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Europe in crisis: a satirical take from Greece

Europe has perhaps been in crisis for longer than we think, given that the elite driven move to marketization and a neo-liberal model has even less of a mandate at a pan-EU level than in individual countries, not least because … Continue reading

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Student movement in Quebec

Showing admirable stamina and no little inventiveness, students in Quebec have been mobilising for much of the year in opposition to government plans for a sharp increase in their tuition fees. News of their latest demonstration can be found here. … Continue reading

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Lost Elections’ Strategic Lessons for Workers’ Movements Everywhere Tuesday, 12 June 2012 12:01 By Richard D Wolff

Last week’s elections in Wisconsin and in San Diego and San Jose, California, brought victories for capitalists’ over workers’ priorities. Majorities of voters endorsed politicians’ plans to ease state and city budget difficulties by cutting public employees’ jobs, wages, pensions … Continue reading

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Marlière across La Manche: a diary of the 2012 French presidential election

Click here for Philippe Marlière’s take on the French presidential election every day until the second round on 6 May.

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University of California and the criminalisation of dissent (letter appealing for support)

Dear Fellow Education Activists, I’m writing today with an impassioned and profoundly frustrated heart about what is happening on our campus at UC Berkeley, the so-called “home of the Free Speech Movement,” and beyond. It’s extremely important to share this story with … Continue reading

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Experimental film / video and the crisis

There have recently been a cluster of French mainstream films that can be seen to engage with the crisis and its fallout in one way or another. Some of them are discussed in French here.  There has also been a … Continue reading

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Manifesto for Economic Democracy and Ecological Sanity Thursday 9 February 2012

It is often said that the weakness of current oppositional mobilisation is its lack of specific projects or concrete proposals. As if in answer to that kind of accusation, the Economic Democracy Manifesto Group have published a manifesto available here. … Continue reading

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