A new issue of Scottish Left Review is out. Geoffrey Pleyers on a brief history of the alter-globalization movement. Back to No Future: What use is playing the long game when the arc of the universe feels so frighteningly short? Alyssa Battistoni wonders. Fred Inglis reviews Arts of the Political: New Openings for the Left by Ash Amin and Nigel Thrift. From the Gonzo Times, Jehu Eaves on a brief sketch of the political economy of barbarism. Dan Poulton reviews The Revenge of History: The Battle for the Twenty-First Century by Seumas Milne. David Sessions on good American liberals vs. violent European radicals. Do we need a Facebook of the Left? From Platypus Review, a symposium on program and utopia with Roger Rashi, Sam Gindin, Stephen Eric Bronner, Aaron Benanav, and Richard Rubin. The institutionalist left: Kiel Brennan-Marquez on how the left should respond to injustice. The liberal lies we live by: Robert Henderson finds that a wise and salutary debunking of liberal myths is itself partly infected. From Not Bored!, Bill Brown on "communisation" theory: A response to Sic No. 1. Two issues of the print journal, Communalism, were published in Norway in 2009-2010 by the collective that now produces the New Compass webzine: #1 and #2.