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Whose World? Theirs or Ours?

There's a new publication out for global justice activists -- the new issue of the International Socialist Review, with essays by Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky, Dennis Brutus, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Michael Albert, Walden Bello, Kevin Danaher, Lisa Fithian, Manning Marable, Norman Solomon, Susan George, Oscar Olivera...
Whose World? Theirs or Ours?
The Future of the Global Justice Movement

Sisters and Brothers,

There's a new publication out for global justice activists -- the August-September issue of the International Socialist Review.

It includes essays by Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky, Dennis Brutus, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Michael Albert, Walden Bello, Kevin Danaher, Lisa Fithian, Doug Henwood, Manning Marable, John Pilger, Norman Solomon, Susan George, Oscar Olivera--over 40 activists and intellectuals writing on the future of the global justice movement. The whole list is available at www.internationalsocialist.org/isr.html.

This special issue is perfect for activists assessing the struggle so far and preparing for the upcoming demonstrations against the World Bank and IMF in September in Washington DC. It explores the impact of neo-liberal policies around the world, how the worlds workers and peasants have begun to respond, and the ensuing debates in the evolving movement against corporate globalization.

To order, send $6.95 by check or Visa/MC (includes shipping - for international orders add $2.00) to:
email isr (at) internationalsocialist.org
phone 773-583-7884
fax 773-583-6144
visit www.internationalsocialist.org/isr.html. Contact us for discounts on bulk orders.

In solidarity,

Adam Turl

"I have waited a long time for the International Socialist Review, the powerful publication of the time of the IWW and the Socialist Party at the turn of the century, to come back, and here it is, as sharp and strong as ever. I find every issue illuminating." -Howard Zinn
 
 

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