Human Power is its own end – Karl Marx
July-August 2016, Vol. 61, #4

Fires in Canada, drought in India inspire creative revolt

July 3, 2016
The wildfires sweeping Alberta's tar sands region provide a window onto the state of the environment and the multidimensional worldwide struggle against pollution and climate chaos fueled by capitalism's drive for production for the sake of...
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From the writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Racism, war and Muhammad Ali

July 4, 2016
On the same day that General William Westmoreland waved the flag before Congress, Muhammad Ali refused to be inducted into the Army. While the general was applauded even by the doves, Ali was, within hours, stripped of his title of World Heavyweight Boxing Champion. War exposed the open nerve—”the Black Question”—which has always been the touchstone of U.S. history. It placed American civilization on trial before the world much more seriously than the “war crimes tribunal” in...
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Jasmine Richards – Black Lives Matter speaks

July 3, 2016
A revolutionary critique of the "lynching" charge against Black Lives Matter activist Jasmine Richards and how it reveals the racism endemic to U.S. society and spotlights the revolutionary Black youth fighting against it....
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The hell anti-abortionists have wrought

July 2, 2016
One woman tells her story of the difficulty of getting an abortion in Alabama for a fetus with a fatal disease and her anger at...
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Philosophic Dialogue: Dialectic of the party or dialectic of philosophy and organization?

July 5, 2016
Eugene Gogol explores the point that the radical heart of Hegelian dialectics is the negation of the negation--the positive within the negative that constructs the...
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Editorial: Homophobic mass murder in Orlando

July 9, 2016
Domestic terrorist Omar Mateen's killing and injuring of Queer people in Orlando exposes racist and anti-Muslim sentiments but also, in reaction to his act,...
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Letter from Mexico: Police kill defiant teachers in Oaxaca

July 2, 2016
Despite police murders of teachers, surviving teachers and their supporters carry on inspiring protests against so-called "educational reforms" in Oaxaca,...
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Woman As Reason: Will Stanford rape be a turning point?


Terry Moon explores how the rape of a woman by a Stanford University student can become a turning point, rather than a stopping point, in...
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