Category Archives: Marxist-Humanism

Collapse of the Radical Left in Greece

Syriza’s defeat illustrates the inevitable devolution of those who want to achieve revolutionary changes without a revolution. Continue reading

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¿Qué es el socialismo? Socialismo y liberación de las mujeres

Este es el tercero de los cuatro ensayos sobre el tema: ¿Qué es el socialismo? “El socialismo y una filosofía de la revolución” por Gerry Emmett, se puede encontrar en https://newsandletters.org/socialism-socialism-philosophy/ y “Socialismo, trabajo y la dimensión negra” de Bob … Continue reading

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Women Bearing the Brunt of Reaction Lead the Resistance

Here is a presentation given by Terry Moon for International Women’s Day/Women’s History Month. Women Bearing the Brunt of Reaction Lead the Resistance Talk for the Chicago Local of News and Letters Committees –Terry Moon March 27, 2019   Part … Continue reading

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A poem by Lea Díaz

Here follows an untitled poem by Lea Díaz that I liked so much I translated it into English.  The original is followed by the translation. A mí me educaron: la televisión, el asfalto, la escuela y la iglesia, haciéndome ignorante … Continue reading

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‘Down to Earth’ by Bruno Latour: a diversionary political fiction lands in capitulation

Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime, by Bruno Latour (Polity Press, 2018). Review by Franklin Dmitryev Bruno Latour’s new book Down to Earth (touted in The New York Times as “a brilliantly mind-bending book”) is the latest … Continue reading

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Socialism and Ecology

A presentation given as part of a series on “What Is Socialism?” Continue reading

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The Green New Deal

Calls for a “green new deal” risk the kind of state/party co-optation of movements from below that was involved in the 1930s New Deal. Continue reading

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