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  • All Topics
  • Democracy
  • Economic Justice
  • Environmental and Ecological Justice
  • Equality with Justice
  • Health and Well-being
  • Peace with Justice
  • Technology and Innovation
Bernie Delegates

Perilous Journey – My Experiences as a Delegate Inside the Democratic Party

There is no progress in supporting this bourgeois party. If we believe in an eco-socialist future, we must go forward outside of the Democratic Party.

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Street Kids, Anarchists, and Federal Officers: A Memoir on Portland Activism

This first-person narrative recounts the Portland protest against police violence, the federal occupation, and the human rights abuses in ICE concentration camps at the border.

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Longing for Genuine Global Solidarity

So join me in this struggle, it’s my final plea. I’ll die trying if I have to, for this better future is within reach, and it’s yearning to be set free.

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AFRICOM Plundering in Africa

The solution to this problem is clear – shut down AFRICOM and decolonize.

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American Socialism in the Mid 20th Century

The 20th century not only changed the goals of socialists after the victories of the 1800’s and through their continued successes our lives were changed in ways that are appreciable even now.

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Reconstructing the Algebra of Race and Rights

Raul Carrillo argues for permanent, non-discretionary funding of income, healthcare, housing, education, employment for all.

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Blue Paint

If you think a new coat of paint will make this system of things look better, you are sadly mistaken!

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America’s First Socialist Revolution

Despite their successes early in the century, Socialists in office in America would become much more rare moving forward.

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Socialists vs. Slavery

If slavery was a moral test of socialism, then abolition was verification that socialism could change the foundations of society, and that perhaps a more just and equal world was possible.

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The Great Global Bank Robbery, Part 2

When it comes to White-Collar Crime and Control Fraud, the Roosevelt Institute Braintruster William K. Black is surely the leading expert to ask.

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The Great Global Bank Robbery, Part 1

When it comes to White-Collar Crime and Control Fraud, the Roosevelt Institute Braintruster William K. Black is surely the leading expert to ask.

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Defining the Modern Monetary Theory

The US-economist Warren Mosler belongs to the protagonists of the Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). What MMT means? In the following exclusive interview he gives an answer to this as well as to the Fed’s quantative easing, how money comes actually into existence, and the crisis of the euro.

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