Jennifer Roesch

Jennifer Roesch, a socialist activist, writer, and organizer in New York City, is the author of "Spontaneity and organization" (ISR 85, September 2012), "The workers' government debate in the Comintern" (ISR 97, Summer 2015), "Revolution at the crossroads" (ISR 89, May 2013), "Turning back the clock: Women, work, and the family today" (ISR 38, December 2004), and "Majorities, minorities, and revolutionary tactics" (ISR 101, Summer 2016).

Issue #103

Winter 2016-17

"A sense of hope and the possibility for solidarity"

Interview with Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
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Interviews

Reviews

  • Knocking down straw figures

    Ian Angus reviews Anthropocene or Capitalocene: Nature, History, and the Crisis of Capitalism by Jason Moore

Upcoming Articles

  • Austerity, neoliberalism,
and the Indian working class

    Snehal Shingavi
  • Disability and the Soviet Union: Advances and retreats

    Keith Rosenthal
  • Legacies of colonialism in Africa

    Lee Wengraf
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