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  Volume 59, Number 2, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

Editor's Page

p. 1
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Politics Abroad

Revisiting 1989: The Specter Still Haunts

pp. 5-8
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Germany, Far And Near

pp. 9-13
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Food

Food and the Body Politic

p. 14
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Utopian Dream: A New Farm Bill

pp. 15-19
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Hijacked Organic, Limited Local, Faulty Fair Trade: What's a Radical to Eat?

pp. 20-25
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High-End Food, Low-Wage Labor

pp. 26-32
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Prêt-à-Manger: Why the French Have Their Cake and Eat It, Too

pp. 33-38
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Making Choices: Ethics and Vegetarianism

pp. 39-41
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Nature as an Ally: An Interview with Wendell Berry

pp. 42-47
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Articles

Hired Guns on Astroturf: How to Buy and Sell School Reform

pp. 49-57
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Workers' Rights and the Distributive Constitution

pp. 58-65
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The U.S. Left: Past and Future

Introduction

p. 66
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The Fall and Rise of the U.S. Populist Left

pp. 67-70
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Don't Forget Solidarity

pp. 70-72
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Another History

pp. 72-73
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Horizontalism and the Occupy Movements

pp. 74-75
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Notebook

Iran's Cinematic Spring

pp. 76-80
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The Madness of Art

pp. 81-82
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Reconsiderations

The Port Huron Statement at Fifty

pp. 83-89
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John Hersey and Hiroshima

pp. 90-94
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Books

Flashpoint in Health-Care Reform

pp. 95-101
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Indebted

pp. 102-106
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Gilded Age India

pp. 107-111
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Kinder, Gentler Cuts

pp. 111-113
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Letters

Letters

pp. 114-115
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The Last Page

p. 116
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Research Areas

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