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16th Annual Socialist Scholars Conference:
A World to Win: New Organizing for Socialist Change

March 20-22, 1998 New York City
Sponsored by the CUNY Democratic Socialists of America, Monthly Review, Brecht Forum

Audio and video tape recordings


Panel 1

Daraka Larimore Hall Democratic Socialists of America, Youth Section
Elaine Bernard Harvard Trade Union Program
Bogdan Denitch Democratic Socialists of America
Frances Fox Piven CUNY Graduate Center
Dave Cotterill Liverpool Dock Workers
Paco Ignacio Taibo II Author, Mexico

Opening Plenary Session: A World To Win: New Organizing for Socialist Change


Panel 2

Paul Sweezy, Harry MagdoffMonthly Review
Samir Amin Forum du Tiers Monde, Senegal
Aijaz Ahmad Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi
Daniel Singer The Nation
Ellen Meiksins Wood Monthly Review

One Hundred and Fifty Years after the Communist Manifesto


Panel 19

Robert Saute CUNY DSA
Stanley Aronowitz CUNY, Graduate Center
Richard DuBoff Bryn Mawr College
Doug Henwood Left Business Observer
Frances Fox Piven CUNY Graduate Center
Erika Polakoff Bloomfield College

Globalization or Not: Its Political Consequences for Organizing at the Millennium


Panel 38

Robin Isserles CUNY DSA
Michael Moore TV Nation, Film maker
JoAnn Wypijewski The Nation
Manning Marable Columbia University
Bogdan Denitch Democratic Socialists of America

The Left Speaks to America: Are WE Listening?


Panel 60

Greg Smith Columbia University
Jean-Pierre Page CGT, France
Jakob Moneta German Metalworkers Union
David Abdulah Oilfield Workers, Trinidad and Tobago
Elaine Bernard Harvard Trade Union Program

Transnational Labor Organizing


Panel 79

Janet Atwill University of Tennessee
Katha Pollitt The Nation
Ellen Willis New York University
Lynn Chancer Barnard College
Barbara Katz Rothman Graduate Center, CUNY

Whither Feminism From Roe v. Wade to Lewinsky


Panel 98

Merle Ratner Brecht Forum
Stephen Duncombe SUNY Old Westbury
Tom Frank The Baffler
Kate Crehan New School for Social Research
Yusuf Nuruddin Network of Black Organizers

US Popular Culture: Subversive or Sellout?