A new issue of Ducts is out. Simon Springer (Victoria): Why A Radical Geography Must Be Anarchist; and Human Geography Without Hierarchy. Samantha Barbas (SUNY-Buffalo): The Laws of Image. From New Left Project, a series revisits C. Wright Mills’s seminal text, The Power Elite, and its impact, significance and relevance to our current political situation. From NYRB, a review essay on Hitler and the Holocaust by Timothy Snyder. Due process, imminent threat: From electronic surveillance to drone strikes to racial disparities in the criminal justice system, David Cole anticipates the most pressing issues of the next four years. Hua Hsu reviews Our Aesthetic Categories: Zany, Cute, Interesting by Sianne Ngai. What Norquist did for taxes, Jonathan Bydlak wants to repeat with a promise to restrict government spending. Hennie Weiss reviews Understanding Abortion: From Mixed Feelings to Rational Thought by Stephen D. Schwarz with Kiki Latimer. 11 ridiculous White House petitions: On the wish lists of Americans — a fully operational Death Star, a nationalized Twinkie industry, and motorcycle-riding "judges" who also act as jury and executioner.