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The Hidden Curriculum In Financial Literacy: Economics, Standards, And The Teaching Of Young Children, Debbie Sonu, Anand R. Marri Jun 2018

The Hidden Curriculum In Financial Literacy: Economics, Standards, And The Teaching Of Young Children, Debbie Sonu, Anand R. Marri

Publications and Research

No abstract provided.


Advocate, Vol. 29, Spring No. 1-2 (2018), Advocate Apr 2018

Advocate, Vol. 29, Spring No. 1-2 (2018), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Editorial:

- On Being Late. Nandini Ramachandran (p. 3)

Features:

- Imperialism and Class Struggle in Chagos and Mauritius. Gordon Barnes (p. 8)

- The Streets Tell What the Press Hides: Disaster Capitalism in Puerto Rico. Maria Heyaca (p. 20)

- Moral Depravity, Discontent and Socialism: The Politics of the Urban Revolution. Harry Blain (p. 35)

- Neoliberalizing Childhood and Education: WeWork’s “Entrepreneurial” Schools. Hillary Donnell (p. 46)

CUNY Life:

- CUNY-Wide Conference in Defense of Immigrants Held at Grad Center. CUNY Internationalist Marxist Club (p. 52)

- A New Era. CUNY Struggle (p. 58)

- Accessing Digital Literacy. Sarah Hildebrand (p. 62)

- The ...


Advocate, Vol. 29, Spring No. 3-4 (2018), Advocate Apr 2018

Advocate, Vol. 29, Spring No. 3-4 (2018), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Editorial:

- Revolution and CUNY: Remembering the 1969 Fight for Open Admissions. Bhargav Rani (p. 3)

Features:

- The Power and Political Potentials of Images. Zehra Husain (p. 8)

- Ethnography as Espionage: An Interview with Katherine Verdery. Nicholas Glastonbury (p. 14)

- Neoliberal Fictions. Nandini Ramachandran (p. 27)

Debate:

- Settler Marxism and the Murdered and Missing Revolutionary Actors. Sean M. Kennedy (p. 38)

Technology and Politics:

- Unmasking Musk: Envisioning HyperCapitalist Futures. Hillary Donnell (p. 44)

- Salami Tacticals: Little Nukes — No Big Deal? Clifford D. Conner (p. 58)

CUNY Life:

- The Campaign for Full and Fair Funding of all GC Doctoral ...


Advocate, Vol. 29, Fall No. 1 (2017), Advocate Oct 2017

Advocate, Vol. 29, Fall No. 1 (2017), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Editorial:

- “To Revolution, or not to Revolution.” Bhargav Rani (p. 3)

Features:

- Why de Blasio’s Commission Reviewing NYC’s Monuments Matters. Anthony Ramos (p. 12)

- Boycott the NFL! Shame on Them! Jeff Suttles (p. 16)

- Free the Media! Campaign to Rehire Marisa Holmes. Conor Tomás Reed (p. 20)

CUNY Life:

- Dude, Where’s my Cohort? Sarah Hildebrand (p. 26)

- PSC Rank-and-File Take Independent Action for a $7k Adjunct Minimum Wage. CUNY Struggle (p. 30)

- Practicing Consent in the Classroom. Jenn Polish (p. 34)

Review:

- Up from Below Review of China Mieville’s October: The Story of ...


Advocate, Vol. 29, Fall No. 2 (2017), Advocate Oct 2017

Advocate, Vol. 29, Fall No. 2 (2017), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Editorial:

- The Rebel’s Time: Remembering Vidrohi’s Poetry of Revolution. Bhargav Rani (p. 3)

Features:

- The Revolutions Should not be Televised: The Oeuvre of Peter Watkins. Curtis Russell (p. 12)

- “The Siege” Comes to NY. Ashley Marinaccio (p. 17)

- Orwell’s Revolution. Harry Blain (p. 22)

CUNY Life:

- Whose Community?: A Scalar Report from Graduate Center Grounds. Angela Dunne and Conor Tomás Reed (p. 28)

100 Years of the Russian Revolution:

- Women and the Russian Revolution. Tatiana Cozzarelli (p. 38)

Review:

- Between Value and Valor: Review of Corey Robin’s “The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund ...


