Against the Current No. 213, July/
Infrastructure: Who Needs It?
— The Editors
Burma: The War vs. the People
— Suzi Weissman interviews Carlos Sardiña Galache
— Valentine M. Moghadam
The Detroit Left & Social Unionism in the 1930s
— Steve Babson
- On the Left and Labor’s Upsurge: A Few Readings from ATC
Detroit: Austerity and Politics, Part 2
— Peter Blackmer
- Chicago's Torture Machine
Reparations for Police Torture
— interview with Aislinn Pulley
- Diana Ortiz ¡presente!
A Torture Survivor Speaks
— interview with Mark Clements
Torture, Reparations & Healing
— interview with Joey Mogul
The Windy City Torture Underground
— Linda Loew
- Palestine -- Then and Now
Palestinian Americans Take the Lead
— Malik Miah
Zionist Colonization and Its Victim
— Moshé Machover
— David Finkel
Not a Cause for Palestinians Only
— Merry Maisel
When Liberals Fail on Palestine
— Donald B. Greenspon
Immigration: What's at Stake?
— Guy Miller
Exploring PTSD Politics
— Norm Diamond
A Life of Struggle: Grace Carlson
— Dianne Feeley
Living in the Moment
— Martin Oppenheimer
THE HISTORY AND legacy of the U.S. left in labor’s 1930s upsurge, and its lessons for today, are subjects of huge bodies of research and debate. The following contributions, from varying perspectives, are among those appearing in Against the Current over many years, and can be found in the back issues at our website.
An extensive interview with Michael Goldfield, author of the recently published The Southern Key. Class, Race and Radicalism in the 1930s and 1940s, was conducted by Cory R. Melcher in ATC 211. The book is reviewed by Alex Lichtenstein in ATC 210.
Nelson Lichtenstein’s biography of Walter Reuther, The Most Dangerous Man in Detroit, was reviewed by Jane Slaughter in ATC 64 and by Michael Goldfield in ATC 67, with a response by Lichtenstein in ATC 69.
The Flint sitdown strike was discussed in articles by Sol Dollinger and Nelson Lichtenstein in ATC 62; Sollinger’s tribute to “The Unrelenting Genora Dollinger” appeared in ATC 60. Charlie Post wrote on the legacy of the 1930s “Popular Front” in ATC 63.
July-August 2021, ATC 213