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Solidarity Divided: A Return to Class Politics?

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

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Solidarity Divided: A Return to Class Politics?

"Solidarity Divided" argues that unions must undergo a fundamental transformation to champion the interests of the entire working class. Is this possible?

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The Shocking Disaster of Capitalism

Sunday, October 28, 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?

Saturday, September 8, 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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Impressions of Northern Ireland

Saturday, May 5, 2007

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Impressions of Northern Ireland

How could a party that stands for Irish independence join with British loyalists to administer Northern Ireland for Britain?

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After 30 Years of Defeat, the Tide is Turning

Saturday, January 27, 2007

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After 30 Years of Defeat, the Tide is Turning

Decades of defeats and losses have put class struggle back on the agenda.

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Stop the War. Bring the Troops Home Now!

Saturday, January 13, 2007

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Stop the War. Bring the Troops Home Now!

Our soldiers desperately need the support of a mass anti-war movement.

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Investing in Poverty

Saturday, April 1, 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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