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No Moratorium on Protest

     Posted on: December 26, 2014

Blog by Tony Platt* It’s “déjà vu all over again,” said Police Commissioner William J. Bratton following the recent killing of two New York officers. He was referring to the turbulent 1970s, when in response to the supposed targeting of police by Black liberation groups, the law enforcement establishment created, in ...

The Worrying State of the Anti-Prison Movement

     Posted on: February 23, 2015

by Ruth Wilson Gilmore* After declining for three consecutive years, the US prison and jail population increased in 2013. The widely declared victory over mass incarceration was premature at best. Below I raise four areas of particular concern about the state of the anti-prison movement. (1) A tendency to cozy up to ...

Obama’s Task Force on Policing: Will It Be Different This Time?

     Posted on: February 28, 2015

Blog by Tony Platt* “There have been commissions before, there have been task forces, there have been conversations, and nothing happens,” said President Obama when he announced in December the creation of a blue-ribbon Task Force on 21st Century Policing to come up with solutions to the “simmering distrust that exists ...

NAFTA on Trial

     Posted on: April 16, 2015

by Peter Baird* Editor’s note: As a complement to the following blog, see the in-depth analysis of neoliberal economic change and authoritarianism in Mexico by Job Hernández Rodríguez in “Latin America Revisited,” Vol. 40-4 of Social Justice. During September 1–5, 2014, I attended and presented at a forum of the Mexican Chapter of ...

Letter from Paris: Which Side Will Prevail?

     Posted on: November 29, 2015

by Bernard Dreano* In this chilly evening of November the 27th, a few hundred people are on the Place de la République. Many are meditating, praying, or just silent around the big statue of the Republic in the middle of the square, surrounded with candles, messages of peace, children’s drawing, flags ...

(Un)Settling Solitary Confinement in California’s Prisons

     Posted on: September 28, 2015

by Keramet Reiter* On September 1, 2015, California prison officials agreed to a settlement in the case of Ashker v. Brown. Todd Ashker, together with the other prisoner plaintiffs housed in California’s Pelican Bay Security Housing Unit (SHU), alleged that the practice of assigning hundreds of prisoners to solitary confinement for ...

Pablo Cuevas Valdés and Teresa Rojas Martini

     Posted on: April 20, 2016

The Neoliberal Chilean Process Four Decades after the Coup The authors argue that in Chile, the process of changing from an economic model based on industrial production to one oriented toward exports of specialized products ruptured the mechanisms of political legitimacy linked to the former. At first, this rupture took the ...

Herman Schwendinger and Julia Schwendinger

     Posted on: April 20, 2016

Defenders of Order or Guardians of Human Rights? Originally published in 1970, this path-breaking essay challenged criminology's dominant managerial paradigm and called for a break with positivist, technocratic definitions of “crime.” definition of crime, human rights Citation: Social Justice Vol. 40, Nos. 1-2 (2013): 87-117

Tony Platt and Paul Takagi

     Posted on: April 20, 2016

Intellectuals for Law and Order: A Critique of the New “Realists” Originally published in 1977, this essay by Tony Platt and Paul Takagi charts the rise to dominance of a new “realist” agenda that championed the death penalty, longer sentences, “post-punishment incapacitation,” banishment, exile, house arrest, and other less imaginative weapons ...

Virginia S. Williams and Jennifer Leigh Disney

     Posted on: April 21, 2016

Militarism and Its Discontents: Neoliberalism, Repression, and Resistance in Twenty-First Century US-Latin American Relations Although much recent scholarship on Latin America focuses on the widespread political shift to the Left, this article examines military and political movements to subvert democracy in the region. This article explores the relationship between neoliberalism and ...

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