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by Mike Constable | August 29, 2014

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Bullet #1028: (part 2) South Africa and the Changing Politics of Labour

by Leonard Gentle | August 29, 2014

NUMSA has always been the left critic within COSATU. Its roots lay in the traditions of independent socialism of FOSATU and MAWU, which precede the formation of COSATU -- a tradition to the left of the SACP and long castigated as 'workerism' by the SACP and the ANC in the 1980s.

What's New: Ukraine Independence Day Celebration in Toronto Includes Fundraising for War and Fascism

by Roger Annis | August 28, 2014

The infamous fascist paramilitary organization in Ukraine known as Right Sector has established a branch in Canada and was present and fundraising for military equipment at the annual Ukraine Independence Day celebration in Toronto on August 23. The group's efforts that day were featured in CBC and Radio Canada national television news broadcasts.

What's New: The Popular Front: Rethinking CPUSA History

by Charlie Post | August 28, 2014

The Communist Party of the United States was the largest and most influential radical organization active in the tumultuous labor and social struggles of the 1930s and 1940s. While never a mass party by the standards of the French or Italian CPs, the U.S. CP had a real and significant impact on the mass struggles of industrial workers, the unemployed and African Americans before the anticommunist witch-hunts of the late 1940s and 1950s.

What's New: The Class Politics of Pipeline Resistance

by Umair Muhammad | August 27, 2014

The Jane-Finch community is among the many neighbourhoods in Toronto that Enbridge's Line 9 runs through. Standing at the geographical margins of the city, Jane-Finch is a low-income, racialized community that faces many challenges, including chronic unemployment and underemployment, targeted policing, and substandard housing.

Bullet #1027: South Africa and the Changing Politics of Labour

by Leonard Gentle | August 27, 2014

The two biggest signifiers of the state of the labour movement in South Africa in 2014 are, on the one hand, a terminal crisis within what is still, formally, the biggest trade union centre -- the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), aligned to the ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC), and, on the other, the emergence of new workplace militancies by workers, notably the national strike wave in the second half of 2013.

What's New: Prospects for an antiwar/solidarity movement in Russia

by Roger Annis | August 26, 2014

In an article published on Left-East on Aug. 10, the Russian writer Ilya Budraitskis laments "there is no antiwar movement in Russia." His article is a rather bleak, despairing outlook on the prospects of organizing against "war" in the border regions between Ukraine and Russia. He titles his article 'Hope in a hopeless place'.

Bullet #1026: New Paths Require a New Culture on the Left

by Marta Harnecker | August 26, 2014

I completed this book one month after the physical disappearance of President Hugo Chávez, without whose intervention in Latin America this book could not have been written. Many of the ideas I raise in it are related in one way or another to the Bolivarian leader, to his ideas and actions, within Venezuela and at the regional and global level.

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What You Gonna Do, Kill Us All? August 13, 2014

Hope in a Hopeless Place August 13, 2014

A Missouri city erupts against police murder August 13, 2014

Andrea Howath Admits Elements Of Ontario NDP Platform Alienated Labour August 13, 2014

After Imperial Mines disaster, time to question business as usual August 13, 2014

Hundreds of Thousands March in 'Day of Rage' Against Israel August 13, 2014

Canadian grassroots actions for Gaza pave way for change of consciousness August 13, 2014

Sid Ryan speaking at Protest for Gaza August 13, 2014

Gaza and the Silence of Mainstream African-American NGO's and Churches August 12, 2014

Tariq Ali tells the BBC why there is so much anger about its biased Gaza reporting August 12, 2014

Reflections on the Maidan and Pro-Autonomy Political Movements in Ukraine August 12, 2014

Largest Pro-Gaza Protest In History Just Reached 150,000 August 12, 2014

Catastrophic Tailings Spill at Mount Polley Mine August 12, 2014

Understaffing, deregulation to blame for Mount Polley tailings pond disaster August 12, 2014

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Neoliberalism and the Far Right
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