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  1. Gabriel, Mary: Love and Capital 
    Karl and Jenny Marx and the Birth of a Revolution

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2011
    A biography of Karl and Jenny Marx.
  2. Gadant, Monique (ed.): Women of the Mediterranean
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1986
    The Mediterranean as a historical and cultural entity is the starting point of the women who have contributed to this book- not for them a division into European and Arab women. Instead they stress the probelms and experiences that bring them together, which being aware of the diverse experiences of women in different Mediterranean countries. The contributions in this book, with its highly original perspective, provide a bridge between Western and Third World women.
  3. Gadney, Reg: Cry Hungary! Uprising 1956
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1986
    An account of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
  4. Gaffney, A. W.: How Class Kills
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    A recent study showing rising mortality rates among middle-aged whites drives home the lethality of class inequality.
  5. Gahlinger-Beaune, Rosemary: Not for Profit, You Say!
    An Operations Manual for Non-profit Organizations

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
    Aa reference book on the management and operation of non-profit organizations.
  6. Gaist, Thomas: CIA planned rendition operation to kidnap Edward Snowden
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) prepared to kidnap Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who exposed illegal and unconstitutional mass spying by the National Security Agency (NSA), documents obtained by the Danish media outlet Denfri show.
  7. Gakou, Mohamed Lamine: The Crisis in African Agriculture
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
    Why is Africa no longer able to feed itself? Lamine Gokou poses this question against a background of meticulous evidence charting the dimensions of the Continent's agricultural decline. He shows what has happened to overall food production, grain output, and levels of nutrition. He argues that the solution to Africa's food crisis must be primarily political. Technical measures can only work once African peoples have taken control of their own societies.
  8. Galeano, Eduardo: Children of the Days: A Calendar of Human History
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2012
    The days of human history.
  9. Galeano, Eduardo: Cuba Makes Me Hurt
    Against The Current vol. 105

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2003
    The jail sentences and executions in Cuba are very good news for the global superpower, which has been going crazy trying to cough up that bone stuck in its throat. But they are very bad news, sad and painful news, for those of us who think that the courage shown by this tiny country, so capable of greatness, is admirable, but who also think that justice and freedom march hand in hand or not at all.
  10. Galeano, Eduardo: Memory of Fire: Genesis 
    Part One of a Triology

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1985
    A meditation on the clashes between the Old World and the New, and an an attempt "to rescue the kidnapped memory of all America." A fierce, impassioned, and kaleidoscopic historical experience that takes us from the creation myths of the Makiritare Indians of the Yukatan to Columbus's first joyous moments in the New World to the English capture of New York.
  11. Galeano, Eduardo: Memory of Fire: Faces & Masks 
    Part Two of a Trilogy

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1984   Published: 1998
    A view of the 'New World' in the making, from the 1700s to the end of the nineteenth century.
  12. Galeano, Eduardo: Memory of Fire: Century of the Wind 
    Part Three of a Trilogy

    Resource Type: Book
  13. Galeano, Eduardo: Mirrors 
    Stories of Almost Everyone

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2009
    Open any history book and you'll learn about revolutionary leaders, decorated generals, genius scientists and passionate artists. What about the leaders’ assistants? The loyal soldiers? The helpful lab assistants and the inspirations for great art? History books are so filled with greatness that the stories of the people are often neglected. Mirrors resolves this issue. Mirrors is a mosaic of humanity.
  14. Galeano, Eduardo: Open Veins of Latin America 
    Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971   Published: 1973
    A political economy, a social and cultural narrative, and a powerful description of primitive capital accumulation.
  15. Galeano, Eduardo: Upside Down
    A primer for the looking-glass world

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2000   Published: 2001
    In a series of mock lesson plans and a "program of study" Galeano provides an eloquent, passionate, funny and shocking exposé of First World privileges and assumptions.
  16. Galeano, Eduardo: The World Cup and the Corporatization of Soccer
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Huge global sporting contests, their boosters promise, will transform the nature of the host country. The billions South Africa poured into hosting the World Cup were touted by some as a form of development. The result? The month-long euphoria of the contests was followed by the hangover of dealing with an expensive unused or underused stadium infrastructure scattered across that developing country. Host countries pay FIFA for the privilege of hosting the competition, then foot the bill for most of the tournament, while FIFA takes most of the revenues.
  17. Galindo-Doucette, Evelyn: Inside El Salvador's Military Blacklist
    The Yellow Book

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The Yellow Book (Libro amarillo) is a 270 page document from 1987 that the National Security Archive in Washington DC made public on September 28th, 2014. The Yellow Book includes 1,975 photographs that the Salvadoran Armed Forces and the State Department of Intelligence of El Salvador used to catalogue people as “terrorists” and “enemies” of the state. The Yellow Book is the only military document that has been made public to this day.
  18. Galizia,Matthew Caruana;Cabra,Mar;Williams,Margot;Díaz-Struck,Emilia;Rudder,Hamish Boland: Explore the Documents: Luxembourg Leaks Database
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    ICIJ's Luxembourg Leaks investigation is based on a confidential cache of secret tax agreements approved by Luxembourg authorities, that provide tax-relief for more than 340 companies around the world. These private deals are legal in Luxembourg.
  19. Gall, Olivia: Trotsky, Guest of the Revolution
    Against The Current vol. 147

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    “Infamous and impotent handful of vile assassins and traitors!” “raging dogs that must be brought down with no pity!” These were some of the words that Andrei Vyshinsky, the Soviet Prosecutor General, pronounced on August 24 1936, against four founding members of the Bolshevik Party, among them Zinoviev and Kamenev.
  20. Gallagher, Peter: The Life and Death of Objective Peckham
    Stripped of British citizenship and killed by an American drone

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Documentation of the final years of Bilal el-Berjawi's life, a British-Lebanese citizen suspected of being a terrorist. The story raises questions about the British government's role in the targeted assassination of its citizens, and provides an insight into covert U.S. military actions.
  21. Gallagher, Peter: Researchers Find 'Astonishing' Malware Linked to NSA Spying
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Security researchers have uncovered highly sophisticated malware that is linked to a secret National Security Agency hacking operation.
  22. Gallagher, Royer: From Paris to Boston, Terrorists Were Already Known to Authorities
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Whenever a terrorist attack occurs, it never takes long for politicians to begin calling for more surveillance powers. Officials in the United Kingdom and the United States have been among those arguing that more surveillance of Internet communications is necessary to prevent further atrocities.
  23. Gallagher, Ryan: Documents Reveal Canada's Secret Hacking Tactics
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Canada's electronic surveillance agency has secretly developed an arsenal of cyberweapons capable of stealing data and destroying adversaries' infrastructure, according to newly revealed classified documents. Communications Security Establishment, or CSE, has also covertly hacked into computers across the world to gather intelligence, breaking into networks in Europe, Mexico, the Middle East and North Africa, the documents show.
  24. Gallagher, Ryan: Profiled
    From Radio to Porn, British Spies Track Web Users' Online Identities

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Amid a renewed push from the U.K. government for more surveillance powers, more than two dozen documents being disclosed by The Intercept reveal for the first time several major strands of GCHQ’s (Government Communications Headquarters) existing electronic eavesdropping capabilities.
  25. Gallagher, Ryan: Revealed: How DOJ Gagged Google over Surveillance of WikiLeaks Volunteer
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The Obama administration fought a legal battle against Google to secretly obtain the email records of a security researcher and journalist associated with WikiLeaks.
  26. Gallagher, Ryan: Thousands Join Legal Fight Against UK Surveillance — And You Can, Too
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Thousands of people are signing up to join an unprecedented legal campaign against the United Kingdom’s leading electronic surveillance agency.
  27. Gallagher, Ryan; Greenwald, Glenn: Canada Casts Global Surveillance Dragnet Over File Downloads
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Canada's leading surveillance agency is monitoring millions of Internet users' file downloads in a dragnet search to identify extremists, according to top-secret documents. The covert operation taps into Internet cables and analyzes records of up to 15 million downloads daily from popular websites commonly used to share videos, photographs, music, and other files.
  28. Gallagher, Ryan; Hager, Nicky: Documents Shine Light on Shadowy New Zealand Surveillance Base
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The documents, revealed Saturday by the Sunday Star-Times in collaboration with The Intercept, show how closely New Zealand has worked with the NSA to maintain surveillance coverage of the region. The files also offer an unprecedented insight into the Waihopai base, exposing how it's been integrated into a global eavesdropping network.
  29. Gallant,Gord: Birding in Canada
    Resource Type: Website
    Information about Canadian birding.
  30. Gallo, Marcia M.: Winds of Change: The Daughters of Bilitis and Lesbian Organizing
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    A history of Daughters of Bilitis (DOB), the first national lesbian organization in the United States.
  31. Gallo, Max: The Poster in History
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001
  32. Galloway, George: Complete testimony of George Galloway
    Resource Type: Article
    Testimony of British M.P George Galloway before the U.S. Senate.
  33. Galpern, Pam: Making Trouble Today
    Against The Current vol. 117

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    Activists who read the first A Troublemaker’s Handbook, published by Labor Notes in 1991, recognized themselves in the stories of courageous workers who fought to improve their workplaces and their lives. They were gratified that they were not alone, that there was a whole network of troublemakers out there, and even a handbook that took the lessons they’d learned and made them accessible to thousands of other workers.
  34. Galson, Peter (director): Containment
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2015
    Containment is a thoughful observational essay filmed in Fukushima, weapons plants nuclear storage facilities and deep underground exploring the present and future challenges of nuclear wast storage.
  35. Galtung, John: Building blocks for peace in the Middle East
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    The minimal demands of both sides are compatible and legitimate; the maximum demands lead to endless war.
  36. Gandolfo, Luisa: Gaza: water crisis grows as Israel targets essential infrastructure
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Israel's war on Gaza has seen the systematic and widespread destruction of civilian infrastructure essential for human survival. This represents an apparently deliberate 'cutting off of life support' to those that survive the bombardment now under way.
  37. Garcés, Andrew Willis: An Unlikely Alliance: Indigenous and Campesinos Build an Alliance for Self-Defense
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    In Colombia, campesinos are mostly non-indigenous family farmers who have often been pitted against indigenous people by wealthy landowners and corporations. Yet despite being traditional rivals, the Barí and campesino communities have been driven to a partnership by common enemies, including multinational mining companies, complicit Colombian regulatory agencies, and the US government.
  38. Garcia, Deborah Koons (director): The Future of Food
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2004
    Explores the radical changes in our diet and our food in the last half century.
  39. Garcia, Laura: Javier Sicilia Calls Out to Alternative Media as a Force for Communication
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    At the 2012 School of Authentic Journalism, a poet reviews the first year of the movement against the drug war that he inspired.
  40. Gardiner, David: The Third World Debt: The Comforts of Newspaper Pie
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1991
    Canadians are unaffected by the Third World, since most of it arrives in the form of newspaper headlines.
  41. Gardner, Fred: The Fort Hood 43
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    A history of the 43 infantrymen who refused to be deployed against protestors at the 1968 Democratic National Convention.
  42. Gardner, Fred: Paula Broadwell, Whistleblower
    It's More Than a Sex Scandal

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    We await the follow-up to Paula Broadwell’s assertion that two prisoners were being held at the CIA “annex” near the consulate in Benghazi at the time of the assault that left Ambassador Christopher Stephens and three other Americans dead.
  43. Gardner, Justin: How Cops Use 'Psychopaths and Liars' and Often Become Them to Achieve Their Goals
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Does using criminals or actually becoming them, justify the path to security? American law enforcement tends to think so.
  44. Gardner, Martin: The New Age: Notes of a Fringe Watcher
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1988
    Gardner debunks pseudoscience and the paranormal.
  45. Gardner, Richard: Alternative America
    Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
    Published: 1990
    12,150 organizations, mainly American, listed geographically by zip code, and again alphabetically. A subject keyword index referring to group numbers only.
  46. Gardner, Robert (ed.): Food First
    Ten Days for World Development

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
    Tabloid that exposes the "food myths" that are obstacles to people feeding themselves, particularly in the Third World.
  47. Gardner, Robert (ed.): Ten Days for World Development 1977/Leader Kit
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
    A kit designed for those who plan activites for the Ten Days for World Development programme.
  48. Gardner, Virginia: Friend and Lover
    The Life of Louise Bryant

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1983
  49. Garfinkle, Miriam: Looking at Israel from the other side
    Book Review

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    A review of two books: Sharon and My Mother-in-Law: Ramallah Diaries, by Suad Amiry, and The Other Side of Israel: My Journey Across the Jewish/Arab Divide.
  50. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul Qadir, Reem: Les soins de santé et les enfants en perturbation à Gaza
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
  51. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul Qadir, Reem: Gaza: cuidados de saúde e crianças em risco
    As crianças de Gaza estão em risco

