News & Letters, Vol. 55, No. 2
Raya Dunayevskaya Centenary Year 1910 - 2010
Haiti's earthquake reveals living roots of revolution
In Haiti there has been remarkable solidarity and self-organization among people forced to take on the tasks which the government abandoned.
Limits of workers' patience
The frustrations, despair, fear and anger among a growing number of workers keep increasing as unemployment continues to rise despite economists' claims of economic recovery.
From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya
Additions to Rosa Luxemburg, Women's Liberation and Marx's Philosophy of Revolution
Foundations of Marxist-Humanism
After publishing Rosa Luxemburg, Women's Liberation, and Marx's Philosophy of Revolution, Dunayevskaya went on a national tour in the Marx centenary, 1983. In her Aug. 26, 1983, letter excerpted here, she summed up paragraphs she had written during the tour to expand on the book.
Latin America and Dunayevskaya's thought
Rubén Dri's special introduction to the new Spanish edition of The Power of Negativity by Raya Dunayevskaya.
Ensayo en Español
Introducción especial a la edición en español de El poder de la negatividad
Woman as Reason: Billboards vs. reproductive justice
The anti-abortion fanatics just keep proving that they are fanatics. Their latest outrage is billboards in Georgia with a picture of a worried looking African-American boy and the words: "Black children are an endangered species."
Workshop Talks: Iranian workers enter the fray
In the past two years, and especially in the last few weeks, Iran has been the scene of widespread labor actions. Workers have formed many underground unions, the very latest is the Provisional Council of Isfahan Steel Factory that employs 20,000 workers.
Obama greenwashes nukes
There was celebration and relief in Vermont on Feb. 24 when the State Senate voted to close the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant owned by Entergy. Citizens' outrage had overcome a concerted industry campaign of deception, with pro-nuclear propaganda repeated by the media and politicians all the way up to the President.
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