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Michael Albert: Political and Kinship Vision

Chapter 24 of RPS/2044

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Michael Albert: Elections

This is chapter twenty three of the book RPS/2044: An Oral History of the next American Revolution. RPS/2044 has its own book page, with front matter, reviews, essays, interviews, testimonials and place for user interaction with the interviewees. Mayor Bill Hampton, Celia Curie, Lydia Luxemburg, Bertrand Dellinger, and Malcolm King discuss electoral participation. Bill, what have Read more…

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Michael Albert: Reforms, Revolution, Violence

This is chapter twenty two of the book RPS/2044: An Oral History of the next American Revolution. RPS/2044 has its own book page, with front matter, reviews, essays, interviews, testimonials and place for user interaction with the interviewees. Lydia Luxemburg, Andrej Goldman, Peter Cabral, and Juliet Berkman discuss reforms, revolution, and violence. Lydia, the question of Read more…

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Michael Albert: Leadership, 
Pace, Solidarity

This is chapter twenty one of the book RPS/2044: An Oral History of the next American Revolution. RPS/2044 has its own book page, with front matter, reviews, essays, interviews, testimonials and place for user interaction with the interviewees.   Robin Kunstler, Celia Curie, and Noam Carmichael,  discuss leadership, pace, and solidarity. Robin, one of the contentious Read more…

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Michael Albert: How We Elderly Activists Failed

As young people newly protest, many may wonder why they have to. Why do they suffer school shootings, unbearable student debt, child hunger, racist killings, sexist rapes, surging poverty, deadening war, meaningless and insecure work, rampant profit seeking, pervasive political corruption, and escalating climate catastrophe? Why does health care create opioid scourge? Why does creating Read more…

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Michael Albert: Facebook and Us

Back in 2010 and 2011, not to mention other times, I did some writing about Facebook for the Z audience, and I hoped it would go wider still, and then Z even tried to launch a radical alternative Below I offer three of the articles. They led nowhere. There was no flurry of constructive discussion, Read more…

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Michael Albert: Free Miguel Rodriguez Torres

It isn’t just Miguel Rodriguez Torres’ freedom and life at stake in these events as I am sure he would untiringly emphasize.

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Michael Albert: Class

Chapter twenty of the book RPS/2044: An Oral History of the next American Revolution.

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Michael Albert: Gender and Race

This is chapter nineteen of the book RPS/2044: An Oral History of the next American Revolution. RPS/2044 has its own book page, with front matter, reviews, essays, interviews, testimonials and place for user interaction with the interviewees.   Juliet Berkman, Bill Hampton, Lydia Luxemburg, 
Cynthia Parks, Noam Carmichael, and Peter Cabral discuss 
gender and race. Read more…

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Michael Albert: Defining Ourselves

Various interviewees discuss 
RPS’s second convention and shadow government.


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