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Of Human Bondage: The Global Traffic in Disposable Labor

27. August 2012

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Of Human Bondage: The Global Traffic in Disposable Labor

The international traffic in temporary workers is Capital's latest move to accumulate more wealth by lowering the price of labor.

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Recipe for a Massacre

20. August 2012

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Recipe for a Massacre

South Africa's Marikana massacre was the inevitable result of sacrificing workers' lives to capitalist greed.

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Read it and Revolt

4. June 2012

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Read it and Revolt

Autoworker Gregg Shotwell reveals how General Motors conspired with the United Auto Workers (UAW) bureaucracy to steal workers’ pensions, slash wages and shed jobs to help expand GM's global empire.

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The Shocking Disaster of Capitalism

28. October 2007

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The Shocking Disaster of Capitalism

Naomi Klein reminds us that free people don’t choose wars and free markets. They choose peace and government services like universal health care. That's why "radical capitalists" must use shock tactics to impose their anti-human policies on unwilling populations.

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How Can We Organize Across National Borders?

8. September 2007

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How Can We Organize Across National Borders?

Two principles are key to organizing across national borders: self-determination and solidarity.

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Their Globalization or Ours?

25. August 2007

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Their Globalization or Ours?

Governments and corporations are shaping globalization the same way they shaped automation, to boost profits at workers’ expense.

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We Are All African

2. April 2007

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We Are All African

There is only one race, the human race, and we are all African.

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Open the Borders

10. March 2007

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Open the Borders

National borders prevent people from solving their common problems.

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Investing in Poverty

1. April 2006

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Investing in Poverty

Jeffrey Sachs argues that too much poverty threatens the security of richer nations, causing wars and insurrections that cost more than it would cost to reduce poverty. Despite the title of his book, he doesn’t want to end poverty. He sees it as an investment opportunity.

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