The Bush administration knows full well that its economic policies are having a devastating effect on life in Latin America and are breeding revolt. Unrest in the Andean nations especially is challenging the U.S.'s militarism as well as political adversaries at home.
Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri began bombing
her countrymen May 19, as the military launched an all-out war in the far
northwestern province of Acheh against separatist rebels known as GAM. Support
for the Achehnese has been swift--more is needed now.
From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Marxist-Humanist
Fifty years after the East German workers revolt and the
Vorkuta slave labor camp uprising in Russia, we remember those events, the
beginning of the end of totalitarianism.
Contemporary Marxist theory is still trying to grapple
with the place of nature, practice and reason within Hegel's dialectic. Marcuse,
Lenin and Dunayevskaya are three who engaged these issues, especially in Hegel's
dual concepts of the Idea of the True and the Idea of the Good.
The continuing fight of the residents who live by the
Defense Depot in Memphis, a Superfund pollution site, is coming to an end and
the 99% Black community is losing to a cloud of government doublespeak.
Thousands of immigrant workers reinvigorate the
international struggle for labor's emancipation.
Published by News and Letters Committees