Advocate, Vol. 28, Spring No. 2 (2017), Advocate Apr 2017

Advocate, Vol. 28, Spring No. 2 (2017), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Editorial:

- “In These Times.” Bhargav Rani (p. 3)

CUNY News:

- The Excelsior Scholarship Program Will Not Make CUNY Free for Most Students. Joseph van der Naald (p.7)

- "Where Do We Go From Here?" Rachel J. Chapman (p. 12)

- The Tragedy at Pulse Gay Nightclub and the LGBT Community Leadership for Gun Control. Chuck Stewart (p. 18)

Debate:

- In Defense of the White Working-Class Man. Gordon Barnes (p. 20)

CUNY Life:

- Pronouns, Privilege, and Pedagogy (Oh My). Jenn Polish (p. 25)

- Resurrecting the Ghost: Emotional Labor in the Classroom. Sarah Hildebrand (p. 29)

Poetry:

- Askew. Patricia Brody ...


Advocate, Vol. 28, Spring No. 1 (2017), Advocate Apr 2017

Advocate, Vol. 28, Spring No. 1 (2017), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Editorial:

- My Resignation from the Advocate. Dadland Maye (p. 3)

CUNY News:

- Trump’s Immigration Policy Strikes CUNY. Gordon Barnes (p.6)

- Undergraduate Capstones and CUNY. Leah Light (p. 12)

Features:

- The Problem of Black History Month. Gordon Barnes (p. 20)

Debate:

- The Purge of Academics in Turkey. Eylül Fidan Akıncı (p. 28)

Photo Essay:

- Responses to the Trump Regime. Ashley Marinaccio (p. 34)


Introduction: Reframing The Inequality Debate Toward Opportunity And Mobility, Norman Eng, Allan Ornstein Dec 2016

Introduction: Reframing The Inequality Debate Toward Opportunity And Mobility, Norman Eng, Allan Ornstein

Publications and Research

No abstract provided.


Advocate, Vol. 28, Fall No. 2 (2016), Advocate Oct 2016

Advocate, Vol. 28, Fall No. 2 (2016), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Features:

- Trump, Brexit, and the Abject Poverty of Liberalism. Gordon Barnes (p. 3)

Debate:

- Demonetization in India: The Political Economy of Waiting Time. Bhargav Rani (p. 26)

Book Review:

- The Dark Side of the American Revolution: A Review of Robert Parkinson’s “The Common Cause: Creating Race and Nation in the American Revolution.” Evan Turiano (p. 36)

- Writing Resistance in the Age of Survaillance: A Comparative Review of Steven Salaita’s “Uncivil Rites” and Moustafa Bayoumi’s “This Muslim American Life.” Erik Wallenberg (p. 41)


Advocate, Vol. 28, Fall No. 1 (2016), Advocate Oct 2016

Advocate, Vol. 28, Fall No. 1 (2016), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Editorial:

- The Difficulty of Making a Voting Decision. (p. 3)

CUNY News:

- Freedom of Expression Under Threat at CUNY, Again. (p.8)

- Where is the Money Going? Janet Werther (p. 12)

- Jon-Christian Suggs Memorial. James de Jongh (p. 18)

Features:

- Stranger in my Skin: Racial (un)belonging in the U.S. Tommy Chung (p. 22)

- Amy Ashwood Garvey: A Bibliographic Essay. Rhone Fraser (p. 30)

Debate:

- Donald Trump and the Death Rattle of Liberal Civility. Asher Wycoff (p. 36)

Performance Review

- The Fetish of the Mourning Other Review of Taryn Simon’s An Occupation of Loss. Sarah ...


