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  • Babylon on the Hudson
     I come from a family of New Yorkers. Three of my grandparents emigrated to the city from Poland and what is now Belarus and lived there most of their lives, the fourth was born there, and both of my parents were born and raised in Brookly...
  • Letters to Hillary...
    Dear Hillary Rodham Clinton,       I am voting for you to be our first woman president because Sisterhood is Powerful, and who doesn't love power? For a woman to be accepted as "one of the boys," she has to be t...
  • Gwangju 518 and the Future of Global Democracy
    This is the acceptance speech George gave for the 2016 Kim Dae Jung Scholar's Prize for Contributions to Peace, Democracy and Human Rights on the Korean Peninsula  
  • An End of Power?
    We are entering a period where the social structures and mechanisms that have channeled and controlled power for the past few hundred years are shifting radically. In The End of Power, Venezuelan politician and former director of the World Bank...
  • The Global Perspective
    The former Blekingegade Group member Torkil Lauesen presents a new study on imperialism, global capitalism, and the Left’s possibilities of resistance.
  • Khadija Ismayilova freed
    Azerbaijani investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova has been freed from prison.
  • Reflections on a Delegation to Imprisoned Palestine
     At the end of March 2016, I was part of a nineteen-member Prisoner Solidarity and Labor Delegation that traveled from the United States, the country with the largest number of prisoners in the ...
  • No Child Left Unmarketized
    Eliminate compulsory schooling, government operation of and government financing of schools except for financial assistance to the indigent.  The market would then have full rein.Milton Friedman
  • Left Forum 2016
    PM Press and our authors are bringing the noise to Left Forum in NYC from May 20th to 22nd. Here's your guide to all the panels you need for this year's conference!
  • Ten Ways to Challenge Capitalism's Death Grip on Daily Life
    In order to deal with the climate crisis and have more satisfying lives, we need to build economies that consume fewer natural resources. In other words, we need to build a "solidarity economy" based on worker-owned cooperatives, self-pr...
  • “…because my sister and I were very close”
    Today is the fortieth anniversary of the death in of RAF founding member Ulrike Meinhof.  To mark the anniversary, former RAF member Ron Augustin interviewed Ulrike’s sister Wienke.
  • Shopping in the Security State
    Most people would likely consider the idea that their shopping practices serve to advance the security state absurd, but they would be wrong.  The interconnection between security concerns and shopping is more than ideological, it’s pra...
  • The Commons and the Centennial of the Easter Rising
    Last year on Earth Day we sang the Digger’s Song and I promised not to come again unless it was with a jackhammer. Here I am with no jack hammer. So it was at best a hope deferred or at worst a false promise. In any case a defeat.
  • Sober Living for the Revolution: The Song
    In 2010, PM Press published the book Sober Living for the Revolution: Hardcore Punk, Straight Edge, and Radical Politics. Now the Australian hardcore punk band Rebirth has released a song by the same name.
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