About the International Socialist Review

The ISR is dedicated to advancing socialist theory and practice in the U.S. and internationally. We stand in the International Socialist tradition, affirming our commitment to “socialism from below,” the self-emancipation of workers and the oppressed, the struggle against imperialism and for national liberation, and the building of a socialist current rooted in all of those struggles.

We hope that the ISR will provide a forum for the development of an open and critical Marxist analysis of the challenges and opportunities that confront the left and social movements in the 21st century. We welcome contributions from all who are committed to that project and vision.

The ISR is published quarterly by the Center for Economic Research and Social Change.

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Editor

Ahmed Shawki

Managing Editor

Paul D'Amato

Associate Editor

Joel Geier
Lance Selfa
Sherry Wolf

Business and Circulation

Cindy Kaffen

Editorial Board

Tithi Bhattacharya
Paul D’Amato
Phil Gasper
Joel Geier
Shaun Harkin
Cindy Kaffen
Eric Kerl
John McDonald
Bill Roberts
Lance Selfa
Ahmed Shawki
Ashley Smith
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
Sherry Wolf

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Issue #92

Spring 2014

Marx, Lenin, and Luxemburg

Party, organization, and revolution

Upcoming articles from this issue:

The debate on Marxism and history: What’s at stake?
by Charlie Post

Reviews
Can capitalism prevent catastrophic climate change?
Ian Angus reviews Max Koch’s Capitalism and Climate Change and and Daniel Tanuro’s Green Capitalism

Toward a science of female sexuality
Leia Petty reviews Daniel Bergner’s What Do Women Want?

Disability and labor in the United States
Bridget Broderick reviews Kim E. Nielsen’s A Disability History of the United States

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