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
  52. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul Qadir, Reem: Opieka zdrowotna i dzieci Gazy w kryzysie
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
  53. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul Qadir, Reem: Salute e bambini in crisi a Gaza
    I bambini di Gaza sono in crisi

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
  54. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul-Qadir, Reem: Health care and children in crisis in Gaza
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
    These days one hears a lot about Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan, adults who have been specifically trained for warfare, who are nevertheless traumatized by the experience of seeing comrades injured or killed, or suffering injuries or danger themselves. The trauma goes on, long after the experience has ended and they are back in a place of safety. How much worse then for children in Gaza who witness and experience these events day after day, week after week with no end and with no place of safety.
  55. Garfinkle, Miriam; Abdul-Qadir, Reem: Health care and children in crisis in Gaza - Arabic text
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
  56. Garfinkle, Miriam; Deutsch, Judith; Abdul-Qadir, Reem; Santa Barbara, Joanna: Gaza: Health System in Collapse
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    The extremity of suffering in Gaza is little known in the West. Underlying the health emergency is the Israeli military's destruction of Gaza's basic infrastructure and Israel's closure of all Gaza's borders.
  57. Garfinkle, Miriam; Qadir, Reem Abdul: Crisis en Gaza: el sistema de salud y los niños en peligro
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
  58. Garfinkle, Miriam; Qadir, Reem Abdul: Das Leiden der Kinder im Gazastreifen
    Katastrophale Lage im Gazastreifen - Unzureichende Gesundheitsversorgung

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
  59. Garfinkle, Miriam; Woolhouse, Susan: Porter's corporate interests can't be allowed to trump public health
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    We are concerned that it will be the children who live, study and play less than 300 metres from the current airport in the high-rises, the Waterfront school, Little Norway Park, the daycare and community centre who will be most affected by the addition of jets. Consider that landings and takeoffs generate the highest emissions and that peak airport periods coincide with times children walk to and from school.
  60. Garganas, Panos: Interview - Greece: the struggle radicalises
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Editor of the Greek newspaper Workers Solidarity on the latest developments in Greece.
  61. Garganas, Panos: Syriza and the crisis
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Interview with Garganas Panos about the election victory of Syriza (the Coalition of the Radical Left) in Greece.
  62. Garganas, Panos: Why did Syriza fail?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    How has Syriza ended up this way? This is a question that is tormenting a big part of the left and that all the forces that situate themselves on the left must answer.
  63. GARLOCK, Chris: Screening the Working Class
    Movies We Love About Workers, Work and the Workplace

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    List of movies featuring workers, work, and the workplace.
  64. Garneau, Marianne: Austerity and Resistance: Lessons from the 2012 Quebec Student Strike
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The student strike in Quebec has ended, in a rather clear victory. After a seven month-long struggle — the longest of its kind in Quebec history — students have won a cancellation of the proposed tuition hike, a pledge to repeal the infamous Law 78 that had criminalized demonstrations, and the ouster of Premier Jean Charest and his Liberal government.
  65. Garrard, Chris: Fighting Big Oil's Cynical Arts Sponsorship
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    A growing movement is opposing fossil fuel industry sponsorship of the arts. Pop-up protests and performances denouncing Shell, BP and others are winning the popular vote.
  66. Garrett, Laurie: Betrayal of Trust
    The Collapse of Global Public Health

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2000
    The story of recent failings of public health systems across the globe.
  67. Garside, Juliette: Vodafone Reveals Existence of Secret Wires that Allow State Surveillance
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Wires allow agencies to listen to or record live conversations, in what privacy campaigners are calling a 'nightmare scenario'.
  68. Garson, Barbara: All the Livelong Day
    The Meaning and Demeaning of Routine Work, Revised and Updated Edition

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
  69. Garvey, John: Book Review: A Review of Mary Gabriel’s Love and Capital and Some Thoughts Prompted by the Review 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    In Love and Capital, published in 2011, Mary Gabriel makes a really good case that love was at the center of the life of the revolutionary named Karl Marx.
  70. Garvey, John: Book Review: Kevin Anderson, Marx at the Margins (2010)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Anderson’s argument is based on a careful and comprehensive reading of the writings of Marx (and, to the extent necessary, Engels) on: (1) the history, economics and politics of societies and nations outside Western Europe (but including Ireland); (2) movements of national liberation, as in Ireland, Poland and India; and (3) the relationship between ‘race’ and class in countries such as England and the United States.
  71. Garvey, John: Brooklyn Report
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Tonight, December 8, Lebron James came through on his promise to wear an "I Can’t Breathe" T-shirt during the warm-ups before the Cavaliers game with the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn.
  72. Garvey, John: California Is Not Dreaming
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Discussion of March 4, 2010 Day of Action in California.
  73. Garvey, John: From Iron Mines to Iron Bars
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Exploring some of the consequences of the long-term decline in union membership and the significant shift in membership towards public sector workers.
  74. Garvey, John: The New Worker Organizing 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Many, perhaps most, worker center–based organizing projects focused on workers in low-wage jobs, are conducted with the active support and, often enough, leadership provided by a variety of community-based organizations—with support from one or more unions.
  75. Garvey, John: No More Missouri Compromises
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    I do have some ideas about the larger set of circumstances that resulted in Michael Brown’s murder and some suggestions for things that might be done to bring the fight where it needs to be fought beyond the streets of Ferguson.
  76. Garvey, John: Not Another Disaster Movie
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Whose will is it that keeps us going the way we are? The will of capital, albeit a capital that’s been refurbished for our modern times. That will cloaks itself in the garb of progress, science and technology. At the same time, it justifies itself by the invocation, in the developed countries and those (like China) on the fast track to development, of an apparently all but incontrovertible need to maintain “our way of life.” That way of life threatens to fairly quickly become a threat to the possibility of life in any form that we would want to be part of.
  77. Garvey, John: Notes on a Future Politics - Part I
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    In the aftermath of the 2016 US election, Garvey argues that no variety of liberalism, progressivism or social democracy will be adequate for addressing the multiple global crises of capitalist society nor will they be adequate for providing a genuine alternative to the many millions of people who are drawn to varieties of populist or fascist politics.
  78. Garvey, John: Notes on a Future Politics? Part I
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    This essay is intended to enable those of us associated with Insurgent Notes and others to imagine how we might contribute to the emergence of an emancipatory, anti-capitalist mass politics in the aftermath of the 2016 presidential election.
  79. Garvey, John: On Lenin and the Right to National Self-Determination
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    I’d suggest that the Leninist formulations of policy on the national question do not deserve to be taken seriously as poles of debate on the matter. More precisely, they should be viewed as all but completely hypocritical.
  80. Garvey, John: Once Again on Education: Beyond Ordinary Leftism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    An article exploring elements of education in the USA.
  81. Garvey, John: The 1% of the 99% and an Anti-Capitalist Alternative
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    What we need right now is for autonomous political organizing in both unionized and non-unionized workplaces, schools,and in the streets.
  82. Garvey, John: Preliminary Observations on the Chicago Teachers' Strike
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    An insight into the Chicago's teacher strike and its victories.
  83. Garvey, John: Rethinking Educational Failure and Reimagining an Educational Future
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    If we start not from the goal of acculturating most children to the demands of an economy which promises only to make things worse, but from the goal of preparing all children to live in a world worthy of human beings, we will find a very different kind of education reform to advocate for. It will have some things in common with some parts of current reform efforts
    but it will go beyond and transform them.
  84. Garvey, John: Review: Kate Evans, Red Rosa: A Graphic Biography of Rosa Luxemburg (2015)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Red Rosa does not aspire to be an authoritative biography but, perhaps as a result, it is a more compelling book. What's compelling about it? The graphics have a lot to do with it; it's an extended comic strip (although the author might take offense with that characterization). The events, both intimate and very public, of Luxemburg’s life and the words and deeds of her political activity are portrayed in vivid graphics. When reading the book, it's impossible to feel detached from them. At the same time, those events, words and deeds are presented seriously, without trivialization. This is no "Rosa Luxemburg for Dummies."
  85. Garvey, John: A Review of Mary Gabriel's Love and Capital and Some Thoughts Prompted by the Review
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    So much of what parades as Marxism has very little to do with Karl Marx. Mary Gabriel knows Marx and we know him better after we read her book.
  86. Garvey, John: Trotsky Reconsidered: Claude Lefort's Perspective
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    In spite of all the ink spilled that says the opposite, Trotsky may have been closer to Stalin than he was to Lenin. That’s the argument made by Claude Lefort (one of the leading members of Socialisme ou Barbarisme) in a 1948 essay, “The Contradiction of Trotsky.” He criticizes Trotsky for having over and over again pursued a conciliationist approach towards Stalin and failing to uphold what Lefort claims would have been Lenin’s positions if he had still been alive.
  87. Gasper, Phil: Iran: Which side are you on?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Why are some U.S. leftists siding with the repressive Iranian regime against pro-democracy protesters?
  88. Gasper, Phill: Stephen Jay Gould: Dialectical Biologist
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2002
    Gould, the world’s leading expert on the evolution of Bahamian land snails, and one of the most influential evolutionary theorists of his generation, shared Engels’ enthusiasm for understanding the natural world dialectically – in other words, seeing it as made up of complex and dynamic interactive processes.
  89. Gatade, Subhash: Company Secretary To Replace Inspector
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    If all goes to plan, India Inc would no longer have to deal with labour inspectors turning up at their premises to check compliance with 43 central and myriad state labour legislations. Instead, firms can submit a certificate from a company secretary that validates their compliance with the numerous employment laws.
  90. Gates, Albert [Albert Glotzer]: The Jewish Problem After Hitler
    Palestine and the Fourth International

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1947
  91. Gatto, John Taylor: Against School
    How public education cripples our kids, and why

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2003
    An essay by a retired teacher on the infantilization of children by the public school system. This intellectual history of US public school curiculum reveals that it was conceived as a democratic means to a reflexively obedient work force.
  92. Gatto, Tim: Another Successful American Propaganda Effort
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    American political figures like to talk about "American Democracy". The truth is, there is no "American Democracy", it is something that our rulers like to foist upon the World stage much like parents like to tell their children about Santa Clause and the Easter Bunny. It's fiction made in order to keep their "children" in line.
  93. Gaudichaud, Franck: Where the conspiracies are real
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    US expansionism in Latin America, sometimes violent, sometimes discreet, played such a large role in shaping the history of the continent that many still see the "black hand" of Washington behind every obstacle faced by progressive governments.
  94. Gaunt, Johnny: Brexit: the British Working Class has Just Yawned Awake
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The referendum has engaged all kinds of people who were politically indifferent 6 months ago.
  95. Gauriloff, Katja: Canned Dreams
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2012
    A simple can of ravioli propels this spectacular 30,000-kilometre, eight-country journey through all phases of food production and the far flung sources of international ingredients.
  96. Gautheir, Monique: Follow the Dirt Road
    An Introduction to Intential Communities in the 1990s

    Resource Type: Film/Video
    Portrays the successes and struggles of communal life in the United States in the 1990s.
  97. Gaworecki, Mike: Confirmed: California Aquifers Contaminated With Billions Of Gallons of Fracking Wastewater
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    It has now been revealed that California regulators with DOGGR permitted hundreds of wastewater injection wells and thousands more wells injecting fluids for 'enhanced oil recovery" into aquifers protected under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act.
  98. Gaworecki, Mike: Here's How To Craft A Winning Climate Message
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    A guide to fighting back against dirty energy industry spin when discussing the climate crisis. The Climate Solutions for a Stronger America messaging guide is based on data from a repeat national survey of likely voters. Researchers examined the data to determine how to successfully communicate climate issues and identified three top-performing messages.
  99. Gaworecki, Mike: Meet The Folks On The Front Lines Of Fracking In California
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The oil and gas industry has worked very hard to push the narrative that fracking is completely safe, and that any opposition is led by a small group of full-time activists.
  100. Gaworecki,Mike: Chevron Whistleblower Videos Show Deliberate Falsification Of Evidence In Ecuador Oil Pollution Trial
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Chevron lost the lawsuit filed against the company by Indigenous villagers who say Texaco, which merged with Chevron, left hundreds of open, unlined pits full of toxic oil waste in the Amazon rainforest. Nevertheless, the company attempts to retry the case.
  101. Gaytán, Marie Sarita: Affirmative Distraction: Elimination of Affirmative Action at U-Massachusetts
    Against The Current vol. 82

