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- Marx on directly social labor
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- The Arab Spring
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- Occupy Movement faces racism
- Some cuts don't heal
- Sudan’s Arab Spring
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Readers’ Views, September-October 2013, Part I Continue reading
The world today is riven between the creativity of masses in revolt and the violent degeneracy of counter-revolution, whose destructiveness even extends to the revived specter of nuclear war two decades after the collapse of the USSR. Such is the degeneracy of the globalized capitalist system, laden with destructive forces and sunk into structural crisis. The deep crisis is seen in the U.S. and abroad, economically, in unemployment and poverty, homelessness and hunger. It is seen politically, in new laws attacking workers and women, and new outbursts of racism. It is seen environmentally, with the advance of climate disruption and fake capitalistic solutions. It is seen in thought, as the lack of philosophy, of a total view, hampers the development of struggles from the U.S. to the revolutions of the Arab Spring facing counter-revolutions. Continue reading
From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya: Deep recession, rate of profit and the supreme commodity, labor power
From the new September-October 2011 issue of News & Letters: From the Writings of Raya Dunayevskaya Deep recession, rate of profit and the supreme commodity, labor power Editor’s note: Written in the midst of the last double-dip recession in the … Continue reading