Race & Class, October 2015

The October issue of Race & Class includes articles on state violence and collusion in Northern Ireland, Israel and Europe’s radical Right, and District 9 and post-apartheid Johannesburg.

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State violence and the colonial roots of collusion in Northern Ireland by Mark McGovern

The Gates of Jerusalem: European revisionism and the populist radical Right by Omran Shroufi

District 9, race and neoliberalism in post-apartheid Johannesburg by Keith B. Wagner

Turning the race-class dialectic on its head: the case of an AFL union by Michael J. Roberts


One Nation Conservatism: a Gypsy, Roma and Traveller case study by Andrew Ryder

Minority women, austerity and activism by Akwugo Emejulu and Leah Bassel

The war on welfare and the war on asylum by Jon Burnett

The secret story of Grenada’s independence by Phil Miller


Guantánamo Diary by Mohamedou Ould Slafi, Murder at Camp Delta: a staff sergeant’s pursuit of the truth about Guantánamo Bay by Joseph Hickman, The Senate Intelligence Committee Report on Torture and The Terror Courts: rough justice at Guantánamo Bay by Jess Brevin (Victoria Brittain)

The Half Has Never Been Told: slavery and the making of American capitalism by Edward E. Baptist and Just Mercy: a story of justice and redemption by Bryan Stevenson (Nancy Murray)

Permis de Tuer: chronique de l’impunité policière edited by Collectif Angles Mortes (Reem Abu-Hayyeh)

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