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Gabriel Kuhn: Straight Edge Developed Into a Culture of Its Own, and It’s Here to Stay

An interview with prolific writer Gabriel Kuhn on his long-standing interest in straight edge subculture and hardcore music. By DIY Conspiracy Oct 17, 2021 Gabriel Kuhn is an Austrian-born writer, translator and union activist living in Sweden. He has published widely in English and German since the…

Molecules and Vectors

Noel Ignatiev’s radical commitments Acceptable Men: Life in the Largest Steel Mill in the World by Noel Ignatiev. Charles H. Kerr, 121 pages. Read Noel Ignatiev’s life story as history: a chronicle of capitalism and industrial decline, of work and labor organization, of the composition of class…

Alvaro Zinos-Amaro Reviews Dangerous Visions and New Worlds in Locus Magazine

By Alvaro Zinos-Amaro Locus Magazine October 13th, 2021 Dangerous Visions and New Worlds: Radical Science Fiction, 1950 to 1985, Andrew Nette & Iain McIntyre, eds. (PM Press 978-1629639321, $59.95, 224pp, hc) October 2021. The Melbourne-based duo of writers/editors Andrew Nette & Iain McIntyre follo…

‘Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry’ on Latino Rebels

By Karina Muñiz-PagĂĄn Latino Rebels October 14th, 2021 Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry is an insightful read at a time when words like “asylum” and “refugee” appear in the mainstream news and as a tactic of disinformation to fuel political power. What are the…

China’s winding road toward capitalism

By Systemic Disorder October 12th, 2021 There is perhaps no bigger controversy among partisans of the Left than the nature of China and its economy. Is it socialist? Capitalist? State capitalist? A hybrid? That so much debate swirls around this issue is its own proof that the question doesn’t have…

Julian Assange’s Father, John Shipton, on the U.S. Government’s ‘Scandalous’ Plan to ‘Murder’ His Son

By Lee Camp Scheerpost October 12th, 2021 One of the biggest moments in Julian Assange’s trial is slated to happen next month, when the embattled and imprisoned WikiLeaks founder’s final extradition hearing is held in Great Britain. And as host Lee Camp points out before introducing his guest in…

Microcosms of Mayhem & Humanity: Destroying Black & Brown Lives for High-Rises in the Nation’s Capital

Amidst all the confusion, one thing is clear: the city has done a terrible job on outreach and ensuring that those who need permanent housing have access to it. By Eleanor Goldfield Mint Press News October 11th, 2021 ADAMS MORGAN PLAZA, WASHINGTON — “Where that McDonald’s is right now,” he…

Rolling Stones drop Brown Sugar from US tour set list

BBC The Rolling Stones have dropped Brown Sugar, one of their biggest hits, from their US tour. It follows unease with the depictions of black women and references to slavery in the song, which reached number one in the US in 1971. The band’s veteran guitarist Keith Richards confirmed the decision…

Muse Sick Reviewed in The Wire

By Jesse Locke The Wire October 2021 Ian Brennan walks the walk to back up the talk. In his work a a producer, he has traveled to far-flung locals to capture the raw sounds of musicians such as the Zomba Prison Project, Tanzania Albinism Collective, and Khmer Rouge Survivors. Alongside these dogged…

Starred Review of Nazaré in Foreword

By Michelle Anne Schingler Foreword Reviews November/December In JJ Amaworo Wilson’s vibrant novel NazarĂ©, a tyrannical regime meets its match in a compassionate teenager who seems to command the waves. For four generations, the vicious men of the Matanza family have ruled Balaal, sowing fear to…

WORD Presents: Ian Brennan + Michelle Cruz Gonzales

About the Book Popular culture has woven itself into the social fabric of our lives, penetrating people’s homes and haunting their psyche through images and earworm hooks. Justice, at most levels, is something that the average citizen might have little influence upon leaving us feeling helpless an…

Marx and Feminism

Photograph Source: david__jones – CC BY 2.0 By Eve Ottenberg Counterpunch October, 8th, 2021 Genius that he was, Marx still was only human. His theories have lots of shortcomings that reflect his era. For instance, despite his disquisition on soil depletion due to capitalist agriculture, he did no…