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    The west wind has blown east. The elimination of affirmative action in Texas, California, and Washington's public university systems seemed like a phenomenon isolated to highly competitive west-coast state universities—until February 1999, when the University of Massachusetts announced that it too would eliminate the use of race-based admissions policies and scholarship programs.
  102. Gayton, Don: Landscapes of the Interior
    Re-explorations of Nature and the Human Spirit

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1996
  103. Gayton, Don: The Wheatgrass Mechanism
    Science and Imagination in the Western Canadian Landscape

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
  104. Gazdar, Aisha (Director): Invisible Force: Women Workers in Pakistan
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2007
    Millions of women workers in Pakistan remain unaccounted for in official figures. Even those who are in the formal workforce face problems like lower wages for the same work as men and sexual harrasment.
  105. Gazzaniga, Riccardo; Dieffenbach, Alexa Combs: The White Man in That Photo
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Sometimes photographs deceive. Take this one, for example. It represents John Carlos and Tommie Smith's rebellious gesture the day they won medals for the 200 meters at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, and it certainly deceived me for a long time.
  106. Geary, Kate: Our Land, Our Lives
    Time Out On The Global Land Rush

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    In the past decade an area of land eight times the size of the UK has been sold off globally as land sales rapidly accelerate. This land could feed a billion people equivalent to the number of people who go to bed hungry each night. In poor countries, foreign investors have been buying an area of land the size of London every six days. With food prices spiking for the third time in four years, interest in land could accelerate again as rich countries try to secure their food supplies and investors see land as a good long-term bet.
  107. Gecan, Michael: Going Public: An Inside Story of Disrupting Politics as Usual
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2002
    An introduction to the Industrial Areas Foundation and their method of organizing.
  108. Gedick, Al: Resource Rebels
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001
    Like canaries in a mine, native peoples throughout the globe are facing extinction due to the greed of mining and oil companies. Building a multi-racial, transnational movement to drastically limit resource extraction and creating an new environmental ethic is the best hope: these stories show how it's being done.
  109. Gee, Tim: Counter Power 
    Making Change Happen

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2011
    Argues that no major movement has ever been successful without counterpower, or the power that the "have-nots" can use to remove the power of the "haves." This book sets out to demystify the power dynamics of social change.
  110. Gee, Tim: Shirkers and Conchies
    How Governments Tried to Silence WWI Resisters

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Peace activists faced enemy treatment but left a legacy of perserverance, writes Tim Gee.
  111. Geetha and friends: Dear Sisters, They Are Killing Our Trees
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    People in the Thrissur district of Kerala, India, are fighting to keep their forests in the face of a threatened dam project which would submerge their ancestral lands.
  112. Geglia, Beth; Freeston, Jesse (directors): Revolutionary Medicine - A Story of the First Garifuna Hospital
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2014
    The story of the building of a hospital in Ciriboya, Honduras -- an authentic, grass-roots, community development project, from the initial community meetings, the organized planning, the community defense committees, to the actual bricks, mortar and staffing. The viewer of Revolutionary Medicine is guided through the process in a series of compelling interviews with doctors, patients and community protagonists.
  113. Geier, Kathleen: Inequality Among Women Is Crucial to Understanding Hillary's Loss
    Working-class women who voted for Trump tell us a lot about feminism's relationship to class politics.

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The outcome of the 2016 American election was, like any, multi-causual. In addition to factors of racism and sexism, economic inequality, specifically economic inequality among women, must be identified as an additional culprit.
  114. Geigner, Timothy: FBI Continues To Foil Its Own Devised Terrorist Plots
    Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
    First Published: 2012
    It seems there's a new pattern showing itself every time I read a news report in which the FBI proudly announces it foiled a terrorist plot. That pattern goes something like this: hear that a huge explosion was averted and lives were saved, find out the plotter was an American citizen, find out he was under investigation by the FBI for several years, and then finally find out that it was the FBI that egged on the suspect and built his "bomb" for him. In other words, the only way these things could become less impressive is if the FBI actually decided to quit finding these loner folks to urge into violence and just built their own physical straw man to parade in front of the cameras.
  115. Geiser, Carl: Prisoners of the Good Fight
    The Spanish Civil War 1936-1939

    Resource Type: Book
    This book tells of the hope young Americans had to stop Hitler and Mussolini in Spain, how they were captured, and what happened to them after their capture. It reveals the amazing breaks which allowed some to survive, and how the survivors organized in the concentration camps and prisons to resist fascist brutality and indoctrinization and to maintain their morale and health.
  116. Geist, Michael: The Case Against Ratifying the TPP
    The Case Against Ratifying the Trans Pacific Partnership

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
  117. Geist, Valerius: Conservation Unravelling: Three Threats to Wildlife
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1986
  118. Gelbspan, Ross: The Heat Is On
    The Climate Crisis, The Cover-up, The Prescription

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1997
    A book discussing the ever-worsening threat of global climate change.
  119. Gelder, Sarah Van: Vandana Shiva On Resisting GMOs: "Saving Seeds Is a Political Act"
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Sarah van Gelder interviewed Vandana Shiva, renowned for her activism against GMOs, globalization, and patents on seeds and traditional foods.
  120. Gelderloos, Peter: The Failure of Nonviolence
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    The Failure of Nonviolence examines most of the major social upheavals following the Cold War to reveal the limits of nonviolence and uncover what a diverse, unruly, non-pacified movement can accomplish. Critical of how a diversity of tactics has functioned so far, this book discusses how movements for social change can win ground and open the spaces necessary to plant the seeds of a new world.
  121. Gelderloos, Peter: How Nonviolence Protects the State
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    How Nonviolence Protects the State challenges the belief that nonviolence is the only way to fight for a better world. Peter Gelderloos invites activists to consider diverse tactics, passionately arguing that exclusive nonviolence often acts to reinforce the same structures of oppression that activists seek to overthrow.
  122. Gelderloos, Peter: The Nature of Police, the Role of the Left
    Learning From Ferguson

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Iit would be hard to deny that the police are a racist institution par excellence. They kill young Black, Latino, and Native people at a disproportionately higher rate than white youth, and the institution itself descended from the patrols created to capture fugitive slaves in the South and police urban immigrants in the North.
  123. Gelderloos, Peter: Reflections for the US Occupy Movement
    From Barcelona's Neighborhood Assemblies

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    The deeper a struggle’s historical roots, the greater its collective knowledge.
  124. Gentleman, Amelia: The Mother Behind the Galway Children's Mass Grave Story
    'I Want to Know Who's Down There'

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    It was amateur historian Catherine Corless's painstaking research that brought news of the children's mass grave in Tuam to the world's attention. She tells how her search for the truth turned her life upside-down.
  125. George, Doug: Akwesasne
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1989
    The history of the Mohawks of Akwesasne and the events and conditions that led up to the violence of 1989.
  126. George, Rose: Deep Sea and Foreign Going
    Inside Shipping, the Invisible Industry That Brings You 90% of Everything

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    A voyage through the shady world of international shipping, the hidden industry upon which our world turns and our future depends.
  127. George, Susan: Another world is possible if... 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2004
    Susan George suggests that we can create a new and better world -- if we act together to bring about changes. She discusses the ifs and hows.
  128. George, Susan: How the Other Half Dies
    The Real Reasons for World Hunger

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1976   Published: 1977
    Why are so many people hungry? Susan George affirms with conviction and with evidence that it is not because there are too many people on the planet, nor because of bad weather or changing climates, but because food is controlled by the rich.
  129. George, Susan: The Rise of the Illegitimate Authority of Transnational Corporations
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Transnational corporations are demanding the right to what they call "competitiveness": lower taxes, control over lawmaking, and the right to sue governments for affecting profits. In her new book, Shadow Sovereigns: How Global Corporations are Seizing Power, Susan George shines a light on the secret corporate coalitions that are influencing critical government decisions and posing a direct threat to democracy.
  130. George, Susan: Shadow Sovereigns
    How global corporations are seizing more and more power over our lives

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    Global corporations now demand control over decisions affecting labour laws, finance, public health, food and agriculture, safety regulations, taxes and international trade and investment. They even claim the right to private tribunals where they can sue governments for passing laws that could harm their present or future profits.
  131. George, Susan; Sabelli, Fabrizio: Faith and Credit
    The World Bank's Secular Empire

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
    George and Sabelli examine the World Bank’s policies, its internal culture, and the interests it serves. They reveal a supranational, non-democratic, and extremely powerful institution that functions much like the medieval church or a monolithic political party, relying on rigid doctrine, hierarchy, and a rejection of dissenting ideas to perpetuate its influence. Its faith in orthodox economics, the idea of perpetual growth, and the capacity of the market to solve development problems is incompatible with its professed goals of helping the poor and protecting the environment. Faced with these contradictions, the Bank is increasingly struggling to reconcile the roles of commercial lender, policymaker, and great humanitarian.
  132. Georgy, Joshua Farouk: The Egyptian Uprising in the American Media
    Obscuring the Obvious

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    It is no wonder that most Americans are hopelessly in the dark. Middle East “news” in the mainstream is constructed so that people remain in a perpetual state of confusion and fear.
  133. Geovanis, Chris: Aaron Swartz and the Assault on Open Information
    Malicious Government Prosecution

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    The great corporate-supported push to hide essential, publicly funded information behind private firewalls and government secrecy, represents a breathtaking breach of the basic tenets of democracy.
  134. Geras, Norman: The Legacy of Rosa Luxemburg
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    Norman Geras sets out to interrogate and refute the myths that have developed around Rosa Luxemburg's work.
  135. Geras, Norman: Minimum Utopia: Ten Theses
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2000
    One person's thoughts on the subject of utopias as we approach a new century and millennium.
  136. Gerassi, John: The Coming of the New International
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971
  137. Gerassi, John: The Great Fear in Latin America
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1965   Published: 1969
    Gerassi indicts American policies toward Latin America and American support for corrupt dictatorships.
  138. Gerassi, John: North Vietnam: A Documentary
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1968
  139. Gerassi, John: Revolutionary Priest
    The Complete Writings & Messages of Camilo Torres

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971
    The writings and speeches of Camilo Torres, a radical priest turned guerrilla who was killed in 1966.
  140. Gerassi, John: Venceremos
    The Speeches and Writings of Che Guevara

    Resource Type: Book
  141. Gerecke, Kent: The Canadian City
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
    Based on the belief that a healthy city life is possible, this volume collects articles, stories and histories about the city and its people, covering aspects such as human and social relations, art and architecture, urban planning, land development, and the greening of the urban environment.
  142. Gérin-Lajoie, M.A.: Un Canadien errant
    Resource Type: Unclassified
    First Published: 1842
    A Canadian folk song, lyrics written in 1842, about rebels who were deported, or forced to flee, after the rebellion of 1837-8 in Lower Canada. The song was also adopted by the descendants of Acadians who had been deported from Acadia in 1755-62, changed to 'Un Acadien errant.'
  143. Germain, Ernest [Ernest Mandel]: Jewish Question Since World War II
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1946   Published: 1947
  144. German, Lindsey: Battle of the Somme: the horrific epitome of the first world war
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Thousands of men who went over the top that morning thought they would meet little resistance. 57,000 were dead or wounded by the end of the day.
  145. German, Lindsey: Clara Zetkin
    Oppression, Class, and Socialism

