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Recipe for a Massacre

20. August 2012

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Recipe for a Massacre

South Africa's Marikana massacre was the inevitable result of sacrificing workers' lives to capitalist greed.

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US Social Forum 2010 – We Need Unity in Action

5. July 2010

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US Social Forum 2010 – We Need Unity in Action

Capitalism is trying to solve its financial problems by attacking all workers. We can defend our rights only by fighting back as a class. “An injury to one is an injury to all” means that we must treat every battle as our own.

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Assembly-Line Medicine

17. April 2010

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Assembly-Line Medicine

By expanding Taylorism to the service sector, capitalism has expanded the class struggle to every school and hospital. Opportunities have never been better to build a unified movement of the working-class.

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Professional Poison: How Professionals Sabotage Social Movements, and Why Workers Should Lead Our Fight

7. June 2009

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Middle-class professionals will dominate our unions and social movements until working people organize to challenge them.

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In Palestine, not even the birds are free

18. November 2008

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In Palestine, not even the birds are free

by Patricia Campbell -- Two weeks before our medical conference was scheduled to begin in Gaza, Israel denied entry visas to all the foreign delegates who had been invited to participate.

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A Social Definition of Class

1. June 2008

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A Social Definition of Class

A social definition of class explains why the capitalist class will never put people first, why the middle class will always try to contain the forces of rebellion, and why only the working class has the numbers, the power and the motivation to replace capitalism with an egalitarian socialist society

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War in the House of Labor

20. April 2008

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War in the House of Labor

Two major unions, CNA and SEIU, are locked in battle. Should we take sides or support rank-and-file unity? (See postscript on recent CNA/SEIU merger)

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How Can We Organize Across National Borders?

8. September 2007

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How Can We Organize Across National Borders?

Two principles are key to organizing across national borders: self-determination and solidarity.

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How Capitalism Turns Intimate Relationships into a Battleground

25. August 2007

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How Capitalism Turns Intimate Relationships into a Battleground

Capitalism creates impossible conditions for both sexes. Because meeting human needs would cut into profits, people are deprived of what they need and then shamed for feeling needy. As resentment builds, we attack our loved ones instead of the system that keeps us deprived.

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Whose Property?

28. July 2007

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Whose Property?

The differences between private, public, common and personal property are very important and rarely understood.

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