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Typewriters Still Smoking? An Interview with Underground Press Maven John McMillan

There was a huge difference between the best and the worst papers. I like Atlanta’s Great Speckled Bird, the (Chicago) Seed, The Rag (from Austin, Texas),...   [ continue reading...]

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The Alarming Rise of Virgin Care – and Branson’s threat to the NHS

Manchester SolFed analyses the career of billionaire railway subsidies junkie Richard Branson and the ways he's expanding into the British healthcare system, wi...   [ continue reading...]

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Of “Shitholes” and Liberals

President Trump’s reported comment that the U.S. should block immigration from “shithole countries” was vile, and the outraged response is war...   [ continue reading...]

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We’re Not Done Here

Oh, girls, look what we’ve done now. We’ve gone too far. The growing backlash against the MeToo movement has finally settled on a form that can face...   [ continue reading...]

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Manarchy Response, From the Authors

People offered both positive and negative criticism, and we have learned through this process. We feel this dialogue is a vital element of a movement dedicat...   [ continue reading...]

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Women would lose $4.6 billion in earned tips if the administration’s ‘tip stealing’ rule is finalized

The Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed a rule that would make it legal for employers to pocket their workers’ tips, as long as they pay those workers...   [ continue reading...]

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Could decentralized systems replace Google?

Google now owns over 90 percent of the search engine market, and many fear the growing possibility of monopolistic oppression. Free of competition, internet sea...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Is It So Hard for Americans to Get a Decent Raise?

A new answer could change how we think about unions, monopolies, and the minimum wage.   [ continue reading...]

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World accumulation & Planetary life, or, why capitalism will not survive until the ‘last tree is cut’

Why does it seem easier to imagine the end of the world than to see the end of capitalism? Part of the answer turns on a rift between radical economic and ecolo...   [ continue reading...]

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NASA just made a stunning discovery about how fracking fuels global warming

A new NASA study is one final nail in the coffin of the myth that natural gas is a climate solution, or a “bridge” from the dirtiest fossil fuels to...   [ continue reading...]

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What the “Santa Clausification” of Martin Luther King Jr. Leaves Out

The Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. is celebrated annually on a federal holiday on the third Monday of January. Politicians across the political spectrum put ou...   [ continue reading...]

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MLK’s Advice on Strike Strategy Still Relevant Today

Toward the end of his life, Martin Luther King Jr.'s thinking about poverty evolved from racial equality to more of a class perspective. He proposed a Poor Peop...   [ continue reading...]

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Climate Change Made Me Do It: Activists Press The `Necessity Defense’

On Sept. 23, 2016, a group of protesters blocked a Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight train carrying coal in Spokane, WA, to prevent the earth from warming up...   [ continue reading...]

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What Abbey’s ‘Desert Solitaire’ means in these trying times

Fifty years ago, Edward Abbey’s Desert Solitaire was published to decent reviews but little fanfare. “Another book dropped down the bottomless well....   [ continue reading...]

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America is spiritually bankrupt. We must fight back together

The undeniable collapse of integrity, honesty and decency in our public and private life has fueled racial hatred and contempt   [ continue reading...]

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El Salvador’s Worst Shitholes Are ‘Made in America’

My journalist’s hiking boots still have leftover feces and dirt from the ultimate shitholes of El Salvador: its mass graves. Many of the thousands of grav...   [ continue reading...]

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On Planning and Proudhon (plus new Kropotkin translation)

First off, just before the holidays I finally posted my article “Proudhon’s constituted value and the myth of labour notes” which appeared in...   [ continue reading...]

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Review: Anarchism in Korea. Independence, Transnationalism, and the Question of National Development 1919-1984

Dongyoun Hwang has been working for many years recovering the history of Korean anarchism, a movement which has been remarkably important for the history of its...   [ continue reading...]

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The political nature of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Mechanisation and automation have been called the Fourth Industrial Revolution. But these are not inevitable or neutral economic realities. They are political w...   [ continue reading...]

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Dairy Farmer to Donald Trump: “Replace NAFTA, It’s Not Good For Farmers Anywhere”

There is a lot of angst in the U.S. corporate world. They are quite concerned that the renegotiation talks between the United States, Canada and Mexico (the thr...   [ continue reading...]

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