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In this excerpt from Hara Hotel, Teresa Thornhill watches the refugee crisis unfold, and considers her own obligation to support refugees as they reach European shores.
Refugees seeking asylum are confined to so-called 'prison islands' by Greek law, but the policy suits Brussels, writes Teresa Thornhill.
"We were against the regime but not against socialism — we did not demand more socialism but a radically different socialism."
In this excerpt from her memoirs, activist and writer Yvonne Kapp reflects on the decade-long research and writing of her definitive biography of Eleanor Marx.
Jeremy Milloy discusses workplace violence of the 1960s-1980s as a matter of politics and economics with hosts Betsy Beasley and David Stein.
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Peter Hallward examines political mobilizations among Haiti's popular classes in the years between the US-backed 2004 coup and the first presidential elections that followed, in 2006 — and the violent repression that met them.
In this extract from Alt-America, David Neiwert looks back at the early days of the Trump presidency and the lies and authoritarian tactics that underpin it.