Howie Hawkins accompanied his 2020 presidential campaign with a publication that's not a memoir but, in essence, a white paper. If that doesn't differentiate him from some of his Democratic counterparts, then his political strategy for working-class progressives does.
I like that The Case for an Independent Left Party approaches political parties as an operational structure rather than a political platform. In that regard, neither the Green Party that Hawkins co-founded nor the Democratic Party he critiques serves as the book's focus.
I was hungry for more than a few sentences on coalition governance, one of my topics of interest. Nonetheless, The Case for an Independent Left Party offers a class perspective of political organizations for which I had a weak lens.
A review of The Case for an Independent Left Party (Howie Hawkins).
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