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Lindsey German responds to John Riddell's article, 'Clara Zetkin in the Lion’s Den'.
  146. German, Lindsey: How the left should deal with the referendum results
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    With many of the old political certainties breaking up, the left have to rise to the challenge.
  147. German, Lindsey: RIP Tony Benn. Tireless and inspirational fighter for peace, justice and equality
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The loss of Tony Benn is a loss for our whole movement. He was a good friend to the Stop the War Coalition, of which he remained president to the end. One of his last speeches was at the Stop the War international conference on 30 November 2013. He was a socialist, someone with a deep commitment to social change, who was principled to the end.
  148. German, Lindsey: Theories of Patriarchy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    The most persistent and widespread theory around the women’s movement today is that of patriarchy. This is justified by pointing to the existence of women’s oppression in societies other than those of western capitalism.
  149. German, Lindsey: Why we must Never Forget
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Lindsey German charts how the Nazis were able to perpetrate their crimes by eliminating all effective and organised opposition.
  150. German, Lindsey: Women’s liberation: theory and practice
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Fundamental change for women means challenging the priorities of a system based on profit, and that requires connecting women’s movements to the wider fight for change.
  151. Gerson, Jack: Occupy Oakland: The Port Shutdown and Beyond - All Eyes on Longview!
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The Occupy movement – and especially Occupy Oakland – has demonstrated remarkable resilience and an almost unprecedented ability to repeatedly mobilize mass actions against economic injustice and police brutality.
  152. Gertel, Gil: The Zionist educator we should have listened to
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    At a time when Israel's education minister sees only Jews as moral, it is worth remembering a prominent Zionist educator who taught us that things could have turned out differently.
  153. Gertten, Fredrik: Big Boys Gone Bananas!* 
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2011
    First there was a film about banana workers saying the Dole Food Company had made them infertile. Then Dole attacked the filmmakers. Now it's time for a new film!
  154. Gertten, Fredrik (director): Bikes vs Cars
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2015
    Bikes vs Cars is a documentary about the bike and what an amazing tool for change it can be. It highlights a conflict in city planning between bikes, cars and a growing reliance on fossil fuels.
  155. Geybullayeva , Arzu: When They Lock Up the Truth: Khadija Ismayilova and the Latin America Connection
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Azerbaijan, a former Soviet country with remarkable oil and gas reserves has been controlled for decades by the Aliyev family.
  156. Geyrhalter, Nikolaus (director): Our Daily Bread
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2005
    Our Daily Bread (original German title: Unser taglich Brot) is a 2005 documentary film, depicted how modern food production companies employ technology to produce food on large scales. It consists mainly of actual working situations without voice-over narration or interviews as the director tries to let viewers form their own opinion on the subject. The names of the companies where the footage was filmed are purposely not shown. The director's goal is to provide a realistic view on the internal workings of multiple food production companies in our modern society.
  157. Ghani, Faras: Tharparkar: Pakistan's ongoing catastrophe
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    More than 1,500 children under the age of five have died in the Tharparkar district of Pakistan's Sindh province since 2011. Each year, as the death toll climbs, reports are sought, commissions created and emergency plans announced by the provincial government. But none of these seem able to stop the recurring problems plaguing this vast 20,000sq km district.
  158. Ghazal, Rym: The past belongs to everyone: British Library calls on public to help piece together history
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    As the British Library thrusts itself into the digital age, more than a million images from its archives are available online. And it wants the public's help to expand what is known about them.
  159. Gheerbrant, Alain: The Rebel Church In Latin America
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1969   Published: 1974
  160. Giambrone, Joe: In Defense of Free Speech
    It's Easier to Blame Bad Filmmakers Than to Address Massive War Crimes

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The answer to speech you disagree with is … (drum roll) … MORE SPEECH.
  161. Giambrone, Joe: 2013 Unoccupied
    Sun Tzu's Messages to the Occupy Movement

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The ”Occupy” movement has apparently receded into the long night. The structural challenges remain the same, and opposition is still needed. What has been exposed as fruitless, however, is the idea of occupying parks in chaotic sieges that signify nothing.
  162. Giangrande, Carole: Foundations
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1972
    Communes, communism, comradeship -- whatever you wish to call the mood of the young both in and out of communal homes -- will die without an understanding of our foundations, in history, where we have been, where we are going, what we are doing here.
  163. Giardina, Denise: Storming Heaven
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1988
    Annadel, West Virginia, was a small town rich in coal, farms, and close-knit families, all destroyed when the coal company came in. It stole everything it hadn't bothered to buy -- land deeds, private homes, and ultimately, the souls of its men and women.
  164. Gibbs, David N.: The "Decent Left" and the Libya Intervention
    A Reply to Michael Bérubé

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Western elites were perfectly comfortable with Gaddafi’s oppressive rule, including his use of torture. These states only broke with Gaddafi when his hold on power tottered, in response to the Arab Spring, and he ceased to be useful. He was no longer viewed as a reliable protector of Western access to Libya’s oil resources.
  165. Gibbs, Jeff: "Just Say No!" to the Robin Hood-in-Reverse Bailout
    And What to Do Instead

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    The reverse Robin Hood deal to bail out the rich cannot be allowed to stand. It's time to take to the streets.
  166. Gibbs, Katie; Houben, Adam; Hutchings, Jeff, Mooers, Arne, Trudeau, Vance L., Orihel, Diane: 'The Death of Evidence' in Canada: Scientists' Own Words
    Data distorted for 'propaganda' and other complaints against the Harper government made at last week's Ottawa rally

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
  167. Gibson, Carl: Cut It Out: An Open Letter to Black Bloc Anarchists
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Black Bloc tactics actually serve the cause of the 0.1%.
  168. Gibson, Connor: Koch Brothers View Universities As Propaganda Machines
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    New Yorker reporter Jane Mayer’s new book, "Dark Money," includes details that bolster concerns publicized by UnKoch My Campus, and students and professors across the USA who have blown the whistle on Charles Koch’s co-optation of higher education programs. Universities are the spine of Charles Koch's lobbying model, which after four decades of finance has grown into an integrated network of professors, public relations agents, lobbyists, pundits, and politicians. Koch foundations started investing in campuses at an exponential pace, starting with just seven campuses in 2005.
  169. Gibson, Rich: The Wars on Vietnam
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    In the past month, the Pentagon, PBS, and the for-profit press took a three pronged approach to the Vietnam Wars: (1) praise the returned troops and promote the notion of a home-country stab in the back; (2) highlight the evacuees and the US heroes of the April ‘75 evacuations; and (3) focus on the post-war babylift and the Vietnamese babies now grown up.
  170. Gibson, Robert; Channing, Taylor: Here's how much corporations paid US senators to fast-track the TPP bill
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Documenting the corruption of the U.S. political system.
  171. Gies, Heahter: OceanaGold vs El Salvador: Foreshadowing 'Trade' Under the TPP?  
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The Central American country of El Salvador could be forced to pay US$301 million to Canadian-Australian mining multinational OceanaGold as the two face off in a World Bank investor-state tribunal with proven tendency to favor corporate interests over arguments for protecting national sovereignty, the environment, and human rights.
  172. Gifford, C.G.: Canada's Fighting Seniors
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
    A look at the growth of a senior's movement in Canada in the 1980s.
  173. Gilbert, Alan: The Latin American City
    Resource Type: Book
    Looks at the region's urban explosion from the perspective of the poor.
  174. Gilbert, Chris: What's Really Happening in Venezuela?
    Shadows of the Weimar Republic

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    An analysis of the 2014 civil unrest in Venezuela.
  175. Gilbert, Dave: Consumption: Domestic Imperialism
    Resource Type: Article
    This article deals with the social organization of production under modern American capitalism. The author considers the impact of technological development on labour and its potential for liberation from work under capitalism.
  176. Gilbert, Martin: The Righteous
    The Unsung Heroes of the Holocaust

    Resource Type: Book
  177. Gilbertson, Tamra; Reyes, Oscar: What's at stake in Copenhagen
    The crucial debates at Copenhagen

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Tere is no chance of achieving binding greenhouse gas reductions within the current framework for an agreement. Instead the problem is being redefined to fit the business-as-usual assumptions of neoliberal economics.
  178. Gilchrist, Emma: 'It's a New Day': Why Environmentalists Need to Change Their Strategy Under Trudeau Government
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Now that Justin Trudeau and the Liberals have taken the helm, advocates have high hopes for a course correction on the environment and energy files. But after nearly a decade of working under hostile conditions, environmentalists need to make a course correction of their own if they want to effectively influence public policy, experts say.
  179. Gilchrist, Emma: 'It's No Longer About Saying No': How B.C.'s First Nations Are Taking Charge With Tribal Parks
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    On June 26, 2014, the Tsilhqot’in Nation's 25-year court battle came to an end when the Supreme Court unanimously ruled the nation holds title to approximately 1,900 square kilometres of its traditional territory.
  180. Gill, A. Paul: The Junk Food Economy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1992
    Young people entering the workforce face a junk food economy.
  181. Gill, Lesley: Columbia's Paramilitary Politics
    Against The Current vol. 135

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    In a surprise move in the early morning of May 13th, Colombian President Álvaro Uríbe announced the extradition of fourteen top paramilitary leaders to the United States, where they are charged with cocaine trafficking and money laundering. His move has provoked an outcry from victims’ and human rights groups, who fear that the extraditions will undercut efforts to hold the paramilitaries accountable for massacres, disappearances, torture, extra-judicial executions, and the displacement of thousands of people in Colombia.
  182. Gill, Lesley; Ross, Norbert: What's Class Got to Do With It?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Unsettled by Donald Trump's bigotry and xenophobia, liberal pundits have struggled to understand his improbable anointment as the nominee of the Republican party. Many have sought answers in the experience and behaviour of the white-working class, the bedrock of Trump support.
  183. Gillam, Carey: Food industry must get behind 'right to know' on GMO
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The citizens 'right to know' campaign about GMOs has put the food industry on the defensive, big time. But that only creates the impression they have something to hide. if GMOs are as great as they claim, they should be only too glad. It's time they switched sides and got with the people they feed.
  184. Gillespie, Bill: A Class Act
    An Illustrated History of the Labour Movement in Newfoundland and Labrador

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1986
    Gillespie records the men and women who struggled within an economic system they did not control to improve the lives of their families and their class.
  185. Gillespie, Peter: Bangladesh: Of Disasters and a Disastrous Development
    Resource Type: Article
    Dispossession, disparities in land distribution, and inappropriate development strategies in Bangladesh.
  186. Gillespie, Sarah: Gaza, Israel and 'Human Shields'
    The People Putting Innocents in Danger are the Israelis

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    What does it mean to use human shields? Employed by the Germans and Japanese in the Second World War, the tactic is premised on an underlying trust in your enemy’s humanity. It appeals to the compassion and mercy of the combatant that they not slaughter the innocent in order to avenge their target. The ‘shield’ is not the human bodies surrounding the ‘guilty’ party, the shield is the clemency that mankind instinctively affords the innocent. The shield evaporates only when confronted by an enemy who is not merely a fellow solder locked in a power battle, but a psychopath unconcerned with the pain of others.
  187. Gillis, Damien; Rayher, Fiona (directors): Fractured Land
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2015
    A Canadian feature documentary film profiling the Dene activist Caleb Behn as he goes through law school and builds a movement around greater awareness of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) on First Nations lands.
  188. Gillison, Douglas; Turse, Nick; Syed, Moiz: The Network
    Leaked Data Reveals How the U.S. Trains Vast Numbers of Foreign Soldiers and Police With Little Oversight

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
  189. Gillmor, Dan: Why I'm Saying Goodbye to Apple, Google and Microsoft
    I'm putting more trust in communities than corporations

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Gillmor discusses how we are losing control over the technology tools that once promised equal opportunity in speech and innovation.
  190. Gillmor, Don: Canada: A People's History
    Volume Two

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001   Published: 2002
    Canadian history from the 1870s to the 1990s.
  191. Gilly, Adolph: Genealogies of the Uprisings
    Against The Current vol. 148

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    An interview with Adolph Gilly. Gilly is a longtime activist and prominent historian of the Mexican Revolution.
  192. Gilman, Charlotte Perkins Stetson: Herland
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1935
  193. Gilmore, John: Faces of the Caribbean
    Resource Type: Book
    An introduction for the general reader as well as for students of Caribbean studies, cultural studies, and the history of the Americas.
  194. Gilyard, Keith: Recovering Forgotten Voices
    Against The Current vol. 132

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    A lover of American literature will come away from reading Alan Wald’s Trinity of Passion: The Literary Left and the Antifascist Crusade excited about the prospect of investigating a long list of currently unheralded writers who collectively constitute a voice that deserves to be recognized as major.
  195. Gindin, Sam: When History Knocks
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Naomi Klein is a longtime movement and media icon, a gifted synthesizer and popularizer who, over the past two decades, has been a leading chronicler of anti-corporate, anti-globalization, and anti-capitalist social movements.
  196. Gindin, Sam; Armstrong, Hugh; Armstrong, Pat, Leys, Colin; et. al.: Whose Health Care?
    Challenging the Corporate Struggle to Rule Our System

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
  197. Gindin, Sam; Panitch, Leo: The Syriza Dilemma
    What would constructive pressure on the Syriza government look like?

