Category: Reimagining Society

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Lawrence Wittner: Could the climate crisis be “The Good News of Damnation”?

The climate crisis, like the prospect of nuclear annihilation, really is “the good news of damnation.”  And we can only overcome it by working together

Angel Prado: The New Society Will Emerge in the Commune

A grassroots leader talks about the commune as a means to transform the society and the economy from the ground up

Matthew Hoffmann: Why action on climate change gets stuck and what to do about it

Why Incremental Change won’t solve the Climate Crisis

Ipek S. Burnett: MLK and the Ghost of an Untrue Dream

King’s dream of economic justice and equality required America’s power structures to change

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Marco Rosaire Rossi: Chicago’s little-known experiment in radical democracy

In the 1970s, Chicago’s 44th Ward was placed under direct democratic control of its residents, challenging the corrupt mayor’s near-total control over the city

Evan Neuhausen: “A Project for Life” in Mexico City

A housing movement on the fringes of Mexico City offers an example of the fruits of breaking with the clientelism that has long dominated Mexican politics to build autonomous alternatives in its communities

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Richard Falk: From a Dysfunctional World Order to a Sustainable Future

What is altogether missing are credible sources of revolutionary energy guided by such a vision of a necessary and desirable future, which would imply a rejection of autocratic governance of sovereign states and apartheid geopolitical regimes

Mike Ludwig: 2019 Will Be Remembered for Global Resistance

Popular uprisings challenged governments across the world

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Kevin Zeese: We Are The Majority; We Must Turn That Into Power

The next decade will be ripe with opportunities for transformational change due to a combination of expanding popular movements as well as escalating crisis situations

Pete Dolack: Never have so many governments done so little for so many

An economic system geared toward nothing but massive profits for a tiny percentage of people and based on ruthless competition and exploitation, in which corporations can shift the costs of their behavior onto the public and the environment, can’t save us

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