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Vol. I, No. 1 - Vol. XII, No. 2
whole no. 1- whole no. 46
(entries indicate issue number and page number separated by a colon).
(C=correspondence; D=discussion; R=review; S=symposium)
[Note: There were some typographical errors in the page numbers listed in the table of contents and index of issue no. 32; the page numbers of the actual articles are given below.]
- A Brief History of Time (poem), 46:63.
- The Question of Palestine, 44:53.
- The More Women Change (R), 9:172.
- An Impassioned Radical History Lesson (R), 11:187.
Achcar, Gilbert, and Stephen R. Shalom
- Zionism and Peace, 19:95.
- Getting Out of Iraq, 40:5.
Afary, Janet, and Kevin Anderson
- Lessons of the 1979 Iranian Revolution and Its Aftermath (R), 45:91.
Albelda, Randy, and Chris Tilly
- The Intra-Immigrant Dilemma (S), 40:94.
Alexander, Buzz, and Suzanne Gothard
- Marxism's Anniversary, Long Live (a piece of) Marxism! (S), 24:90.
- Is Socialism Still on The Agenda?, 30:123.
- Michael Albert responds (re "Is Socialism Still on the Agenda?"), 30:133.
- Urgency of the Incarcerated (D), 40:36.
- Nationalist Movements in the USSR, 6:133.
- (See Afary, Janet)
- Black Power on Trial, 9:5.
- Hungary: Knocking on Europe's Door, 29:175.
- A Soviet Left-Wing Activist Speaks: An Interview, 3:160.
- An Interview with Subcommandante Insurgente Marcos, 27:115.
- Argentine Grandmothers' Resistance, 31:105.
- The Resistance and the Antiwar Movement (S), 39:21.
- Response to Wadood Hamad [on Iraq], (S), Dec. 2005 (web only)
- The Decline of American Liberalism, 1:53.
- Too Narrow A Focus (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:31.
- Is Socialism Doomed? (R), 6:171.
- A New Stage in History, 8:5.
- Changing the Guard at the Top, Not the Key to Labor's Revival, 28:66.
- Running for Governor of New York State, 34:47.
- James Weinstein: An Obituary, 40:149.
- The Soul of Socialism, 41:122.
- (See Scholl, Ann)
- Reflections of an Immigration Attorney, 37:66.
- Voices from Prison (D), 40:39.
Aysha, Emad El-Din
- Socialism's "Demise" (C), 11:158.
- The Hamas Victory and the New Politics That May Come, 41:86.
- The Sociology and Politics of Orientalism, 42:139.
- America's Soft Power Dysfunctions, 44:100.
Babcock, Janice Regolsky
- Stress on the Long-Term Caregiver (S), 41:46.
- Walter Benjamin: Intellectual, Critic, Visionary, 25:126.
- Left Rally at City Hall (C), 18:218.
- The Law's Relation to History (R), 25:175.
- Looking Back on the Cuban Revolution to Better Assess its Future (R), 41:162.
- East Germany Under the Federal Eagle, 12:115.
- Germany the Stage is Reset, 14:82.
- Need for Class and Social Solidarity, 16:112.
- Germany Remains Divided, 18:67.
- Racist and Anti-Semitic Violence in Germany, 19:123.
- Dismantling Germany's Welfare State, 21:111.
- The East German Civil Rights Movement, 23:98.
- Germany: The War Against Aliens, 25:25.
- The Maastricht Treaty - "NO" (D), 15:93.
- Socialism Is Democracy (S), 30:164.
- The New Unity Partnership, 37:105.
- Does Buhle Ask Union Democracy to Save the World? (D), 38:141.
- After Twelve Years: Where is That Labor-Intellectual Alliance?, 44:106.
- At the SEIU Convention and Beyond, 46:53.
- On Labor's Political Strategy, 33:133.
- Nader and the Right-Wing (C), 30:190.
- On Meyer Schapiro, 20:142.
- The NDP Victory in Ontario, 11:101.
- Canada's Health Care System, 12:101.
- What's Wrong With NAFTA?, 16:80.
- The Canadian Experience, 18:44.
- What's Right with Single Payer (R), 22:185.
- Goddess Mythology in Ecological Politics, 6:84.
- On Feminism and the Retreat from Reason (R), 4:180.
Birch, Thomas H.
- Case Against Market Socialism, 19:157.
- Multiculturalism and Science (R), 37:152.
- Artificial Minds, Virtual Bodies (R), 41:181.
- Bloom Against Democracy (R), 5:168.
- The Manifesto Remains a Guide (S), 24:114.
- History from the Bottom Up (R), 25:166.
- Borrowed Light: Here in the Twentieth Century (poem), 44:82.
- Race and Class (D), 8:12.
- Words and Pictures: Carlo, 37:191.
- What Is Civil Society? (R), 31:175.
Bologh, Roslyn and James Mell
- Marxism - The Divided Legacy (S), 24:122.
- The Spectre of Financial Crisis And the Failure of the Left (S), 24:142.
- History a la Mode (R), 20:173.
- The Wages of Care (S), 41:38.
- After 50 Years: The Spanish Civil War, 1:172.
- Which Way for the U.S. Greens?, 6:71.
- The Communist Manifesto: Insights and Problems (S), 24:69.
- (See Thomas, Martin)
- On Race and Organized Labor (C), 4:220.
- Nicaragua: Anti-Interventionism Does Not Mean Political Support (D), 1:96.
- Ireland and the Politics of Extradition, 16:123.
- The Irish Republican Movement, 17:94.
- An Autopsy on the Provos, 36:86.
- Stephen Jay Gould: An Appreciation, 36:110.
- The End of Keynesian Employment Policy (R), 14:182.
- Zionism and the Future of the Jews, 15:68.
- Harry Chester, 1917-1994 (O), 17:194.
- Jews, the State and Anti-Semitism (R), 18:201.
- Counterposing Reform to Revolution (R), 20:166.
- Demonizing the Germans, 23:109.
- Tribute to Louis Rigaudias, 1911-1999, 28:188.
- The Vatican and the Jewish Plight, 30:80.
- On the Case for Reparations (C), 32:230.
- The Roots of bin Laden (debate on "War on Terrorism") (D), 34:22.
- The Tragedy of German Social Democracy (R), 34:173.
- Classical Fascism (R), 39:181.
- The Nazis and Racial Purity (R), 41:168.
- Lula: New-Style Revolutionary or False Prophet? 35:109.
Brecher, Jeremy, and Tim Costello
- The "National Question" Reconsidered: An Ecological Perspective, 3:95.
- Solidarity and Student Protests in Iran, 36:73.
Brecher, Jeremy, Tim Costello, and Brendan Smith
- Rebelling Against Global Capitalism (R), 25:146.
- A Draft Program for Globalization from Below (S), 30:104.
- (See Ford, Chris)
Bronner, Stephen Eric
- Hill Discounts Larger Context (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:38.
Brooks, George W.
- The Political Theory of Rosa Luxemburg, 4:171.
- Reflections on the End of History, 9:111.
- Confronting Nationalism, 13:60.
- Jews and the German Revolution, 18:83.
- The Enlightenment and its Critics, 19:66.
- Introduction: German Left Today, 19:132.
- Camus and the Paris Intellectuals, 20:150.
- A Rejoinder: Politics or Utopia? (C), 21:146.
- The Legacy of Rosa Luxemburg, 31:162.
- A Reply to David Camfield and Alan Johnson (D), 32:148.
- Moving On: New Replies to New Critics (D) (Debate on the Legacy of Rosa Luxemburg II), 33:224.
- Dialogue Not Dogma: Response to Ismail & Comack (on legacy of Rosa Luxemburg) (C), 34:187.
- Racism and the Drift Toward Oligarchy (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:27.
- An Important Chapter in Labor History (R), 14:189.
- NCLB: A Parent Perspective (S), 38:83.
- After Stalinism, Post Modernism? 9:157.
- Israel and Jewish Self-Identity, 14:40.
- Footnotes to Folly?, 15:173.
- Fraina/Corey and the Middle Class, 17:133.
- Labor, the New Left and After (R), 18:180.
- Pages from Labor History, 19:55.
- Gompers and Globalism, 20:91.
- Insights into Labor Movement (R), 20:185.
- The 1996 Elections: Viewed in Historical Perspective, 22:14.
- Comment (on Third Party Politics) (D), 23:20.
- Albert Shanker: No Flowers, 23:51.
- The Dialectic Reexamined (R), 25:185.
- Paul Buhle responds (re Al Shanker) (C), 25:190.
- Paul Buhle Responds (re Symposium: Organized Labor from Gompers to Sweeney), 28:102.
- Angola & Venezuela and the AFL-CIO, 33:172.
- Labor History and Living History (R), 34:154.
- Fascinating Discoveries (R), 36:175.
- Herman Benson and the New Unity Partnership (D), 38:138.
- Words and Pictures: Nicole Schulman, 38:191.
- Marx and Nature, 31:153.
- The Neoliberal University (R), 39:187.
- Killers for Hire (R), 43:157.
- Argentine Workers’ Takeover (R), 45:97.
- After the Collapse (R), 40:186.
Camarero, Hernán, Pablo Pozzi, and Alejandro Schneider
- Everything You Never Wanted to Know (R), 39:168.
