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Death at Howard Industries

Joe Atkins Labor South
A company showered by media love and political largesse despite its horrible record.

Amazon Pullout

Natasha Lennard The Intercept
This Shows What Anti-Capitalist Organizing and Leftist Politicians Can Do

For American Corporations, Winning Is Not Enough

Lauren Carasik Boston Review
SLAPPs (Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation) are not new. What is relatively new is the decision by companies to ramp up the potential impact of their cases by bringing charges under the federal racketeering statute called RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act), a law which facilitates suits against sprawling criminal enterprises.

Research for the Resistance: Map the Power Takes Off!

Molly Gott LittleSis
With this in mind, we started our #MapThePower project with the belief that hundreds of these people could be trained to become movement researchers, volunteers who can respond to the research needs of grassroots organizations.

When Capitalists Go on Strike

Kevin Young, Tarun Banerjee, & Michael Schwartz Jacobin
Government officials know this power (capital strike) well, and invest great energy and public resources in staving off fits by malcontent capitalists. The profoundly rotten campaign finance system is just one manifestation of business’s domination over government policy. The real power resides in the corporate world’s monopoly over the flow of capital.

Summer Reading About What Ails America and How to Fix It

Peter Dreier Huff Post Politics
Many folks want to spend their vacations just chilling rather than thinking about the problems at work, at home, and in the world. But if you're interested in figuring out the roots of our current economic, social and political crisis, what it will take to fix it, and how you can be part of the solution, here's a list of 15 recent books you might want to take with you.
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