Human Power is its own end – Karl Marx
January-February 2016, Vol. 61, #1

Paris climate accord’s suicidal complacency spurs protests

January 24, 2016
The Paris Agreement on climate change reveals limits of what capitalism will do even in the face of catastrophe. The question is what kind of development can people in all kinds of countries achieve? ...
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In memoriam Olga Domanski, 1923-2015


The world has lost a great fighter for liberation. Olga Domanski, one of the founders of News and Letters Committees, whose life's work was the development and projection of Marxist-Humanism and the growth of its organizational expression. ...
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Editorial: Chicago’s racism on trial

January 23, 2016
On the deadly racism of the Chicago and U.S. police and the creative response from those struggling against it. ...
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Featured Articles

From The Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Women as thinkers and revolutionaries

January 24, 2016
Olga Domanski's summary of the series on “Women as Thinkers and as Revolutionaries” by Raya Dunayevskaya. ...
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Prisoner beats legal odds to win guard retaliation suit

January 26, 2016
Jury unanimously finds that prison guards violated California prisoner Jesse Perez's constitutional rights. ...
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Witnessing revolution in Rojava


Eyewitness report of a trip to Rojava in Syria in mid-2015. ...
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World In View: Venezuela’s election


It was a stunning defeat. Where to now for the Venezuelan masses who supported Chavez in power, but many of whom feel disappointed in the...
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Comrades and friends remember Olga

January 25, 2016
Remembrances of Olga Domanski by comrades and friends. ...
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Featured Column

Workshop Talks: Urgency of solidarity


Workers often ignore borders to solidarize with fellow humans. Solidarity needed now against atrocities against Syrian civilians and in support of Larycia Hawkins risking tenure...
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Editorial

Editorial: Erdogan slaughters Kurds

January 23, 2016
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's slaughter of Kurdish civilians and activists is viewed in the context of world revolution and counter-revolution. ...
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Olga Domanski: embodiment of Woman as Reason
Out In The Union: A Labor History of Queer America
‘Comfort’ women dispute agreement
Women WorldWide

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Risking jobs for union and respect
Detroit teachers’ sick-out
Two-tier ruins Muni

Pages 6-7, Readers’ Views
Readers’ Views Part 1
Readers’ Views Part 2
Olga Domanski’s revolutionary life, 1923-2015

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‘Wellness check’ is Orwellian for torture
China in crisis moves to crush dissent

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Detroit, Flint – Water is a Human Right
Trans Victims Honored
Handicap This!
Queer Notes

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Stop campus racism!
Youth in Action

Page 12, World in View
Ruqia Hassan’s dignity
David Bowie’s legacy
Paris massacre heralds more reaction

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