CNS Journal – Vol. 21, 1 (March 2010)

House Organ
A Conference That Will Live In Infamy
By Joel Kovel

Copenhagen and Beyond
Report from Cop-enhagen
By David Rovics

System Change not Climate Change: Has a New Social Formation Emerged at the Kyoto II Climate Change Talks in Copenhagen?
By Terisa E. Turner

Meltdown in Copenhagen
By Dave Channon

Maintaining Momentum after Copenhagen’s Collapse: Seal the Deal or “Seattle” the Deal?
By Patrick Bond

System Change, Not Climate Change: A People’s Declaration from Klimaforum09
On the People’s Declaration from Klimaforum09
By Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro

Annals of Radicalism
Wilhelm Reich: A Harbinger of Ecosocialism? An Introduction to Bennett
By Joel Kovel

Wilhelm Reich’s Early Writings on Work Democracy: A Theoretical Basis for Challenging Fascism Then and Now
By Philip W. Bennett

Human Nature
Our Socialist Response to Proto-fascist Fundamentalism
By Richard Lichtman

Ecofeminist Perspectives
Earth Democracy: Beyond Dead Democracies and Killing Economies
By Vandana Shiva

Earth Democracy and Ecosocialism: What’s in a Name?
By Leigh Brownhill

Tiny Arctic Ice
By Kaia Sand

The Global Financial Crisis
Economists, Recessions, and Profits
By José A. Tapia Granados

Book Reviews
A Political Economy of Nuclear Waste and Militarism, a review of Peter Custers’ Questioning Globalized Militarism: Nuclear and Military Production and Critical Economic Theory
By Tony Smith

An Environmentalism of the Poor, a review of Ariel Salleh’s (ed.), Eco-Sufficiency and Global Justice: Women Write Political Ecology
By Michael Löwy

Animals in Christianity, a review of Laura Hobgood-Oster’s Holy Dogs and Asses: Animals in the Christian Tradition
By Barbara Darling-Smith

An American History of Perceptions of Food, a review of Ann Vileisis’ Kitchen Literacy: How We Lost Knowledge of Where Food Comes From and Why We Need to Get It Back
By Richard Plate

Blowing Up Mohammed, a review of Michael Shnayerson’s Coal River
By Joseph Witt

Managing the Earth’s Wild Lands, a review of Nicholas K. Menzies’ Our Forest, Your Ecosystem, Their Timber: Communities, Conservation, and the State in Community-Based Forest Management
By George Vrtis[/expand]