In Counterfutures issue 11, we call for the abolition of private landlordism. Catherine Cumming revisits the Hokianga Dog Tax uprising of 1898. Huw Morgan extracts lessons for the left from the successful Swarbrick campaign in Auckland Central. Faisal Al-Asaad critically examines the organising grammar of race, which fixes the subject in time and place. Chamsy el-Ojeili scrutinises the place of Christianity in the thickening post-fascist atmosphere. Morgan Hamlin considers the limitations of institutionalist forms of political protest. Warwick Tie reflects on the place of fetish in discourses of university restructuring. Plus book reviews.