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September-October 2017, Vol. 62, #5

Rising U.S. racism challenges all freedom movements; From the writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: A concrete universal: Marx’s “Capital”–Part 2; Editorial: Venezuela: Which way forward?; Appeal: Your help needed to change the world; Voices from the Inside Out: Ending hostilities 5th anniversary; Chicago auto mechanics strike; Now online! Guide to the Raya Dunayevskaya Collection, the Marxist-Humanist Archives; New book by Raya Dunayevskaya: “Russia: From Proletarian Revolution to State-Capitalist Counter-Revolution”; Fighting back against neo-Nazi hate; Yemeni women’s fight for freedom; more…


July-August 2017, Vol. 62, #4

The struggle for immigrants’ rights challenges humanity; From the writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: A concrete universal: Marx’s “Capital”; Editorial: Trump’s attack on climate and labor; Editorial: Imperial carve-up of Syria?; Counter-fascist rally in Portland; Voices from the Inside Out: “I Am Not Your Negro”; Which vision for rebuilding Detroit?; The French presidential election: ‘En Marche,’ indeed! Toward what?; Across U.S. students fight fascism; more…


May-June 2017, Vol. 62, #3

Draft for Marxist-Humanist Perspectives, 2017-2018: Philosophy and revolt confront Trump’s drive to fascism; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: The cooperative form of labor vs. abstract labor and despotic plan; Workshop Talks: Don’t let germs and capitalists win; Voices From The Inside Out: Resisting Trumpism; Women as Reason: International Women’s Day 2017; 1967 Detroit Rebellion, 50 years later; The crisis of Turkish democracy; Stop jail censorship!; Letter from Mexico: Zapatistas support U.S. migrants; more…


March-April 2017, Vol. 62, #2

Lead: Women take the lead against world retrogression; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Women’s liberation, in fact and in philosophy; Editorial: Yemen as world’s future?; Workshop Talks: Workers’ solidarity can stop fascism; Standing Rock: the struggle continues; Voices from the Inside Out: Parole is broken; Prisoners: ‘Shout Their Names’; Mass rallies denounce Trump and defend immigrants; Essay: Marx’s Marxism vs. Trump-Putin’s barbarism; Detroit teachers and parents fight school closings; more …


January-February 2017, Vol. 62, #1

Lead: Inauguration of neo-fascism faces widespread revolt; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Why Phenomenology? Why now?; Editorial: Freedom and terror define Syria; Workshop Talks: Roots of Trumpism in swamps of history; Voices From the Inside Out: Castro absolved?; Woman as Reason: Syrian women as force and revolutionary Reason; As Others See Us: From the Preface to the new French edition of Marxism and Freedom; Oakland, Detroit march on Martin Luther King Day; Democracy in the streets votes Trump out!; more…


November-December 2016, Vol. 61, #6

Lead-Editorial: No to Trump’s counter-revolution! No to fascism! Fight for a new human society!; Where to now for the Middle East?; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Spontaneity of action and organization of thought: In memoriam of the Hungarian Revolution; Editorial: Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline now!; Solidarity with Standing Rock: Water Is Life; Voices From The Inside Out: Wisconsin prison destroys books; Woman as Reason: Polish women show path forward; Essay: The masses in Latin America face a duality; Morocco rises up against the Makhzen; LALIT confronts colonization of Diego Garcia; more …


September-October 2016, Vol. 61, #5

Lead-Editorial: Fascism rising from Russia to India, from the U.S. to the Philippines; Help keep News & Letters going and growing; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Nigeria: A retreat, not a victory; Workshop Talks: Why allow Assad to kill the sick?; Essay: Epigones discard Marxist-Humanist philosophy; Turkey’s Erdogan—the pious dictator; Detroiters insist: Water is a human right; An open letter to the Prisoner Human Rights Movement; Freedom for the Chagos Archipelago; more…


July-August 2016, Vol. 61, #4

Lead article: Fires in Canada, drought in India inspire creative revolt; Editorial: Brexit emboldens the Far Right; Editorial: Homophobic mass murder in Orlando; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Racism, war, and Muhammad Ali; Workshop Talks: Bleak future if no labor solidarity; Jasmine Richards–Black Lives Matter speaks; The hell anti-abortionists have wrought; Philosophic Dialogue: Dialectic of the Party or dialectic of philosophy and organization?; Letter from Mexico: Police kill defiant teachers in Oaxaca; Woman as Reason: Will Stanford rape be a turning point?; more…


May-June 2016, Vol. 61, #3

Draft for Marxist-Humanist Perspectives, 2016-2017: The need for new beginnings in thought and in action; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Nixon’s ‘racist mayhem’ lingers today; Workshop Talks: Alive in struggle; Voices From The Inside Out: Criminal Prisons; Widespread solidarity with Chicago Teachers Union strike; Letter from Mexico: On ‘Life” and feminism; North Carolinians protest anti-LGBTQ law; World in View: Brazil meltdown opens a door to Right; Woman As Reason: Exploitative reproductive industry; more…


March-April 2016, Vol. 61, #2

Women battle war, terrorism and anti-abortion fanatics; Editorial: Syrian Revolution continues; Racism, workers and freedom ideas; Feminism and Hegel’s notion of life; Workshop Talks: Do job, get fired; The anguish that is Flint, Michigan; Workers soundly reject UAW deal; Remembering Olga Domanski, 1923-2015; Modi’s retrogressive vision for India; more…


