Dr. Susan Rosenthal describes the rise of Canada’s public health system during labor’s rebellious postwar period and the corporate profiteering by which it is now being destroyed.
Craig Murray: Sy Hersh & The Way We Live Now
Coverage of the sabotage of the Nordstream pipelines helped Murray realize something important about how the Big Lie works.
An Achievable Necessity
“It is easier to imagine the end of the earth than to imagine the end of capitalism.” Vijay Prashad reflects on the work of the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research in developing a necessary worldview.
FTX Mirrors 18th Century British Financial Scandal
A tradition of loose oversight and regulations has been the hallmark of Anglo-American capitalism, writes Amy Froide.
The Case for Democratic Worker Control
The potential of automation to reduce working hours is inconsistent with the profit motives of capitalist companies, writes Alec Stubbs.
Chris Hedges: The Good Priest
Father Michael Doyle, who died earlier this month at his parish house in Camden, New Jersey, infused his Christianity with his goodness. That goodness showed us what it means to live a life of faith.
Who’s Responsible for Pakistan’s Floodwaters?
It is criminal that the IMF would impose strict austerity when the agricultural infrastructure is utterly destroyed, writes Vijay Prashad. Pakistan is suffering from “climate apartheid.”
In advance of the next U.N. climate change gathering, which takes place in Egypt in November, Vijay Prashad outlines how governments can live up to their “common but differentiated responsibilities” to stave off catastrophe.
Craig Murray: Marx Was Right
The crisis of capitalism is now upon us. There are no palliative measures that will make the situation bearable.
The System Is Causing Food Crisis, Not the War
Small farmers are the world’s primary food providers. Adele says it’s imperative for policymakers to listen to them, not the big corporates.