Bertrand Bob Guevara: No Bosses? I’m In

A review of Michael Albert’s No Bosses

George Monbiot: Think big on climate

The transformation of society in months has been done before

Alejandra Marks: Underground Activists in Brazil Fight for Women’s Reproductive Rights

Abortion activism networks support and guide women through at-home procedures in Brazil’s legally restrictive and socially conservative landscape

Hamilton Nolan: Mississippi Believes It Can Be Organized. Does Anyone Else?

Under-resourced and overlooked, the South is tired of waiting for organized labor

Steve Early: New Deal Recycling: Can a Federal Writers Project Rise Again?

U.S. Rep. Ted Lieu’s proposed $60 million federal investment in “cultural infrastructure” would lead to the re-hiring of writers, editors, fact-checkers, publishing assistants, librarians, and historians who lost work and income due to the pandemic

Abahlali baseMjondolo: The ongoing attack on the eKhenena Commune is being planned at a high level

A total of nine comrades have now been arrested on trumped up charges in the latest wave of repression against the eKhenena Commune

Branko Marcetic: The political evolution of Kyrsten Sinema

Sinema reads as a cautionary tale of what happens when political ambition becomes a be-all and end-all

John Feffer: Can We Avoid a War with China?

The cold war in the Taiwan Strait threatens to turn hot

Vijay Prashad: Chile is at the dawn of a new political era

The search for the new era in Chile has two important avenues: the writing of the new constitution, which is what the 155 members of the Constitutional Convention are doing, and the presidential election to be held on November 21, 2021

Shaun Richman: Happy Striketober

Let’s Restore the Legal Right to Strike

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