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Radio Free Maine
presents recordings of
The World Is Not For Sale
Rethinking the Common Good
2004 Socialist Scholars Conference
March 12-14, 2004
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art
New York City
Sponsored by the Democratic Socialists of America
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Socialist Scholars Conference, held every spring in
New York City for the last 23 years, is the largest
event of the U.S. Left.  Every year, I get a chance to
record some of the thousands of radical activists,
socialists, feminists, anarchists, union organizers,
black liberation advocates, alternative journalists
and democratic scholars who gather for a weekend of
spirited debate and dialogue.  This is the best
on-going conference in America.  For listings
of recordings from previous conferences,
go to the RFM Web Site
www.radiofreemaine.com
For info about next year�s conference,
go to www.socialistscholars.org
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Opening Plenary
The World Is Not For Sale!

David Harvey currently teaches anthropology at the
CUNY Graduate Center. He formerly taught geography at
the John Hopkins University and the University of
Oxford. His books include The Limits to Capital; The
Condition of Postmodernity; Spaces of Hope: Spaces of
Capital; Paris, Capital of Modernity; and The New
Imperialism. He also regularly teaches Marx's Capital
at the graduate center in collaboration with the
Brecht Forum.

Luciana Castellina has been a participant in the
Italian left since the 1970s. After leaving the
leadership of the Communist Youth, she co-founded the
political organization and daily newspaper, Il
Manifesto, on whose directorate she remains. She has
been elected to the Italian and European parliaments
several times. Castellina is active in Italy�s
Environmental League and in the International Network
for Cultural Diversity. In the European Parliament she
presided over the Committee on Culture and Media, and
the Committee for International Economic Relations. As
president of Italia Cinema, she promoted Italian films
abroad. She is now president of No-War-TV.

Bill Fletcher, Jr., is the President and chief
executive officer of TransAfrica Forum, a national
non-profit organization organizing, educating and
advocating for policies in favor of the peoples of
Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America. He was the
Vice President for International Trade Union
Development Programs for the George Meany Center of
the AFL-CIO. Prior to his stint at the George Meany
Center, Bill served as Education Director and later
Assistant to the President of the AFL-CIO. He has also
authored and published in a variety of books,
newspapers and magazines.

Vittorio Agnoletto is an M.D. who heads the major
Italian NGO working on the problem of AIDS. With his
broad history of activism, which includes his earlier
participation in the Catholic left, he has become the
symbol of unity between the social movements
(including its libertarian sectors) and the trade
union movements, especially after the traumatic
watershed of Genoa in 2001. He is respected by the
center left, Rifondazione, the trade unions and social
movements, and as such is a strategic figure in Italy.
He is the principal Italian representative to the
International Council of the WSF, and was elected the
spokesperson for the united Italian Social Forum.

Barbara Garson has long combined activism and writing.
During the Vietnam War she wrote Macbird, the play
that sold over half a million copies. She also worked
in an anti-war coffee house for GIs near the Fort
Lewis Army Base. Today she is active in the Global
Justice Movement and her latest book is called Money
Makes the World Go Around:One Investor Tracks Her Cash
Through the Global Economy (Penguin 2002).

Miles Rapoport has been a leader in progressive
community organizing, prodemocracy efforts, and
electoral politics for 30 years. From 1995-1999,
Rapoport served as the Secretary of the State of
Connecticut and also served in the Connecticut General
Assembly from 1985-1994. Before serving in the
legislature, Rapoport was Director of Connecticut
Citizen Action Group from 1979-1984. He also founded
Northeast Action in 1985.

Naomi Klein is the author of No Logo: Taking Aim at
the Brand Bullies (Picador) and, most recently, Fences
and Windows: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the
Globalization Debate (Picador).

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Panel #1
The Future of Multilateralism
Sponsored by Socialist Scholars Conference

Chair: Ian Williams has been a member of the British
Labour Party for over twenty years, and of DSA for ten
years since he moved to New York. A former executive
member of the British Railworkers union, he is the
U.S. correspondent of Tribune, the UN correspondent
for The Nation magazine and a contributor to the
online news magazine Salon among many other outlets.
He is author of The Alms Trade, a study of charities
and The UN for Beginners. For five years he was U.S.
editor of Balkan War Report.