Advocate, Vol. 27, Spring No. 1 (2016), Advocate Apr 2016

Advocate, Vol. 27, Spring No. 1 (2016), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor’s Note. Dadland Maye (p. 3)

CUNY News:

- Locked in Battle: The PSC, CUNY, and the Governor. Andrew Caringi (p. 6)

Debate:

- PSC Refuses to Bargain on Behalf of Adjuncts (p. 9)

Conversations:

- CUNY’s Largest Crisis in Forty Years. Conor Tomás Reed (p. 11)

Features:

- History at the Altar of Nationalism: The Stakes of the Student Resistance in India. Bhargav Rani (p. 16)

- The Signs They Should be Changing: Bringing All-Gender Bathrooms to The Graduate Center. Paul L. Hebert (p. 28)

- When Outsiders Are Not Outsiders: Enforcing Standards of Education in Hasidic Schools. Esther Bernstein ...


Advocate, Vol. 27, Spring No. 2 (2016), Advocate Apr 2016

Advocate, Vol. 27, Spring No. 2 (2016), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Editor’s Note:

- The DSC Votes to Boycott Israeli Academic Institutions. Bhargav Rani (p. 3)

CUNY News:

- Inside the CUNY Pipeline. Makeba Lavan (p. 5)

- State of Your Public-School Education. Carlos Camacho and Cecilia M. Salvi (p. 7)

Debate:

- Elitism in Supreme Court and Presidential Politics. Shawn Simpson (p. 9)

- Harmony and Mayhem in Somalia. Denise Rivera (p. 14)

Features:

- Combating the Neoliberal University with a Strike. Gordon Barnes (p. 18)

Reviews:

- Stokely: A Life Through the Lens of Kwame Ture’s Autobiography. Rhone Fraser (p. 26)


Advocate, Vol. 27, Spring No. 3 (2016), Advocate Apr 2016

Advocate, Vol. 27, Spring No. 3 (2016), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

CUNY News:

- This Article is Banned by the CUNY Policy on Expressive Conduct. Stefanie A. Jones and Dominique Nisperos (p. 3)

Debate:

- The Attitude Toward Homelessness in America. Shawn Simpson (p. 7)

Features:

- What led to the Impeachment of Brazil’s First Female President? Denise Rivera (p. 16)

- CUNY by the People, for the People. Rachel J. Chapman and Conor Tomás Reed (p. 21)

Reviews:

- From Freedom to Suppression: The Problem of Jamaica’s Maroon Heritage in Queen Nanny. Gordon Barnes (p. 26)


Advocate, Vol. 27, Fall No. 1 (2015), Advocate Oct 2015

Advocate, Vol. 27, Fall No. 1 (2015), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

CUNY NEWS (p. 7)

DEBATE: Those Fools You Call Intellectuals: “Digital India” and a Defense of Dissidence (p. 9)

CONVERSATIONS: Portable India: A Vision of Responsible Literacy in a Digital Democracy (p. 14)

THE CUNY EXPERIENCE:

- Reforms to Sexual Harassment Policies on Campus: Cases Still Underreported (p. 17)

- Speak-Out! Stop Racist Terror! (p. 20)

- Open Letter to the President and Provost (p. 22)

FEATURES:

- Bernie Sanders: Capitalist Pig in Socialist Drag (p. 24)

- “Democracy Rising”: Fighting Austerity in Greece (p. 29)

- (Mis)Understanding Gang Violence in El Salvador (p. 32)

REVIEWS:

- FILM REVIEW: Black Panthers: Vanguard of ...


Advocate, Vol. 27, Fall No. 3 (2015), Advocate Oct 2015

Advocate, Vol. 27, Fall No. 3 (2015), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor’s Note. Dadland Maye (p. 4)

Letters:

- NYPD Surveillance on CUNY? Chancellor Milliken Responds Todd Fine Replies (p. 6)

- Defunding Dean K. Harrison Award Recipients? Provost Lennihan Responds. Naomi Podber (p. 8)

Debate:

- An Honest Commitment to Diversity. Paul L. Hebert (p. 12)

Conversations:

- An Open Letter to My Students and Anyone Else... Jerry Gafio Watts (p. 16)

- The Enduring Legacy of Jerry Gafio Watts. Christine A. Pinnock (p. 24)

Features:

- Disgrace! An Open Letter Addressing Diversity at the Graduate Center (p. 28)

- When the Right is Right: A Left-Wing Case Against Gun Control. Gordon Barnes ...


