John Malkin interviews Chris Hedges about the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the Occupy movement, Hedges recent book and more.
Susan George looks back at her four decades of scholarship to explain what led her to write her different books, how it formed her vision of power and the best ways to challenge the Davos class in order to deliver a more just world
Taylan Tosun interviews Rasmus about his forthcoming book, Transitions to Global Depression.
An interview with David Wagner on poverty, homelessness, activism, and social welfare
Daniel Burton-Rose interviews Staughton and Alice Lynd
An interview with Manning Marable on “Being Left.” Socialism lost its way largely when it became decoupled from the processes of democracy. My vision of a just society is one that is democratic, that allows people’s voices to be heard, where the people actually govern.”
An interview with Barbara Ehrenreich by South End Press on “Being Left”: …”you don’t know what you are doing all the time, you don’t know what kind of effect your actions are having, but you know that if you keep flipping marbles at a big crowd of marbles, eventually, bit by bit, they all might start moving.”
A memoir focusing on what influences led to becoming active. Part of the Being Left Series published in Z Magazine in 1998
David Barsamian interviews Winona La Duke on “Being Left”: “They talk about the fact that what occurred in the Great Plains in terms of the whole rise and fall of the farming culture there is the result of the largest economic and ecological miscalculation in American history. What America has done to the Great Plains is what America has done to the continent.”
An interview with Abdulla al-Arian