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Friday, July 24, 2015
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Every four years, relatively rational comrades willingly surrender their ability to think critically. Every four years, I promise myself I won’t write about it. Every four years, I break that promise.

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Friday, July 24, 2015
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In a July 10 article at Reason, David Harsanyi (“Bernie Sanders is the Future of the Democratic Party“) describes the rise of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders as “a completely predictable outcome of the Democratic Party’s trajectory,” and a portent of the party’s “socialistic... + continue reading

Saturday, July 11, 2015
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Camille Pissarro’s artwork is best known for the influence it had on Impressionism. He is lesser known for his anarchist beliefs, which permeated his artwork. Nevertheless, Pissarro’s artwork did not overtly call for a violent revolution as one might expect. His paintings featured bright colors... + continue reading

Saturday, July 11, 2015
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May's general election saw the Tories claim 'victory' with just 24% of the population voting for them. The result isn't even based on public support or enthusiasm towards the Tory party, but rather disillusionment with the fact that none of the political parties are offering any alternative to... + continue reading

Monday, June 22, 2015
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“The university is a factory”, we hear this cry everywhere, sometimes as a declaration and accusation of contempt, shouting out to the world. “This isn’t how it’s meant to be. Once universities were pure places of learning and research, serving all of society, before neoliberalism and capitalism... + continue reading

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Michael Moorcock revolutionised science fiction with symbolism, sex and psychoactive drugs. Now, at 75, he has invented another genre.

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In the past several months since the streets of the so-called United States of America were set alight by riots after the murder of black teenager Mike Brown by a white police officer, an increasing number of people seem to be asking the question: do riots... + continue reading

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The present society is without doubt best described as a technocratic system where global science operates unrestrained and the products they put on the market dominate and govern life.

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Every morning, Ai Weiwei places a new bunch of flowers in the front basket of a bicycle outside his studio in Caochangdi, northeast Beijing. He plans to keep making these colorful little daily protests until the government returns his passport, which has remained confiscated since the dissident artist was detained and psychologically tortured... + continue reading

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MTA New York City Transit recently teamed with those progressive folks at the NYPD to produce “ad cards” entitled “Sexual Harassment is a Crime in the Subway, too.”

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In what follows, three stories concerning radical movements and free association are recounted as a way of examining the contemporary crisis in political organizing amongst revolutionaries in the... + continue reading

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Every four years, relatively rational comrades willingly surrender their ability to think critically. Every four years, I promise myself I won’t write about it. Every four years, I break that... + continue reading

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In the days and weeks leading up to this year’s Earth First! rondy my thoughts were often preoccupied with the state of this world that is lurching from crisis to crisis and slipping deeper into... + continue reading

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We come to you today as an intergenerational community that has chosen to collectively act upon its longstanding concern about the disconnect between the principles of Paulo Freire and the... + continue reading

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Earlier this year, a new development arose in the arena located at the intersection of environment and incarceration: the Prison Ecology Project (PEP). The project was initiated by Paul Wright of... + continue reading