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One World or No World. Choose!

Susan Rosenthal The Bullet
COVID-19 is far from over, not because it cannot be stopped but because it cannot be stopped in a profit-driven society. The same can be said for climate change, environmental destruction, pollution, poverty, and war.

A Private Government in Honduras Moves Forward

Beth Geglia and Andrea Nuila NACLA
Hondurans are facing a sudden onslaught of these new jurisdictions, Economic Development and Employment Zones (ZEDEs), which international promoters refer to as “charter cities,” “startup cities,” or “free private cities.”

Indirect Deaths

Andrea Mazzarino TomDispatch
book cover The Massive and Unseen Costs of America’s Post-9/11 Wars at Home and Abroad.

Why 2020 Was the ‘Precarity Election’

Albena Azmanova and Marshall Auerback Economy For All
workers with dangerous machine gears Neither political party has truly addressed the issue of economic security, which is why the country remains a house divided against itself.

Post-Election Reflections on Sinophobia in U.S. Politics

Tobita Chow Organizing Upgrade
Trump speech notes The bulk of our progressive forces are focused on policy at the local or national level, paying much less attention to global dimensions. But the need for an internationalist agenda will tend to become more and more apparent as they grow in power.
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