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The radical Syriza government was elected in January 2015 based on its promise to try to bargain a better deal than the severe neoliberal austerity imposed through the memoranda signed by previous governments. At the same time, it promised to remain in the eurozone monetary system, in which Greece’s financial system is embedded, as well as within the framework of the European Union, into which its economy has been integrated.
  198. Ginsburgh, Nicola: "Chavs", class and representation
    A review of Owen Jones, Chavs: The Demonisation of the Working Class

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Chavs traces the rise of an offensive caricature of the working class: a racist hooligan, an alcoholic thug; women unable to control their vaginas, men unable to control their fists; brainless, feckless scroungers-working class people, as represented by the term chav, are nothing more than parasitic growths on society. Jones demonstrates how the figure of the chav is used to deflect blame away from the structures that create inequality onto individuals.
  199. Ginsburgh, Nicola: Lise Vogel and the politics of women's liberation
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    A review of Lise Vogel, Marxism and the Oppression of Women: Toward a Unitary Theory.
  200. Giordane, Al: John Kerry and Me
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Experiences in community organizing and electoral organizing.
  201. Giordano, Al: Abbie's Road 1936-1989
    Twenty-Three Years After His Passing, We Republish Abbie Hoffman's 1989 Obituary by His Student and Co-Conspirator

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    ”There is absolutely no greater high than challenging the power structure as a nobody, giving it your all, and winning,” he wrote while he was on the run. Of all his accomplishments, he would probably like to be remembered as the guy who levitated the Pentagon. But the real miracle of Abbie Hoffman was how he raised the collective spirit of our nation, and of the human race.
  202. Giordano, Al: Authentic journalism: weapon of the people
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    The path out of the crises wrought by commercial journalism opens when citizens steal back the mission that big media claimed but failed to do: Honest, coherent storytelling.
  203. Giordano, Al: The Birth of a National Anti-Nuclear Movement
    A Chapter from the Oral History of How the No Nukes Movement (1973-1982) Saved the United States and Maybe the World

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    “The year 1973 was the worst year for nuclear power,” Bill McGee, a retired nuclear industry spokesman, told us when he agreed to be interviewed for this book. “It’s just astonishing when you look back on it. When we built the Yankee Atomic plant in Rowe, Massachusetts, in 1960, everybody thought it was a great idea. It was there because Senator Jack Kennedy said, ‘Please build it here.’ Presidents, senators, congressmen, local people—all thought it was great. And we built six other plants. New England had, prior to 1972, seven plants making one third of the electricity in New England. And everybody thought it was a great idea. What happened?”
  204. Giordano, Al: From the Ashes of Dying Newspapers Will Come Authentic News
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Every time a daily newspaper of the obsolete model lays off another round of reporters, more of them come to us to study and learn the craft anew from this very different and opposite angle: from below, as opposed to the top down model that encrusted around them and doomed the previous version of their careers. Truth is, there is a direct correlation between the space in the media sphere that gets freed up every time a daily newspaper loses circ or dies and the increased reach that we and others have as we replace them with a better more people-powered model. So don't mourn the American daily newspaper. Anything you liked about it will continue but from a different set of new media. The time will come when one or more of those publications, or a new one yet to come in the US, will turn to the models that work for the daily Por Esto! or El Libertador or others South of the border, kissing their slavish dependence on advertisers goodbye and throwing their lot in, instead, with the larger multitudes of society.
  205. Giordano, Al: Hollywood's Gary Webb Movie and the Message that Big Media Couldn't Kill
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Gary's email arrived quite by surprise. I knew about his Dark Alliance series, five years prior, documenting the CIA's trafficking of cocaine to fund paramilitary squads in Central America. I also knew he had been pummeled by corporate media and had lost his job over it. "They're trying to turn you into me," he said, “but you can win because you don't have a boss who can sell you out."
  206. Giordano, Al: How Not to Get Eaten When the Dinosaurs Escape from their Cages
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The risks of moving too quickly to occupy TV stations, and “Suggestions for Radicals” who are in for the long haul.
  207. Giordano, Al: Howard Zinn (1922-2010): In Lieu of Flowers, Organize
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Where other leftish icons have spent these decades gnashing their teeth, lecturing and bemoaning how awful everything that happens up above has been (as if most folks born down below didn't already know that by the time we were eight), Howard answered the call, again and again, to help us do something about it. He walked out to the picket lines every time he was called - by neighborhood organizers fighting against his university's real estate grabs, by striking workers that cleaned and fed the students and professors, by almost anyone who organized and fought that asked, and often before they asked, for his support.
  208. Giordano, Al: The Last American Newspaper
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Nostalgia is a particularly Bostonian pastime, and now almost anyone who ever set foot in that city over the past half-decade has another trigger for melancholy. The Boston Phoenix is dead, boys and girls. The Phoenix wasn’t merely the newspaper where I worked in my thirties. It was the place that gave me the time, space and freedom to evolve into who I would become for the rest of my life.
  209. Giordano, Al: Life Inside of the Song of History with Pete Seeger
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Remembering Pete Seeger, his music, and his impact.
  210. Giordano, Al: Mandela's Paradoxes Made His Journey Even Greater
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Mandela was in it to win it. He sought concrete, historic and “big” change, knew that it could not be achieved without the support of public opinion, and proved expertly flexible in, through trial and error, discovering what worked and what did not work, and embracing what did work.
  211. Giordano, Al: The Medical Cannabis Victory: A Textbook Case of Organizing and Resistance
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Shifting from mere activism and advocacy to a referendum strategy also forced significant swathes of drug policy reform movements to enter a new phase: that of community organizing. Referenda in most states require the collection of signatures, which means advocates had to get out of the circle jerk cycle of endless meetings and internal debate and go out there, door to door, to recruit from the general public. Once they got the proposed laws on the ballot that meant campaigning for votes. This marked a paradigm shift in what had been a self-marginalized reform movement: a wake up call.
  212. Giordano, Al: The Medium is The Middleman: For a Revolution Against Media 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    Media now controls a new economic order: one that has supplanted governments, churches and productive industry to impose a mediating tyranny over people and our Daily Lives.
  213. Giordano, Al: The Mexican Student Movement Is Younger & Faster than "Occupy"
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    It has been decades since I have seen any march of this size include a pledge by participants with that much discipline and awareness that the march is about influencing public opinion (in other words, not about "us" but about everyone). It reminds more of the guidelines from the victorious struggles of Ghandi to win independence from colonial rule in India, the civil rights movement of the 50s and 60s and the anti-nuclear movement of the 70s.
  214. Giordano, Al: Nothing Is Ever Won Without Organizing 
    Remarks to the First Nonviolence Training Session of the Mexican Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    All organizing begins with the telling of a story. When we listen carefully to somebody’s story, we learn what motivates him, what she is passionate about. Listening is the first skill and duty of a community organizer. Before we can get somebody to do something, we have to learn what he and she want, which is usually different than what we presumed they wanted.
  215. Giordano, Al: Summit Protests Are Obsolete
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    I can understand why a lot of folks went to the G20 protests, sincerely wanting to stand up and be counted against savage global capitalism and its consequences. The problem is, almost nobody who didn't participate, especially those who only heard of the protests through the media, has any idea what the protests were about, or why the protesters were there.
  216. Giordano, Al: Traite du Savoir-Vivre for the Occupy Wall Street Generations 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Once upon a time, twenty thousand people descended on Wall Street, the capitol of capital, occupied it nonviolently, and won exactly what they demanded. This is not a fairy tale. It really happened. This is the story of how it happened.
  217. Giordano, Al: We Have Still Had It Up to Here: The Year a Movement Was Born
    Mexico’s Struggle to End the Drug War Is Unlike Any in the World

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The truth is that Mexican public opinion has never fully swallowed the fiction – believed by many in the United States – that the drug war is somehow about stopping drugs or their abuse. Almost everybody knows that it is primarily a means to enrich the pockets of corrupt politicians and police.
  218. Giordano, Al: What Some US Reporters Don't Get About Brazil and the Honduras Crisis
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Clueless desk editors like those at the New York Times titled these conflicts "Riots in Honduras." But you don't need to be able to understand Spanish to see and hear that, distinct from rioters, the young people of the neighborhood that came out and violated the military curfew to defend their neighborhood from this police invasion know and have memorized complicated political slogans and rhymes which they chanted in unison. "Riots" are disorganized explosions. This neighborhood, and others like it, however, have been forced by the realities of the coup to organize themselves to a greater extent than ever before.
  219. Giordano, Al: What the Left Should be Learning From Iran 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    There are those on the left who mirror neocon thought: They argue that since Washington is in opposition to it, Iran must therefore be considered a 'good' government, worthy of solidarity. Others argue that if the Iranian state offers social programs and even if it only somewhat resists global capitalism then therefore its violent and authoritarian actions can somehow be justified, forgiven or denied.
  220. Giovannitti, Arturo; Passos, John Dos: Who Killed Carlo Tresca?
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1983
  221. Girard, Gabriel: Queer theories and militant practices
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    A critical look at queer theories.
  222. Girard, Gabriel: Théories et militantismes queer : réflexion à partir de l'exemple français
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
  223. Girard, Marie-Rose: Miemose Raconte
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1988
  224. Girardet, Herbert: The Gaia Atlas of Cities
    New Directions for Sustainable Urban Living

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1993
  225. Girdner, Eddie; Smith, Jack: Killing Me Softly
    Toxic Waste, Corporate Profit, and the Struggle for Environmental Justice

    Resource Type: Book
    Examines the growth of the toxic waste industry and the economic logic behind its expansion. It gives a hard-hitting account of the damage it has done throughout the United States.
  226. Girous, Henry: War Colleges
    The Politics of Militarization and Corporatization in Higher Education

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    One consequence of the increasing militarization of American society can be seen in changes that have taken place in public and higher education. Schools have become the testing grounds for new modes of security and military-style authority.
  227. Giroux, Henry: America's Descent Into Madness
    The Politics of Cruelty

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    The mainstream media spins stories that are largely racist, violent, and irresponsible. Anti-public intellectuals promotes a culture of consumerism.
  228. Giroux, Henry: The Mad Violence of Casino Capitalism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    American society is morally bankrupt and politically broken, and its vision of the future appears utterly dystopian. As the United States descends into the dark abyss of an updated form of totalitarianism, the unimaginable has become imaginable in that it has become possible not only to foresee the death of the essential principles of constitutional democracy, but also the birth of what Hannah Arendt once called the horror of dark times.
  229. Giroux, Henry: Terrorizing School Children in the American Police State
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Americans live in an age, to rephrase, W.E.B. Dubois, in which violence has become the problem of the twenty-first century. As brutalism comes to shape every public encounter, democratic values and the ethical imagination wither under the weight of neoliberal capitalism and post-racial racism.
  230. Giroux, Henry A.: The Corporate Stranglehold on Education 
    Is Higher Education in Need of a Moral Bailout?

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Rather than challenge the economic irresponsibility, ecological damage, and human suffering, and culture of cruelty unleashed by free market fundamentalism, higher education appears to be one of its staunchest defenders, uncritically embracing a view of itself based on a market model of the academy.
  231. Giroux, Henry A.: Militant Hope in the Age of Trump
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    Debates over whether Donald Trump was a fascist or Hillary Clinton was a right-wing warmonger and tool of Wall Street were a tactical diversion. The real questions that should have been debated include: What measures could have been taken to prevent the United States from sliding further into a distinctive form of authoritarianism?
  232. Giroux, Henry A.: Torture and the Violence of Organized Forgetting
    A Form of Moral Paralysis

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    With the release of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on torture, it becomes clear that in the aftermath of the loathsome terrorist attack of 9/11, the United States entered into a new and barbarous stage in its history, one in which acts of violence and moral depravity were not only embraced but celebrated.
  233. Giroux, Henry A.: The University in Chains
    Confronting the Military-Industrial-Academic Complex

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    Details how two decades of shifts in university funding brought increased intrusions by corporate and military forces onto university. After 9/11, the intelligence agencies pushed campuses to see the CIA and campus secrecy in a new light, and, as traditional funding sources for social science research declined, the intelligence community gained footholds on campuses.
  234. Gitlin, Todd: Mass Media in the Making and Unmaking of the New Left
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1980
    An analysis of the media's prediliction for "politics of confrontation" in America in the late 60's. He focuses on how the media distorted the anti-war movement.
  235. Gitlin, Todd: The Sixties 
    Years of Hope, Days of Rage

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1987
    One of the best books on the Sixties in the U.S., bringing to life the political and cultural currents, including especially the music, which raged during that decade, and setting them in historical context.
  236. gjohnsit: The day the Klan messed with the wrong people
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    By the mid-1950's the Civil Rights Movement was gaining momentum and the KKK decided they had to fight back. James W. "Catfish" Cole, the Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan in South Carolina, made a critical mistake that couldn't be avoided by a racist mind - he was completely ignorant of the people he was about to mess with.
  237. gjohnsit: Dominican Republic to be 'Socially Cleaned' in two days
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    In two days about a quarter of a million people will be made stateless. They will have no homes, no passports, and no civil rights. There are several reasons for this, but the primary reason is racism. At issue is a ruling by the Constitutional Court in the Dominican Republic to strip away the citizenship of several generations of Dominicans. According to the decision, Dominicans born after 1929 to parents who are not of Dominican ancestry are to have their citizenship revoked. The ruling affects an estimated 250,000 Dominican people of Haitian descent, including many who have had no personal connection with Haiti for several generations.
  238. Glaberman, Martin: The American Working Class in Historical Persepctive 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1973
    A review of Jeremy Brecher's Strike! (See CX6590)
  239. Glaberman, Martin: 'Be his payment high or low'
    The American Working Class in the Sixties

