Volume 28 Issue 3 (Fall 2019)
Table of Contents
From the Editorial Team
Under the Radar
Unreported and under-reported news and views that matter.
On the Contrary:
Intersectionality: A Marxist Critique
By Barbara Foley
Response to Barbara Foley’s “Intersectionality: A Marxist Critique”
By Ashley Bohrer
Barbara Foley Replies
Democrats and Foreign Policy: What Will It Take to Overthrow the Foreign Policy Establishment?
By Bob Dreyfuss
Who among the 2020 Democratic candidates will elaborate a progressive foreign policy?
Stonewall at 50: Whose Movement Is It Anyway?
By Richard Blum
LGBTQ social and economic justice activists take on mainstream LGBTQ organizations.
Recovering Labor Antimonopoly
By Sanjukta Paul
How labor and small business can use antitrust law to fight today’s behemoths.
Resisting “Big Other”: What Will It Take to Defeat Surveillance Capitalism?
By Evan Malmgren
What’s being done and what should be done to rein in behavioral merchandising and manipulation?
The Housing Crisis and the Rise of the Real Estate State
By Samuel Stein
How urban movements are challenging the real estate state. This one.
Is a Sleeping Giant Beginning to Stir? Federal Workers’ Unions and the Shutdown
By Joseph A. McCartin
As federal workers rallied, what lessons did their unions draw?
Disaster Capitalism on the Southwest Border: Migration and Drug Trafficking Foster a New Economy
By Gabrielle E. Clark
How corporate America is cashing in on policing the border.
CRISIS, CREATIVITY, AND A MOVEMENT’S REVIVAL
By Erica Smiley
New hope for the labor movement in the widespread worker fight back of the last year.
The New Underemployed, Educated Working Class
By Gary Roth
What happened to those great expectations?
Women Farmworkers Fight to Secure Their Rights and End Sexual Harassment
By Kressent Pottenger with Dolores Bustamente, Elvira Cavajal, and Mily Treviño-Saucedo
Earth to Labor: Dispatches from the Climate Battleground
The Fizz Has Gone: Time for the Left to Say Goodbye to Carbon Pricing
By Sean Sweeney
Organized Money: What Is Corporate America Thinking?
2020: Big Money Talks, Which Candidates Are Listening
By Max Fraser
Books and the Arts
Is Temporary Becoming Forever?
Temp: How American Work, American Business, and the American Dream Became Temporary
By Louis Hyman
Hustle and Gig: Struggling and Surviving in the Sharing Economy
By Alexandrea J. Ravenelle
Reviewed by Thomas Jessen Adams
Go to the Head of the Class
Red-State Revolt: The Teachers’ Strike Wave and Working-Class Politics
By Eric Blanc
Reviewed by Samir Sonti
Global Keynesianism and Its Discontents
Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World
By Adam Tooze
In the Long Run We Are All Dead: Keynesianism, Political Economy and Revolution
By Geoff Mann
Reviewed by Andrew Elrod
Out of the Mainstream: Books and Films You May Have Missed
By Matt Witt
By Patrick Rosal
The Day After American Samoa Is Under Water
By Terisa Siagatonu
Héctor Figueroa, In Memoriam