Web-only: Fascist show of force in Charlottesville; Chicago auto mechanics strike; Venezuela crisis; Keolis Transit strike; online Archives Guide

August 14, 2017

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Fascism declares civil war in Charlottesville, Virginia
Analysis of the violent invasion of Charlottesville, Va., the significance of the broader advance of fascism, and the opposite to it in human forces and reason.

Chicago mechanics on strike!
A striker speaks from one of the auto mechanics’ picket lines at 140 car dealerships in the Chicago area.

Venezuela, ‘Chavismo’ in total crisis—which way out?
As Venezuela’s social crisis deepens, the contradictions always present in Chavismo are coming to a head. A look at the Bolivarian Constitution, Chavismo’s relationship to the Arab Spring, and its dependence on high oil prices and a top leader illuminate the crisis.

Workers join ranks against Keolis Transit Service
Mechanics went on strike at Foothill Transit in Pomona, Calif., and were joined on the picket line by bus drivers.

Now available online! Guide to the Raya Dunayevskaya Collection, the Marxist-Humanist Archives
The new online Guide with clickable links to all the documents is an extremely useful finding tool that helps the reader or researcher locate items and grasp the structure of the Archives. The website of the Raya Dunayevskaya Memorial Fund presents the Raya Dunayevskaya Collection as she organized it, together with the Supplement.

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