Philip S. Golub is a Contributing Editor of Le Monde
Diplomatique and teaches international relations at
the Institut d'�tudes europ�ennes, Universit� Paris 8,
and the Institut d'�tudes politiques de Paris (IEP).
He is a specialist of international political economy
with a research focus on hegemonic dynamics and US
foreign policy in the post Cold War. His most recent
work is synthesized in an article, "From Globalisation
to Militarism: The American Hegemonic Cycle and System
Wide Crisis," to appear in a collective book this
Spring published by Palgrave and the Review of
International Political Economy, Global Regulation
After the Imperial Turn.

Jan Kavan, President of the Fifty Seventh Session of
the United Nations General Assembly served as the
Czech Republic Deputy Prime Minister for Foreign and
Security Policy and as Minister of Foreign Affairs
from 1998 and 2002. He is a deputy in the Czech
Parliament. An advocate of democracy and human rights
and active member of various Czech and International
NGOs, he was forced to leave Czechoslovakia for Great
Britain after the Warsaw Pact invasion, assisting
Czech opposition activists from abroad. On returning
from political exile, he joined the political movement
for democracy in Czechoslovakia and was elected to the
then parliament, becoming a member of its foreign
affairs committee for the Social Democratic Party. Mr.
Kavan is a recipient of a number of medals for his
contribution to human rights and democracy in his
country and author of numerous publications.

Pierre Schori is ambassador and permanent
representative of Sweden to the United Nations, and
has had a long and distinguished career of service
as a social democrat in the Swedish government.

J�rgen Dedring received his Ph.D. in Government at
Harvard University. He has taught at Harvard and
Dartmouth College and worked for UNITAR (1972-74)
and the UN New York (1975-1996). Since 1997 he has
taught international relations and comparative
politics at NYU and CUNY. He conducts research and
writes on the UN and multilateralism, peacemaking,
conflict resolution and prevention.

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Panel #8
New Light on Rosa Luxemburg
Dedicated to the Memory of Paul Sweezy
Sponsored by Monthly Review Press

Chair:  Andrew Nash is the Editorial Director of
Monthly Review Press.

Peter Hudis is national co-organizer of News and
Letters Committees. He has written widely on Hegelian
and Marxian theory, and is co-editor of The Rosa
Luxemburg Reader (Monthly Review Books 2004).

Michael Brie is a member of the Mangaging Board of the
Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Berlin, and head of the
Department of Policy Analysis. He has written
extensively in the areas of international relations,
history, and social policy.

Andrea Nye teaches philosophy and feminist theory at
the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.  She is the
author of a number of books on feminist philosophy.

Recorded by Michael Hajduk on March 13, 2004

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Panel #12
Geneva Accord and More:  How Do We Get There?
Sponsored by Meretz USA

Chair: Lilly Rivlin (abd) trained as a political
scientist specializing in International Relations and
Indian Studies (Nonviolent Conflict Resolution) at the
University of California, Berkeley. She has worked as
a consultant to foundations, journalist, writer,
filmmaker and group facilitator both internationally
and in the U.S. Rivlin's film credits include
writer/director/producer of three independent
documentaries, First Place winner of the National
Family Relations Media 2002 award, Gimme a Kiss
(2000), Miriam's Daughter's Now (1986) and The Tribe
(1984), shown on PBS, Israeli and Italian TV and We�re
Still Here! - The Jews Of Russia And Ukraine (1999).

