From the inaugural issue of the Journal in Social and Political Psychology, Jarret T. Crawford, Jennifer L. Brady, Jane M. Pilanski, and Heather Erny (College of New Jersey): Differential Effects of Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Social Dominance Orientation on Political Candidate Support: The Moderating Role of Message Framing; and Catherine Happer and Greg Philo (Glasgow): The Role of the Media in the Construction of Public Belief and Social Change. Forthcoming from Political Theory, Duncan Bell (Cambridge): What is Liberalism? Ferenc Horcher (MTA): Is a Contemporary Conservative Political Philosophy Based on the Aristotelian Concept of Phronesis Possible? Antonio Masala (IMT Lucca): Classical Liberalism and Morality. Richard Schmitt (Worcester State): Socialist Democracy and Solidarity. Lenka Bustikova (ASU): Revenge of the Radical Right. Ingar Solty (RLF): The Future of the Left and World Socialism in the Context of the Fourth Organic Crisis of Global(-izing) Capitalism after the Austerity Turn: A Transatlantic Perspective. Paul H. Rubin (Emory): Emporiophobia (Fear of Markets): Cooperation or Competition? Sanford Schram (Hunter): The Return of Ordinary Capitalism: Neoliberalism as the New Normal. Seamus Power interviews Richard A. Shweder on whether it is or is not possible to be a robust cultural pluralist and a dedicated political liberal at the same time. Can you be too leftwing? If you're so stereotypically “leftwing”' that it impedes the achievement of your goals, perhaps you've gone wrong. Stewart Wood interviews Roberto Unger on the means and ends of the political left. A giant of the New Left passes: Bruce Robbins on how cultural theorist Stuart Hall exemplified the strengths and faults of post-’50s neo-Marxism.

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