- Who's Afraid of the ICC, 43:106.
Campaign for Peace and Democracy
- A Second Reply to Bronner (D), 32:141.
- Statement in Opposition to Saddam Hussein and Against the War in Iraq, 34:16.
- Anti-War, Social Justice and Human Rights Advocates Oppose Repression in Cuba, 35:99.
- Campaign for Peace and Democracy Protests U.S. Actions Against Cuba, 35:101.
- Statement on Iran, 42:154.
- The Antiwar Movement and Third Party Politics (D), 39:59.
- The Health Care Debacle, 18:27.
- The Great Betrayal in Afghanistan, 41:92.
- Inside the House of Labor (R), 38:181.
- New Right Victory in Italy, 17:14.
- The Manifesto's Libertarian Vision (S), 24:67.
Cazenave, Noel A
- The Gorbachev Interlude, 4:60.
Center for Socialist History Board, The
- On "Racism" and "Racial Oppression" (C), 32:234.
Cha-Jua, Sundiata K.
- Julius Jacobson Memorial Letter (C), 35:72.
Cha-Jua, Sundiata K., and Clarence Long
- Slavery, Racist Violence, And Apartheid: The Case For Reparations, 31:46.
- On the Case for Reparations, Reply to H. Brand (C), 32:232.
- The Rise and Decline of Louis Farrakan, 22:47.
- Racial Knowledge (R), 45:102.
- A Titan of British Revolutionary History (R), 16:178.
- The Uniqueness of Scottish Dissent (R), 23:190.
- Cinematic Confrontations with Feminism, 4:216.
- The Pornography Debate Reconsidered, 5:74.
- Anti-Feminism With Feminist Face (R), 13:175.
- Rethinking the Personal as Political, 25:8.
- A Debate on Sociobiology And Rape, 29:96.
- Relevant, Irrelevant, or Both? (R), 39:138.
- In Memoriam: Ellen Willis, 43:144.
Chiaradia, John E.
- The Democratic Party and the Left (D), 7:10.
- Fusion: The Liberal Snare (D), 23:9.
- The High Schools After Feldman, 11:143.
- Taxation and the Deficit Scam, 23:30.
- On Albert Shanker (C), 26:192.
- The Israeli Settler Mentality, 17:100.
- (Nicaragua Discussion) (D), 5:187.
Cobble, Dorothy Sue
- Condom Confusion, 38:60.
- In Latin America: The New Politics Challenge, 9:16.
- Winning a Welfare Battle and Building Bridges (S), 41:60.
- Introduction to Mario Savio Speech, 39:71.
- The Greening of Dany the Red, interview with Daniel Singer, 5:38.
- Building an Authentic Movement (C), 34:188.
- On Formation of Workers' Councils (C), 34:185.
- A Two-Fisted Critique (R), 37:183.
- Germany: the Revolution that Failed (R), 42:183.
Compton, Mary, and Lois Weiner
- Tony Blair's Education Policy, 40:133.
- Coping with Globalization (R), 20:170.
- Terrorism and Modernity (R), 45:107.
- Architect Of Illusion (R), 46:142.
- (See Brecher, Jeremy.)
Crane, Margaret Willig
- There is Good News and Bad News (D), 40:45.
- An Atlas for Our Time (R), 26:164.
- The British Labor Left Reviewed, 5:159.
Cruse, Harold W.
- The Politics of the Cairo Declaration, 35:120.
- Race and Class (D), 8:43.
- Dwight Macdonald in the 1940s, 1:213.
- Policy Shifts (R), 37:141.
- Blend of Caution and Optimism (R), 17:180.
- The Alienation of C. Wright Mills (C), 30:192.
- Resistance, Disarmament and the Army, 5:154.
- Capitalism in Iran, 42:135.
- The Fraud of "New Labor" (S) 30:155.
- Return of Limits, 43:94.
- Can the Left Ignore Gay Liberation? (S), 45:28.
- The Nicaraguan Revolution Deserves Critical Support (D), 1:87.
- Really Existing Nationalism, 15:121.
- The Shame and Scandal of Apologias for Atrocities (D), 34:88.
Di Leonardo, Micaela, and Roger Lancaster
- Beyond Market Socialism, 8:105.
Dickerson, Dennis C.,
- Chiapas: Foreshadowing a Massacre, 27:125.
- "Seattle on the Tarn": French Solidarity Against Capitalist Globalization (S), 30:111.
- On Race and Organized Labor (C), 4:220.
- How the Labor Movement Got Away From Us (R), 36:166.
- Gorbachev and Czechoslovakian Reform, 7:137.
- E. P. Thompson and William Blake, 17:167.
- A Left Interventionist View, 28:16.
- Toward an Anti-Capitalist Globe, 32:69.
- Cruel, Unusual, and Unconstitutional, 39:57.
Downs, Laura Lee
- Ideal Israel: The Education of An American Jew, 11:49.
- U.S. Savagery in Haiti, 16:10.
- Refugee Policy Supports Haiti's Killers, 17:14.
- Occupying and Obscuring Haiti, 18:12.
- The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, 21:84.
- "Somos los abandonados!" (R), 22:180.
- Voluntary Consent (R), 26:167.
- Police State Patriotism, 32:66.
- No Symmetry: Notes from Israel and "Palestine", 33:67.
- Roundups, Detentions, and Other Phantoms of Lost Liberty, 37:57.
- Constitutional but Wrong?, 39:55.
- Introduction [to symposium on prisons] (D), 40:11.
- (See also Fuller, Anne; Worcester, Kent)
- The Need for Feminist Struggle Persists (R), 22:177.
- The Two Souls of Socialism, 9:129.
- North African Intellectuals and the Gulf War, 11:37.
- Racism and Anti-Racism in France, 12:61.
- Sidney Hook: Marxist Pioneer (R), 25:137.
- Julius Jacobson Memorial Letter (C), 35:71.
- The CP and CIO - 1 (C), 37:137.
- Mobilizing Immigrants and Blacks (S), 40:98.
- Reinventing a Queer Left (S), 46:7.
- Gay Leftie Seeks Straight Friends (S), 45:32.
- After Wojtyla (D), 40:76.
Early, Steve, and Wilson, Rand
- A Working Class Legend (R), 25:141.
- Rise and Fall of the "New Communist Movement" (R), 34:168.
- The Crisis in Organized Labor (R), 45:110.
- U.S. Health Care Reform, 12:109.
- Anti-Intervention and the Left, 3:4.
- Reply (Anti-Intervention and the Left) (D), 4:16.
- Reply (Nicaragua Discussion) (D), 5:189.
- Editorial Note, 35:5.
- Beyond Civil Society (S), 24:83.
- The Centrality of International Socialism (R), 26:170.
- Whither a New Internationalism? (R), 33:236.
- Postmodernism and the Left, 22:130.
- Interpreting the World (Without Necessarily Changing It) (S), 24:107.
- The Spanish Civil War and Communist "Takeovers", 4:152.
- Nationalism: Barrier to Progress, 15:105.
- Intellectual Roots of Fascism (R), 18:188.
- A Scholarly History of the KGB, (R), 28:178.
- Julius Jacobson Memorial Statement, 35:69.
- Blame it on Bolshevism (R), 36:182.
- Reply to Bennett Muraskin (C), 37:139.
- (See Malm, Andreas)
- Haiti: The Crisis Persists, 31:122.
- In Affirmative Action Numbers Count (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:35.
- Feminism against Fundamentalism, 18:63.
- Dissent and Concurrence (Anti-Intervention and the Left) (D), 4:9.
- Blacks in Cuba (R), 9:193.
- A Democratic Political Principle, 15:144.
- Cuba: The One-Party State Continues, 19:116.
- Illusion of Revolution from Above, 20:112.
- The Resurrection of Che Guevara, 25:108.
- Cuba Today And Prospects For Change, 29:164.
- The State and Ruling Classes: A Marxist View (R), 30:187.
- A Tribute to Daniel Singer, 31:173.
- Cuba Today: An Interview with Samuel Farber, 35:73.
- Raul's Cuba, 43:80. [Spanish]
- Black Nationalism in South Africa, 16:59.
- The Intellectual as Outsider (R), 19:87.
- Black Strategies of Resistance (R), 21:191.
- The New Eurocentrism, 10:113.
- Self-Determination: As a Contingency Principle, 15:137.
- The Human Rights Agenda (R), 38:162.
- (See Landy, Joanne)
- German Social Democracy Today (S), 19:143.
- The Mythology of Industrial Unionism, 5:55.
- Soviet Workers Re-enter History, 8:128.
- The Market: Soul of Russian Redemption?, 12:50.
- 194,558 Votes, 33:145.
- Eliminating Hierarchy from Work (D), 13:110.
- The Democratic Party: No substitute for a Party of the Left, 14:5.
- Dr. Clinton's House of Pain, 15:5.
- Peace Now? (D), 16:45.
- The Mean Season, 18:5.
- Was Russia A Workers' State?, 18:168.
- Racism and Affirmative Action, 19:23.
- On Bureaucratic Collectivism, 23:142.
- Paul Robeson: A Flawed Martyr, 25:132.
- History & Relevance of the Russian Question (R), 26:180.