Naomi Chazan, former Deputy Speaker of the Israeli
Knesset (parliament), represented the
Meretz-Democratic Israel party in the Knesset for
eleven years, from 1992 to 2003. She was chosen by her
colleagues last year to head the platform drafting
committee of YACHAD, the new Social Democratic party
superceding Meretz. Professor Chazan is currently the
Robert Wilhelm Fellow at the Center for International
Studies at MIT, specializing in Political Science and
African studies. She has been Chair of the Harry S.
Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, a Visiting Professor
of Government at Harvard University and a Visiting
Scholar at the Center for International Affairs at
Harvard University. She has authored and edited eight
books on comparative politics, and written numerous
articles on African politics, Arab-Israeli relations,
Israeli politics, and women and politics.

Yoav Peled is Professor of Political Science at Tel
Aviv University and, in 2003-2004, an External Fellow
at CCACC at Rutgers University. His work has dealt
with citizenship and ethnic politics in Israel and
with the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. His book,
Being Israeli: The Dynamics of Multiple Citizenship,
coauthored with Gershon Shafir (Cambridge 2002), won
the Albert Hourani Prize of the Middle East Studies
Association of North America for the best book on the
Middle East in 2002.

Robi Damelin belongs to a group of bereaved Israeli
and Palestinian parents known as Parents Circle Family
Forum and has worked for many years in the area of
public relations, representing several coexistence
projects, including Peace Child and an Arab Israeli
youth orchestra. Robi Damelin lost her son, who was
also a peace activist, to a sniper on March 3, 2002
while doing his reserve duties.

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Panel #24
Democracy for Sale:  The U.S. Electoral Process Today
Sponsored by Socialist Scholars Conference

Chair: Jeffrey Gold Democratic Socialists of America,
Working Families Party of New York and IRUN Institute
for Rational Urban Mobility.

Sarah Tobias is the editor of Democracy Dispatches,
and is a co-author of Expanding the Vote: The Practice
and Promise of Election Day Registration. The focus of
her current work is on enriching and expanding
democratic participation. Prior to joining Demos
Tobias worked as a consultant to the National Gay and
Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute, where she
co-authored Family Policy: Issues Affecting Gay,
Lesbian and Transgender Families (2002). A feminist
theorist by training and inclination, her scholarly
writings include "Toward a Feminist Ethic of War and
Peace" in Terry Nardin (ed.), The Ethics of War And
Peace (Princeton University Press, 1996), and "Several
Steps Behind: Lesbian and Gay Adoption" in Sally
Haslanger and Charlotte Witt (eds.), Adoption Matters:
Feminist and Philosophical Essays (Cornell University
Press, forthcoming). Tobias has a Ph.D. in Political
Science from Columbia University and an undergraduate
degree from Cambridge University, England.

Laura Flanders is the author of BUSHWOMEN: Tales of a
Cynical Species, an investigation into the women in
George W. Bush's Cabinet. Flanders writes regularly
for Tompaine.com, the Nation, Ms. Magazine and Znet.
Her op-ed pieces have appeared in The San Francisco
Chronicle. Flanders has been a regular panelist on the
Fox News Channel's "Fox News Watch," and PBS's women's
discussion program, "To the Contrary." Other TV
appearances include "The O'Reilly Factor," "Hannity
and Colmes," and CSPAN's "Washington Journal," as well
as the MSNBC program, "Donahue," "Good Morning
America" and the Canadian news discussion program
"CounterSpin," on CBC. Flanders was founding director
of the Women's Desk at the media watch group, FAIR and
for more than ten years she produced and hosted
CounterSpin, FAIR's nationally-syndicated radio
program. Flanders is also the author of  Real
Majority, Media Minority; the Cost of Sidelining Women
in Reporting (Common Courage Press, 1997) about which
Susan Faludi wrote, "If only there were a hundred of
her."

Edward A. Hailes, Jr. is an experienced civil rights
attorney and an ordained Baptist minister. Hailes now
serves as the Power and Democracy Director for
Advancement Project. He formerly served as the General
Counsel for the United States Commission on Civil
Rights, directing the federal agency�s historic
investigation into allegations of voting
irregularities in Florida during the November 2000
presidential election. Hailes also served for 10 years
as legal counsel for the NAACP.

