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 #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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