Book Review Jan 30
San Francisco youth climate strike, March 2019. Image: Marti Johnson/Wikimedia Commons
Sophia Reuss | "A Planet to Win" argues that the activist left must popularize a new moral and political calculus, one aimed at building a world where all people can live a good life.
Book Review Jan 16
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Cristina D'Amico | Platforms like Facebook and Twitter extract their users' labour for profit. The solution, says author Richard Seymour in his new book, is a social industry strike.
Book Review Jan 9
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Robert Hackett | That's the task that Catriona Sandilands and the 45 other contributors to "Rising Tides: Reflections for Climate Changing Times" have set for themselves. And it's no small challenge.
Book Review Dec 6
Allison Smith | Leslie Kern's latest book, "Feminist City: A Field Guide," is an introductory text on the female urban experience.
Book Review Nov 28
Margeaux Feldman | Carmen Maria Machado's new memoir, "In The Dream House," mirrors the way that trauma fragments our existence and depicts its afterlife in our bodies.
Book Review Nov 21
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Raluca Bejan | New book promises bold new vision for leftist politics but fails to deliver.
Book Review Nov 7
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Bill Blaikie | Segal has woven the history of the Canadian debate about a basic income policy into a book that is part personal memoir, part political memoir, and part political history.
Book Review Oct 24
Ontario Power Generation's Sir Adam Beck Generating Complex. Image: Ontario Power Generation/Adam Beck Complex/Wikimedia Commons
Yutaka Dirks | McQuaig's new book "The Sport and Prey of Capitalists" tells the story of how politicians have gradually ceded our country's public goods to private capital.
Book Review Aug 22
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Mary Rowles | Margaret O'Mara's "The Code"shows that the technological revolution in America didn't emerge from the free market, but floated on a multi-billion dollar sea of postwar defence funding.
Book Review Aug 8
Rohan Ghatage | Whitehead's new novel was spurred by a desire to understand the new American reality inaugurated in the era of Donald Trump.
Book Review Jul 25
The Anglo-Boer war memorial in the grounds of the City Hall, Belfast. Photo: Albert Bridge
Deena Dinat | How do human beings respond to profoundly inhuman events? This questions is at the heart of British author Damian Barr's debut, "You Will Be Safe Here."
Book Review Jul 18
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Christina Turner | Alexandra Kimball's book shows how successive waves of the feminist movement have either ignored or been openly hostile to infertile women.
Book Review Jul 11
Cerrejón mine in Colombia. Image: Wikimedia Commons
Brent Patterson | "Organized Violence" is rigorous in its research, scholarly while still being accessible, hard-hitting, and emotionally powerful.
Book Review Jul 4
Marisa Grizenko | Awad's first novel satirizes creative writing programs, but offers little in the way of a redemptive vision.
Book Review Jun 27
Margeaux Feldman | "Pleasure activism" encourages those working for social justice to embrace pleasure -- in all its forms -- as a revolutionary act.

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