Greg Palast is a BBC TV and Guardian UK reporter and
author of the book The Best Democracy Money Can Buy.
Palast broke the story of how Jeb Bush illegally
removed thousands of black citizens from voter rolls
before the 2000 election. Katherine Harris calls Greg
Palast, "Twisted and maniacal." Noam Chomsky says
"Palast upsets all the right people."

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Panel #26
Dispossession - Appropriation:
The Politics of the Commons
Sponsored by the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Berlin

Chair: Barbara Epstein teaches in the History of
Consciousness Department at the University of
California, Santa Cruz. She has written on social
movements in the US and is now writing a book on the
underground movement in the Minsk ghetto during WWII.

Anatole Anton is chair of the philosophy department at
San Francisco State University. He writes and does
research in the area of political philosophy,
philosophy of the social sciences, and on Hegel and
Marx. He is also the general editor of the San
Francisco State University Series in Philosophy.

David Harvey currently teaches anthropology at the
CUNY Graduate Center. He formerly taught geography at
the John Hopkins University and the University of
Oxford. His books include The Limits to Capital; The
Condition of Postmodernity; Spaces of Hope: Spaces of
Capital; Paris, Capital of Modernity; and The New
Imperialism. He also regularly teaches Marx's Capital
at the graduate center in collaboration with the
Brecht Forum.

J�rg Huffschmid is a professor of political economy
and economic policy at the University of Bremen,
specializing in financial markets and European
integration.  He is also a coordinator of the
scientific network "European economists for an
alternative economic policy in Europe".
(www.memo-europe.uni-bremen.de), and a member of the
advisory board of the National Jobs for All Coalition
(New
York) and of Attac Germany. Prof. Huffschmid has
written extensively on major current social and
economic issues.

Nancy Holmstrom is a professor of Philosophy at
Rutgers U in Newark. Her publications include articles
on exploitation and freedom, rationality and
women's/human nature. She co-edited Not for Sale:  In
Defense of Public Goods (Westview 2000) and edited The
Socialist Feminist Project:A Reader in Theory and
Politics (Monthly Review 2002).

Mario Candeias is a political scientist and co-editor
of the journal Das Argument and of the
Historical-Critical Dictionary of Marxism. He is
working on a Rosa
Luxemburg Foundation project, Hegemony and the
Regulation of Neoliberalism.

David Moore has taught and researched on development
studies, international political economy, and African
(especially Zimbabwean) history and politics while
working in Canada, Australia and South Africa. He has
co-edited Debating Development Discourse (Macmillan,
1995) and is now editing a collection of critical
essays on the World Bank. His From Public Goods to
Public Accumulation was published by the Johannesburg
office of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation in December
2003.

Recorded by Michael Hajduk on March 13, 2004

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Panel #36
Porto Alegre, Mumbai:
The Future of Globalization Activism
Sponsored by Socialist Scholars Conference

Chair:  Barbara Garson has long combined activism and
writing. During the Vietnam War she wrote Macbird, the
play that sold over half a million copies. She also
worked in an anti-war coffee house for GIs near the
Fort Lewis Army Base. Today she is active in the
Global Justice Movement and her latest book is called
Money Makes the World Go Around:One Investor Tracks
Her Cash Through the Global Economy (Penguin 2002).

Giulietto Chiesa has worked as a journalist,
researcher, and author living in Russia. He has
written a series of books on that country, two of
which were published in the US: Transition to
Democracy (1990) and Time of Change (1990). The focus
of his recent publications has been globalization,
war, and the world media system.

Carol Barton coordinates the Women�s International
Coalition for Economic Justice, focused on gender,
race, class and macro-economic policy at the
international level. She has coordinated WICEJ
activities at numerous UN conferences and three World
Social Forums and helped to convene a Feminist
Dialogue meeting before the WSF in Mumbai. A political
economist by training, Carol is also a popular
economics educator and works as an independent
consultant to non-profits.

