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The GOP: Worker's Party or Party of the White Republic?

Bill Fletcher, Jr. The Bias Magazine: The Voice of the Christian Left
The Republican Party is a "working class party" now, according to its nationalist wing. But a deeper look at its pro-worker rhetoric reveals a longstanding trope of the "white worker" against invader populations.

Chile is Reborn by a (Political) Earthquake that Emerged from the Streets

Patricio Zamorano Council on Hemispheric Affairs
What happened on May 15-16 in Chile has the air of the refounding of an entire nation. It means the end of traditional party politics and the establishment of collectives focused on the environment, gender equality, on local issues and other sectors.

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.”

The Marketisation of Truth

Marcus Gilroy-Ware Red Pepper
The marketisation of everything normalised the very real possibility that behind every communication, every representation, every action within any public sphere, was an undisclosed agenda of private gain.

The Biden Presidency: A New Era, or a Fragile Interregnum?

Walden Bello Foreign Policy In Focus
Owing to the erosion of the credibility of globalization and neoliberalism, the return to orthodox centrism is not likely to hold. It will serve as a short-lived interregnum amidst deepening polarization. Now is the time for the left to act.
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