a journal of modern society & culture
summer
2005

volume four - issue three

Contents

Kurt Jacobsen and Sayeed Hasan Khan   London Bombs Come in All Sizes and Shapes
Stephen Eric Bronner   Iraq Redux: How Things Looked Then and How They Look Now
Norman Solomon   George W. Strangelove and the Triumph of Nuclear Faith
Ian Williams   The Revolutionary Spirit
Morris Berman   Tale of Two Cultures: a London-Barcelona Diary
 


Labor Unions in Crisis?

Stanley Aronowitz   On the AFL-CIO Split
Dick Howard   On the Future of Trade Unionism


Special Section on Einstein


Special Section on Mark Twain

 
 


Artwork

Cinema and Critical Reflection: A Conversation with Ken Jacobs


Poetry
by Andrey Gritsman:

Introduction by Elena Mancini
Five Poems by Andrey Gritsman
Interview with Andrey Gritsman


Reviews
Review Essay: Edward Said: Criticism and Society, by Abdirahman Hussein, and
Edward Said at the Limits,
by Mustapha Marrouchi
reviewed by Matthew Abraham

Stuff That Happened: Jonathan Safran Foer's Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

by Nikil Saval
Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity
, by Lawrence Lessig
reviewed by Brian Trench
Irresistible Empire: America's Advance Through Twentieth-Century Europe, by Victoria de Grazia
reviewed by Mark Luccarelli
Mediated: How the Media Shapes Your World and the Way You Live in It, by Thomas de Zengotita
reviewed by Mark Jay Mirsky

Logosonline 2005
summer 2005

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