Category: Reimagining Society

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Federico Fuentes: Who are Venezuela’s colectivos?

Demonised by the international media and targeted by the opposition, the colectivos have become a symbol of scorn for President Nicolas Maduro’s opponents

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Michael Albert: Socialism: The Property Problem

This is the sixth in a multipart series addressing the surge in interest in and support for Socialism

Luka Mesec: Building the Slovenian Left

Successes and challenges in Eastern Europe’s most promising New Left project

Indhira Libertad Rodriguez: Socialism Has to Be Feminist or It Won’t Be Emancipatory

Interview on how feminism intersects with the anti-imperialist and anticapitalist struggles

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Michael Albert: Socialism: Disputing Pie Slices

Our real question should be is there a whole good society, a whole socialism if you will, that our equitable income can be a workable and effective part of?

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Michael Albert: Socialism: Dividing Society’s Pie

A worthy economic vision should give income for how long one works, for how hard one works, and for the onerousness of the conditions under which one works, as long as one is producing something that is socially valued

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Michael Albert: Socialism: Ethically Judging Current Societies

This is the third in a multipart series addressing the surge in interest in and support for Socialism

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Michael Albert: Socialism: Ethical Foundations

This is the second in a multipart series addressing the surge in interest in and support for Socialism

Isaac Kneebone-Hopkins: Let’s harness the power of political education

We are organising Bristol Transformed to help build a the thriving political education network this country so desperately needs

Local Futures: The insanity of global trade

The way trade works in the global economy is absurd. It hurts small farmers, increases emissions and lines corporate pockets. But we can stop it

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