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1965
    Whether workers win a particular struggle or are forced to retreat or manage to hold their own varies considerably with time and place and the particular relationship of forces in each factory. What remains constant throughout, however, is the struggle itself and the search for new social forms.
  240. Glaberman, Martin: Black Cats, White Cats, Wildcats
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1969
    Direct, shop-floor organization have emerged that are willing and able to call strikes in its own name and fight against both the union and the management in a struggle to assert the power of the working class in production.
  241. Glaberman, Martin: Una diferente forma de democracia
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
  242. Glaberman, Martin: A Different Sort of Democracy 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    We do not want to suggest that the democracy of ancient Greece was perfect or that it can be easily be copied in the modern world. Greece was burdened by the dual crimes of slavery and the inferior status of women, as were all ancient societies in the Mediterranean basin and in Asia. What distinguished ancient Athens was that, in that society, human beings began to break out to produce new forms of self-government. That they could not solve all the evils of that time should not be surprising.
  243. Glaberman, Martin: A Different Sort of Democracy - Arabic translation
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
  244. Glaberman, Martin: A Different Sort of Democracy - Japanese translation
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
  245. Glaberman, Martin: The Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1969
    DRUM was formed in May 1968 during the course of a wildcat strike that protested against an increase in production without an increase in man-power. Most of the plant porkchoppers were off in Atlantic City at a union convention and the plant was shut down by a joint effort of older Polish women from the Trim Shop and young black workers.
  246. Glaberman, Martin: Eine andere Art von Demokratie
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    Wie können wir uns eine neue freie und kooperative Gesellschaft ausmalen, wenn wir doch in einer Welt gefangen sind, die von Gier und Engstirnigkeit geprägt ist?
  247. Glaberman, Martin: False Promises: A Review 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1974
    False Promises is a strange book. Despite a certain carelessness of presentation, I recommend it to all concerned with the working class for its extensive documentation of the working-class experience, at work, in the larger society, and in the unions. It is imbued with the conception that freedom is the fundamental quality of revolutionary change and it rejects the strangling doctrines and structures of the union movement and of the vanguard parties. Yet it cannot overcome a conception of working-class consciousness which reduces workers to victims and consciousness to verbalizations.
  248. Glaberman, Martin: Glaberman, Martin - Writings - Index
    Resource Type: Article
    Writings of Martin Glaberman (1918-2001).
  249. Glaberman, Martin: Letter from Marty Glaberman to Zerowork
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
    Martin Glaberman explains some of his criticism of the Zerowork journal.
  250. Glaberman, Martin: Mao as a Dialectician
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1968   Published: 1971
  251. Glaberman, Martin: Marxist Views of the Working Class
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1974
    We are not discussing the working class because we want to find out what the noble worker is all about. We are concerned with social change. The fundamental problem of how you define and how you view the working class is the problem of whether the working class is a viable instrument for social change.
  252. Glaberman, Martin: On Marxism and Method
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    Martin Glaberman writes that the essay by Michael Lowy, "For A Critical Marxism," provides a useful beginning for discussion. His subtitle, “The Centrality of Self-Emancipation,”is an important departure from the more vanguardist views that used to prevail on the left, though it remains rather ambiguous and amorphous. Glaberman addresses two weaknesses that he sees in Lowy's article.
  253. Glaberman, Martin: Punching Out
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1952   Published: 1973
  254. Glaberman, Martin: Remembering C.L.R. James
    A review of C.L.R. James, A Political Biography

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    Worcester's biography of James is both critical and yet sympathetic.
  255. Glaberman, Martin: Revolutionärer Optimist
    Ein Interview mit Martin Glaberman

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2000
  256. Glaberman, Martin: Revolutionary Optimist 
    An interview with Martin Glaberman

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2000
  257. Glaberman, Martin: Structuralism as Defense of the Bureaucratic Status Quo 
    A Dialectical Critique of Althusserian Theory

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1974
    Althusserian theory is deeply conservative and puts obstacles in the way of seeing the truly revolutionary currents that exist in the modern world.
  258. Glaberman, Martin: Terror in Italy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1980
    I have known Toni Negri since 1964, when we met at the University of Padua. I have many disagreements with his theories and his formulations. But I am certain that he is innocent of any complicity with the Moro assassination and/or the Red Brigades. And I am also certain that he deserves a trial that is fairer than the Italian government seems to be willing to give him.
  259. Glaberman, Martin: Una diferente forma de democracia
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
  260. Glaberman, Martin: Unions vs. Workers in the Seventies
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1972
    The tightly knit structures of the big industrial unions leave no room for maneuvering. There is no reasonable way in which young workers can use the union constitution to overturn and overhaul the union structure. The constitution is against them; the money and jobs available to union bureaucrats are against them. And if these fail, the forces of law and order of city, state and federal governments are against them. If that were not enough, the young workers in the factories today are expressing the instinctive knowledge that even if they gained control of the unions and reformed them completely, they would still end up with unions - organizations which owe their existence to capitalist relations of productions.
  261. Glaberman, Martin: Walter Reuther, 'Social Unionist'
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1996
    The book is full of self-serving quotations from Reuther and others that are accepted at face value. There is a very superficial understanding of the auto industry, of life in the union and on the shop floor, and of the left. The huge number of quotations and citations tends to conceal a high degree of inaccuracy and misunderstanding.
  262. Glaberman, Martin: Wartime Strikes
    The struggle against the no-strike pledge in the UAW during World War II

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1980
    The history of the struggle against the no-strike pledge in the United Auto Workers of America (UAW) and the organization of the Rand and File Caucus, accompanied by an analysis of the question of working class consciousness in the light of this experience. Glaberman asks: What is the nature of working class consciousness and how does it relate to the question of whether the working class has the capacity to transform modern society?
  263. Glaberman, Martin: Wildcat I
    From The Factory Songs of Mr. Toad

    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 1994
  264. Glaberman, Martin: Workers have to deal with their own reality and that transforms them
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    I think self-activity is the response of working people to the nature of their lives and work. Sometimes it's good, sometimes it's bad, sometimes it's quiet. Part of the reality is that we're going through a considerable technological revolution, which means that experiences, even jobs, that people depended on and know about, begin to disappear. To expect workers to say, "Yesterday, they automated my factory; today, I know exactly what to do about it," is Utopian. It takes a while. It takes a generation. Workers will learn.
  265. Glaberman, Martin: The Working Class and Social Change
    Four Essays on the Working Class

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1975
    A study of "The Working Class," and the complexities of its definition as economic categories diffused from profound bases of social demarcation during the 1960's.
  266. Glaberman, Martin & Jessie: Martin and Jessie Glaberman Collection
    Papers, 1939-2001

    Resource Type: Unclassified
    The papers of the Marxist radicals Martin Glaberman and Jessie Glaberman, now housed at Wayne State University.
  267. Glaberman, Martin [Martin Harvey]: Strata in the Working Class
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1947
    Many of the lowest union officials have been separated from the ranks to some extent and try to keep their jobs to keep the protection and favors which the job gives them. The lowest layers of the union leadership also develop a legitimate organizational loyalty to their union. They are the conscious union propagandists. But while this is a necessity in the building and maintenance of any organization, in times of crisis this loyalty can temporarily retard good union militants from striking out on a new road.
  268. Glaberman, Martin; Faber, Seymour: Back To The Future 
    The Continuing Relevance of Marx

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2000
    Does anyone seriously believe that the Russian workers who invented soviets in 1905 or overthrew the Tsar in 1917 were free of bigotry, of anti-semitism, of sexism, of national chauvinism? Or the Hungarian workers of 1966? Or the French workers of 1968? (In France there had been considerable display of racism toward African immigrants, a racism that was significantly reduced for a while during the events of May 1968.) Were the Polish workers who created Solidarity in 1980 free of anti-semitism, sexism, the influence of the Catholic Church? What is missing in most of these empirical studies is the theory of Marx. They are based on the depths the working class has reached under capitalism, not the peaks. As a result, they are inherently conservative.
  269. Glaberman, Martin; Faber, Seymour: Working For Wages
    The Roots of Insurgency

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    One of the crucial elements of our subject is contradiction. It is the element that is most difficult for traditional social science to comprehend and deal with. As a result, the conclusions and findings of academic research tend to be tentative and conservative.... The ordinary understanding of working-class activity is based on the idea that consciousness leads to, or causes, action. It would seem more valid to say that action leads to consciousness or, more precisely, that activity and consciousness interact in ways that are rarely predictable.
  270. Gladstone, Arthur: B.C. Ecologue
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1976
    A handbook for study and action on the ecological crisis.
  271. Gladstone, Arthur: Environmental Information Guide for B.C.
    Where to get information to help you learn more about the environmental crisis and do something about it

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1977
    SPEC is a citizens' evnironmental organization, the oldest and largest in British Columbia. Incorporated as a non-profit society in 1969, SPEC has 2000 members and 17 branches throughout the province. Its primary purpose is to protect the vital life-supporting ecosystems in British Columbia and Canada, and to promote the development of a 'Conserver Society' with stable population and conservation of resources.
  272. Glasbeek, Harry: The Great Car Insurance Crash
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1991
    The Ontario NDP's backpedalling from public auto insurance demonstrates that this government doesn't want to take the drivers seat.
  273. Glasby, Geoffrey: Mass Trespass on Kinder Scout in 1932 and the Founding of our National Parks
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2012
  274. Glaser, John: US: Offensive Cyber-Warfare is Illegal... Unless We Do It
    Resource Type: Unclassified
    First Published: 2013
    The US government declares that cyberwarfare directed against the US would be an act of war -- and, oh, by the way, that it is agressively engaged in cyberwarfare against foreign countries.
  275. Glassgold, Peter: Anarchy!
    An Anthology of Emma Goldman's "Mother Earth"

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001
    A collection of articles from 'Mother Earth', as an introduction to different anarchist points of view.
  276. Glatz, Eric: Prostitution Rights
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1980
    Decriminalization takes prostitution from the jurisdiction of the criminal code. It means private sexual acts between consenting adults are placed outside the realm of criminal laws.
  277. Glavin, Terry: Anti-War Movement's Strange Allies: Hard Line Islamists
    Canada's progressive Muslims wonder why left would embrace theocrats

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    Canada's anti-war movement has become not only the primary vehicle for an obscure, formerly left-wing group that attacks anyone who opposes Shariah courts in Canada, it's also now the main source of public respectability for a Toronto think-tank that advocates for the establishment of theocracies that hang gay people.
  278. Glazebrook, Daniel: Deadliest Terror in the World: The West's Latest Gift to Africa
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Nigeria's Boko Haram are now officially the deadliest terror group in the world. That they have reached this position is a direct consequence of Cameron and Co's war on Libya - and one that was perhaps not entirely unintended.
  279. Glendinning, Chellis: The Repression Strengthened Us!
    Letter From Bolivia

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
  280. Glendinning, Chellis: The Techno-Fantasies of Evo Morales
    The Consequences of Modernization

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    There are two different Evo Morales: the one who makes international eco-proclamations and the one, at home, who is pushing dams, uranium excavation, cell towers, and mega-highways.
  281. Glennon, Patrick: "Listen, Yankee!": Tom Hayden Captures Absurdity of Cuban Embargo
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The US embargo of Cuba, like a bad hangover from the Cold War, has lingered on for far too long. After decades of bingeing on the country's particularly potent brand of anticommunism, the nation's ruling elite has found it near impossible to kick its predilection for holding Cuba to a higher standard than it does for putative US allies and, for that matter, the United States itself.
  282. Glick, Brian: War at Home
    Vovert action against US activists and what we can do about it

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1999
  283. Glickman Gene: The Thrust Toward Opacity
    Shh! It's a Secret!

