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The Resurgence of the Leftist Public Intellectual
Ph.D. in Philosophy and Documentary Film Producer
What does critical theory tell us about the future of social struggles? Remzig Keucheyan's
The Left Hemisphere: Mapping Critical Theory Today
is wise to point to the central role that ecology and the ever-growing ecological crisis will play as a site of social antagonism and political conflict.
Has the Left Surrendered?
Richard (RJ) Eskow
Host, The Zero Hour; Sr. Fellow, Campaign for America's Future
Reed's essay, "Nothing Left: The Long, Slow Surrender of American Liberals," has a blunt message which might be summarized as follows: The fault, dear liberals, lies not in our political stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings.
7 Reasons Why the Labor Movement Has Stalled
David Macaray is a playwright and author ("How to Win Friends ...
While there still seems to be strong and genuine "pro-worker" sentiment throughout the country, there's little codified social/political activism to go along with it.
U.S. Intervention in Bolivia
Professor of Politics and Chair of Mid-Eastern Studies, Univer...
The alleged support by the United States... of the violent uprising in eastern Bolivia has led U.S. Ambassador Philip Goldberg's expulsion from La Paz.
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