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Lance Selfa
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Issue #110

Fall 2018

Lessons from the teachers' strike wave

Issue contents

Top story

Editorials

Features

Reviews

  • Thinking Bolsheviks

    Pepijn Brandon reviews October Song: Bolshevik Triumph, Communist Tragedy, 1917–1924 by Paul Le Blanc

Upcoming Articles

  • Grassroots organizing in Appalachia

  • Should socialists support Catalonia’s independence movement?

    Eva María
  • The retreat of the pink tide in Latin America

    Jeffery R. Webber interviewed by Phil Gasper
  • The return of scientific racism

    Phil Gasper
  • What’s the matter with the Israeli working class?*

    Daphna Thier
  • Where is capitalism headed?

    Hadas Thier, David McNally, Lee Wengraf, Lee Sustar and Michael Roberts

Upcoming Reviews

  • A primer on the US alt-right

    Matthew E. Strauss reviews Alt-America: The Rise of the Radical Right in the Age of Trump by David Neiwert
  • Socialists and the fight against racism

    Bill Mullen reviews Class Struggle and the Color Line: American Socialism and the Race Question 1900–1930 edited by Paul Heideman
  • Our cities under climate siege

    Zachary Alexis reviews Extreme Cities: The Peril and Promise of Urban Life in the Age of Climate Change by Ashley Dawson
  • Myths and facts about Hezbollah

    Emma Wilde Botta reviews Hezbollah: The Political Economy of Lebanon’s Party of God by Joseph Daher
  • IndefensibleThe politics of internationalist anti-imperialism

    Joey Ayoub reviews Indefensible: Democracy, Counterrevolution, and the Rhetoric of Anti-Imperialism by Rohini Hensman
  • Knowledge factories for capitalism

    Stacey Sexton reviews The Capitalist University: The Transformations of Higher Education in the United States since 1945 by Henry Heller
  • James Connolly’s fight for economic and social liberty

    Kieran Allen reviews The James Connolly Reader edited by Shaun Harkin
  • How the Nicaraguan Revolution was lost

    Todd Chretien reviews What Went Wrong? : The Nicaraguan Revolution: A Marxist Analysis by Dan La Botz
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