Vittorio Agnoletto is an M.D. who heads the major
Italian NGO working on the problem of AIDS. With his
broad history of activism, which includes his earlier
participation in the Catholic left, he has become the
symbol of unity between the social movements
(including its libertarian sectors) and the trade
union movements, especially after the traumatic
watershed of Genoa in 2001. He is respected by the
center left, Rifondazione, the trade unions and social
movements, and as such is a strategic figure in Italy.
He is the principal Italian representative to the
International Council of the WSF, and was elected the
spokesperson for the united Italian Social Forum.

Naomi Klein is the author of No Logo: Taking Aim at
the Brand Bullies (Picador) and, most recently, Fences
and Windows: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the
Globalization Debate (Picador).

Jean-Pierre Page is a trade-unionist. He has been
member of the National Executive Council of
CGT(General Confederation of Labor) and head of its
international department. From 1982 to 2000 he was
member of the Central Committee of the French
Communist Party, Founder of the Observatoire de la
Mondialisation, and a member of the board of various
Research Institutes, such as Espaces Marx, Fondation
Copernic, etc. He is one of the animators of
Rouges-Vifs . Co-author of Reflexions sur la guerre en
Yougoslavie, Ma�tres du monde, l'Empire en guerre, A
Century of Organised Labor in France, AMI , un accord
peut en cacher un autre .

Tom Mertes is the Administrator of UCLA's Center for
Social Theory and Comparative History and a US History
instructor at UCLA Extension. He is a member of the
Editorial Committee at the New Left Review and the
editor of the A Movement of Movements: Is Another
World Really Possible? (Verso, 2004).

Suren Moodliar is a coordinator of the North Atlantic
Alliance for Fair Employment (www.fairjobs.org), a
U.S.-Canadian network concerned about the rise of
contingent work and its impact on the welfare of all
workers. In the 80s and 90s, he was active in the
South African national liberation struggle as a member
of the African National Congress. In addition to work
on contingent employment, he has helped organize WHO
efforts to monitor the political activities of tobacco
transnationals.

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Panel #55
Revitalizing the Labor Movement
Sponsored by Socialist Scholars Conference

Chair: Michael Hirsch is on the editorial Board of New
Politics.

Kim Moody was a union organizer and activist in the
60s and 70s and a journalist and director for Labor
Notes in the 80s and 90s. Moody has been a close
observer of the trends and struggles he analyzes.  In
plain language, he deals with the complex forces
facing unionism and the means for dealing with them.

H�ctor Figueroa has been part of SEIU Local 32BJ
leadership team for the past three years, helping to
bring this union representing 70,000 building service
workers out of trusteeship and into democratic
self-government. He is the director of the union's
Education, Political and Community Action Programs.
Figueroa came to Local 32BJ from the SEIU
International Office in Washington, D.C., where he was
Assistant Research Director and coordinated strategic
research for the successful "Justice for Janitors"
national campaign.

Michael Zweig is a professor of economics and director
of the Center for Study of Working Class Life at the
State University of New York at Stony Brook. He is the
author of The Working Class Majority: America's Best
Kept Secret (Cornell University Press, 2000) and his
new book, What's Class Got to Do with It? American
Society in the Twenty-first Century, will be available
from Cornell April 2004.

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Panel #74
The Internet and Mobilization:
Can You Have a Virtual Movement?
Sponsored by Socialist Scholars Conference

Herb Boyd is an awarding winning author and journalist
who has published eleven books and countless articles
for national magazines and newspapers. Brotherman�The
Odyssey of Black Men in America�An
Anthology(OneWorld/Ballantine, 1995), co-edited with
Robert Allen, won the American Book Award for
nonfiction. He currently teaches African and African
American history at the College of New Rochelle, and
is the managing editor of The Black World Today, an
online publication.

Andrew Boyd, Billionaires for Bush

Micah L.Sifry is senior analyst with Public Campaign,
a non-profit, non-partisan organization working on
comprehensive campaign finance reform. Prior to
joining
Public Campaign in 1997, Sifry was an editor and
writer with The Nation magazine for thirteen years. He
is the author of Spoiling for a Fight: Third-Party
Politics in America (Routledge, 2002) and co-edited
The Iraq War Reader (Touchstone, 2003) and The Gulf
War Reader (Times Books, 1991). His next book,
co-authored with Nancy Watzman, on how money in
politics affects people in their everyday lives, is
titled Is That a Politician in Your Pocket?

