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Issue 36:
July-August 2004

Civil Rights in Peril


Bush Unraveling
Plus: Nader in 2004?

News and Reports

Torture is Home Grown

Plus: No Recovery for Workers; Argentina—The New Vanguard; India’s Blow Against Neoliberalism


A System Suffocating the Majority
David Barsamian interviews Arundhati Roy

The Me-Too Candidate
Elizabeth Schulte takes a hard look at John Kerry

Civil Rights in Peril
Excerpts from a new book, edited by Elaine C. Hagopian, on the persecution of Arabs and Muslims

Our Man in Baghdad
Jen Roesch on the deadly credentials of ambassador John Negroponte

The Case for Withdrawal
Eric Ruder on the occupation of Iraq

Iraq, Palestine, and the U.S. Imperialism
Toufic Haddad

The Gas War in Bolivia
Tom Lewis

Bolivia: The Way Forward
Tom Lewis

Castro’s Cuba in Perspective
Anthony Arnove and Ahmed Shawki interview Sam Farber

The Revolution Betrayed
Todd Chretien takes a fresh look at Trotsky’s classic


George W. Bush Stirs the Pot

Review of Gilbert Achcar’s Eastern Cauldron

Plus: Children of NAFTA; Pathologies of Power; Julius Caesar; Edward Said Interviews; The Bolsheviks Come to Power; Socialists and the Labor Party Question; Sharing the Land of Canaan; South Africa’s Unfinished Business; Sources on Gay Liberation

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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