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“Misogynist” Violence?

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

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“Misogynist” Violence?

Elliot Rodger clearly hated the women who rejected him. However, portraying the Santa Barbara massacre as “misogynist” violence minimizes the problem and makes it harder to solve.

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How Inequality is Killing Us

Monday, September 2, 2013

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How Inequality is Killing Us

In "The Spirit Level: Why Greater Equality Makes Societies Stronger," Wilkinson and Pickett challenge everything we’ve been told about why people get sick and what it takes to be healthy.

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Inequality: The Root Source of Sickness

Saturday, October 31, 2009

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Inequality: The Root Source of Sickness

America has the worst health statistics in the industrialized world because it is the most unequal society in the industrialized world. Social inequality affects the health of populations even more than access to medical care.

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Engels and the WHO Report

Monday, September 1, 2008

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Engels and the WHO Report

On August 28, the World Health Organization announced that "INEQUALITIES ARE KILLING PEOPLE ON A GRAND SCALE." Has anything changed since the 19th Century? Find out in this fictional interview with Frederick Engels.

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How Capitalism Turns Intimate Relationships into a Battleground

Saturday, August 25, 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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The Virginia Tech Massacre: Cho Seung-Hui Delivers his Message

Saturday, April 21, 2007

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The Virginia Tech Massacre: Cho Seung-Hui Delivers his Message

Why did one young man go berserk and kill 34 people?

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Who is Responsible for the Montreal Massacre?

Friday, September 22, 2006

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Who is Responsible for the Montreal Massacre?

As young people become conscious of society, they experience emotional shock. There is no connection between the world they want and the injustice they experience.

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The Myth of Scarcity

Friday, January 1, 1999

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The Myth of Scarcity

The myth of scarcity is used to limit majority access to medical and social services. In reality, society has more than enough resources to meet human needs.

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