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  • The Social Democratic Assassin
    Vienna press Promedia has republished the transcripts from the trial against Friedrich Adler, who shot and killed Austrian minister-president Karl Graf Stürgkh in October 1916.
  • To Praise Ginger Goodwin Is to Revere a Radical
    Albert "Ginger" Goodwin was active in the coal mining unions of Glace Bay, Nova Scotia and Vancouver Island. Blacklisted from the Island mines after the strike of 1912-14, Goodwin went to Trail to organize smelter workers at Cominco i...
  • Ecological Thinking and the Crisis of the Earth
    If a visitor from another galaxy were sent to Earth to report on the latest news here, it seems rather obvious what the alien observer would take back to the home planet. Our extraterrestrial investigator would certainly report that our planet is ...
  • A New Class Politics
    Class is back on the agenda of the European left. That is good news. The reasons, however, are unfortunate.
  • RIP Liu Xiaobo, 1955-2017
    Chinese poet, essayist and activist Liu Xiaobo has died while in custody. Xiaobo was President of the Independent Chinese PEN Center, and in this role he supported writers all over the world in their struggles against tyranny. His death from ca...
  • The Power of Song
    Some decades ago, I went to see a Sunday morning Socialist Film Co-op showing of a film about the Wobblies at the Renoir in London. In the discussion afterwards, Tony Benn voiced this criticism: the problem with the Wobblies, he said, was that...
  • Between Capital and Volk
    Germany's AfD poses as a defender of the "common man," but seeks to impose an authoritarian form of neoliberalism.
  • Another Sun Is Possible: Solstice Reflections
    The Solstice is about the power of nature, and focuses specifically on the power of the Sun, the major source of life on Earth, and on the relationship between this Great Source and all the changes and cycles of life on the planet. 
  • Is Zionism Antisemitic?
    In the current furore over supposed antisemitism in the Labour Party and the suspension of Ken Livingstone for asserting that Hitler supported Zionism, the crux of the problem seems to have been somewhat obscured.
  • CLIMATE STRATEGY WEBINARS
    CLIMATE STRATEGY WEBINARS:How Can We Realize the Paris Climate Protection Targets in the Trump Era? Climate Insurgency. Public Trust. Just Transition.
  • Hooray, hooray, the first of May
    Originally published in Historical Journalism Journal by Phil Hedges Phil Hedges is a trade union organiser and an alumnus of the International Labour and Trade Union Studies Masters (MA ILTUS) at Ruskin College, Oxford. This essay is dedicated ...
  • Remembering Gustav Landauer
    The Gustav Landauer monument in Munich will be reerected in June 2017, while a new initiative demands another in Berlin.
  • No Sanctuary for Palestinian Scholarship
    At a March 2017 conference of the National Association of Ethnic Studies held at San Francisco State University (SFSU), President Leslie Wong boasted about the University’s role as a sanctuary campus. He referenced  SFSU’s prou...
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