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This summer the Gulf region and the Carribbean were pummeled by a record-breaking series of hurricanes knocking out infrastructure and devastating the lives of thousands. Wildfires have ripped through the western United States, incinerating homes...

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The ecologist Richard Levins, who passed away in January, was a revolutionary in more ways than one. He made numerous scientific contributions in population genetics, biomathematics, and community ecology, and he served as the head...

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To stop climate change we need to win over the majority of working people to a socialist alternative....

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Threat of capitalist restoration accelerates As 2014 drew to a close, 2015 was ushered in by U.S. President Obama and Cuba’s Raúl Castro announcing a series of historic agreements. These restored diplomatic relations between the...

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Planning Green Growth

September 15, 2014

“Planning Green Growth” is a pamphlet written by Pete Dickenson in August of 2002.  Although it is an older piece, Dickenson’s analysis and argument is still an extremely important work on environmental sustainability.  The Introduction appears...

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Humanity is at one of the most important crossroads in its 200,000 year history. Having spread across the globe about 30,000 years ago, we advanced through various stages of hunting and gathering to develop agriculture...

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It is clear that a wave of arrests and repression against left and social movement activists in Kazakhstan is gathering pace. Following the arrest and sentencing to 15 days in prison of Ainur Kurmanov last...

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The 90th anniversary of the Russian revolution is being used by western commentators and historians to repeat old lies and distortions about the revolution and its aftermath. An exception is The Soviet Century by Moshe...

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