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By Eljeer Hawkins, Harlem, New York 100 years ago in 1903, sociologist, scholar, and historian W.E.B. Dubois (1868-1963) wrote his book The Souls of Black Folk, which would make a vital contribution to the struggle...

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Thirty years ago, “Watergate” developed into the worst political scandal in US history, culminating in the first forced resignation of a president and the convictions of over 30 Nixon administration officials and campaign staff. The...

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Re-printed from The Socialist (2/14/03), the newspaper of the British section of the Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI) War and conflict are rooted in the exploitative and oppressive nature of capitalism and imperialism. Capitalism...

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“The credit system appears as the main lever of overproduction and over speculation in commerce solely because the process of reproduction, which is elastic in its nature, is here forced to its extreme limits. “And...

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Originally appeared in Socialism Today No. 40, July 1999 Something unremarkable happened on June 27, 1969 in New York’s Greenwich Village, an event which had occurred a thousand times before across the U.S. over the...

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The Rise of Fundamentalism

September 1, 1993

With the collapse of Stalinism in the former-USSR, and the removal of the threat of Soviet-backed regimes coming to power in the colonial and ex-colonial world, Islamic fundamentalism has replaced ‘communism’ in the demonology of...

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