Category: Reimagining Society

Pablo Abufom: Chile: rewriting the constitution

Same Elites Who Caused Social Crisis Can’t Be Trusted to Write New Constitution

Rob Urie: Political Possibilities

Given the nature of neoliberal recessions, the U.S. is but one recession away from wholesale economic and political rebellion. And that recession is on the way. The value of left analysis is that it opens the range of political possibilities

Gilbert Achcar: More than just a “Spring”

The Arab region’s long-term revolution

Dave Holmes: ‘The most progressive and democratic system in the history of the Middle East’

The Rojava Revolution represents the high-point of the Syrian Revolution and points the way forward for a new Syria — grassroots democracy, decentralisation and federalism; feminism; and ethnic and religious pluralism

Jason Koslowski: Power to disrupt: limits and possibilities of campus sit-ins

What role can sit-ins play in building radical, bottom-up class power on college campuses in the US? Four recent examples to draw lessons for revolutionary campus struggle

Zuleima Vergel: Democratize the Land, Empower the People

A campesino organization calls for a new way of doing politics, inspired by Chavez

Medea Benjamin: Neoliberalism’s children rise up to demand justice in Chile and the world

Chile may be leading the way to a global political and economic revolution.

Boaventura de Sousa Santos: Seeing Horizons in the Clotheslines

We are at this juncture where the small, detailed horizon of hanging our clothes to dry needs to be articulated with the broader horizon of the social, economic, political, and cultural meteorology of our time

Christine Berry: Thatcher had a battle plan for her economic revolution

Now the left needs one too

Ricardo Vaz: Strike at the Helm at Seven

Seven years ago, Chávez delivered his final major speech, laying out his vision of Venezuela’s socialist transition

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