Vaughn A. Cartwright and Emmanuel J. Tellez Platypus Review 28 | October 2010 On July 29, 2010, Vaughn Cartwright and Emmanuel Tellez interviewed Noam Chomsky, prolific author and activist, on behalf of the Platypus Review, to discuss the history of the Left and the state of radical politics today. What follows is an edited transcript [...]PR web editor | 2 comments | Continued
A Response to “Questionnaire on ‘The Contemporary’” in October and “What is Contemporary Art?” in e-flux Chris Mansour Platypus Review 28 | October 2010 All the things you would do gladly, oh without enthusiasm, but gladly, all the things there seems no reason for your not doing, and that you do not do! Can it [...]PR web editor | 2 comments | Continued
Book Review: Osha Neumann, Up Against the Wall, Motherf**ker: A Memoir of the ‘60s, with Notes for Next Time.
New York: Seven Stories Press, 2008. Philip Longo Platypus Review 28 | October 2010 WHAT WERE THE 1960S? The Left is still a bit confused. Activist and lawyer Osha Neumann, in his memoir Up Against the Wall, Motherf**ker, suggests that the 1960s not be thought of as a single coherent movement, but rather as a [...]PR web editor | 0 comments | Continued
Initiative Sozialistisches Forum Platypus Review 28 | October 2010 This text was written collaboratively and originally published by the anti-Deutsch group, Initiative Sozialistisches Forum (Socialist Initiative Forum) as “Der Kommunismus und Israel” in the collection Furchtbare Antisemiten, ehrbare Antizionisten. Über Israel und die linksdeutsche Ideologie, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany, 2002. Translated and reprinted with permission [...]PR web editor | 8 comments | Continued