A conversation with james kelman

PM: GOD’S TEETH AND OTHER PHENOMENA is the story of a writer, Jack Proctor, unravelling as he is forced to stop his own work to coach others at an elite residency, the book is uproariously funny and a profound critique of the state of contemporary literature. I found myself laughing out loud readi…

The Women Were Always In On It

By Mitch Troutman The subtitle “The Pennsylvania Miners Who Seized an Industry” might lead you to believe that The Bootleg Coal Rebellion it is all about men. That’s not true. When I say “bootleg miners” I am including women, because they did work the bootleg coal holes, above ground and b…

Erin McElroy on Counterpoints; PLUS Mitch Jeserich on Congress, and Dr. John Swartzberg on COVID

By KPFA’s Upfront September 27th, 2021 0:08 Mitch Jeserich on the infrastructure / reconciliation / debt ceiling showdowns playing out in Congress this week 0:34 Dr. John Swartzberg, clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health, on CDC Director Roch…

Are You Committed to Fighting or Winning?

Because there is a difference and it matters By James Munn September 22nd, 2021 Community organizers love the fight. Battle scars are worn with pride, and our identities as fighters are forged with care. The stories we tell each other at the bar or across the campfire brim with extraordinary tension…

10 days makes the difference

Monthly Review author David Gilbert, a valued member of the Monthly Review community, imprisoned in New York State for forty years for having been the unarmed getaway driver in a robbery with tragic consequences, had his sentence commuted, referring him to the New York State Board of Parole “for p…

Politics & Prose Live! Ian Brennan | MUSE SICK with Judith Heumann

Politics & Prose September 25th, 2021 Grammy-winning music producer, Ian Brennan’s seventh book, Muse Sick: a music manifesto in fifty-nine notes, acts as a primer on how mass production and commercialization have corrupted the arts. Broken down into a series of core points and actions plans, Muse…

Jeremy Brecher— on Revolution Z: Life After Capitalism

By Michael Albert Episode 141 of RevolutionZ explores issues of generating and maintaining effective social movements with Jeremy Brecher. Common Preservation: In a Time of Mutual Destruction Adblock test (Why?)

From Mutual Destruction to Common Preservation

By Todd E. Vachon LEARN Introduction: A Better Tomorrow The coming year, 2022 will mark the 75th anniversary of the labor education program at Rutgers University. While historical records indicate labor education offerings dating back to at least 1931, it was on June 19, 1947, that New Jersey Govern…

Focus On The Day The Klan Came To Town

By SmallPressExpo September 19th, 2021 This is a special spotlight on The Day The Klan Came To Town, a powerful work of historical fiction. It’s based on the real events in 1923 when the KKK came to a small Pennsylvania town to make an example of its largely Jewish and Catholic populations, and ho…

Christie’s to sell NFT of white man being sold as slave

By Jon Levine NY Post September 25th, 2021 A non-fungible token featuring a white man being auctioned as a slave will be sold at Christie’s — for a price that could reach millions — in New York City next week. “It was immediately clear it would be a major artwork both for its contemporary an…

The importance of workers’ self organisation

By Gabriel Kuhn AngryWorkers, Class Power on Zero-Hours, AngryWorkers 2020 It has become common to juxtapose a neoliberal ‘cosmopolitan’ left to a traditional ‘working-class’ left. This captures troublesome developments within the left, but the choice of words doesn’t seem ideal. After all…

A Radical Project: Stories of the Underground

Mapping the diverse world of resistance Hello, I am Jason Bayless. I started the website A Radical Guide,  a site that offers listings of historical and current locations, people, and places of interest highlighting the diverse world of resistance that is focused on creating a better world for all…

Long-buried history: Bootleg coal mining in Depression era chronicled in new book by area native

Feature in The Republican Herald More about the book: Told with great intimacy and compassion, The Bootleg Coal Rebellion uncovers a long-buried history of resistance and resilience among depression-era miners in Pennsylvania, who sunk their own mines on company grounds and fought police, bankers, c…


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