Category: Reimagining Society
Bringing together weak unions and weak social movements isn’t enough. We need a new kind of socialist party
Albert and Bohmer on Our Revolution: Shouldn’t consistent Sanders supporters, progressives, and leftists of all kinds forego destructive recriminations and instead constructively pursue the political revolution Sanders has proposed all along?
Now that the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia has ended with Hillary Clinton as the party’s nominee, Bernie Sanders’ campaign for “political revolution” moves to its next phase. Everyone who supported Labor for Bernie is very proud of the of the unprecedented grassroots effort to rally rank-and-file members on his behalf. A network of tens Read more…
The Zapatista insurgency has opened up space for a wide range of alternative ways of re-organizing societies, economies, and food systems
“Any movement for real transformation must make the demands of women central,” argues Meredith Tax in her book on the Kurdish women’s struggle.
Ideally “Our Revolution” would emerge from well organized neighborhoods and workplaces proposing wonderful structure and program
Maduro’s closest economic advisor interviewed at length by Michael Albert
The ‘new politics’ Jeremy Corbyn proclaims must be an explicit agenda of institutional change, not simply a change of style
Earlier this year, a collection of papers was published under the title of Building Global Labor Solidarity in a Time of Accelerating Globalization (Scipes, ed., 2016). It was a strong effort by seven labor activists and scholars from different parts of the world to think out how workers today can support each other globally; initially Read more…
Creating a real democracy is about more than winning elections. It’s about changing how politics is done from below, starting with our daily lives, in our homes, neighbourhoods and cities