Anti-Capitalist Radio Episode 68

December 22, 2014 admin 0

Comment on police violence (0:00) Oklahoma: criminalizing women (3:00) 100 years since the World War I “Christmas Truce” (15:00) U.S. and Cuba: same aim, different tactics (26:00)

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Review: The Underground Girls of Kabul

December 18, 2014 admin 0

The class war is older than capitalism. It began with the agricultural revolution and the rise of patriarchy, when women became slaves to procreation and men – especially ruling class men, but even the poor […]


Black Lives & the Fight for $15

December 16, 2014 admin 0

Around the United States in towns small and large, workers are organizing to gain a living wage. To achieve their goal for a fifteen dollar an hour minimum wage workers are organizing protests and strikes, […]


Revolution and “Schools of Solidarity”

December 15, 2014 admin 0

For a long time, the very idea of mass-struggle politics was almost invariably considered anathema in this country. The United States is just too conservative, we were (and still are) told both by the active […]

The Red Vine

The Red Vine: December 2014

December 14, 2014 admin 4

In this issue: Schools of Solidarity: what makes revolution possible? #BlackLivesMatter meets the Fight for $15 Community control over police: reformist trap or transitional demand? Labor split in South Africa The Underground Girls of Kabul: […]


Statement on Ferguson

November 25, 2014 admin 1

We’ve all been waiting for the other shoe to drop, and it has. Officer Darren Wilson has not been indicted. Mike Brown is one among many, both in the St. Louis County and nationwide, to […]