17: New Political Directions

Spring 2001

Contents

Editorial: Inclusive citizenship -  FREE TO VIEW 
Sarah Benton

New Wars, New Peace Movements 
Giulio Marcon and Mario Pianta

The Philosopher-Politican of Venice
Interview with Massimo Cacciari by Yvon le Bot, with Marco Semo and Anna Spadolini

Sex on the Left
Sue Tibballs

The Capital Market Business: Pensions and the New Cold War
Richard Minns

The commonsense revolution in Canada 
Ian Taylor

The Political Deployment of Race/ism: ‘One’ America and the Strange Election of George W. Bush 
John Calmore

Five Poems
Paul Allen, D. M. Black, Catherine Byron, Michael Laskey, Frances Wilson

Budapest’s Statue Park: Memorial or Counter-Monument?
Photo essay by Judith Rugg and Michele Sedgwick

Working At Sharpshock, A Prison for Young Offenders 
Ruby Millington

A Twentieth Century Life 
Merilyn Moos

Reviews 
Fergus Crow, Jane Desmarais, Ludovic Hunter-Tilney

City Symposium
Introduction
 
Sarah Benton

Rethinking ‘Global’ City Centres: A Rejoinder to Henry and Passmore
Jon Bloomfield

‘Boosterism of the Peoples’: Multicultural Economic Development and Globalisation from Below
Nick Henry

‘Doing’ Regeneration: Evidence from England’s Second Cities 
Kevin Ward

The Politics of Flow: On Birmingham, Globalisation and Competitiveness
Phil Hubbard

Rerum cognoscere causas 
David Donnison

Soundings 17