Advocate, Vol. 27, Fall No. 2 (2015), Advocate Oct 2015

Advocate, Vol. 27, Fall No. 2 (2015), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

EDITOR'S NOTE (p. 3)

CUNY NEWS:

- PSC calls for Disruptive Action and Strike Authorization Vote (p. 5)

- Wake Up Chancellor Milliken!: Photos from the PSC’s October Protest (p. 6)

- What the Union Wants: PSC CUNY’s Contract Demands (p. 8)

DEBATE: Not a Woman’s Issue: Gender Parity in the Workplace (p. 12)

CONVERSATIONS: Two Letters to Chancellor Milliken (p. 15)

FEATURES:

- Raising the Flag of Palestine (p. 17)

- How to Fly High Without Moving Forward: The Continued Drug War Waged by Prohibitionists (p. 20)

- A Genealogy of Violence: Understanding the Massacre in Ankara (p ...


White Paper On Research Opportunities And Cuny Library Faculty: The Need For Annual Leave Parity, Psc Cuny Library Faculty Committee (2014-­2015), Jay H. Bernstein, Jill Cirasella, John A. Drobnicki, Francine Egger-Sider, Lisa Ellis, Robert Farrell, William Gargan, Bonnie Nelson, Mariana Regalado, Sharon Swacker, Tess Tobin Jun 2015

White Paper On Research Opportunities And Cuny Library Faculty: The Need For Annual Leave Parity, Psc Cuny Library Faculty Committee (2014-­2015), Jay H. Bernstein, Jill Cirasella, John A. Drobnicki, Francine Egger-Sider, Lisa Ellis, Robert Farrell, William Gargan, Bonnie Nelson, Mariana Regalado, Sharon Swacker, Tess Tobin

Publications and Research

This White Paper provides an exposition and analysis of how annual leave disparity has arisen for Library Faculty at the City University of New York (CUNY) as compared to other CUNY faculty, its effects on librarians, and what a positive solution to the problem would look like.


Advocate, Vol. 26, Spring No. 2 (2015), Advocate Apr 2015

Advocate, Vol. 26, Spring No. 2 (2015), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor’s Desk: A New Feminism (p. 3)

News in Brief: DSC Reps Balk, Fail to Condemn Racist Police Violence (p. 5)

Guest Editoral: Flush the TPP, Amy Goodman (p. 8)

Photo Essay: Ayotzinapa Caravan Comes to New York, CUNY Internationalist Club (p. 10)

The CUNY Experience: Keeping the Lights On: The Cost of “Experiential Learning,” Stephanie Vella and Cecilia Maria Salvi (p. 14)

Political Analysis:

- Cyclical Chaos: The Central African Republic’s Troubled Past and Uncertain Future, Denise Rivera (p. 16)

- Scumbags Work Together: The NYC Black Lives Matter Movement and Its Enemies, Ashoka ...


Advocate, Vol. 26, Spring No. 1 (2015), Advocate Apr 2015

Advocate, Vol. 26, Spring No. 1 (2015), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor’s Desk: Real Problems, New Governance, and Terrible Solutions (p. 3)

Letters to the Editor: Responses to ‘In Support of Violence’ (p. 5)

News in Brief:

- Obama Lauds CUNY, CUNY Stiffs Faculty (p. 7)

- The Africana Studies Group Statement on the Ferguson and Eric Garner Grand Jury Decisions (p. 9)

Guest Editorial: From ‘Demos’ to ‘Podemos’ (p. 10)

The CUNY Experience:

- The End of Miss and Mister: Gendered Titles and Political Correctness, Jennifer Polish (p. 12)

- The Hidden Costs of Student Representation: Fiscal Mismanagement and the Struggle for a New University Student Senate, Cecilia ...