January-February 2016, Vol. 61, #1

Paris climate accord’s suicidal complacency spurs protests; In memoriam Olga Domanski, 1923-2015; Editorial: Chicago’s racism on trial; Editorial: Erdogan slaughters Kurds; Workshop Talks: Urgency of solidarity; Women as thinkers and revolutionaries; Prisoner beats legal odds to win guard retaliation lawsuit; Witnessing revolution in Rojava; Venezuela’s elections; Comrades and friends remember Olga; more…


November-December 2015, Vol. 60, #6

California prisoners battle barbaric U.S. ‘justice’ system; Philosophic basis of News & Letters; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Black masses, youth, and the needed U.S. revolution: philosophy and reality; Editorial: Putin’s retrogressionism; Workshop Talks: Workers not robots; To transition or not transition: a review of ‘Blood and Visions: Womyn Reconciling with Being Female’; UAW workers vote down Chrysler deal; Deadly war waged on Yemen’s civilians; more…


September-October 2015, Vol. 60, #5

Counter-revolution in Middle East shows crisis of humanity; From the writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: A revolutionary attitude to Archives; Editorial: Planned Parenthood under siege; Editorial: Evolving Black Lives Matter movement; Voices from the inside out: Racism and the Confederate flag; Voices from the Inside Out: Racism and the nine murders in South Carolina; Greek crisis: austerity, revolt and illusions; Huge explosions in Tianjin, China, heat up ongoing unrest; California prisons’ punitive ‘wellness checks’; Puerto Rico: U.S. exploitation and austerity; Occupy: Democracy, revolution and philosophy; more…


July-August 2015, Vol. 60, #4

Now available online! The Raya Dunayevskaya Collection, the Marxist-Humanist Archives; Refugees risk death fleeing war, terror and climate chaos; Editorial: Black Lives Matter NOW!; Workshop Talks: When workers’ own time begins; In-person report: Yemen, where dreams are impossible; The meaning of revolutionary archives; Woman as Reason: Twenty years after Srebrenica: A Women’s Court demands justice; Chicago teachers prepare to strike; Winds of change from Alberta?; Charleston terrorism; more…


May-June 2015, Vol. 60, #3

Draft for Marxist-Humanist Perspectives, 2015-2016: Decaying social order shows need for philosophy, revolution; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: The dialectic and women’s liberation; Workshop Talks: 1949 coal miners’ general strike today; Death in Yarmouk; Afghan women demand justice; Voices from the Inside Out: Selma’s mindset; Rojava, revolution and today’s youth; South Africa bloodies Black workers; Zapatistas on praxis; Seeking justice for 43 in Ayotzinapa; more…


March-April 2015, Vol. 60, #2

Lead: From Turkey to USA, women as force and reason fight inhumanity; Editorial: Syriza’s many challenges; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Miners inspired Marxist-Humanism; Solidarity with striking oil workers; Workshop Talks: Reclaim our labor; Detroiters fight to keep their homes; Greece: postmodernism in power; Nihilist Daesh/ISIS attacks humanity, history; Letter from Mexico: Guerrero in a national focus; Illinois budget cuts are death sentences; more…


January-February 2015, Vol. 60, #1

Lead: Revolt surges against racist system destroying Black lives; Editorial: Never-ending U.S. wars; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Letters on Hegel’s Absolutes, Part 3; European racism and economic decay; Workshop Talks: CNA nurses strike to save lives; Essay: ‘We all can’t breathe’: Reflections on Marx’s Humanism and Fanon; Woman as Reason: 60 years of News & Letters’ feminist dimension; Letter from Mexico: Mexican protests deepen; Rage against lawless police murders; Lima climate talks betray future; more…


November-December 2014, Vol. 59, #6

Lead: Racist election deepens reactionary direction of U.S.; Editorial: Rojava & Syria’s revolution; From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Letters on Hegel’s Absolutes, Part 2; Mexico at a new moment of revolt; Workshop Talks: Ebola fearmongers; Hong Kong youth revolt; Essay: Philosophy of the Syrian revolution; Prisoners speak; People’s Climate March; Detroit–houses lost, pensions looted; Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights–a review; New Spanish translation of American Civilization on Trial; more…


September-October 2014, Vol. 59, #5

Lead: Israel decimates Gaza as world faces global counter-revolutions; Editorial: ISIS, U.S. both savage Iraq; From the writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: 1953 letters on Hegel’s Absolutes, Part 1; From New York to Ferguson, stop killer cops!; Workshop Talks: Nurses vs. Kaiser; Woman as Reason: Fighting rape is in our hands; Essay: Karl Marx’s Critique of the Gotha Program as ground for organization; Detroit says, ‘Water is a Human Right!; Prisoners and their families speak; more…


July-August 2014, Vol. 59, #4

Lead: Low-wage workers strike, reach for a new way of life; Editorial: In the Ukrainian cauldron; From the Writings of Dunayevskaya: The Free Speech Movement; New imperialism founders on Iraq; Workshop Talks: Veterans Affairs care is for data; Woman as Reason: Isla Vista murders show need for revolution; Essay: The Left agenda at the Maidan and after; Right wing wins in Europe; more…


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