Socialism is the Best Medicine

Socialism is the Best Medicine

Why this Blog

Too many people are suffering unnecessary pain. My books document why this happens and how we can end such suffering. The purpose of this blog is to apply the same experience, research, and analysis to present-day events.

Everyone deserves the right to contribute to society and to have their needs met. I open these pages for you to share your thoughts on how this can be achieved.

Capitalism

We Could Eradicate COVID in Just Five Weeks

We Could Eradicate COVID in Just Five Weeks

For centuries, people have known how to eradicate infectious disease: stop person-to-person transmission. Unable to solve this basic problem, the capitalist class are abandoning us to needless mass death and disease for the foreseeable future.

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Labor

Police Unions Expose Class Conflict in US Labor

Police Unions Expose Class Conflict in US Labor

The battle to remake society has begun. To remake it for the common good, workers must transform their unions into ones that fight for the common good. That means refusing to collaborate with capitalists and their police and orienting instead to the larger working class.

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Oppression

Marxism and Indigenous Liberation

Marxism and Indigenous Liberation

The presumed conflict between marxism and Indigenous struggles results from two factors: capitalist efforts to drive a racist wedge between Indigenous and workers’ struggles; and the destructive role of ‘managerial marxists’ who promote a ‘socialism’ that promises freedom and delivers the opposite.

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Strategies

Media

Webinar: The Social Sources of Sickness

Webinar: The Social Sources of Sickness

There are no ‘social determinants of health’ under capitalism. Nothing about this society generates health for people or their environments.

Inequality, racism, sexism – these social sources of sickness helped to build the wealth of nations, and they continue to build and maintain that wealth, despite the tremendous suffering that results.

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My Books

ReMarx Publishing - Sick and Sicker - Book
ReMarx Publishing - Power and Powerlessness - Book

Archives

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My Books