Advocate, Vol. 26, Spring No. 3 (2015), Advocate Apr 2015

Advocate, Vol. 26, Spring No. 3 (2015), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS

From the Editor’s Desk: More Propaganda, Less Liberalism: Our Ongoing Struggle (p. 3)

Letters to the Editor (p. 5)

CUNY News in Brief:

- One Step Forward, Two Steps Back (p. 6)

- Unions to Mobilize on May Day Against Racist Police Killings. CUNY Internationalist Clubs (p. 7)

Graduate Student Life:

- Digital Humanities Resources: A Personal Journey. Jennifer Tang (p. 9)

- The CUNY Experience Beyond Advocacy: Creating a CUNY-Wide Student Union. Amanda Ocasio (p. 11)

In Conversation:

- Prisoners for Profit: CUNY Prison Divest and the Carceral State. Christina Nadler, Melissa Marturano, and Sean M. Kennedy (p. 13)

Political ...


K-12 Moocs Must Address Equity, Norman Eng Feb 2015

K-12 Moocs Must Address Equity, Norman Eng

Publications and Research

Massive open online courses, or MOOCs, the new wave of distance education offered by elite institutions like Harvard and MIT, are moving into high schools, and—contrary to what many think—that could be a problem.


Demographics And Education In The Twenty-First Century, Norman Eng Jan 2015

Demographics And Education In The Twenty-First Century, Norman Eng

Publications and Research

No abstract provided.


Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 3 (2014), Advocate Oct 2014

Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 3 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From The Editor’s Desk: In Support of Violence (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief: CUNY Goes Corporate; Trustees Say Silence Implies Guilt (p. 5)

Guest Editorial: Shaking The Heavens in Ferguson, Amy Goodman (p. 8)

In Memoriam: Remembering Leslie Feinberg: Letters from Two Activist-Scholar Queer-Femmes, Jennifer Polish and Leilani Dowell (p. 9)

In Conversation: Confronting Institutional Racism: Steven Salaita on Academic Freedom, BDS, and the Colonial Logic of the Neoliberal University, Rayya El Zein, Gordon Barnes, and Melissa Marturano (p. 11)

Edifying Debate: Palestine, Israel, and the Responsibility of Scholarship: Against Absolute Boycotts, Towards a Politics ...


Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 2 (2014), Advocate Oct 2014

Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 2 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor’s Desk: Politics and the Academy (p. 3)

Letter to the Editor: The Dangers of BDS (p. 5)

CUNY News in Brief: PSC, Trustees Wrangle over Adjunct Pay (p. 6)

Guest Editorial: Ebola Czar, but No Surgeon General?, Amy Goodman with Denis Moynihan (p. 8)

Photo Essay: International Solidarity with Mexican Students, CUNY Internationalist Clubs (p. 10)

Political Analysis: The No State Solution: Institutionalizing Libertarian Socialism in Kurdistan, Alexander Kolokotronis (p. 15)

Edifying Debate: Overcoming Fear: Negotiating a Position on the DSC’s BDS Resolution, Dadland Maye (p. 22)

Featured Articles:

- The Adjunct Wage ...


Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 1 (2014), Advocate Oct 2014

Advocate, Vol. 26, Fall No. 1 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor’s Desk: The Purpose of the Academic Boycott (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief:

- BDS Debated, Adjuncts Go Unpaid (p. 5)

- A View from the Left Wing: Reflections on the 2014 World Cup, Arman Azimi (p. 7)

- Graduate Center Student Runs for Political Office: Q & A with Brian P. Jones, Francisco Fortuño Bernier (p. 10)

Dispatches from the Front:

- This Woman’s Work: The Misogynistic Realities I Face As a Female Professor, Melissa Marturano (p. 15)

- From Ferguson to New York, CUNY Internationalist Marxist Club (p. 17)

Edifying Debate:

- CUNY and the Boycott: On ...


Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 3 (2014), Advocate May 2014

Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 3 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor’s Desk: Diversity at CUNY: Statistics vs. Reality (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief: As Workers Grumble, a New Master (p. 5)

Letter to the Editor: Objections About Reparations (p. 6)

In Memoriam: Alas Enormes: Gabriel García Márquez, José Chevarry (p. 7)

Mentoring Future Faculty of Color: A Brief Conversation with Chris Eng and Melissa Phruksachart, Kristina Huang (p. 8)

Edifying Debate:

- Speech and Sanctions: Highlights from the CUNY Forum on the BDS Movement and Academic Freedom, Bill Mullen and Sherry Wolf (p. 10)

- Marching for Immigrants’ and Workers’ Rights, CUNY Internationalist Marxist Club ...


Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 2 (2014), Advocate Mar 2014

Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 2 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor’s Desk: An Open Letter to the GC Community, The Advocate Editorial Staff (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief:

- Albany Kills Dream, Shafts Libraries (p. 6)

- Gay Activists Protest St. Patrick’s Day Parade Ban, Camilo Gomez (p. 10)

Guest Columnist: U.S. Sailors and Marines Allege Fukushima Radiation Sickness, Amy Goodman (p. 12)

Women in the U.S. Workforce: Much to Celebrate, Much to Do, Cristina Pérez Díaz (p. 14)

CUNY Gives ROTC the Boot, Conor Tomás Reed (p. 16)

Copyright and Democracy: The Case for Protecting Intellectual Property in the Digital Age ...


Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 1 (2014), Advocate Feb 2014

Advocate, Vol. 25, Spring No. 1 (2014), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor's Desk: The New Chancellor and You (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief (p. 5)

Guest Columnist: People of Color Are Losing the Vote, Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan (p. 9)

Guest Columnist: When a University Hospital Backs a Surgical Robot, Controversy Ensues, Charles Ornstein (p. 10)

Social Illness: Reactions to Patient’s Tweets Broach a Brave New World of Health Visibility, Collette Sosnowy (p. 13)

Academic Freedom and the Boycott, Kristofer Petersen-Overton (p. 15)

Not Backing Down: Protests at City College over Morales/Shakur Expose CUNY at Its Most Oppressive, Michael Stivers (p ...


Advocate, Vol. 25, Fall No. 1 (2013), Advocate Sep 2013

Advocate, Vol. 25, Fall No. 1 (2013), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor's Desk: CUNY in the Kelly Era (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief (p. 5)

Political Analysis: ‘It’s Exactly The Opposite!’: Modern Money Theory versus ‘Reality,’ J. A. Myerson (p. 7)

Guest Columnist: Obama and Putin: Time for Diplomacy, Amy Goodman (p. 12)

Rank and File: What’s at Stake in Graduate Organizing?, Karen Gregory (p. 14)

Notes on My Summer of Uprising, Uğur Güney (p. 18)

Book Review: The Strange Career of Samuel Delany, Lavelle Porter (p. 25)

Art Review: Modernism Unmoored, Michael Busch (p. 31)

Art Review: Explosions in the Sky ...


Advocate, Vol. 24, Spring No. 3 (2013), Advocate May 2013

Advocate, Vol. 24, Spring No. 3 (2013), Advocate

The Advocate

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

From the Editor's Desk: Out with the Old, In with the...Same Old? (p. 3)

CUNY News in Brief (p. 5)

Political Analysis: Rent-Controlled, J. A. Myerson (p. 7)

Searching the CUNY Catalog not working for you? You’re not alone!, Reethee Antony (p. 9)

Guest Columnist: Terror in the West, Texas, Night, Amy Goodman (p. 10)

The Radical Greens: How Divestment, Direct Action, and Leftist Politics are Shaping the Environmental Movement, Mike Stivers (p. 13)

The Trouble with Professor Petraeus, Arun Gupta (p. 17)

Irregular Future: A Conversation with Matt Kennard, Michael Busch (p. 20 ...