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‘It only needs all’: re-reading Dialectic of Enlightenment at 70

Seventy years ago, Querido Verlag published a densely written book that has become a key title of modern social ph...   [ continue reading...]

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The Republic of Rogue Island

Tom Cutterham Here's what one state's radical experiment after the American Revolution can tell us about democracy today. The post The Republic of Rogue Island...   [ continue reading...]

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Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn Worked With Israeli Spyware Firm

  Michael Flynn in 2012. (Wikimedia Commons) Former national security adviser Michael Flynn once was a consultant to an Israeli spyware firm that is...   [ continue reading...]

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Why we leaked hundreds of pages of a secret trade deal that threatens our rights and our planet

Behind closed doors and countless documents, details of a proposed deal between two of the world’s largest economies are being kept from us. Until now.Cha...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Does the U.S. Hate Iran? Think Oil and Strategic Power.

Iran is a paragon of human rights, democracy and social liberty compared with some of our Middle Eastern allies. But our policymakers aren’t letting that...   [ continue reading...]

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So Jon Ossoff Lost: Is That a Left Swipe From Millennial Voters?

In Georgia's special election, Karen Handel dimmed, if not doused, Democratic hopes that younger candidates will bring younger voters to polls. As both parties'...   [ continue reading...]

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Rev. William Barber Says GOP Voter Suppression the 'Real Hacking' of US Democracy

Jake Johnson, staff writerIn an effort to bring national attention to "homegrown voter suppression" and to launch a campaign of "moral resistance" against Repub...   [ continue reading...]

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Eurozone’s future must involve break with austerity

Saturday, June 24, 2017The article below is an abridged version of a speech given by Emma Clancy on behalf of Sinn Fein at a European United Left-Nord...   [ continue reading...]

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Macron and absolute responsibility

If there were one word to characterise these elections, it was crafted by Melenchon and is “dégagisme...   [ continue reading...]

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'Modern-Day Slavery': Many Southern States Have Prison Inmates Working in Governor's Mansions and Capitol Buildings

Another old tradition that belongs in the dustbin of history. When activist Sam Sinyangwe was awaiting a meeting with the governor’s office at the L...   [ continue reading...]

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The religion of property is to blame for the deaths of those at Grenfell

Politicians have been playing Monopoly with people's lives, and Grenfell is the tragic result. ...   [ continue reading...]

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Tearing down the wall: lessons on national security from the Summer of Love

In a national security state, the world is transformed into a vast reservoir of potential enemies, all bent on our...   [ continue reading...]

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Seth Meyers Catches Trump in One of His Most Brazen and Egregious Lies to Date

"Trump has actually signed none of the major legislation he promised." As Senate Republicans rush to sign a deeply unpopular health care bill into law, "P...   [ continue reading...]

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Comment | This is an immense victory for Palestine, for British democracy and for the rule of law

Yesterday, the Palestine Solidarity Campaign won a historic court case against the UK Government's attempts to prevent local councils from taking part in ethica...   [ continue reading...]

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Why is a Greens senator promoting right-wing violence in Venezuela?

Peter Whish-Wilson (standing) in Parliament next to other Greens senators.Jim McIlroy & Federico FuentesSaturday, June 24, 2017In a speech to parliament on...   [ continue reading...]

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CEOs Use Virtual Reality to Simulate the Experience of Being Homeless, Face Instantaneous Backlash

Only the corporate elite could have devised an exercise this spectacularly tone-deaf. The rich may be even more divorced from reality than we thought.Duri...   [ continue reading...]

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Germany Shows it’s Worth Fighting for Energy Democracy

People soon realized it was not enough to just say no. They needed to offer a better alternative and say yes to something. So the Germans demanded what has sinc...   [ continue reading...]

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As Modi Heads to Washington, a Look at What to Be Hopeful For

Narendra Modi’s focus should be on establishing good chemistry with Donald Trump, reassuring the latter that India is a reliable partner democracy for the...   [ continue reading...]

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U.S. Interrogations Held at Secret Yemeni Prison

  A deserted cell in a Yemeni prison. A separate wing is part of a network of secret prisons into which hundreds of people have disappeared after being d...   [ continue reading...]

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BJP’s Pick of Kovind as a ‘Dalit’ President Goes Against Ambedkar’s Idea of Democracy

Ambedkar had argued that Dalits did not wish to be represented by others, much less nominated by them, and vehemently favoured separate electorates since it bro...   [ continue reading...]

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