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Lately we’ve been bombarded by Secrets. We don’t know many of the details, but we do know of their existence, at least some of them. Let’s turn briefly to some specifics, first in the area of intelligence and surveillance, then in the terrain of military and paramilitary actions, and finally in the sphere of economic efforts.
  284. Global Tomorrow Coalition, Edited by Walter H. Corso: The Global Ecology Handbook:
    What You Can Do About the Environmental Crisis

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
  285. Global Voices: The Biggest Threat to Mexican Journalists Aren't Drug Cartels Anymore
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Northern Mexico and the drug cartels have dangerous reputations; especially for journalists. This should come to a surprise to no one. This year, however, the danger seems to have shifted in both location and source. Of the six journalists that were killed in Mexico this year, all of them were killed in the south; most likely at the hands of police officers and politicians.
  286. Global Witness: How many more
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    New report shows killings of environmental activists are increasing, with indigenous communities hardest hit. Global Witness shines a spotlight on Honduras - the most dangerous country to be an environmental defender.
  287. Global Women's Strike: Women in the Venezuelan Revolution
    Against The Current vol. 115

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    In the referendum of 15 August, 2004 Venezuelans reaffirmed Hugo Chávez as president by a vote of 59% to 41%. We know that the 59% was overwhelmingly the voice of the poorest, not only reaffirming Chávez in power but insisting that the program of change continue and increase.
  288. Glossop, Robert: Separation and Divorce Have Been a Boon to the Economy
    Resource Type: Article
    Stable marriages and families are considered harmful to economic growth.
  289. Glouberman, Sholom: Towards a New Perspective on Health Policy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2001
    A summary of four case studies dissecting the relationship between the health of an individual and that individual's social living circumstances.
  290. Gluckstein, Donny (ed.): Fighting On All Fronts
    Popular resistance in the Second World War

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    Gluckstein explores the impact of mass popular movements during World War Two.
  291. Gluckstein, Ygael: Mao's China
    Economic and Political Survey

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1957
  292. Goddard, John: Last Stand of the Lubicon Cree
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
  293. Godinot, Xavier (ed.): Eradicating Extreme Poverty
    Democracy, Globalisation and Human Rights

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2012
    A new approach to eradicating extreme poverty, contrasted with conventional "top-down" approaches.
  294. Godrej, Dinyar: The No-Nonsense Guide to Climate Change
    Resource Type: Book
  295. Goeden, Gerry: What Will the World Inherit From GE Salmon?
    Uncharted Waters

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    It’s true; about 50 percent of the fish we eat are farmed. There is good reason for this as, one by one, the world’s commercial fisheries collapse through overfishing. According to FAO (2010), 70% of the world’s large commercial fisheries have either failed or are not far from it.
  296. Goines, Lisa; Hagler, Louis: Noise Pollution: A Modern Plague
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
    Environmental noise pollution, a form of air pollution, is a threat to health and well-being. It is more severe and widespread than ever before, and it will continue to increase in magnitude and severity because of population growth, urbanization, and the associated growth in the use of increasingly powerful, varied, and highly mobile sources of noise. It will also continue to grow because of sustained growth in highway, rail, and air traffic, which remain major sources of environmental noise. The potential health effects of noise pollution are numerous, pervasive, persistent, and medically and socially significant.
  297. Goita, Mamadou: Advancing Food Sovereignty to Transform Economies
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Food sovereignty can transform local, national, and regional markets to support countries’ domestic economies and allow us to create wealth, both in production and knowledge.
  298. Goldacre, Ben: What the Tamiflu Saga tells us about Drug Trials and Big Pharma
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    We now know the government's Tamiflu stockpile wouldn't have done us much good in the event of a flu epidemic. But the secrecy surrounding clinical trials means there's a lot we don't know about other medicines we take, says Ben Goldacre.
  299. Goldberg, Herb: The Hazards of Being Male
    Surviving the Myth of Masculine Privilege

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1977
  300. Goldberg, Kim: The Barefoot Channel
    Community Television as a Tool for Social Change

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
    How you or you group can use local community TV station to get your message out.
  301. Goldberg, Kim: Submarine Dead Ahead!
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
  302. Goldberger, Rev. Pierre: Theological Reflections on the P.Q. Victory
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1978
  303. Golden, Aubrey: Speech by Aubrey Golden to the N.F.U. Convention
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
    A speech given to the National Farmer's Union regarding the differences between a police force and a security service and the importance of keeping the two seperate.
  304. Goldenberg, Suzanne: CO2 Emissions are Being 'Outsourced' by Rich Countries to Rising Economies
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Greenhouse gas output of China and elsewhere is increased by making goods that are then used in the US and Europe.
  305. Goldenberg, Suzanne: Fracking hell: what it's really like to live next to a shale gas well
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013   Published: 2014
    Nausea, headaches and nosebleeds, invasive chemical smells, constant drilling, slumping property prices – welcome to Ponder, Texas, where fracking has overtaken the town.
  306. Goldfield, Michael: Black Liberation, Working-Class Unity, and the Popular Front: A Reply to Mel Rothenberg
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    MEL ROTHENBERG HAS written a generous review of my book The Color of Politics, (Against the Current 75, July/ August 1998), in which he praises and succinctly summarizes certain of my key arguments. For this I am, of course, grateful. On one issue, however, Rothenberg draws conclusions with which I wish to disassociate myself, conclusions that I believe do not flow from my writing or analysis. The issue concerns his assertion about the importance and salutary effect of popular front approaches...
  307. Goldfield, Michael: The Color of Politics
    Race and the Mainsprings of American Politics

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1997
  308. Goldfield, Michael: On Walter Reuther: Legends and Lessons
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    When we attempt to evaluate the best strategies for revitalization of the labor movement, it is good to know, in an older vernacular, which approaches and leaders were part of the problem and which were part of the solution.
  309. Goldfield, Michael: A Reply to Nelson Lichtenstein: Assessing Union Leaderships
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    What is the relation of even the most liberal bureaucrats to capital (why do they inevitably downplay the fight for equality, why are they so much in favor of collaboration, corporatist approaches, in contrast to class mobilization)? It is important to carefully dissect the approaches (without sentimentality or holding back) of those groups that purported to be for class solidarity and opposed to capitalism and capitalists.
  310. Goldin, Frances; Smith, Debby; Smith, Michael (eds.): Imagine
    Living in a Socialist USA

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2014
    Imagine: Living in a Socialist USA is at once an indictment of American capitalism as the root cause of our spreading dystopia and a cri di coeur for what life could be like in the United States if we had economic as well as a real political democracy. It features thirty-one essays by revolutionary thinkers and activists on various aspects of a new society and, crucially, on how to get from where we are now to where we want to be, living in a society that is truly fair and just.
  311. Goldman, Emma: Anarchism and Other Essays
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1910
  312. Goldman, Emma: Anarchism: What It Really Stands For  
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1910
    Anarchsim: The philosophy of a new social order based on liberty unrestricted by man-made law; the theory that all forms of government rest on violence, and are therefore wrong and harmful, as well as unnecessary.
  313. Goldman, Emma: The Hypocrisy of Puritanism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1917
    More than art, more than estheticism, life represents beauty in a thousand variations; it is, indeed, a gigantic panorama of eternal change. Puritanism, on the other hand, rests on a fixed and immovable conception of life; it is based on the Calvinistic idea that life is a curse, imposed upon man by the wrath of God. In order to redeem himself man must do constant penance, must repudiate every natural and healthy impulse, and turn his back on joy and beauty.
  314. Goldman, Emma: Living My Life
    Resource Type: Book
  315. Goldman, Emma: My Disillusionment in Russia
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1925
    Anarchist Emma Goldman recounts her experiences in Russia during the early years of the Revolution, and her subsequent disillusionment with the Bolshevik regime.
  316. Goldman, Emma: Prisons: A Social Crime and Failure
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1917
    The methods of coping with crime have no doubt undergone several changes, but mainly in a theoretic sense. In practice, society has retained the primitive motive in dealing with the offender; that is, revenge. It has also adopted the theologic idea; namely, punishment; while the legal and 'civilized' methods consist of deterrence or terror, and reform.
  317. Goldman, Emma: The Psychology of Political Violence
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1917
    Compared with the wholesale violence of capital and government, political acts of violence are but a drop in the ocean. That so few resist is the strongest proof how terrible must be the conflict between their souls and unbearable social iniquities.
  318. Goldman, Emma: Trotsky Protests Too Much
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1938
    Leon Trotsky is outraged that people should have revived the Kronstadt 'episode' and ask questions about his part. It does not occur to him that those who have come to his defence against his detractor have a right to ask what methods he had employed when he was in power, and how he had dealt with those who did not subscribe to his dictum as gospel truth.
  319. Goldman, Emma (edited by Shulman, Alix Kates): Red Emma Speaks
    Selected Writings and Speeches by Emma Goldman

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1972
    A collection of essays which provide a comprehensive view of Emma Goldman's theories and beliefs.
  320. Goldman, Emma; Berkman, Alexander: Sacco and Vanzetti
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1929
    This struggle marks the real history of progress. Its heroes are not the Napoleons and the Bismarcks, not the generals and politicians. Its path is lined with the unmarked graves of the Saccos and Vanzettis of humanity, dotted with the auto-da-fé, the torture chambers, the gallows and the electric chair. To those martyrs of justice and liberty we owe what little of real progress and civilization we have today.
  321. Goldman, Michael (ed.): Privatizing Nature
    Political Struggles for the Global Commons

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1998
    Contributors examine the reasons behind the political resurgence of the commons, and the widespread struggle to transform existing nature-society relations into ones that are non-exploitative, socially just and ecologically healthy.
  322. Goldner, Loren: The Agrarian Question in the Russian Revolution
    From Material Community to Productivism, and Back

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    This article was conceived as Part One of a three-part series which would be: 1) the revolutionary epoch 1917–1923, and the ultimately disastrous international influence of the Russian Revolution, illustrated in the cases of the very early French, German, Italian and US Communist Parties; 2) the failed return of the “vanguard party” (Trotskyism, Maoism) in the period from 1968 to 1977 and 3) the ongoing recomposition of the world working class, and forms of worker organization and self-organization, today and tomorrow.
  323. Goldner, Loren: American Primitive in Red, Black and White: Race and Class in the U.S. 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1989
    The centrality of race in the formation of the American working class, its inseparability from the question of class, can be stated very succinctly: in 1848 and 1968, when working-class upsurges exploded in Europe under the slogans of "socialism" and "communism", American working-class containment in the Democratic Party was exploded by the race question. This is the key to the Americanization of Marxism.
  324. Goldner, Loren: Anti-Capitalism or Anti-Imperialism?
    Interwar Authoritarian and Fascist Sources of A Reactionary Ideology: The Case of the Bolivian MNR

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Recounts the evolution of the core pre-MNR intelligentsia and future leadership of the movement and its post-1952 government from anti-Semitic, pro-fascist, pro-Axis ideologues in the mid-1930?s to bourgeois nationalists receiving considerable US aid after 1952.
  325. Goldner, Loren: The Anti-Colonial Movement in Vietnam
    Book Review: Ngo Van, Vietnam, 1920-1945

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
  326. Goldner, Loren: Beth Macy, Factory Man: How One Furniture Maker Battled Offshoring, Stayed Local—and Helped Save an American Town (2014) (Review)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
  327. Goldner, Loren: The Biggest 'October Surprise' Of All: A World Capitalist Crash 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    Today we see the Western bourgeoisie, disarmed by its own neo-liberal ideology, falling back in a flash on Keynesianism, injecting hundreds of billions of dollars into the banking system to stave off collapse, and dusting off forgotten laws and powers from 70 years ago to push through their emergency measures.
  328. Goldner, Loren: Book Review: John Eric Marot, The October Revolution in Prospect and Retrospect: Interventions in Russian and Soviet History (2012)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    This is a book review concerning a very important book, one of the very few books published since 1991 on the “Russian Question” that will compel people (this reviewer included), long wedded to different characterizations of the post-1917 or post-1929 Soviet regime, to think through their commitments.
  329. Goldner, Loren: Break Their Haughty Power 
    Resource Type: Website
    Articles on capitalism, socialism, and revolution, from a left-Marxist perspective.
  330. Goldner, Loren: China in the Contemporary World Dynamic of Accumulation and Class Struggle
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    The Chinese ruling elite is riding the whirlwind precisely because its own necessary reforms are quite visibly setting in motion social processes that could completely overwhelm it, namely a working-class and peasant insurrection which would necessarily assume a truly socialist content.
  331. Goldner, Loren: The Chinese Working Class in the Global Capitalist Crisis
    Revolutionary Mass Strike or a New Bureaucratic Containment?

