Unfinished Business: Twenty Years of Socialist Review (Haymarket (Paperback))

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Founded in 1970, the journal Socialist Review has played a uniquely important role in the recent history and intellectual development of the American left. When other left groups and organizations retreated into a depressed sectarianism, Socialist Review was elaborating a vision of a broad-based socialism, intended to intervene within the mainstream of American politics. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, it explored questions about the left’s relation to the Democratic Party and the trade-union movement, the potential for ‘populist’ community politics, and the relevance of European strategies and initiatives to the American experience. The journal played a major role in bringing questions of gender and sexuality to the center of left discourse, and also provided a forum for debate on the radical potential of post-modernism.

With an introductory essay which reviews the parallel histories of Socialist Review and the American Left, Unfinished Business brings together many of the liveliest and most significant articles published in the journal over its first twenty years, from the best writers on the left today, includingh Barbara Ehrenreich, Donna Haraway, Stanley Aronowitz and Jeffrey Escoffier. Their subjects range from the construction of racial and sexual identities to the utopian dimensions of Marxist theory, and the cross-impacts of feminism and neoliberalism, community and subjectivity, in a postindustrial world. Fresh in spirit, lean in rhetoric and rich in ideas, this is a provocative and inspiring anthology.

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About the Author:

Terry Bell is a Cape Town-based freelance writer, columnist and editor who was banned and in exile from South Africa for twenty-seven years.

Dumisa Buhle Ntsebeza now practices as an advocate in Cape Town and is a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law and History at the University of Connecticut.

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These densely written and highly theoretical essays, which originally appeared in the Socialist Review , will be of interest to political historians and those who want to take another look at socialism in light of its recent collapse in Eastern Europe. The pieces range from a discussion of European Communist alternatives to Soviet Communism to the future of American politics from a hardline socialist perspective. Among the most thought-provoking pieces is Barbara Ehrenreich's 1984 essay advocating a socialist-feminist approach to changing econonic conditions, despite the inadequacy of the movement's original analysis of patriarchy and capitalism. Also notable is Paul Joseph's 1982 article on the growing danger of nuclear war--a thorough examination of the positions held by nuclear-use theorists (NUTs) who believe it is possible to win a nuclear war and by advocates of mutual assured destruction (MAD) who believe deterrence is the path to salvation. Joseph believes a successful peace movement must be willing to make "pragmatic compromises" and to develop a critique of American national security policy as a context for opposition to nuclear weapons.
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