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A Nation of Snitches
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All totalitarian systems, including our own, rely on informants to keep the people afraid and under control. We will not be free of corporate tyranny until the network of snitches—in the government and on the streets—is banished.

The Post-Constitutional Era
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The Supreme Court’s refusal to hear our challenge to the law that lets the military indefinitely imprison U.S. citizens is another example of the transformation of the judiciary into an enemy of the Constitution.

Chris Hedges Debates the Black Bloc

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In his article “The Cancer in Occupy” posted on Truthdig in February, Chris Hedges criticized Black Bloc activists, saying their use of violence in the streets would alienate the Occupy movement from mainstream Americans and legitimize the use of police violence in the eyes of the public Black Bloc supporter Brian Traven debated him in New York City last weekcom/report/item/the_cancer_of_occupy_20120206/" title="The Cancer in Occupy">The Cancer in Occupy” posted on Truthdig in February, Chris Hedges criticized Black Bloc activists Last week, Black Bloc supporter Brian Traven debated him in New York City.

Northern Light
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Those of us who care about a civil society, and who abhor violence, should begin to replicate what is happening in Quebec. Their fight is our fight.

More From Chris Hedges on Black Bloc

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With his column “The Cancer in Occupy,” published earlier this week at Truthdig, Chris Hedges angered many on the radical left with his harsh criticism of the Black Bloc anarchists. Truthout’s J.A. Myerson, an activist and journalist involved in OWS since the occupation’s earliest days, got hold of Hedges by phone to press the issue.

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