Chris Williams

Chris Williams is a longtime environmental activist and author of Ecology and Socialism: Solutions to Capitalist Ecological Crisis (Haymarket Books, 2010). He is professor of physics and chemistry at Pace University and chair of the science department at Packer Collegiate Institute and is a regular contributor to the International Socialist Review.

Features

Issue #95

Winter 2014-15

The political economy of low-wage labor

Upcoming features:

Thailand’s crisis, coup, and fight for democracy by Giles Ji Ungpakorn
The Fourth Comintern Congress: “A way to claim victory” by Antonis Davanellos
Trotsky: Introducing a life by Paul Le Blanc

Upcoming reviews:

Not a conflict, but a conquest by Jason Farbman
The class dimension of the new resistance by Kyle Brown
The destruction of the Third World Project by Pranav Jani
The rise and fall of a Mexican drug lord by Héctor Agredano Rivera
How capitalism thwarts technology’s real potential by Brian Lenzo
The historical development of Zionist ideology in Israel by Nolan Rampy
A window into the world of the slave trade by Sarah Blaskey
Filling an important gap in the analysis of disability by Ravi Malhotra
A crash course in class and gender by Rachel Cohen
NAFTA’s gravediggers? by Todd Chretien

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