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Articles from Vol. 65, No. 7, December

A Reply to Eddie Yuen
I'm pleased that Eddie Yuen has responded to my criticisms of his essay. The left can only gain from frank discussion of our differences.Since he raises it as a particular concern, I will begin by saying that the issue is not whether Eddie Yuen favors...
Labor Divided
Labor Divided Zak Cope, Divided World Divided Class: Global Political Economy and the Stratification of Labour Under Capitalism (Montreal: Kersplebedeb, 2012), 387 pages, $20.00, paperback."Who are our enemies? Who are our friends? This is a question...
Marx and the Rift in the Universal Metabolism of Nature
The rediscovery over the last decade and a half of Marx's theory of metabolic rift has come to be seen by many on the left as offering a powerful critique of the relation between nature and contemporary capitalist society. The result has been the development...
Notes from the Editors
The AFL-CIO held its annual convention this past September in Los Angeles. Many commentators hailed this meeting as historic, one in which the nation's major labor federation finally came to grips with the near disappearance and growing political irrelevance...
Rebellious Cities
Rebellious Cities David Harvey, Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to Urban Revolution (New York: Verso, 2012), 208 pages, $16.95, paperback.Noting the global rise in urban social movements from Occupy Wall Street to the Arab Spring that are challenging...
Reply to "The Myth of 'Environmental Catastrophism' "
Ian Angus constructs a strawperson in his article "The Myth of 'Environmental Catastrophism"' (MR, September 2013), which discusses Catastrophism: The Apocalyptic Politics of Collapse and Rebirth, which consists of essays by myself, as well as Sasha...
The Feminization of Migration: Care and the New Emotional Imperialism
"Even though it's paid well, you are sinking in the amount of your work It [is] abo very depressing. The only thing you can do is give all your love to [the two-yearold American child]. In my absence from my children, the most I could do with my situation...
The United States Has Lost the War
An InterviewThe death of Vo Nguyen Giap on October 4,2013, in his 103rd year, was noted with respect everywhere in the world. General Giap commanded the military forces that freed Vietnamfrom French colonialism in the 1946-1954 war that ended with the...
Winstanley's Ecology: The English Diggers Today
Beginning in 2011 a festival in honor of the seventeenth-century radical Gerrard Winstanley has been held annually in the town of Wigan, in northwestern England. Through poetry, music, film, and other activities, the celebration commemorates the life...
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