- Kosovo--Between Milosevic and NATO, 27:23.
- Where Did Paul Robeson Stand?, 27:128 .
- The Struggle for Palestine, 30:75.
- Barry Finger comments (re "Is Socialism Still on the Agenda?"), 30:131.
- Michael Harrington's Pilgrimage: From Third Camp to The Democratic Party, 31:168.
- In Answer to Jason Schulman (D), 32:106.
- Rosa Redux Ad Absurdum (D), 33:213.
- Their Regime Change and Ours, 34:5.
- Standing Fast: Julius Jacobson, 1922-2003, 35:59.
- Self-determination and Democracy in the Iraqi Conflict, 38:23.
- Iraq and the Third Camp (S), 39:23.
- Iraq: Democrats to the Fore, 43:6.
- The Poverty of Education (R), 13:186.
Finkel, David, et al.
- The Trap of Lesser-Evilism, 20:4.
- Clinton and the Shame of the Left, 21:5.
- Whose Millenium?, an Essay Review, 27:94.
- Jewish Fundamentalism and the Roots of Israeli Apartheid, 28:30.
- David Finkel Responds (C), 29:195.
- A Left for Real? (R), 30:182.
- "Anti-Semitism and Socialism": A Reply to Sherry Gorelick (C), 44:6.
Finkelstein, Norman G.
- Dissent from six sponsors (Anti-Intervention and the Left) (D), 4:5.
Fisher, Bob, and Kling, Joe
- Zionist Orientations: Prelude to Disaster, 5:16.
- Israel and the "Scourge" of Palestinian Moderation, 7:75.
- Israel and Iraq: A Case Study in Hypocrisy, 10:20.
- Prospects for the New Social Movements, 10:71.
- British Labor: More Questions Than Answers, 4:145.
- The Roots of Poverty, 38:71.
- Is Class Relevant? (R), 40:180.
Fitzpatrick, Catherine A.
- The Assassination of New York, 16:130.
- Is New York Still a Labor Town?, 18:35.
- Our Labor Leaders Need French Lessons, 21:44.
- Sweeney Among the Warlords, 22:152.
- How the August Coup Failed, 12:42.
- The Literary Front in the Soviet Reform Struggle, 4:80.
- Class Power in Soviet Society, 8:157.
- Perestroika and Soviet Neo-Liberalism, 9:174.
Ford, Chris, and David Broder
- Horseracing (C), 45:6.
- The Taste of Oranges, 46:64.
Foreman, Jr., James
- The Socialist Challenge for British Labour Party Leadership: Interview with John McDonnell, M.P., 43:113.
- Fighting Against the Tide: Defending Racial Preferences, 13:171.
- On Socialism and the Multicultural Society, 13:41.
- A New Social Pact in Colombia?, 17:52.
- Journeys into Death, Belonging, and Hope (R), 27:166.
- Socialism or Barbarism (R), 26:185.
- A Future for Marxism (S), 24:95.
Friedman, Samuel R.
- A Wonderful Critique (debate on "War on Terrorism") (D), 34:21.
- Julius Jacobson Memorial Letter (C), 35:71.
- Social Networks, Struggle, and How People Make History: But Not “Social Capital” (C), 45:8.
Fuller, Anne, and Dow, Mark
- New Politics: A Poem (Poem), 43:148.
- Babble On: Walter Benjamin and Bertolt Brecht on the Radio as Medium, Method, Message, and Metaphor, 44:117.
- Military Terror in Haiti, 13:6.
- Engendering Transition in Russia: an Interview with Valerie Sperling, 29:122.
- Romania: Regaining Consciousness in the Recovery Room, 10:154.
- Inside the New World Order, 17:107.
- 0 (S), 46:12.
- Blind Faith (R), 36:160.
- Hero of Reason (R), 41:145.
- Finland is Soft on Crime, 43:54.
- Flawed Masterpiece (R), 7:177.
- An Iconoclastic Rebel (R), 29:186.
- Dan Geary Responds (to Cushman on Mills) (C), 30:193.
- Revisiting New Left Thought (R), 34:160.
- The Democratic Soul of Socialism (R), 14:191.
- Anton Pannekoek and Emancipatory Socialism, 5:119.
- Reformism Without Reforms (S), 30:160.
- Where Will Obama Go?, 46:38.
- A War May Be On Its Way, 7:89.
- Thoughts on the After-War Gulf, 11:25.
- Netanyahu as a Reality, 24:39.
Gilbert, Carl, and Greeman, Richard
- Oaxaca Uprising, 42:56.
- Additional Dissent (Anti-Intervention and the Left) (D), 4:4.
- A Sober View on Capitalism (R), 43:153.
Ginsburg, Helen Lachs, and Marguerite G Rosenthal
- Anthropology and Political Economy (R), 27:170.
- The Ups and Downs of the Swedish Welfare State (S), 41:70.
- Class Is A Missing Element (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:58.
- Black Workers and the Labor Movement, 4:115.
- C.L.R. James: A Recollection, 8:78.
- Slavery and Capitalism (C), 13:167.
- The Nature of World War II (D), 25:191.
- The CP and CIO - 2 (C), 37:137.
- "Wage Slaves" and "White Niggers", 11:64.
- Race, Class and History, 14:40.
- The Abandonment of Black America, 20:67.
- Nathan Glazer and Multiculturalism, 23:69.
- Black Resistance in the Age of Jim Crow, 27:71.
- Stirring Things Up, or Reeding Black Politics, 29:83.
- The Universality of Marx, 8:85.
- A Reply to Stephen Eric Bronner: Renaissance or Enlightenment (C), 21:137.
- The CIA and the Portuguese Revolution (R), 22:189.
- The Anti-colonial Movement in Vietnam, 23:135.
- A Tribute to The Manifesto (S), 24:46.
- Moishe Postone's Dialectic of the Abstract (R), 41:175.
- Marx's Mixed Legacy: Anti-Semitism and Socialism (R), 43:137.
- Response To Finkel & Muraskin: Focus On The Lessons (C), , Feb. 2008 (web only).
Gould IV, William B.
- (See Alexander, Buzz)
- A Powerful Indictment Lacking Balance, 28:83.
- From the Belgian Congo to the "War on Terror", 41:105.
- Victor Serge: Writer and Witness, 2:202.
- Reflections on '68 and Beyond, 5:26.
- Victor Serge and the Russian Revolution, 14,140.
- Response to "Libertarians" and Bolsheviks, 15:170.
- An Expression of Socialist Internationalism (debate on "War on Terrorism") (D), 34:19.
- Victor Serge: Portrait of a Revolutionary, 34:116.
- Alice in Imperialand, 43:67.
- Utopia: A Bet You Can’t Refuse, 46:97.
- (See also Gilbert, Carl.)
- A Window for Reform (D), 40:13.
- Vietnam: Miners and the Market, 25:38.
Grossman, Richard L.
- Looking Back at Baden (R), 45:116.
- On the Peace and Environmental Movements (C), 3:193.
- UPS Strike: A Landmark Victory, 24:27.
- Electoral Agnosticism and the Greens (C), 35:166.
- A Reply to Stanford Lyman, 29:51.
- Five Years of the PDS (S), 19:135.
Hagar, Mark, M.
- "Libertarians" and Bolsheviks, 15:167.
- What's the Law Got To Do With It?, 13:115.
- A View from the Strategic Left, 2:169.
- Globalization: Beyond Reaction, Thinking Ahead (S), 29:31.
- Imperialism, Human Rights and Protectionism (S), 30:90.
- In Search of Economic Justice: A Reply (C), 42:157.
- Can the Tide Be Turned? (R), 7:182.
- Which Side Are You On? (R), 11:190.
- Labor Law and Workers' Rights, 13:122.
- The Best Citizens of New Haven (R), 31:180.
- A Necessary Lesson (debate on "War on Terrorism") (D), 34:19.
- Playing to Win in the Post-ABB Era (D), 39:61.
- Unraveling Iraq: The Sociopolitical and Ethical Dimensions of Resistance, 38:27.
- Struggling for Progress, In Iraq! (S), 39:26.
- Reply to Anthony Arnove [on Iraq] (S), Dec. 2005 (web only)
Hammond, John L.
- America's "Relentless Judicial Machine" (D), 40:16.
- The Nicaraguan Revolution Deserves Enthusiastic Support, 1:75.
- The World Social Forum and the Emergence of Global Grassroots Politics, 42:38.
- Latin America: A Resurgent Left?, 44:40.
- China And The Third Camp, 29:141.
- A Haven for Refugees in Pennsylvania (D), 40:27.
- Smuggling for the ANC: A Politically Incorrect Account, 44:74.
- The Peace Movement Needs a Democratic Foreign Policy, 2:7.
- So Much Seemed Possible, 5:33.
- In Solidarity with Bosnia, 15:149.
- Somalia and U.S. Imperial Policy, 16:5.
- Bosnia: Against Intervention, 17:5.
- The Cold Peace in Bosnia, 20:8.
- The 1996 Elections: Angry Voters with No Place to Go, 22:5.
- Rejoinder to Reynolds and Chester (on Third Party Politics) (D), 23:15.
- France (1789-94): The Mother of Revolutions, 25:46.
