Tuesday, November 10, 2009

New ISR Out Now -- Issue 68, Nov-Dec 2009

http://www.isreview.org/

TOO MANY PEOPLE?

Population, hunger, and the environment

EDITORIAL

The business of health care reform

ANALYSIS IN BRIEF

Elizabeth Schulte
Why won’t they call it racism?

Eric Ruder interviews Gareth Porter
Obama’s Afghan Disaster

COLUMN

Phil Gasper • Critical Thinking
What ever happend to “Change we can believe in?”

Shaun Joseph
The coup in Honduras: Perspectives and prospects

INTERVIEWS

Cleve Jones
Getting back to our roots

Walden Bello
The G20 after the crash

FEATURES

John Pilger
Power, illusion, and American’s last taboo

Chris Williams
Are there too many people?

Rick Kuhn
Economic crisis and the responsibility of socialists

HISTORY

Rebekah Ward
Darwin: the reluctant revolutionary

John Riddell
Clara Zetkin’s strugggle for the united front

Sharon Smith
1934: The strikes that led the way

REVIEWS

Chrisopher Phelps
The sexual revolution
A review of Sherry Wolf’s Sexuality and Socialism

Ian Angus
Two accounts of Engels’ revolutionary life

Phil Aliff on soldier’s resistance; David Florey on racism after Katrina; Sara Knopp and Mais Jasser on a teenager’s diary under occupation; Marlene Martin on Mumia Abu-Jamal’s Jailhouse Lawyers; Chris Willaims on Monthly Review’s special issue on food