Ruy Teixeira is a Senior Fellow at The Century
Foundation and the Center for American Progress. His
is co-author, with John Judis, of The Emerging
Democratic Majority , just re-issued in paperback with
a new afterword on the 2002 edition.

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Final Plenary
Left Futures

Chair: Gregory Zucker is the Managing Editor of Logos
Journal (www.LogosJournal.com) and is currently
editing a book on the regressive policiesof the Bush
administration. He is also a filmmaker and was
formerly an organizer of the Socialist Scholars
Conference. He now serves on the Board of Advisors of
the Socialist Scholars Conference and of ArtTV.

Frances Fox Piven teaches political science and
sociology at the Graduate Center, CUNY. She known as a
political activist and scholar, and is the author with
Richard Cloward of Why Americans Still Don't Vote;
Regulating the Poor, Poor People's Movements, The New
Class War, and Labor Parties in Post-Industrial
Societies.

U.S. Rep. Bernie Sanders, Independent-Vermont and
former socialist Mayor of Burlington, Vermont.

Stephen Eric Bronner was born in 1949. He received his
B.A. from the City College of New York and his Ph.D
from the University of California: Berkeley. The
Senior Editor of Logos, an interdisciplinary internet
journal, his many works include: Socialism Unbound
(Westview Press); A Rumor about the Jews:
Anti-Semitism, Conspiracy, and the 'Protocols of Zion'
(Oxford University Press); Imagining the
Possible:Radical Politics for Conservative Times
(Routledge) and the forthcoming Reclaiming the
Enlightenment (Columbia University Press). Stephen
Eric Bronner is currently Professor of Political
Science and Comparative Literature at Rutgers
University.

Hilary Wainwright is editor of Red Pepper magazine,
now reaching its 10th anniversary, and Research
Director of the New Politics Project of the
Transnational Institute, Amsterdam. Books include
Beyond the Fragments: Feminism and the Making of
Socialism, with Sheila Rowbotham and Lynn Segal,
Labour: A Tale of Two Parties, Arguments for a New
Left: Answering the Free- Market Right, and the
recently published Reclaim the State: Experiments in
Popular Democracy. In the early 1980s, Wainwright was
coordinator of the Popular Planning Unit of the
Greater London Council under Ken Livingstone.  She is
now active in the European Social Forum.

Manning Marable is Professor of History and Political
Science, Founding Director of the Institute for
Research in African-American Studies at Columbia
University, and editor of Souls: A Critical Journal of
Black Politics, Culture and Society. Marable is the
author of numerous books, including Black Leadership,
Black Liberation in Conservative America, Speaking
Truth to Power: Essays on Race, Radicalism and
Resistance, Beyond Black and White, The Crisis of
Color
in Democracy, Race, Reform and Rebellion: The Second
Reconstruction in Black America, 1945-1990, African
and Caribbean Politics, WEB DuBois: Black Radical
Democrat, Black American Politics and How Capitalism
Underdeveloped Black America.

Barbara Bowen is president of the Professional Staff
Congress/CUNY, the union of 20,000 faculty and staff
at the City University of New York. Part of a
progressive caucus that won leadership of the union in
2000, Bowen has led the PSC's effort to build its
political force in both economic and political
struggles. The PSC has made contractual gains for its
members, and at the same time emerged as a leading
voice within organized labor for working-class
students
and against the war. Bowen is also a professor of
English at CUNY and the author of several works of
literary scholarship.

Stanley Aronowitz teaches sociology and urban
education at CUNY Graduate Center and his latest book
is How Class Works (Yale 2003).

Mark Seddon is editor of Tribune and an elected member
of the Labour Party's ruling National Executive
Committee. He contributes to a number of British
newspapers and magazines and has produced a number of
filmed reports for the BBC, reporting most recently
from Iraq and North Korea.

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