We own the future : democratic Socialism-American style / edited by Kate Aronoff, Peter Dreier, and Michael Kazin
Book | The New Press | 2020

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vi, 345 pages ; 22 cm
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Includes bibliographical references.
Summary
"A stunningly original and timely collection that makes the case for "socialism, American style""-- Provided by publisher.
Contents
Part 1. Is a new America possible? -- Introduction / Kate Aronoff, Peter Dreier, and Michael Kazin -- How socialists changed America / Peter Dreier and Michael Kazin -- Toward a third reconstruction / Andrea Flynn, Susan Holmberg, Dorian Warren, and Felicia Wong -- A three-legged stool for racial and economic justice / Darrick Hamilton -- Democratic socialism for a climate-changed century / Naomi Klein -- Part 2. Expanding democracy -- Governing socialism / Bill Fletcher Jr. -- We the people : voting rights, campaign finance, and election reform / J. Mijin Cha -- Confronting corporate power / Robert Kuttner -- Building the people's banks / David Dayen -- Democracy, equality, and the future of workers / Sarita Gupta, Stephen Lerner, and Joseph A. McCartin -- Who gets to be safe? Prisons, police, and terror / Aviva Stahl -- On immigration : a socialist case for open borders / Michelle Chen -- On foreign policy : war from above, solidarity from below / Tejasvi Nagaraja -- Part 3. The right to a good life -- Liable cities / Thomas J. Sugrue -- What does health equity require? racism and the limits of medicare for all / Dorothy Roberts -- The family of the future / Sarah Leonard -- Defending and improving public education / Pedro Noguera -- Reclaiming competition : sports and socialism / David Zirin -- What about a well-fed artist? Imagining cultural work in a democratic socialist society / Francesca Fiorentini -- How socialism surged, and how it can go further / Harold Meyerson -- Afterword : A day in the life of a socialist citizen / Michael Walzer.
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Aronoff, Kate,
ISBN
9781620975213 (paperback)
1620975211 (paperback)
9781620975220 (ebook)
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