- For a Political Alternative to Clintonism, 27:63.
- Election 2000: Infamy and Hope, 30:5.
- The Democrats: No Way to Fight the Right (S), 31:7.
- Only a Democratic Foreign Policy Can Combat Terrorism, 32:23.
- Exchange on the Afghan War (C), 33:239.
- The Dead-End of Lesser-Evilism, 37:19.
- The 2004 Elections and the Collapse of the Left, 38:13.
- Response (on Third Parties) (D), 39:69.
Harrison, Thomas, and Joanne Landy
- Socialism and Homosexuality (S), 46:16.
- (See also Landy, Joanne.)
Hartsock, Nancy C.M.
- Symposium on Gays and the Left (Part I) (S), 45:10.
- Reconstituting Marxism for the '80s, 2:83.
- Living the Truth in Prague: An Interview, 3:112.
- The Potential of the Green Movement, 5:85.
- The Democratic Party and the Left (D), 7:27.
- Are the Greens Ready for Success?, 27:40.
- A Green Perspective on Ralph Nader And Independent Political Action (S), 29:43.
- The Nader Campaign and the Future of the Greens, 30:19.
- Howie Hawkins Responds (to Berlet on Nader) (C), 30:191.
- Blame the Democrats, Not the Greens (S), 31:22.
- Class and Cultural Politics and the Greens, 32:117.
- Another Response to Jason Schulman (D), 32:113.
- More War, No Debate: Progressives Give Clinton a Free Pass, 42:111.
- Alliances Needed (S), 40:100.
Herman, Edward S.
- British Labor Moves Right, 2:178.
Herman, Edward S., and David Peterson
- Taking Issue with Lemisch's Article (C), 23:192.
- The Reopening of Marx's System (S), 24:132.
- The Threat of Globalization, 26:40.
- Jacobson's Lesson in Chauvinism and Intolerance (debate on "War on Terrorism") (D), 34:26.
Walls and the Hegemonic Truth (on Serbian atrocities) (D), 34:98.
- Unarmed or Disarmed? (R) 18:196.
- The Militarization of Police, 42:153.
- Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor: The Opposition to Affirmative Action, 2:31.
- Reply to comments, 3:61.
- Meany, Reuther and the 1964 Civil Rights Act, 25:82.
- Lichtenstein's Fictions Revisited: Race and the New Labor History, 26:148.
- Chinese Immigrant Workers and the Contemporary Labor Movement, 28:149.
- The Mob And Labor-Management Corruption in The Garment Industry, 29:68.
- Race and the Steelworkers Union, 32:174.
- Ambitious Analysis of Social Movements (R), 5:182.
- Conscientious Objection in Israel, 31:100.
- The Democratic Party and the Left (D), 3,5.
- The Left: New and Old (R), 10:190.
- N.Y.C.'s Fiscal Crisis, 17:158.
- Job-Selling at the Janitors' Local, 22:159.
- Union Politicking in the N.Y.C. Elections, 24:32.
- The Vendetta Against Open Enrollment, 25:13.
- They Won and We Lost -- But Why?, 28:99.
- The War at Home, 32:43.
- Liberals Amid the Wreckage of the 2002 Elections, 34:43.
- Response to Bob Guldin (C), 35:166.
- Left Politics and Posturing in the Presidential Race, 37:31.
- Finger Pointing Toward "Freedom Now!" (S), 40:102.
- Socialists, Democrats, and Political Action: It’s the Movements That Matter Most, 42:117.
- Comment (on Pavone-Scott review on Shanker) (D), 46:67.
- (See also Tasini, Jonathan)
- Racism Unbound in the Land of the Magyars, 14:69.
- Comeback of the Communists, 18:79.
Holgate, Brandynn, and Jennifer Shea
- It's Not Easy Being Green, 5:106.
- (Nicaragua Discussion) (D), 5:188.
- "Change The World Without Taking Power," 33:175.
- Power and Democracy: More than a Reply to Michael Löwy, 36:138.
- Socialism as Self-Emancipation (S), 24:137.
- The Abortion Debate in Poland, 8:98.
- Liberty vs. Security? Lessons from the First Red Scare, 37:89.
- A Defeat for the Palestinian People (D), 16:20.
- Rabin's Assassination, 20:20.
- The Al Aqsa Intifada: Taking off the Masks, 30:62.
- Iraq and the Idea of Freedom (S), 39:29.
Hughes, Heather Lauren
- Rank and File Metalworker Militancy in France and Britain, 1890-1918, 35:138.
- U.S. Libraries and the "War on Terrorism", 37:85.
Human Rights Center, University of California, Berkeley
- Initial Steps (R), 38:168.
- Hidden Slaves, 43:11.
- Industrial Relations Legislation and the British Labor Movement (S), 2:151.
- Serbia's Historic Defeat, 15:161.
- Introductory Note to Onfray (D), 40:50.
- Socialism and Gay Liberation: Back to the Future (S), 46:27.
- California: The Late Great Golden State, 38:5.
- The Politics of Austerity in Ireland, 15:42.
- Why Private Ryan Did Not Save Us from Vietnam (film review), 26:188.
- Camping Out: Roberto Benigni's "Life Is Beautiful" (film review), 27:192.
- Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut" (film review), 28:184.
- Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday" (film review), 29:182.
- Three Vietnam Documentaries: 25th Anniversary (film review), 31:191.
- Boys as Toys: Steven Spielberg's "AI: Artificial Intelligence" (film review), 32:235.
- The Cinematic Sixties (R), 34:181.
- A Perusable Joy (R), 35:180.
- Matrix Reloaded and X-2: Oh So Retro (R), 35:187.
- Yesterday's Desperados (R), 36:188.
- The Passion of Robert McNamara, or Sympathy for the Devil? (R), 37:186.
- Hearts and Minds Redux (R), 38:184.
- The Fuhrer's Fury (R), 40:188.
- War and a Piece of the Action (Film Review), 42:172.
- It's Not East Being Green (Film Review), 43:149.
- Torturers in Pinstripe Suits (Film review), 44:127.
- Last Exit to Utopia: Pasolini’s Cinema, 45:55.
Jacobson, Julius, and Phyllis Jacobson
- Socialism and the Third Camp, 1:5.
- Glasnost and the Cult of Gorbachev, 3:140.
- The System in Disarray, 4:35.
- The Duality of the Jackson Campaign, 5:5.
- Sink with the Democrats or Build an American Left, 6:5.
- The Democratic Party and the Left (D), 7:37.
- Beijing to Moscow: The Cracks Widen, 7:101.
- The Collapse of Totalitarianism, 8:137.
- The Gulf Crisis: Villains and Victims, 10:5.
- Pax Americana: The New World Order, 11:5.
- A Year of Retreat and Hope, 12:4.
- Notes On Self-Determination, 13:49.
- The Russian Question Remains, 18:125.
- The 'Russian Question' and WWII, 19:164.
- Is the Working Class Passé,?, 20:19.
- The USSR and the Nature of World War II, 21:176.
- The Russian Question and American Socialism, 23:151.
- Introduction [Symposium on The Communist Manifesto] (S), 24:46.
- The Nature of World War II (D), 25:192.
- Self-Determination Without Strings, 27:33.
- Revising History of Cold War Liberals, 28:166.
- Liberals, the Left & the U.S. War on Democracy, 33:5.
- Response to Critics (debate on "War on Terrorism") (D), 34:28.
- A Letter to President Havel, 11:142.
- Irving Howe 1920-1993:15:194.
- Comments on "The Russian White House Won and Lost," 16:154.
- Response to Kit Wainer (D), 17:191.
- The "Americanization" of the Communist Party, 1:152.
- Love and Freedom (R), 6:181.
- Black Outrage in Los Angeles, 13:4.
- Two Invented Lives (R), 23:182.
- After Tiananmen: The Independent Workers Movement Lives, 8:93.
- The Russian White House Won and Lost, 16:141.
- Russia: The Silence of the Lambs, 18:100.
- The Third Camp as History and a Living Legacy, 27:135.
- The Politics of Richard Rorty, 29:103.
- The Cultural Cold War, 31:140.
- A Critical Reply to Stephen E. Bronner (D), 32:128.
- Iraq and the Third Camp, 35:33.
- The Media and Yugoslavia: A Reply to David Walls (on Serbian atrocities) (D), 34:93.
- Herbert Hill and the ILGWU, 38:118.
- Another American Dilemma (S), 40:107.
Jones, Lynn, and Mastnak, Tomaz
- Nationalism and the Self, 15:111.
- Democracy after Communism: An Interview with Jan Litynski, 9:95.
- Isadora Duncan with introduction by Kent Worcester (R), 46:159.
- A Tale of Two Movements (R), 25:161.
- Black Intellectuals in Conflict (D), 20:52.
- Is the Return of Stalin Possible?, 6:125.
- Mass Strikes in the Soviet Union, 8:116.
- Intellectuals Against the Intelligentsia, 9:80.
- The Soviet Union: Preface to Chaos, 10:174.
- Yeltsin's Successful Coup, 12:27.
- New Regime, New Calamities, 13:81.
- Gulag: An American Tragedy (R), 42:176.
- (See Petrova, Dimitrina.)
- Leaving Public Schools Behind (S), 38:89.
