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Issue 35:
May-June 2004

Cracks in the Empire


Bush’s Vietnam?
Iraqis Unite Against Bush’s Iron Fist; Socialism 2004


Israel: Gearing Up for a New Offensive?
Abortion–No Apologies, No Concessions; Gay Marriage–Why We Can’t Wait


Iraq is a War of National Liberation
John Pilger

Iraq One Year Later
Aijaz Ahmad

Haiti Under Siege
Helen Scott on 200 years of U.S. imperialism

Aristide’s Rise and Fall
Ashley Smith on the re-exiled president of Haiti

Bush or Kerry?
John Pilger says, "Look closely and the danger is the same"

Walling in the Palestinians
Ida Audeh on Israel’s strangling of the West Bank

Mandela’s Legacy
Ashwin Desai

Women and Islam
Sharon Smith

The Man Who Helped Integrate Baseball
Dave Zirin interviews Lester "Red" Rodney

Radical Economist
Obituary of Paul Sweezy by Phil Gasper


Planting the Flag in 136 Countries
Review of Chalmers Johnson’s Sorrows of Empire

Plus: The Vanishing Right to Choose; The Privatized Military Industry; Books on the Working Poor; Women in the Age of Welfare Reform; Labor and Social Movements; Daniel Singer’s Classic on France in May 1968; "Axis of Evil" Ad Infinitum; Anti-Semitism and Anti-Zionism

The Revolutionary Ideas of Karl Marx Available from Haymarket Books.

Anarchism and autonomism: Readings from the ISR archive

A critique of insurrectionary anarchism
Geoff Bailey

Comtemporary Anarchism
Eric Kerl

Comtemporary Anarchism: an exchange
Tom Wetzel and Eric Kerl

Problems of autonomism
Claudio Katz

The powerlessness of anti-power: a critique of Change the World Without Taking Power
Paul D'Amato

Emma Goldman: A life of controversy
Lance Selfa

Anarchists in the Spanish Civil War
Geoff Bailey

Anarchists in the Russian Revolution: The Makhno myth
Jason Yanowitz

Empire strikes out: a critique of Hardt and Negri's Empire
Tom Lewis

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