberals, the Left & the U.S. War on Democracy, Julius Jacobson
The Wounded Lion: Anatomy of The Israeli Assault, Adam Keller
Palestinian Elections Now, Edward W. Said
No Symmetry: Notes From Israel & “Palestine,” Mark Dow
The Privatization of Everything, Betty R. Mandell (with . . .

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