Category: Reimagining Society

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Michael Albert: Socialism: Community and Culture

This is the seventeenth essay in a multipart series addressing the surge in interest in and support for socialism, what the surge means, what it seeks or will seek, where it might extend, and how it might unfold

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John Bellamy Foster: A Green New Deal Is the First Step Toward an Eco-Revolution

A professor of sociology at the University of Oregon, John Bellamy Foster is also the editor of the socialist magazine Monthly Review. He has written widely on capitalism, Marxism and ecological crises. In this interview, Foster discusses why a Green New Deal is just an entry point to an ecological revolution, and why any economic-social Read more…

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Michael Albert: Socialism: The Polity

This is the sixteenth essay in a multipart series addressing the surge in interest in and support for socialism, what the surge means, what it seeks or will seek, where it might extend, and how it might unfold

John Jordan: For the love of winning: an open letter to Extinction Rebellion

An activist from the ZAD writes to Extinction Rebellion about victories and defeats, about winning and how it often is not what we thought it would be

Anna Pigott: Extinction Rebellion’s “regenerative culture”

Behind the eye-catching arrest tactics, XR’s culture of conversation, care, crew and eschewing celebrity could be just as transformative

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George Monbiot: Climate Emergency & the Need for Rebellion

“Only rebellion will prevent an ecological apocalypse.”

Wretched of The Earth: An open letter to Extinction Rebellion

“The fight for climate justice is the fight of our lives, and we need to do it right.”

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Michael Albert: Socialism: Some Strategic Implications

This is the fifteenth essay in a multipart series addressing the surge in interest in and support for socialism, what the surge means, what it seeks or will seek, where it might extend, and how it might unfold

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Michael Albert: Judging Participatory Socialism

This is the fourteenth (and longest) essay in a multipart series addressing the surge in interest in and support for socialism, what the surge means, what it seeks or will seek, where it might extend, and how it might unfold

Matt Stannard: Symbiosis is Different

Why this Revolutionary Network Could Change Anti-Capitalist Politics

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