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There is great interest in Hugo Chávez’s Venezuela, Evo Morales’ Bolivia, and Fidel Castro’s Cuba among workers and young people worldwide. Pirates of the Caribbean: Axis of Hope, by Tariq Ali, is informative on the...

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Anyone concerned about the challenges – and possibilities – of building a movement against Corporate America and their two-party system will be interested in An Unreasonable Man, an excellent new documentary about Ralph Nader. The...

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March is Women’s History Month, and it is appropriate to read, discuss, and reflect on the contributions by working-class women in the struggle for a better society. For those parents who want to teach our...

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Since the early 1980s, world capitalism has followed a trajectory based on globalisation and neo-liberal policies. Capitalism Unleashed begins with a succinct analysis of the capitalist crisis that followed the end of the long post-war...

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Socialist Alternative Radio is live on 91.5 FM in the Boston area Fridays 7 am to 9 am, or listen anytime on the Web at WMFO.org. A democratic socialist, working-class view of politics and culture,...

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So, where next for the uranium-enriched fist of U.S. big business: Iran? North Korea? Venezuela? Cuba? Nicaragua? A sinkhole has opened up in Iraq for U.S. imperialism, and confusion about how to climb out of...

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It is 100 years ago since the publication of The Jungle by Upton Sinclair. His devastating exposé of the meat packing industry in Chicago initially couldn’t find a publisher but on publication its success was...

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In the documentary An Inconvenient Truth, former Vice President Al Gore explains in simple terms the cause of global warming and why it is putting the lives of millions at risk. Anyone who cares about...

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Is Capitalism to Blame, or is Wal-Mart Just Evil? Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Prices is a new film by Robert Greenwald that exposes the brutal nature of the world’s largest corporation. In an...

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“Why did the Bush administration approve the secret airlift out of America of 140 Saudis, including two dozen relatives of Osama bin Laden, just after September 11?” This question is posed on the cover of...

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