CNS Journal – Vol. 20, 4 (December 2009)

House Organ
The Worst of Times
By Joel Kovel

Wildlife and the State
The Use of Historic and Contemporary Justification for Killing Wolves By the Palin Administration
By Alexander Simon

Wilderness Policy
The Wilderness Act of 1964 and the Wilderness Policy Preservation Network
By George A. Gonzalez

Waste and Society
War on Waste? The Politics of Waste and Recycling in Post-War Britain, 1950-1975
By Timothy Cooper

Indian Informational Capitalism: Revisiting Environment and Development Studies
By Kavita Philip

Naked Capitalism
The Banking Crisis: From Speculation to Sustainability
By Mary Mellor

Financial Meltdown: An Intriguing Silence at the Core
By Sanjeev Ghotge

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By Laura Elrick

By Dennis Brutus

Elegy for Rachel Corrie
By Frank Sherlock

Response to Næss and Høyer
By David Schwartzman

Shadows in Schwartzman’s Sunny Society
By Petter Næss and Karl Georg Høyer

Review Essay
Taking Liberties: Who? Whom?
By Peter Linebaugh

Book Reviews
Post-Capitalist Economics and Environmentalism, a review of Chris Spannos’ (ed.), Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century
By Thomas Nail

Documenting Catastrophe, a review of Patrick Hossay’s Unsustainable: A Primer for Global Environmental and Social Justice
By Randolph Haluza-DeLay

Imagine There’s No People, a review of Alan Weisman’s The World Without Us
By Jonathan Wlasiuk

Investigations into Types of Wastefulness, a review of Zsuzsa Gille’s From the Cult of Waste to the Trash Heap of History: The Politics of Waste in Socialist and Postsocialist Hungary
By Verena Winiwarter

The Permeability of Urban Cultures, a review of Malcolm Miles’ Cities and Cultures
By Carlos Nunes Silva

Environmental History, a review of Richard A. Walker’s The Country in the City: The Greening of the San Francisco Bay Area
By Stephen Germic[/expand]