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Peter Kuper's eerily prescient comic from 27 years ago

Peter Kuper's eerily prescient comic that presaged the current administration, originally posted in Heavy Metal magazine, 27 years ago. It has also been republished in color in Peter's book Drawn to New York: An Illustrated Chronicle of Three Decades in New York City.
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The Ghosts of 9-1-1: Reflections on History, Justice and Roosting Chickens*

“The Ghosts of 9-1-1” is the fully developed version of “Some People Push Back,” my gut-reaction to the spectacular attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center carried out by al-Qaida on September 11, 2001. T
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In NAFTA talk, uncertainty reigns for suppliers and manufacturers

The first round of talks to rewrite the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) ended Aug. 20 in Washington, D.C. Round two of negotiations is set for Sept. 1-5 in Mexico City. What is at stake for U.S. supply chains and manufacturers?
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The NAFTA Consensus

By Richard Roman/Edur Velasco Arregui
Originally posted in Jacobin

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) talks started on August 16 with very little of the fire and fury Donald Trump had promised during his campaign. His pledge to abolish the deal has largely been replaced with a plan to modernize it.

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Pacifism as Pathology in Essential Reading: Charlottesville

Your Lit Review hosts Monica Trinidad & Page May have compiled some essential reading homework in light of recent events in Charlottesville. We must remember that the roots of white supremacy are deep, and our ancestors have fought them from day one. As always, read with care, and keep reading. Artwork by Monica Trinidad.

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What I Do: Words about Editing (and Reading and Living) by Chris Dodge

Meditations from a freelance editor, indexer, proofreader, and frequent PM freelancer.

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The 'Secret' Anarchist Punk History Of Chumbawamba's Hit Song 'Tubthumping'

originally posted on Junkee
"...The gamble had worked. Chumbawamba, a collective of anarchists fifteen years deep into a strange career, briefly held the world’s attention — and they made decisive, bold use of it to champion their causes."
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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 to the 2014-16 MA ILTUS cohort.

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Prospects for Social Democracy in the US: Insights From a Syndicalist in Sweden

Originally posted on Truhtout
By Enrique Guerrero-López and Adam Weaver
April 10th, 2017

In the era of Trump, there's a clear and growing interest in socialism, especially among young people. The first measurable shift began to peek over the horizon in polling data done in the wake of the Occupy movement, showing 49 percent of people ages 18-29 favored socialism over capitalism.

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