Neoliberalism Was Born In Chile; Neoliberalism Will Die In Chile

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. -

Daniel Jadue is the mayor of Recoleta, a commune that is part of the expanding city of Santiago, Chile. His office is on the sixth floor of a municipal building in whose lower reaches one can [...]

Toward A Revolutionary Left Framework On An Age-Old Debate

By Danny Haiphong, Black Agenda Report. -

Activists in the U.S. have debated race and class for decades to no resolution. Nonetheless, in this moment of U.S. imperial decay and crisis, the debate over whether race or class takes [...]

Trade Unions Need New Strategies

By Asbjørn Wahl, The Bullet. -

Trade unions are on the defensive all over the world, under immense pressure from strong economic and political forces. We are facing a multiplicity of crises. Employers are attacking on all [...]

The Wall Street Crash And The Great Depression

By James Kilby, -

With mass unemployment on the cards, many are comparing the current crisis to the Great Depression of the 1930s. In both cases, however, these crises were not 'accidental', but a product of [...]

On Contact: Teaching History For Indoctrination

By Chris Hedges, RT. -

"The teaching of history in our schools is not an impartial or neutral discipline. It is at its core about justifying the power of the ruling elites in the present by defining the ruling elites [...]

Canada’s Post-Pandemic Response

By Christian Favreau, Canadian Dimenson. -

The antithesis to a vision of austerity and increased privatization is the set of principles endorsed by hundreds of community organizations and groups across Canada known collectively as a just [...]

National Uprising Exposes Divisions In The Ruling Class…

By Ari Saffran and John Peterson, Socialist Revolution. -

For weeks on end, the George Floyd protests against racism and police violence shook America. Support for the movement overflowed all demographic boundaries as an estimated 10% of all American [...]

Class And Racial Inequalities In Police Killings

By Justin Feldman, People's Policy Project. -

“Police Killings in the US: Inequalities by Race/Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Position" examines the databases of police killings contain important demographic information like race, gender, and [...]

The Secret Reason Billionaires Love A Pandemic

By Lee Camp, Consortium News. -

Most billionaires don’t work harder, don’t think harder, and don’t know more. They have nothing over your average person except: a) luck b) sometimes inheriting a fortune and c) being more [...]

Community Control Vs. Defunding The Police

By Max Rameau and Netfa Freeman, Black Agenda Report. -

The intensity and scope of the mass rebellion that has gripped the U.S. and expanded internationally has shaken global white supremacist capitalist patriarchy to its knees. The people have tasted [...]

It’s A Class War Now Too

By Joshua Frank, Counterpunch -

The looting of stores is inherently a class issue, whether you look upon it favorably or not (there are always exceptions of course). The act of looting is a long-standing American tradition, [...]

The Growing Outbreak Of Discontent In The US Military

By Clark A. and Antonio Balmer, -

It is a well-known feature of revolutionary history that the individual soldiers and sailors who make up the armed forces can be affected by the overarching mood in society and play a key role in [...]

Most Workers And Businesses At The Heart Of US Economy Can’t Meet Financial Needs

By Popular Resistance. -

A survey of small businesses and workers conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management published on April 1 finds that small businesses and workers are being hit hard by the COVID-19 [...]

Social Ecology: Radicalizing The Climate Movement

By Katie Horvath, ROAR Magazine. -

It is not up for debate: climate change is the most pressing issue of our time. Aside from the rather obvious fact that we cannot wage any struggle or build any new society in the shell of the [...]

Chile, Bolivia and AFRICOM: Imperialism, Revolution & What We Must Ask Of Ourselves

By Eleanor Goldfield, Act Out! -

Did the French Revolution go too far? And what the hell does that have to do with our place and time?? Meanwhile, people ask "when is the US going to reach that tipping point?" Well, I have some [...]

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