Hope in the Age of Looming Authoritarianism
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Fracking and the New War on Air Pollution in Los Angeles
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As the nation faces a continued and massive gap between the haves and the have-nots, we listen to some different voices and observations about where organized labor is, and where it might be headed.
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There is no single issue more frustrating to the cause of progress than the relative struggle the left has organizing voters and getting them to the polls.
Acting legend Kirk Douglas turned 90 over the weekend and issued this birthday essay to commemorate the occasion, calling on the next generation to at least try to solve the world’s problems. (h/t: Largest Minority)
The veteran social activist writes a new preface to the manifesto that helped shape a generation’s views on racial equality, participatory democracy and the military industrial complex.
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