- A Dangerous Ingnorance (R), 37:144.
- Canada's Viable Opposition, 4:124.
- Race and Class (D), 8:37.
- On Rescuing Socialism (R), 12:189.
Kaye, Harvey J.
- In Central and East Europe: Repression, Resistance, Hope, 2:118.
- Schooling for a Democratic America (R), 15:187.
- A Tribute to E. P. Thompson (1924-1993), 16:156.
- Fight What Power? (R), 37:179.
- Social Divisions and Political Paradoxes in Israel, 2:97.
- Sephardim and Ashkenazim-Ethnic and Social Conflict, 3:173.
- Israel and the Palestinians, 5:41.
- Year of the Dinosaur: Israeli Upheavals in 1990, 10:54.
- The Middle East Peace Process, 12:12.
- Israel: Uneasy Marriage of Peaceniks and Pragmatists, 14:22.
- Itzhak Rabin: Brutal Peacemaker (D), 16:34.
- Netanyahu and the Palestinians, 22:105.
- Israel: the Uphill Struggle for Peace, 26:57.
- The Middle East: Hope Is a Scarce Commodity, 31:87.
- The Wounded Lion: Anatomy of the Israeli Assault, 33:32.
- Sharon vs. Arafat: Leader Bashing as Means in the Oppression of a Nation, 36:11.
- The Ambiguous Calm, 39:5.
Kelley, Robin D. G.
- Black Intellectuals in Conflict (D), 20:55.
- The Million Man March: The Specter of Nationalism (D), 21:13.
- No Sweat: Student, Labor and the Global Economy (S), 30:118.
- Muckraking in a Low-Wage World (R), 32:208.
Kennedy, Marie, and Chris Tilly
- Class Struggle: A Poem (D), 40:93.
- South Sudan: Border of Chad (Poem), 41:138.
- Chicken Feathers, 45:67.
- Making Sense of Latin America's "Third Left", 44:11.
- (See also Tilly, Chris)
- The French Socialists and Anti-Semitism, 14:119.
- Monitoring Women and Children in U.S. Prisons (D), 40:32.
- The Demise of French Socialism, 1:137.
- French Intellectuals (R), 17:184.
- Reflections in a Movie Theater, 5:131.
King, Jackie Dee
- A Provocative Study of the Constitution (R), 32:221.
- Armageddon Blues (R), 43:131.
- Stealing Our Schools, 45:69.
Kirk, Eric V.
- The Hungarian Revolution, 1956, 1:193.
- Negotiating Feminism (R), 27:188.
- (See Fisher, Bob.)
Korgen, Kathleen Odell
- On Speaking the German Language, 42:128.
- With The Best of Intentions (R), 39:160.
- Leaving Asia Minor: A Poem (Poem), 43:146.
- Al Shanker: Another View (D), 25:188.
- The Feminist Movement in India, 5:148.
- The Teamsters Victory: a Successful Strategy, 13:155.
- Mexico: Is the System Finished?, 4:133.
- Denies Charges of Protectionism (C), 13:168.
- Mexico in Transition . . . to What?, 31:108.
- The Immigration Rights Movement: Between Political Realism and Social Idealism, 43:24.
- Worker Centers: Their Achievements and Their Limitations (R), 45:120.
- In the Shadow of Cairns (R), 37:176.
- The Strike at Yale, 21:61.
- (See Di Leonardo, Micaela.)
Landy, Joanne, and Oliver Fein
- The Peace Movement Needs a Democratic Foreign Policy, 2:7.
- Reply to Niemczyk Open Letter, 4:204.
- "Family Values" and the Shorter Work Week (R), 24:183.
- Self-Determination and Diplomacy 27:27.
- Moving Backwards with Clinton (R), 27:182.
- Self-Determination, Not Intervention, 28:25.
- Symposium on Globalization: Hard Questions For The Left: Introduction (S), 29:12.
- Introduction (Symposium: The Nader Campaign and the Future of Independent Politics), 31:5.
- More Discussion on the Democratic Party, Reply to S. Shalom (C), 32:230.
- James Petras Goes Over the Top on Cuba and the Left, 35:95.
- The U.S. Occupation of Iraq: Questions for the Peace Movement, 36:19.
- Iraq: The Case for Immediate U.S. Withdrawal, 37:5.
- Immediate U.S. Withdrawal and the Hope for Democracy in Iraq (S), 39:31.
- President Obama’s Foreign Policy: The Change We Really Want?, 46:42.
- (See also Harrison, Thomas)
- (See also Tasini, Jonathan)
- We Can Do It!: The Case for Single Payer National Health Insurance
Landy, Joanne, and Thomas Harrison
Landy, Joanne, Thomas Harrison, and Stephen R. Shalom
- Introduction (S), 46:7.
Lawrence, John W.
- High Times: Revisiting the New Left (R), 36:170.
- Hard Work: Remaking the Labor Movement (R), 39:163.
- The Mythology of Free Trade, 16:70.
- Democratic Worker Cooperatives, 33:116.
- A Real Constitutional Crisis, Kent Worcester Interviews Daniel Lazare, 30:27.
- Is the United States a Political Democracy? (R), 34:163.
Le Blanc, Paul
- Civil War in Yugoslavia, 12:134.
- Why Should We Care What Rosa Luxemburg Thought? (D), 33:200.
- Bolshevism and Revolutionary Democracy (R), 46:128.
- Angry White Men on the Left, 22:97.
- Reply to Herman (C), 23:193.
- A Movement Begins: The Washington Protest, 29:5.
- Nader vs. the Big Rock Candy Mountain (S), 31:12.
- The Snare of Pre-Modern Romanticism, 32:124.
- Historians, Repression, and the Iraq War, 37:101.
- Art for the People? Christo and Jeanne-Claude's "The Gates", 39:82.
- Weather Underground Rises from the Ashes, 41:7.
- Workers, Students, Intellectuals in China's Democracy Movement, 9:41.
- Yugoslavia: Reform Without Democracy, 7:152.
- An Unbalanced Rendering (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:53.
- Walter Reuther in Black and White: a Rejoinder to Herbert Hill, 26:133.
- The Failed Critics of American Socialism (R), 34:141.
- Communist-Led Unions (R), 36:154.
- Reply to Drucker and Gladstone (C), 37:138.
- Did 1968 Change History?, 46:87.
- Iraqi Sanctions: Myth and Fact, 32:79.
Lipski, Jan Josef
- Hal Draper: A Tribute, 9:126.
- Notes On Poland in Transition, 9:88.
- Breaking Into the Boys’ Club (R), 45:123.
- War and Circuses, 41:14.
- Mexico Trumped MLB Racism (R), 45:126.
- Olympic Dream (poem) (poem), 46:79.
- A Historic Turning Point, 7:119.
- (See Cha-Jua, Sundiata K.)
- Women in Post-Communist Society (R), 16:175.
- Women and Children First (R) 18:206.
- New York Intellectuals and the Cultural Cold War, 1945-1950, 2:156.
- Mr. Right [Sidney Hook] (R), 4:212.
- The Quebec-Canada Crisis, 13:27.
- Dwight Macdonald and the Left (R), 18:53.
- Quebec: Referendum Aftermath, 20:44.
Lummis, C. Douglas
- Max Shachtman and His Left (R), 18:193.
- The Wager of Lucien Goldmann (R), 19:188.
- On Ignazio Silone, 20:131.
- Kafka and Libertarian Socialism, 23:120.
- Past and Present of The Manifesto (S), 24:161.
- The Only True Emancipation (R), 35:177.
- Just an Answer to John Holloway, 36:142.
- Iconoclastic Utopianism (R), 41:173.
- Marx and Weber: Critics of Capitalism, 42:146.
- (See also Sayre, Robert Woods)
Lyman, Stanford M.,
- Concerning a Small Matter of Definition, 37:74.
- Why Not Have Empire?, 38:53.
- On Race and Organized Labor (C), 4:220.
- The "Chinese Question" and American Labor Historians, 28:113.
- Engels Was Right! Organized Labor's Opposition to Chinese in the U.S., 29:60.
- Torture, Empire,and the Fourth Estate (R), 41:156.
Lyons, Matthew W.
- Missed Opportunities (R), 20:179.
- The Dayton Strike, 21:55.
- Waiting for Sweeney, 28:92.
- Alternative Unionism (R), 38:178.
- No Blank Checks (S), 39:33.
- The Gun in the Poem, 45:53.
- Employees and Servants, 13:149.
- Race and Class (D), 8:31.
- Black Working Class Resistance in South Africa, 1:38.
- The New International Working Class, 13:134.
- The Case of Yugoslavia, 15:98.
- Cultism on the Left (R), 20:182.
Malm, Andreas, and Shora Esmalian
- The Politics of The Disability Rights Movement, 31:65.
- Empowering People with Disabilities (S), 41:55.
Mandell, Betty Reid
- Iranian Workers Fight Back!, 42:26.
Mandell, Betty Reid, and Marguerite G Rosenthal
- A Gender-Lens on Welfare (R) 9:180.
- Shredding the Safety Net, 19:8.
- Downsizing the Welfare State, 22:33.
- Falling Through the Safety Net, 26:10.
- Welfare Reform: the War Against the Poor, 30:37.
