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  1. Scott Ferguson and Billy Saas speak with New Yorker writer Nick Romeo about his exciting new book, The Alternative: How to Build a Just Economy, released in January 2024 with Public Affairs. Romeo’s The Alternative rebukes Margaret Thatcher’s infamous axiom that “there is no alternative” to neoliberal capitalism. In doing so, the book inventories the most promising experiments in radical economic democracy underway across the world today.
  2. People Centered Human Rights and the Black Radical Tradition

    The West’s fiction of “human rights” has been weaponized by neoliberals to rationalize naked imperialist interventions. But if human rights are to have any relevance for the oppressed, they must be “de-colonized” and given meaning by the oppressed themselves: a People(s)-Centered Human Rights (PCHR).
  3. “Letter to the People for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean”

    From February 22 to 24, 4,000 people from more than 20 countries gathered in Foz do Iguaçu for the Conference on the Integration of Latin American and Caribbean Peoples
  4. Lenin speaking in Moscow039;s Red Square on May Day, 1919

    NICK MATTHEWS looks at the great Bolshevik leader’s intense three-week period of furious study in the British Library in 1908 and the timeless classic on Marxism and philosophy it produced: Materialism and Empirio-Criticism.
  5. Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador waving the flag of Mexico. Photo from Wikimedia Commons.

    Ottawa has often criticized measures that would limit the ability of Canadian companies to profit from Mexico’s resource wealth.

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