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Verita$: Harvard's Hidden History in The New York Post

“…Now, there are plenty of criticisms of Harvard, though rarely the one Eun-jung levels: that Harvard swanned its way to dominance by maintaining a false front of liberalism when it is, in fact, an arm of the governing right.

“Verita$” recites a litany of bad acts: the Salem witch trials, eugenics, a so-called “collaboration” with Joseph Goebbels and Heinrich Himmler, architects of financial collapse such as Robert Rubin and Larry Summers, McCarthyism, racism, sexism, tyrannical labor practices and “a poison called elitism.”…

"“Verita$” is on more solid ground when it takes the university to task on the taboo subject of class in the classroom. Harvard selects students primarily from advantaged backgrounds. Blue-collar kids have a hard time finding each other…”—Sarah Rose, New York Post

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Staughton Lynd's Solidarity Unionism reviewed on Rabble.ca

"The Workers' Solidarity Club was not an established union but an alternative to one, created by workers displeased by the organizations meant to advocate on their behalf. It's one among many "alternative kinds of organization, like the shopfloor committee and the parallel central labor union," writes Staughton Lynd admiringly in Solidarity Unionism: Rebuilding the Labor Movement From Below.

Lynd describes the Workers' Solidarity Club as initially being a forum where workers could get strike support and have discussions about the labour movement. It was created by workers and primarily composed of either them or retirees.
.."—Daniel Tseghay, Rabble.ca


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Girls Are Not Chicks Coloring Book in Huffington Post Article

"One area where books are particularly useful is in helping our kids deconstruct gender stereotypes. Through books they can explore characters who, perhaps like them, don't fit into the mold of "girl" or "boy." Jacinta Bunnell's Girls Are Not Chicks is a fabulous coloring book that playfully explores many female stereotypes in age appropriate ways. A perfectly fun gift for any girl (or boy)." —Lyndsay Kirkham, The Huffington Post

"An ingeniously subversive coloring book." —Heather Findlay, Editor in Chief, Girlfriends magazine

"Get this cool feminist coloring book even if you don't have a kid" —Jane Pratt, Jane magazine


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Life and Ideas: The Anarchist Writings of Errico Malatesta in Publishers Weekly


"Despite the deep and rich history of anarchism, it can appear as a utopian novelty among radical sociopolitical movements, if it even registers with the public at all. This collection, a reprint of the 1965 original, seeks to reintroduce Italian activist and propagandist Errico Malatesta (1853–1932) as a thoughtful, compassionate, and fierce anarchist. As Richards (1915–2001) noted in his original introduction, “everybody recognizes Malatesta as the man of action but few realise how valuable, and original, and realistic were his ideas.” The book is compiled from writings throughout Malatesta’s life and organized around 27 topics, including writings on revolution, the working class, intellectuals, and science..." —Publishers Weekly

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