- Welfare Reform After 9/11, 32:53.
- The Privatization of Everything, 33:83.
- The Future of Caretaking, 34:61.
- You've Been Well Cared For, 36:136.
- Diminishing Welfare: A Review Essay (R), 37:158.
- Women, Family, Welfare and Work (R), 39:142.
- Foster Care (S), 41:18.
- Adoption, 42:63.
- Rural Perspectives on Gay Marriage (C), 42:169.
- Homeless Shelters: A Feeble Response to Homelessness, 43:34.
- Family Policies in Post-Communist Nations (R), 45:128.
- (See also Mandell, Marvin)
- Interview with Gwendolyn Mink (S), 41:79.
Mandell, Marvin, and Betty Reid Mandell
- Two Faulty Parallels (Anti-Intervention and the Left) (D), 4:27.
- Canon on the Left, 21:123.
- In Defense of Social Security, 23:21.
- Clinton: Two Mysteries, 25:5.
- Clinton's Enemies, 26:5.
- The Presidential Primaries, 28:5.
- Marvin Mandell comments (re "Is Socialism Still on the Agenda?"), 30:129.
- An Engaging Memoir (R), 31:188.
- A Large and Dangerous Movement (R), 32:216.
- The Distribution of Wealth And Marxist Humanism, 33:101.
- The Logic of Holy War (R), 36:
- From a Co-Editor, 45:5.
- From the Editors (D), 41:5.
- From the Editors, 42:5.
- From the Editors, 43:5.
- From the Editors, 44:5.
- From the Editors, 46:5.
- Black Intellectuals in Conflict, 19:35.
- Black Intellectuals in Conflict (D), 20:64.
- On Black Intellectuals: an Exchange (C), 21:28.
Marot, John Eric
- The UFT After Shanker (D), 8:73.
- The Rise and Fall of the October Revolution (R), 39:175.
- El Fisgón (R), 39:192.
- Anger and Wit (R), 40:192.
- On Zionism and Jewish Supremacy, 32:89.
- Civilizing the System, Interview by Mark Thompson, 5:149.
- (See also Jones, Lynn.)
Mattick, Jr., Paul
- England: the Return of Hope, 23:38.
- The Communist Manifesto And the Russian Revolution (S), 24:48.
- After Marxism, Marx: The Manifesto After 150 Years (S), 24:77.
- (See Ford, Chris)
- Resurgent Labor: A Lean Analysis (R), 44:148.
- A Reply to Kim Moody (C), 45:7.
- The Green Party and the Collapse of the Left (D), 39:66.
- Race and Class (D), 8:25.
- On Demythologizing AIDS, 7:170.
- The Sect that Time Forgot, 17:149.
- No! In Thunder: Allen Ginsberg 1926-1997, 23:132.
- Marxism in the Age of Information (S), 24:99.
- The Impasse of Market Socialism, 27:101.
- Further Contributions to the Debate (re Socialism and the Market), 28:60.
- The Quebec City Protests, 31:76.
- Portrait of Walter Reuther, 20:98.
- A New Look at the Cold War (R), 11:178.
- An Important Contribution (debate on "War on Terrorism") (D), 34:20.
- Queer Reflections (S), 45:41.
- France: The Missing Link in European Labor?, 10:127.
- Cuba: Reply to Samuel Farber (D), 20:106.
- (See Bologh, Roslyn.)
- Tribute to Herbert Hill, 38:116.
- Conversations with the Polish Underground, 2:131.
- Dictators in Generals' Uniforms, 3:133.
- Solidarity of Labor in Poland, 11:121.
- No Painless Cure for Labor's Ills, 2:14.
- Democratic Party and the Left (D), 7:13.
- We Almost Lost P-9 (R), 9:176.
- Clinton's Labor Panaceas, 15:13.
- Class Conflict in the Land of Co-Determination, 16:108.
- U.S. Labor Wars: Bottom to Top, 20:81.
- The "New" AFL-CIO Organizes -- Itself!, 24:5.
- Is Bureaucracy "Best" for Unions?, 26:126.
- Business Unionism Still Rules, 28:96.
- Closing the Door on U.S. Imperialism and Capitalist Globalization (S), 30:96.
- Remembering Stan Weir, 32:243.
- The Offshore War, 38:63.
- When Free Labor Isn't Free (R), 44:141.
- Alternatives for U.S. Unions (C), 45:7.
- A Strategy for Union Revival (R), 45:138.
Moser, Paul K.
- Reaganism Fades, 5:165.
- The Communist Transformation: A Crisis of the Imagination, 10:139.
- Notes on Participatory Economics (D), 13:103.
- The Robust Social Market: A Response to David McNally, 28:53.
- Onfray on Meslier on Atheism: Two Logical Mistakes (C), 42:168.
- The Continuing Significance of Race (R), 22:183.
- Naguib Mahfouz’s Window on the World of Islam, 42:131.
- Racism Remains Pervasive, 19:31.
- A Distorted View of Judaism (C), 29:194.
- Exchange on the Afghan War (C), 33:239.
- The Bolsheviks (C), 37:138.
- Letter in Response to Roma Article (C), 41:137.
- Marx and Anti-Semitism: A Reply to David Finkel (C), Bennett Muraskin, Feb. 2008 (web only).
- The State of Our Civil Liberties: A Post-9/11 Health Check, 37:37.
- Running Green Party Candidates (C), 34:190.
- Dirty Business, Dirty Wars: U.S.-Latin American Relations in the 21st Century, 46:80.
- Women and the Third World: Exploring the Dangers of Difference, 26:101.
- Democratic Party and the Left (D), 7:20.
- Orwell and Socialism, 36:102.
- An Open Letter, 4:204.
- 1968 Student Protest in Yugoslavia, 6:66.
- The Politics of Schindler's List, 17:163.
- The Year of Dangerous Living, 5:15.
- Social Scientists and War Criminals, 23:77.
- Right-Wing Extremism in Germany, 26:70.
- Dystopia Revisited, 34:128.
- The Minorities "Question": Does the Left Have Answers?, 36:121.
- "We Are Two Nations", 44:71.
- Does Immigration Hurt U.S.-Born Workers?, 44:90.
- Reply to Flakes on Horseracing (C), 45:6.
- A Debate on Sociobiology And Rape, 29:96.
- The Crisis in Atlanticism, 2:195.
- Europe 1992: A Socialist Perspective, 8:59.
- The Maastricht Treaty - "Yes" (D), 15:85.
- England: Little Will Change under Labor, 21:109.
- Exploiting Fears About Immigrants (R), 22:187.
- England: "New Labor" Faces New Left Challenge, 25:33.
- Letter to the Editor of New Politics (debate on "War on Terrorism") (D), 34:26.
Pasolini, Pier Paolo
- America seen on Television, 13:22.
Pavone, Vera, and Norman Scott
- Victory (poem), 45:48.
- Albert Shanker: Ruthless Neo-Con (R), 45:142.
- (See also Scott, Norman, and Vera Pavone.)
Pelz, William A.
- (See Worcester, Kent)
- People Who Made a Revolution (R), 16:187.
- The Democratic Party Shifts to the Right (R), 13:189.
- (C) 14:173.
- Child Labor in the World Economy, 36:43.
- A Horizon Lit With Blood: The U.S. Occupation and Resistance in Iraq, 38:38.
- Empire and Resistance (S), 39:35.
- (See Herman, Edward S.)
- The Manifesto's Strength and Flaws (S), 24:151.
- The Only Moral Intellectual: A Reply to Jacobson (debate on "War on Terrorism") (D), 34:24.
Petrova, Dimitrina, and Kanev, Krassmir
- Political Pluralism in Bulgaria, 11:133.
- Bulgaria Between the Red and the Blue, 13:86.
- The Uneven Demise of Colonial Slavery (R),11:183.
- Culture Against Capitalism (R), 13:180.
- Impresario of American Radicalism (R), 16:167.
- Why Marx Still Matters, 18:95.
- Bourne Yet Again: Errors of Genealogy, 25:117.
- Liberalism's Quandaries, (R), 28:174.
- The Rise and Fall of Sidney Hook, 34:112.
- Julius Jacobson Memorial Statement, 35:68.
- On Socialism and Sex: An Introduction (S), 45:12.
- Joe the Plumber, 46:50.
- In Defense of Project Censored (D), 34:89.
- Reading the Summer 2005 Anthropologie Catalogue (Poem), 42:170.
- Hatred Vs. Humanity in Gujarat, 33:151.
- Venezuela in Two Winds, 35:102.
- Participatory Economics: An Interview with Michael Albert, 35:154.
- (See Rorty, Richard.)
- The Political Opposition in Serbia, 16:91.
Pozzi, Pablo A.
- Black Intellectuals in Conflict (D), 20:50.
Pozzi, Pablo, and Alejandro Schneider,
- Argentina: From Crisis to Collapse, 33:157.
- Argentina in the Hour of the Furnaces, 21:95.
- (See also Camarero, Hernán.)
- The Religious Right and the Perversion of Biblical Ethics: Unclear on the Concept, 43:125.
- Examining the Hard and Soft Left, 2:185.
- Resistance to Labor Discipline (R), 18:216.
- Rupture or Renewal, 28:77.
