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As a settler-colony scrambling to hang on to its dominant position within the current international order, the United States recognizes Israel as a kindred spirit and accomplice that is similarly threatening to buckle under the weight of its own irresolvable contradictions.
Kim Moody writes about how we should understand the UAW strike against the backdrop of a larger wave.
Part two of Sean Larson’s reconstruction of the failed German Revolution of 1923, and the episode’s lessons for revolutionaries today.
Part one of Sean Larson’s reconstruction of the failed German Revolution of 1923, and the episode’s lessons for revolutionaries today.
Writers Against the War on Gaza (WAWOG) is an ad hoc coalition committed to solidarity and the horizon of liberation for the Palestinian people. Beginning with an open letter signed by 700+ writers, editors, activists, actors, culture workers, and others, WAWOG hopes to provide ongoing infrastructure for cultural organizing in response to the war. This project is modeled on American Writers Against the Vietnam War, an organization founded in 1965.
Simon Pirani systematically takes on ecomodernist approaches to socialist strategy, which, he argues, are fundamentally antithetical to any left project.
The Spectre editorial board provides a statement on the ongoing genocide in Gaza.
Incarcerated writer Elizabeth Hawes analyzes the child separation crisis plaguing the US prison-industrial complex.
Michael Roberts responds to Seth Ackerman’s sprawling critique of Robert Brenner.
Joseph Daher analyzes the causes, scope, strategy, and possible growth of the ongoing regime protest movement in Syria.