Book Reviews on rabble.ca

May 30 2013 | By Raffi Cavoukian | Renowned singer Raffi discusses the need for social media reform especially as a key consideration within childhood development strategies.
May 24 2013 | By Yutaka Dirks | 'How to Get Along With Women' by Elisabeth de Mariaffi is a sharp and inventive romp through the intertwining aspects of power, identity and sexuality in relationships in supremely real backdrops.
May 16 2013 | By Dennis Pilon | 'Wrestling with Democracy' by Dennis Pilon provides a historical and comparative look at electoral reform (or lack thereof) of western industrialized countries over the past century.
May 9 2013 | By Kathleen Yamazaki | Night Town by Cathi Bond is a coming-of-age story of a young woman, and a shifting nation, growing up in the rapidly changing social fabric of 1970s Toronto and searching for acceptance and progress.
May 2 2013 | By Robert Jensen | The following is adapted from the new book Arguing for Our Lives: A User's Guide to Constructive Dialogue from City Lights Books.
Apr 26 2013 | By Mike Elk | Dave Zirin's new book, Game Over: How Politics Has Turned the Sports World Upside Down, explores the intersection of sports and politics over the past three years.
Apr 19 2013 | By Judy Rebick |, | By Velcrow Ripper | Compassionate action is positive, kind, fierce and transformative. It comes from the heart, not just the head.
Apr 11 2013 | By Aaron Leonard | Eveline Lubbers documents how private corporations -- sometimes independently, sometimes in collusion with state police agencies -- spy and target dissent.
Apr 5 2013 | By Dominic Alexander | Only system change on the large scale can free people from the Caspian to the Atlantic, and further on, from the power represented by the oil road.
Mar 28 2013 | By Ian Angus | Despite a lack of evidence, Eddy Yuen not only argues that getting out the truth about environmental crises causes apathy, but insists that it "disables the left but benefits the right and capital."