Saturday, March 25, 2017
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The year is 1871. Revolution has just established a democratic government in France, following the defeat of emperor Napoleon in the war with Germany. But the new Republic satisfies no one. The provisional government is comprised of politicians who served under the Emperor; they have done... + continue reading

Saturday, March 25, 2017
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Self-proclaimed Marxist organization never apply a Marxist analysis to their own organizations. While the rest of the world is shaped by social forces, they always assume they are exempt because of their ideas. This is an idealist approach to organizations, not a materialist one.

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Friday, March 10, 2017
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When some white women celebrate the non-violence of women’s marches against Trump and then pose for photographs with police officers while police violence specifically targets... + continue reading

Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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 Critics respond to Roy Gutman’s special report on the Syrian Kurdish militia.

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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Nearly 50 years ago, Guy Debord’s “The Society of the Spectacle” reached bookshelves in France. It was a thin book in a plain white cover, with an obscure publisher and an author who shunned interviews, but its impact was immediate and far-reaching, delivering a social critique that helped shape... + continue reading

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A network of more than 300,000 farmworkers, servers, cooks and food-manufacturers, including a large local chain of the Service Employees International Union, is joining a May 1 nationwide strike “to stop the relentless attacks of the Trump administration and its allies in corporate America.”

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Monday, Mar 27, 2017 - 0 comment(s)

We live in a world dominated by the principle of private property. Once indigenous people were dispossessed of their lands, the land was surveyed, subdivided and sold to the highest bidder. From high above, continents now appear as an endless property patchwork of green and yellow farms, beige suburban homes and metallic gray city blocks... + continue reading

Monday, Mar 27, 2017 - 0 comment(s)

This year (2017) marks the 170th anniversary of the publication of Karl Marx’s The Poverty of Philosophy, written in “reply” to Pierre-Joseph Proudhon’s System of Economic Contradictions published the year before. The book’s title is a play on the subtitle of Proudhon’s two volumes (“or, the Philosophy of Poverty”) and... + continue reading

Friday, Mar 10, 2017 - 0 comment(s)

The resistance is everywhere. It’s in the streets and at the airports. It’s in public office and on Twitter. It’s with the Nazi-punchers and the general strikers. Resistance to Trump is everywhere, and it’s growing.

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Thursday, Feb 23, 2017 - 0 comment(s)

What happens when a movement of gamers recognizes they’re not players, but pawns?

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Thursday, Feb 23, 2017 - 0 comment(s)

Arkansas poultry workers, Brooklyn warehouse workers and house cleaners, Twin Cities roofers, and thousands of students in places like Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Charlotte, North Carolina. They were all among the tens of thousands who stayed home from work or school across the country during Thursday, February 16’s “Day without Immigrants.”... + continue reading

Thursday, Feb 16, 2017 - 0 comment(s)

In his speech "Terrorism: Theirs and Ours," now deceased Professor Eqbal Ahmad elucidated five types of terrorism: state, religious, mafia, pathological, and political terror of the private group. Of these types, the focus in mainstream political discourse and... + continue reading

Thursday, Feb 16, 2017 - 0 comment(s)

There is good news in the Boston Globe today for the managers, development directors, visionaries, political hacks and propaganda flacks who run “the Progressive Movement.”   More easy-to-earn and easy-to-hide soft money, millions of dollars,  will be flowing to them from super rich Democrats and business corporations.  It will come clean,... + continue reading

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Monday, Jan 16, 2017 - 0 comment(s)

Thousands of protesters will stream into the streets of Washington, DC on January 20 to oppose the incoming presidency of Donald Trump. As they march, chant, unfurl their banners, and attempt to... + continue reading

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The driverless revolution may seem convenient, but public transportation means we can already skip driving. Not only is it better for the planet – it also keeps us out of traffic jams

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Labor

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A network of more than 300,000 farmworkers, servers, cooks and food-manufacturers, including a large local chain of the Service Employees International Union, is joining a May 1 nationwide strike... + continue reading

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Never before in the history of the human species has climate set so many spine-chilling new records as last year, 2016. That dire assessment comes via analysis of the World Meteorological... + continue reading

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 More Dangerous Than a Thousand Rioters: The Revolutionary Life of Lucy Parsons

 By Kelly Gallagher

November 15, 2016
 Parsons was an organizer first and foremost, and she led an inspiring life of revolutionary struggle and solidarity. As a woman of color who was married to a famous white male anarchist, she is often unfairly and frustratingly overlooked in many labor histories.

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Woman embraces Kurdish female fighter after being rescued from #ISIS in #Manbij. After two years under ISIS, the city of ‪#‎Manbij‬ is now liberated by Democratic Syria Forces.
Photo: Rodi Said