Ken Wolf: McKibben shifts from nature to human nature and wonders whether “the human game has begun to play itself out,” as livable space on the earth shrinks.
Paul Haeder: Today, we are at the juncture where very little attention is paid to Japan and other places attempting to disseminate all the suffering the people of Fukushima underwent at the time of the meltdown.
Steve Early: As we approach the 50th anniversary of both the Moratorium and Mobilization, it’s worth recalling one critical anti-war constituency whose role was less visible then and remains little acknowledged today.
Ed Rampell: Bisson’s elliptical novel is thought-provoking but readers must have their antennas up and remain alert while perusing it.
Ed Rampell: It’s not surprising that in his slim volume Wolff focuses on an economic aspect of Marxism, which Wolff argues is the fulfillment of the “democracy” promised but unfulfilled by the bourgeois revolutions in countries like America in 1776 and France in 1789.