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  1. Front: Actors of a Beijing opera troupe perform. Back: Drama students of the Lu Xun Academy of Arts (also known as Luyi) rehearse a play in a structure they built themselves.

    The Chinese communist base area of Yan’an was a literal and metaphorical stage for envisioning, experimenting, and building a new society and a new human being.
  2. Who’s middle class?

    Of all classes, the middle class is the one with the most people clamouring to be part of it. Many members of the ruling class prefer the label “middle” to one that makes capitalist dominance so overt. Many workers think that having a middle-income job by default puts them in the middle class. And people who want to downplay the working class’s revolutionary potential prefer to say,
  3. Blurry photo of U.S. president Joe Biden giving a speech. Washington contemplates as its capacity for geopolitical power and symbolic authority continues to deteriorate.

    The controversy began when U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, Brian Nichols, made a statement on Colombian television channel NTN24 earlier in the month, saying that Nicaragua, Cuba and Venezuela were not welcome at the Summit, since these countries “do not adhere to the Democratic Charter of the Americas.”
  4. Pentagon-Funded Think Tank Simulates War With China On NBC

    NBC’s 'Meet the Press' just aired an absolutely freakish segment in which the influential narrative management firm Center for a New American Security (CNAS) ran war games simulating a direct US hot war with China.
  5. Выступление Алексея Пряхина 3 мая 2022 года на совместном семинаре Российского социального форума и Конгресса работников образования и науки "Профсоюзное движение и трудовое законодательство"

    The problem of precarious employment, non-standard labor relations concerns today an increasing number of employees. 
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