- The New Class Struggle (R), 46:124.
- Black Intellectuals in Conflict (D), 20:60.
- On Black Intellectuals: an Exchange (C), 21:22.
- America Becoming - What Exactly?, 32:165.
- E.P. Thompson: History and Commitment, 39:96.
- Italy: The Conflict-Ridden State, 20:122.
Rhodes, Lorna A.
- Angry Voters Do Have Somewhere to Go (D), 23:5.
- Escaping into Prison with Fox (D), 40:25.
- Reply to Betty Reid Mandell (C), 44:6.
Robeson, Paul, Jr.
- Race and Class (D), 8:21.
- The Million Man March: Wrong Message, Wrong Messenger(D), 21:19.
- Communism or "Socialism"? A Return to Marx and Engels (S), 24:172.
- Reevaluating DuBois's Political Thought (R), 25:154.
- Three Problems in Hill's Major Contribution (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:46.
- George P. Rawick, 10:195.
- Genovese, Politics and the Slave South, 11:90.
- Responds to: Slavery and Capitalism (C), 13:168.
- The Struggle for Equality (R), 17:172.
- Working-Class Life and Culture (R), 19:191.
- Commitment to Freedom (R), 26:173.
- Mumia Time or Sweeney Time, 28:11.
- Labor History Wisdom (R), 36:164.
Rorty, Richard, and Chronis Polychroniou
- Class & Race in Public Higher Education, 26:47.
- Bolivia: Latin America's Experiment in Grassroots Democracy, 44:23.
- An Exchange: On Philosophy And Politics, The Cold War And The Left, 31:128.
- A Tribute to Gerard Rosenthal, 1904-1922:14:101.
Rosenthal, Marguerite G.
- The Yeshiva Case And Faculty Unionism, 33:193.
- (See Ginsburg, Helen Lachs)
- (See Mandell, Betty Reid)
- Miners Take Center Stage, 9:50.
- The Paradox of the East German Revolution 9:65.
- Wall Street's Lies and False Prophets (R), 25:170.
- A Socialist Intellectual Dissents (R), 16:172.
- The Limitations of a Neo-Nationalist (R), 23:185.
- A Critique of The U.S. Greens, 33:123.
- Authoritarianism in Croatia, 17:77.
- Not Only Soviet Tanks Crushed the Prague Spring, interview, 6:55.
Said, Edward W.
- Subversive of What? (R), 39:190.
- Palestinian Elections Now, 33:63.
- Teamster Democracy: A Moment of Possibility, 10:93.
- Workers, Racism, and History (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:22.
- Ecology and Social Change, 23:35.
- Environmentalism and Electoral Politics (R), 24:178.
- Israeli-Palestinian Peace Prospects, 11:45.
- On "Engaging Power": An Interview with Saskia Sassen (S), 29:27.
- Immigration in a Global Era, 36:35.
Sayre, Robert Woods, and Michael Löwy
- The Berkeley Knowledge Factory, 39:75.
- Reification and Conspicuous Consumption in The Great Gatsby, 34:134.
- A Skeptical View of Nationalism (R), 13:183.
- Petra Kelly 1947-1992:14:193.
- Two Aspects of Feminism: Anger and Hope (R), 15:184.
- Undermining Girls' Self-Esteem (R), 19:186.
- The Legend of Hiroshima (R), 25:157.
Scholl, Ann, and Facundo Arrizabalaga
- (See Camarero, Hernán.)
- (See Pozzi, Pablo.)
- Reclaiming Democracy: A Lesson from Zanon, 37:110.
Schwarzschild, Steven S.
- Howe Little They Understand (R), 27:185.
- On "Realignment" and the Left (D), 32:102.
- A Needed Article (debate on "War on Terrorism") (D), 34:22.
- The Life and Death of Socialist Zionism, 35:127.
- Wrangling Over Zionism (R), 38:171.
- The "War on Terror" and the Class War at Home (R), 41:153.
Scott, Norman, and Vera Pavone
- American History Marked By Racism (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:56.
- Reply (on Shanker) (D), 46:70.
- (See also Pavone, Vera, and Norman Scott.)
- Repression in Greece, 14:94.
Shalom, Stephen R.
- reply to Immanuel Wallerstein (C), 46:6.
- Anti-Semitism and the Left, 15:51.
- On Intervention in Somalia, 17:10.
- The Obliteration of Hiroshima, 21:153.
- A Flawed Political Biography (R), 23:179.
- Solidarity with East Timor (R), 24:188.
- The Continuity of U.S. Imperialism, 26:33.
- Reflections on NATO and Kosovo, 27:5.
- Reply (on Kosovo), 27:36.
- Kosovo, Justice and Humanitarianism, 28:21.
- Confronting Terrorism and War, 32:5.
- More Discussion on the Democratic Party (C), 32:229.
- Exchange on the Afghan War (C), 33:241.
- Stephen R. Shalom replies to Jason Schulman (on "war on terrorism") (C), 34:193.
- In Defense of Tactical Voting (Sometimes), 37:9.
- The Antiwar Movement and Iraq (S), 39:39.
- In Search of Economic Justice (R), 40:157.
- Middle East Developments, 42:6.
- Reply to Hahnel (on Economic Justice) (C), 42:166.
- (See also Landy, Joanne.)
- (See also Achcar, Gilbert)
- Struggle for the Land, 45:83.
- Indigenous Women, “No to 2010” and the Emergence of a New Movement, 46:73.
- Ross Perot and Anti-Politics, 14:13.
- The Crisis of History, 15:75.
- On Gaza Beach, 12:19.
Shermer, Elizabeth Tandy
- (See Brandynn Holgate
- Re-Inventing Goldwater Conservatism (R), 45:147.
- The Revolution Fails to Devour This Child (R), 35:183.
- Dissent and Democracy in the UAW,15:22.
- Hammerin' on Heaven's Door, 44:65.
- The French Road to Surrender, 1:127.
- Beyond Gorbachev's Glasnost, 4:29.
- The Greening of Dany the Red, interview with Daniel Cohn-Bendit, 5:38.
- Notes for a Dialogue Across the Unvanished Divide, 11:111.
- The French May 1968 Revisited, 29:133.
- Mexico: The Cardenista Challenge, 7:67.
- Free Trade With Mexico, 12:78.
- Mexican Labor's Struggle Continues (R), 14:179.
- The Mexico Peso Crisis, 20:36.
- Prospects for the Labor Party, 22:22.
- Comment (on Third Party Politics) (D), 23:20.
- Endorsing the Lean Machine, 28:71.
- The Winds of Change (R), 10:193.
- Leninism and Stalinism Revisited (R), 16:179.
- Was the Bolshevik Revolution a Coup?, 22:162.
- Almost Reason Enough (D), 39:68.
- Taking Issue with Steinberg's Review (C), 12:179.
- (C), 14:173.
- (See Brecher, Jeremy)
- Time for a New Approach (R), 11:162.
- Grappling With Shining Path, 12:87.
- The Situationists and Their Legacy, 14:106.
- Mexico Heads for the Millennium, 17:61.
- Mexico: A Society in Turmoil, 20:27.
- Mexican Standoff, 23:88.
- Mexico: Malaise and Social Conflict, 26:77.
- Response to: Denies Charges of Protectionism (C), 13:169.
- Spain: 1987, 3:72.
- Homage to Andrés Nin, 4:167.
- 50th Anniversary of the POUM Trial, 7:166.
- The March Elections in Spain, 21:67.
Spinner, Jr., Thomas J.
- The British Labor Party & its Centenary, 30:138.
Squires, Gregory D.
- The End of History, 9:161.
- Democratic Unions Can and Must Exist, 11:152.
- Schools Need a New, Radical Social Image (R), 15:180.
- The Debate on Comparable Worth, 1:108.
Sterne, Richard Clark
- The Underclass: A Case of Color Blindness, 7:42.
- Race and Class: A Response (D), 8:48.
- The Politics of Memory, 10:64.
- Shifting the Focus of Blame, 11:96.
- Reply to Jim Sleeper (C), 12:181.
- The Liberal Retreat from Race, 17:30.
- Race and Radicalism in the 1960s, 19:41.
- The Bell Curve: Why Now? (R), 19:183.
- Affirmative Action and Liberalism, 20:76.
- A Critique of William Julius Wilson, 22:72.
- Bayard Rustin and the Black Protest Movement, 23:41.
- Up from Slavery: the Myth of Black Progress, 25:69.
- Misusing Class-Based Affirmative Action, 26:28.
- Race Relations: the Problem with the Wrong Name, 30:57.
- On "Racism" and "Racial Oppression," Reply to N. Cazenave (C), 32:234.
- Two Cheers For Glenn Loury -- or Maybe Just One, 33:110.
- Nathan Glazer and the Assassination of Affirmative Action, 35:9.
- Herbert Hill Remembered, 38:113.
- A Magnificent Mirage (R), 38:159.
- Immigration, African Americans, and Race Discourse, 39:42.
- Response (S) [on immigration and African Americans], 40:114.
- Social Capital: The Science of Obfuscation (R), 44:131.
- Herman Melville and C. L. R. James (R), 41:149.
- The Rights of Gorbachev, 7:108.
