Tag Archives: Imperialism

Sweet Micky Hocks Autobiography as Haitian Garment Workers Continue to Fight Exploitation

By las hermanas Cruz Wednesday, May 18th, The Miami Book Fair, Miami Dade College and Imaginart Media Productions will host former Haitian president, Michel Martelly, at the MDC Wolfson campus for a book signing and discussion of Martelly’s new autobiography, … Continue reading

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A few points on electoral politics.

A “corrupted” system? There’s a misconception by Americans that the problem with elected representatives today is that they’re ‘corrupt’ and that the whole political system is corrupt, rigged, and/or broken. The job approval rating for Congress reached an all-time record … Continue reading

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Overcoming Sectarianism in the Construction of a Combative Mass Movement

By Jan Makandal The Crisis of Capitalism: A Particular Conjuncture Capitalism is going through a period of deep crisis in the reproduction of capital. Two types of contradictions are actually affecting capital, compelling it to desperately seek a remedy for … Continue reading

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An Interview with an Organizer for Batay Ouvriye (Workers Struggle)

By One Struggle One Struggle: Can you give me a brief description of what Batay Ouvriye* is and a little bit of the history of it? Batay Ouvriye: Batay Ouvriye is part of a whole current that had roots in … Continue reading

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RRN UPDATE: REQUEST from Batay Ouvriye – CONTINUE THE PRESSURE! CALL GILDAN TODAY.

BO is agitating to demand justice for beaten & fired Premium Apparel worker, Leo Vedél, and asks for your continued solidarity! Workers have been leafleting at Premium Apparel, as well as, all the factories in the area. Gédéon, the manager … Continue reading

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A Brief Definition of Imperialism

By Stephanie McMillan The historical development of capitalism drives inexorably (though not uniformly) toward the concentration of capital. This is expedited by increasing the scale of production, dominating markets, and improving technology. Concentrations of capital form monopolies that can exert … Continue reading

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PANAMAX 2011: Defending America from…We'll Get Back to You on That.

August 28th saw the conclusion of  “the largest multinational training exercise in the world,” with 17+ countries and over 3,000 troops participating in a training operation to prepare against a serious military threat against the Panama Canal. Which begs the … Continue reading

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