Monthly Archives: September 2011

Glenn Greenwald on Wall St. Protests

There is a really interesting piece by Glenn Greenwald on the Wall St. protests and some of the dismissive attitudes towards them (for lack of organisation, for not having a project etc.) here . For a report giving a good sense … Continue reading

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The Truth About “Class War” in America by Rick Wolff

Republicans and conservatives have done us a service by describing federal policies in terms of “class war.” But by applying the term only to Obama’s latest proposals to raise taxes on the rich, they have it all backward and upside … Continue reading

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Listening to Los Indignados

One of the great surprises of the early summer, not the least, was the size and the range of the demonstrations that saw people occupy public squares all over Spain in protest against Spanish responses to the Crisis, the hollowing … Continue reading

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