Human Power is its own end – Karl Marx
September-October 2015, Vol. 60, #5

Counter-revolution in Middle East shows crisis of humanity

August 28, 2015
From the signing of a nuclear weapons agreement by the U.S. and Iran, to the ongoing war in Syria including the roles of Turkey and of the Left, this wide-ranging article delves into the Middle East situation with an emphasis on the forces fighting for genuine freedom and a multi-ethnic...
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Editorial: Evolving Black Lives Matter movement

August 29, 2015
One year after the murder of Michael Brown by Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson, the Black Lives Matter movement continues to challenge racist U.S. society. In doing so, it deepens itself in both content and...
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From the writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: A revolutionary attitude to Archives

August 30, 2015
To highlight the new online availability of the Raya Dunayevskaya Collection, we present excerpts of her 1985 Marxist-Humanist Perspectives, which take up the development of the Marxist-Humanist concept of Archives out of the category made of the totality of Marx's Archives as a new beginning for...
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Voices from the inside out: Racism and the Confederate flag


A Black prisoner looks at the meaning of U.S. racism and the struggle to remove the Confederate flag from the capitol grounds of South Carolina....
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Greek crisis: austerity, revolt and illusions


Although the Greek masses reject the austerity program imposed on them by the European institutions, Syriza inexorably took a path to capitulation because it is...
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Huge explosions in Tianjin, China, heat up ongoing unrest

August 31, 2015
Workers and residents reacted to the huge explosion of Tianjin in China of a hazardous chemical warehouse that killed and injured hundreds of firefighters, neighbors...
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California prisons’ punitive ‘wellness checks’

September 3, 2015
Pelican Bay Prison guards use court-ordered "wellness checks" to harass prisoners. They make it impossible for anyone to get any sleep as they rampage through...
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Puerto Rico: U.S. exploitation and austerity

September 6, 2015
Puerto Rico's debt has become unsustainable. The roots of the financial and human crisis lie within the island’s 117-year history as a U.S....
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