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  Volume 59, Number 1, Winter 2012

Table of Contents

Editor's Page

What Next for the Occupy Movement?

p. 1

Politics Abroad

Anxious Times in a Rising China: Lurching Toward a New Social Compact

pp. 5-11

Return of the New Democrats: Canada’s Socialists Re-invent Themselves

pp. 11-15

Dancing Over Catastrophes: The Far Right and Roma in Hungary

pp. 16-21

Hugo Chávez as Postmodern Perón

pp. 22-24

American Workers in an Age of Austerity

Introduction: Worker in an Age of Austerity

p. 27

Down and Out in the New Middletowns

pp. 27-34

Don’t Blame the Workers

pp. 35-39

The “I” in Union

pp. 40-45

Frontline Caregivers: Still Struggling

pp. 46-50

Tragedy in the Fields: The Self-destruction of the United Farm Workers

pp. 51-55

Out of Control: Reagan, Labor, and the Fate of the Nation

pp. 56-60


The Tea Party and Angry White Women

pp. 61-65

Would You Like an Ankle Bracelet With That?: Winners and Losers in Electronic Monitoring

pp. 66-71

Educational Movements, Not Market Moments

pp. 72-75

Views from the Black of the Math Classroom

pp. 76-80


50 Years Later: Poverty and The Other America

pp. 83-89


All for the Union...and Emancipation, too: What the Civil War Was About

pp. 91-95

Tomasz Różycki and the Long Life of the Past

pp. 96-100


More than Greed

pp. 101-104

Politics Lost

pp. 104-108

But Now We See

pp. 108-114

Dilemmas of Foreign Aid

pp. 114-118


How Can Architecture be Democratic?

p. 119

Joan Ockman responds:

p. 119

The Last Page

From the Many, 99 Percent

p. 120

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