Human Power is its own end – Karl Marx
November-December 2020, Vol. 65, #6

Black-led revolt ensures defeat of Trump’s racist campaign

November 27, 2020
Racism and the resistance to it permeated the election, from the Trump campaign’s appeal to white supremacy to the outpouring of Black organizing and votes,...
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Uber and Lyft put drivers in peonage with the passage of Proposition 22

November 29, 2020
Proposition 22 will allow app-based transportation and delivery sector employers to keep classifying their employees as private contractors. They will not have to offer workers...
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From the writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: What is philosophy? What is revolution?

November 27, 2020
This Political-Philosophic Letter of Raya Dunayevskaya speaks to the need to return to philosophical roots at times of deep crisis, including addressing the question of...
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Philosophic dialogue: New perspectives on Marx’s Humanist Essays

November 28, 2020
Three presentations on why Marx’s 1844 Humanist Essays are critical to meet today’s challenges, by a high school student, a former prisoner who participated in the Pelican Bay Hunger Strikes, and a long-time Marxist-Humanist looking at 1844 from a feminist...
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LA voters dump killer cop protector Jackie Lacey

Los Angeles activist Basho tells of the electoral defeat of District Attorney Jackie Lacey, who protected killer cops, and the years of demonstrations and pain...
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Trump’s immigrant policies challenged

Both the “Remain in Mexico” policy, in which border guards stop asylum seekers from approaching U.S. border stations, and the family separation policy on the...
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Workers oppose China’s forced labor camps

Labor unions and human rights groups demand action against China's incarceration of Uyghurs and forced...
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Detroit voters speak truth to power

November 26, 2020
People in Detroit, Mich., involved in counting the vote of the 2020 presidential election speak for themselves of their pride in fighting Republican intimidation and...
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World in View: EU enables fascism

November 25, 2020
The European Union has once more proved its feckless inability to halt the destruction of democracy by Hungary and Poland, who caused a crisis by...
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World in view: Massive student-led protests cover Thailand

November 24, 2020
Tens of thousands of Thai students, many from high schools, have been carrying on massive demonstrations for months demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Prayut...
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Editorial: Polish women’s revolutionary moment

November 29, 2020
What is happening in Poland is revolutionary as women lead a movement that is protesting the Catholic Church’s inhuman attack on women’s freedom as well...
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Editorial: Caucasus war concerns all of humanity

November 26, 2020
Humanity needs to take head of the warfare that broke out between Armenia and Azerbaijan in late September, over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh which...
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Women WorldWide

Review: Women Are Blamed for Everything

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‘Virtual’ teaching or hazardous workplace

P.O. workers thwart Trump’s vote thefts

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Readers’ views, November-December 2020: part one

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Readers’ views, November-December 2020: part two

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Ethiopia civil war fears

Maryland prisoners organize a union

Voices from the Inside Out: Damage left by Trump

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News from Mexico

Count every vote!

Queer Notes

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Youth in Action

Biking Mexico Diary: Indigenous protect the forest, land and water

Latin America Notes

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World in View: ISIS in Mozambique

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