Stout, Robert Joe
- An Incisive Critique of Ecofeminism (R), 11,169.
- Attack and Burn!, 44:50.
- Belief, Work, and Tears (R), 46:136.
- A West Bank Diary, 10:35.
- American Millennialism (R), 38:165.
Sumner, Gregory D.
- A Note on Anti-Americanism, 45:89.
- The Ethic of Accompaniment (R), 25:151.
- Remembering an Expansive Decade (R), 27:173.
- Planetary Citizen, Kurt Vonnegut: 1922-2007, 44:8.
- South Korea's Hollow Democracy, 15:29.
- On the Run from Nazis and Gendarmes, 41:130.
- On the Run from Nazis and Gendarmes (Part II): Betrayal and Survival, 42:122.
- Art as Political Dialogue (R), 16:184.
Tasini, Jonathan, Michael Hirsch and Joanne Landy
- An Interview with Jonathan Tasini
Thomas, Cornelius C.
- The "Decade of Roma Inclusion", 40:137.
- Reply to Letter in Response to Roma Article (C), 41:137.
- Black Workers Respond to the United Auto Workers, 38:124.
Thomas, Martin, and Janine Booth
- Democracy and the Right to Secede, 15:129.
- The Crisis of British Socialism, 20:115.
- Anti-Global, No; Anti-Capitalist, Yes (S), 29:20.
- Debating the Future at the European Social Forum, 34:108.
- "The Working Class Left Should Unite" (S), 30:174.
Thompson, Michael J.
- Between East and West, 5:139.
- Lukács Revisited, 30:179.
- The Politics of Tradition (R), 29:191.
- Socialist Metaphysics and Luxemburg's Legacy (D), 33:206.
- Metaphysics ad absurdum: A Response to Ismail & Comack (on legacy of Rosa Luxemburg) (C), 34:186.
Tilly, Chris, and Marie Kennedy
- Part-time Work: A Mobilizing Issue, 24:19.
- Not Working Very Well (R), 46:153.
- (See also Albelda, Randy.)
- (See also Kennedy, Marie)
- Laws and Injustice: Fighting for Human Rights in Mexico, 43:74.
Torres, Carlos Alberto
- Katrina Illustrated (W), 42:190.
- Unraveling the Political Einstein (R), 44:136.
- Hoax and Reality (R), 46:118.
- Solidarnosc Then and Now: Interview With Karol Modzelewski, 14:155.
- Left Turn in Polish Elections?, 16:99.
- Czechoslovakia: Reforms or Democratization, 4:103.
- Letter to the Editor (C/S), 39:28.
- What is Plutocracy?, 37:123.
- Goldfather of the American Right (R), 23:175.
- Berlin Diary: Two Weeks in November, 9:57.
- Harvey and Jessie (R), 6:177.
- The Real Jack London (R), 9:187.
Wainer, Kit Adam
- Storming of the White House (D), 17:189.
- "It Will require the Radical Left to Make Reforms Possible" (S), 30:169.
- Dubious Advice for Young Radicals (R), 46:150.
- The War on Drugs: A Substitute for the War on Communism, 9:164.
- Starving in Paradise, 10:85.
- Familiar Morality Out of Bounds, 15:176.
- The Struggle for Black Rights in the United States (R), 41:139.
- The United States in the Middle East, 45:59.
Walters, Suzanne Danuta
- The Whitewash of Serb Atrocities, 33:165.
- David Walls Replies (to Peter Phillips on Serbian atrocities) (D), 34:91.
- David Walls Replies to Diana Johnstone (on Serbian atrocities) (D), 34:96.
- David Walls Replies to Edward S. Herman and David Peterson (on Serbian atrocities) (D), 34:99.
- "Postfeminism" and Popular Culture, 10:103.
- The Dance of Power (R), 14:187.
- The Need to Explore Distinctions (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:41.
Warren, Frank E.
- Swedish Labor and Immigration: A Dilemma, 43:16.
- A Flawed History of the Popular Front, 26:112.
- The Gorschach Test, 4:52.
- Poland: The Impact of March '68, 5:49.
- Too Little, Too Late, 7:129.
- Poland: Joyless Election, 12:128.
- The International Labor Movement Between Geneva, Brussels, Seattle, Porto Alegre and Utopia, 36:53.
- Zimbabwe: Violent Oppression Continues, 40:130.
- Clinton and Blacks: Evading Race, 14:17.
- Democratizing the Schools, 3:81.
- The UFT After Shanker (D), 8:68.
- Class, Gender and Race in the Newark Teacher Strikes, 34:101.
- Neoliberalism, Teacher Unionism, and the Future of Public Education (S), 38:101.
- Introduction (to Symposium on No Child Left Behind and Public Education), 38:82.
- The (People's) Summit of the Americas, 40:118.
- (See also Compton, Mary)
- Looking Beyond Union Democracy (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:48.
- No Bureaucracy Reforms Itself (D), 4:11.
- Maggie's Power, 7:96.
- Britain and the Labour Party Need Reform, 12:71.
- In Iraqi Kurdistan: Living short, With Dignity, 14:129.
- American Jews and Israeli Policy, 13:14.
- A Forgotten Minority, 15:62.
- American Jewish Reaction (D), 16:54.
- Power, Resistance and Science, 22:145.
- James Baldwin: Politics and the Gospel Impulse, 6:106.
- Cropping History in Latin America, 9:32.
- Jan Kavan in Kafkaland, 11:138.
- Lionel Trilling: Neo-Conservative Godfather, 1:233.
Widick, B. J.
- Gertrude Himmelfarb and Neo-Conservative History, 4:188.
- A Tough Book for Tough Times (R), 5:176.
- Socialism From Below (R), 9:183.
- Heroes of Unwritten History (R), 18:213.
Wilson, Peter Lamborn
- Subverting the Democratic Process (R), 25:182.
- Labor Party Questions (R), 38:188.
- Actuarial (poem) (poem), 46:108.
- (See Early, Steve.)
- Racism on the Campus, 11:84.
- Elitism and Affirmative Action (R), 12:183.
- History of Racial Oppression (R), 17:177.
- Racial Tensions on Campus (R), 19:178.
- The Million Man March: The March and After(D), 21:8.
- Affirmative Action and the Left, 24:35.
- A Limited and Flawed History (R), 34:150.
- Affirmative Action -- 2003, 36:5.
- What Happened to Brown? A Review Essay (R), 38:151.
- On Affirmative Action (R), 41:142.
- Response to Immanuel Wallerstein’s Review of Gil Jonas’ Freedom’s Sword (C), 42:169.
- Requiem for a Nation (R), 45:152.
Wolf, Margareta, and Stephan, Cora
- CBC Unleashed, 42:32.
- Alliance 90/Greens (S), 19:152.
Womack, Richard G.
- Lgbt Political Cul-de-sac: Make a U-turn (S), 46:32.
- Civil Rights and the AFL-CIO (Race, Ethnicity and Organized Labor) (D), 3:29.
Worcester, Kent, and Mark Dow
- Intellectuals, Politics and Popular Culture (R) 9:167.
- Socialism, Democracy and Leninism (R), 11:174.
- British Labor's Unexpected Defeat, 13:60.
- From Laborist to Militant Socialist (R), 13:192.
- Shift to the Right in Eastern Europe (R), 14:174.
- A Provocative But Flawed History (R), 15:191.
- The Follies of John Major, 17:83.
- Analysis of Soviet Tyranny (R), 17:184.
- The Politics of Vengeance, 18:9.
- Diverse and Eclectic Radicals (R), 18:210.
- The Right and the Politics of Rage, 19:5.
- Popular Culture and Panache (R), 23:188.
- Ethics and Politics (R), 26:176.
- A Real Constitutional Crisis, Kent Worcester Interviews Daniel Lazare, 30:27.
- Remembering Tony Cliff (R), 32:225.
- The Voyage of James Burnham (R), 34:146.
- Words and Pictures: Ruben Bolling, 35:191.
- Words and Pictures: Peter Kuper, 36:191
- Words and Pictures: Kent Worcester interviews Nick Throkelson, 41:187.
- Interview with Harvey Pekar, 43:160.
- Interview with Kevin Pyle, 45:157.
- The Anti-Comics Crusade (R), 46:156.
- NP Interview with Anthony Romero, Executive Director of the ACLU, 37:47.
- Resisting Dehumanization (R), 22:171.
- An Old Time Liberal (R), 27:176.
- A Readable But Flawed Book (R), 31:184.
- Leadership Matters (R), 37:147.
- Cold War Triumphalism (R), 40:184.
- Hollywood Red Star — a Dwarf Star? (R), 42:186.
- Guaranteed: The Hardest and Most Dangerous Job and the Lowest Pay (R), 46:145.
- Migration, Domestic Work, and Repression (R), 39:132.
Young, James D.
- The Humanism of Antonio Gramsci and Rosa Luxemburg, 1:243.
- E. P. Thompson: Neo-Romantic Iconoclast (R), 11:166.
- World War, Class War and Hard Times (R), 22:192.
Zaidi, Ali Shehzad
- Syracuse University: Academic Restructuring, 33:180.
- Rethinking the History of Marxism (S), 24:172.
- War on France, 44:83.
- Islam and Modernity (R), 38:174.
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