Since the Mexican debt crisis, 30 years of neoliberalism

Thumbnail image for Since the Mexican debt crisis, 30 years of neoliberalism by Jerome Roos August 22, 2012 Development & Dependency

Mexico’s collapse of 1982, and the extreme response of the US and IMF, marked the birth of an elite consensus that continues to haunt Europe today.

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Je me souviens: I’ll remember the Quebec student strike

Thumbnail image for Je me souviens: I’ll remember the Quebec student strike by Nadim Fetaih August 18, 2012 People & Power

I will remember all that happened here; I will remember what we are capable of; I will learn from past mistakes; and I will push for a better future.

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A Tale of Two Revolutions: a documentary on Egypt

Thumbnail image for A Tale of Two Revolutions: a documentary on Egypt by Nadim Fetaih August 18, 2012 People & Power

To finish his film on the Egyptian revolution, and how it inspired a global youth uprising from Madrid and Athens to New York, Nadim needs your help.

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Indignados: re-asserting the human right to dream

Thumbnail image for Indignados: re-asserting the human right to dream by Marta Sánchez August 16, 2012 People & Power

This struggle is not about being granted rights by government; it is an uprising in which people determine and exercise their rights for themselves.

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After capitalism: Holloway on the anti-worlds of struggle

Thumbnail image for After capitalism: Holloway on the anti-worlds of struggle by Jerome Roos August 15, 2012 Intellectuals & Ideology

To find the world that could exist after capitalism, we must look to the worlds already being created in the countless cracks of capitalist domination.

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Graeber on Bloomberg: Debt, Greece and Occupy

Thumbnail image for Graeber on Bloomberg: Debt, Greece and Occupy by Jerome Roos August 13, 2012 Intellectuals & Ideology

What is the true nature of money? Why is debt considered such a moral issue? And do we truly live in a democracy? Anthropologist David Graeber reflects.

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Spanish workers expropriate food from supermarkets

Thumbnail image for Spanish workers expropriate food from supermarkets by Carlos Delclós August 11, 2012 News

Members of the Andalusian fieldworkers’ union expropriate cartloads full of food from Carrefour and Mercadona, and give it to the austerity-stricken poor.

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The age of rage: welcome to the world revolution

Thumbnail image for The age of rage: welcome to the world revolution by Andrew Marshall August 10, 2012 People & Power

What the elite few have long feared, has finally transpired: conscious citizens have begun to rise up around the world. The Age of Rage has begun.

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Indignados: austerity as a violation of human rights

Thumbnail image for Indignados: austerity as a violation of human rights by Marta Sánchez August 7, 2012 Capitalism & Crisis

By drawing attention to the systematic violation of human rights, 15-M has helped to shine a light on the illegitimacy of the financial structure.

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Homer Simpson and the communism of capital

Thumbnail image for Homer Simpson and the communism of capital by Carlos Delclós August 4, 2012 Culture & Critique

The task of the capitalist firm today is an ambivalent one: to reify the institution of private property while pretending to “create a better world”.

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