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    By 2012, there were upwards of 100,000 “incidents” of popular unrest per year, ranging from strikes to riots to confrontations with local authorities over rural land seizures and real estate development. 2014 saw the highest number of strikes (12,000) ever, quite outside the control of the All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU), the discredited state-sponsored union. The regime has thus far been successful in keeping these struggles dispersed and localized, aimed at local authorities rather than the central government. Environmental destruction, pollution and health hazards are also increasingly at issue.
  332. Goldner, Loren: Class Struggle in the Unemployment Capital of Europe: Lower Andalucia, 1995-96
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1996
  333. Goldner, Loren: Clausewitz on the Pampas: An Argentine Snapshot as Latin America Moves Leftward
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
  334. Goldner, Loren: Communism is the Material Human Community: Amadeo Bordiga Today
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1991
  335. Goldner, Loren: A Critique of Kim Moody's An Injury to All
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1989
    Moody's book is no academic study, but looks at the labor movement "from the bottom up"; the author has witnessed and to some extent participated in the many defeats and handful of victories of the past 15 years.
  336. Goldner, Loren: The Demise of Andy Stern and the Question of Unions in Contemporary Capitalism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    A meaningful advance of workers’ struggles means bringing into existence class-wide organizations. Where those with such a perspective find themselves, by hook or by crook, in trade unions, the issue is to broaden struggles to include the unemployed wherever possible.
  337. Goldner, Loren: Didn't See The Same Movie
    Review of Max Elbaum, Revolution in the Air: Sixties Radicals Turn to Lenin, Mao and Che.

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2003
  338. Goldner, Loren: The 'Dollar' Crisis, and Us 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    A capitalist crisis like the current one resembles a poker game where the table is swept clean and all cards and chips must be redistributed for the game to continue at all. This could happen as an 'orderly bankruptcy proceeding' but it will most likely happen (as it has always happened in the past) chaotically, through economic blowout, class confrontation, and war.
  339. Goldner, Loren: Facing Reality 45 Years Later 
    Critical Dialogue with James/Lee/Chaulieu

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2003
    According to Goldner, "In 1958, Facing Reality was an important book, uncannily anticipatory of the historical period which would unfold over the following 15 years. Its main assertions are still being debated.... What I find most interesting in Facing Reality is not so much the answers it offers as the questions it asks. Those questions revolve around the role of the revolutionary Marxist party today.
  340. Goldner, Loren: Fictitious Capital and Contracted Social Reproduction Today: China and Permanent Revolution
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Once gain, as in 1914, capital requires, in order to survive as capital, a vast devalorization of all existing values, however great the destruction of human beings and means of production which that entails.
  341. Goldner, Loren: Fictitious Capital for Beginners 
    Imperialism, 'Anti-Imperialism', and the Continuing Relevance of Rosa Luxemburg

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
    Rosa Luxemburg's framework enabled her to see how capitalism could ultimately destroy society - barbarism, in her words, or the 'mutual destruction of the contending classes' as the Communist Manifesto put it in 1847 - by being required to turn more and more to primitive accumulation and non-reproduction, a prophecy we see materializing before our eyes today.
  342. Goldner, Loren: Fictitious Capital, Real Retrogression
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2002
    Rarely in its history has capital been so explicit in affirming that people exist for the well-being of the economy rather than the opposite. What is prescribed today in a language synthesizing Orwell and Goebbels is 'reform', 'flexibility', 'risk', 'perfect markets = perfect democracy' and above all the pulverization of anything smacking of the 'social', from job security to decent retirement to public housing to welfare to progressive taxation to health care to unemployment insurance to the Social Security system to state-owned enterprises.
  343. Goldner, Loren: Fictitious Capital and the Transition Out of Capitalism 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    To understand the weight of fictitious capital in the current context, it is necessary to look beyond the merely economic to the class struggle. Despite the colossal efforts of ideology to deny or trivialize social antagonism, everything today is shaped by class struggle, both the one-sided class struggle waged for 30 years by the capitalist class, and even more so the potential threat of a two-sided struggle to re-emerge into the open.
  344. Goldner, Loren: From Cairo to Madison, The Old Mole Comes Up For An Early Spring
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Individual sectors, even as large as public employees in the U.S., have to reach out to all those who have been ground down over the past forty years. Any working-class movement worthy of the name embraces the interests of the most oppressed, and that today includes the 15-20% of the U.S. population currently unemployed and increasingly foreclosed into homelessness, the casuals and temps, the harassed immigrant workers both legal and illegal, the millions of marginalized youth, white black and Latino, and the three million people in prison. We know very well that not every struggle that erupts can immediately enlist all such people, but a “climate” must be created in which that universal outreach—what we might call a “class for itself” orientation– is understood as a necessity.
  345. Goldner, Loren: From National Bolshevism to Ecologism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1980
    National Bolshevism, which made its appearance in the German council movement in 1920, was initially created by two ex-militants of the American I.W.W., who played in Germany the same role as anarcho-syndicalism in Italian fascism, confirming once again that non-Marxist anti-capitalism is a sine qua non in the development of fascism.
  346. Goldner, Loren: The Fusion of Anabaptist, Indian and African as the American Radical Tradition
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1987
    The native American radical tradition, originating ultimately in the radical religious currents who "lost" at the very dawn of capitalism, and their meeting with the non-Western peoples--Indian and African--who shaped early American culture as much as white people, might have something very unique to contribute to the current and still completely unresolved crisis of the international revolutionary left.
  347. Goldner, Loren: General Perspectives on the Capitalist Development State and Class Struggle in East Asia
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    A discussion regarding the rise of the leftist movement in East Asia.
  348. Goldner, Loren: Global Leveraged Buyout or the "Longest Boom in Capitalist History"?
    A Reply to Robert Fitch

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Fitch's recent article, while making some good points about the unraveling of the world financial system, is seriously flawed.
  349. Goldner, Loren: Great Game II
    From Tallinn to Seoul and Tokyo, by Way of Kiev, the Declining American Superpower Lashes Out on the Borders of Russia and China

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    The US is playing the Great Game II from Estonia to Korea as a strategy to keep the Eurasian powers off balance and to preserve the ever-growing mass of nomad dollars from deflation and displacement.
  350. Goldner, Loren: Herman Melville: Between Charlemagne and the Antemosaic Man
    RACE, CLASS AND THE CRISIS OF BOURGEOIS IDEOLOGY IN AN AMERICAN RENAISSANCE WRITER

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
  351. Goldner, Loren: The Historical Moment That Produced Us 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    As we emerge, hopefully, from this dismal period of rollback, we recall Rosa Luxemburg's remark, shortly before her murder in 1919: "The revolution says: I was, I am, I shall be!" We assert the ongoing reality of communism, "the real movement developing before our eyes," as Marx put it in the Manifesto. Like Hegel's "knights of history," we locate our identities not in any immediacy but in the emerging new universal that must be the cutting edge of the next global offensive.
  352. Goldner, Loren: History and Realization of the Material Imagination
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1979
    Questions the currently existing lines between "culture" and "nature" and to posit a possible unitary theory encompassing both.
  353. Goldner, Loren: A Hollowed-Out Keynesian Warfare State
    American Democracy Today and Historically

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2003
    The Democratic Party today is a party of corporate lawyers. Forty years ago, it was still rooted in local urban political machines and in the unions. A similar gap has arisen between the business elite that controls the Republican Party and the small-town lower-middle class constituency that supports the Republican "cultural agenda" of a backlash against "permissiveness", as on the abortion issue, or the separation of church and state. The entire official political system is mobilized with a "hard" Hobbesian edge against the "social": the program is to close factories, close schools, close hospitals, build prisons.
  354. Goldner, Loren: International Liquidity and Class Struggle: A First Approximation
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    In my view, the current situation is merely the latest eruption of a crisis in accumulation that first surfaced ca. 1965 in the simultaneous recessions in the U.S., Germany and Japan, signaling that the postwar boom was running out of steam.
  355. Goldner, Loren: Introduction to the Johnson-Forest Tendency and the Background to 'Facing Reality'
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
  356. Goldner, Loren: J. Arch Getty, Practicing Stalinism: Bolsheviks, Boyars and the Persistence of Tradition (Yale, 2013) (Review)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Review of Practicing Stalinism: Bolsheviks, Boyars and the Persistence of Tradition by J. Arch Getty (Yale, 2013).
  357. Goldner, Loren: The Korean Working Class: From Mass Strike to Casualization and Retreat, 1987-2008
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
  358. Goldner, Loren: Loren Goldner speaks on the current capitalist crisis
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2010
    Writer and activist Loren Goldner contextualizes the current economic crisis and class struggles in a theory of capitalist development.
  359. Goldner, Loren: Marx, Hegel, Ricardo; The "Inverted World" in the Heart of the Critique of Political Economy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
  360. Goldner, Loren: Marx et Makhno a la rencontre de McDonald's
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    A Paris, les travailleurs précaires qui sont sortis vaniqueurs de plusieurs grèves en ont perud d'autres avec les honneurs à cause des méthodes à la fois légales et illégales des syndicats et des ultra-syndicalistes.
  361. Goldner, Loren: Marx and Makhno Meet McDonald's 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    Over the last several years, a revolving network of militants in Paris, France, have developed a strategy and tactics for winning strikes by marginal, low-paid, outsourced and immigrant workers against international chains, in situations where the strikers are often ignored by unions to which they nominally belong, or are actually obstructed by them.
  362. Goldner, Loren: Marxism and the Critique of Scientific Ideology
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1983   Published: 1992
  363. Goldner, Loren: Max Eastman: One American Radical's View of the 'Bolshevization' of the American Revolutionary Movement and a Forgotten, and Unforgettable, Portrait of Trotsky
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
  364. Goldner, Loren: Multiculturalism or World Culture? 
    On a "Left"-Wing Response to Contemporary Social Breakdown

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1991   Published: 2000
    Post-modernists are profoundly bored by any questions of economics and technology which cannot be connected to cultural differences. The implicit agenda of the multiculturalists is to present the values associated with intensive capitalist accumulation as "white male", so "non-white" peoples such as Japanese or Koreans who currently embody those values with a greater fervour than most "whites" are ignored.
  365. Goldner, Loren: The Nazis and Deconstruction: Jean-Pierre Faye's Demolition of Derrida 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1993
    A review of Jean-Pierre Faye's book 'La raison narrative', which traces the Nazi origins of deconstructionist and post-modernist concepts and terminology. Faye shows, for example, that the concept of 'deconstruction' was introduced in a Nazi journal edited by M.H. Goering, and he shows how theorists who based themselves on Heidegger's writings, such as Derrida, Lyotard, and Lacoue-Labarthe, whitewashed Heidegger's Nazism, treating it as a mere 'detail'.
  366. Goldner, Loren: 1973 Redux?: Continuity and Discontinuity in the Decline of Dollar-Centered World Accumulation
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    The world today is poised between the U.S. and East Asian centered phases of capitalist expansion.
  367. Goldner, Loren: Notes Towards a Critique of Maoism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Maoism was part of a broader movement in the twentieth century of what might be called “bourgeois revolutions with red flags,” as in Vietnam or North Korea. To understand this, it is important to see that Maoism was one important result of the defeat of the world revolutionary wave in 30 countries (including China itself) which occurred in the years after World War I. The major defeat was in Germany (1918–1921), followed by the defeat of the Russian Revolution (1921 and thereafter), culminating in Stalinism.
  368. Goldner, Loren: On The Non-Formation of a Working-Class Political Party in the U.S., 1900-1945
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1983   Published: 2002
    Thus the basic thesis presented here is that no major working-class political party developed in the U.S. in the 20th century because in the U.S., in contrast to all other major capitalist countries, capitalism made the transition to the intensive ("Taylorist" or "Fordist") phase of accumulation without requiring the participation of a working-class political party in the state.
  369. Goldner, Loren: Once Again, On Fictitious Capital
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2003
    Luxemburg rightly took seriously, as a guide to Capital, Marx's vision of capitalism as a transitory phase between feudalism and socialism, and analyzed capitalism's expanded reproduction of society as meaningful in laying the material basis for a higher form of society.
  370. Goldner, Loren: 150 Years After the Communist Manifesto
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    Loren Goldner writes: "Every generation of communists, beginning with Marx, has made the understandable mistake of believing that it lived in the "final days". Marx was righter than he knew when he described communism as the "old mole", which burrows beneath the surface, seems to have disappeared, and then reappears stronger than ever before. It is necessary to ask where the old mole is today."
  371. Goldner, Loren: The Online World Is Also On Fire
    How the Sixties Marginalized Literature in American Culture (and Why Literature Mainly Deserved It)

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1995
  372. Goldner, Loren: Ontological "Difference" and the Neo-Liberal War on the Social 
    Deconstruction and Deindustrialization

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2001
    We have today legions of people with a smattering of knowledge turning out reams of books filled with buzz words that could be (and have been) produced by a computer program, and could be (and are) picked up in peer-group shop talk in a few months at the nearest humanities program or academic conference. Everyone these people don't like is trapped in a "gaze"; everyone "constitutes" their "identity" by "discourse"; to the fuddy-duddy "master narratives" that talk about such indelicate subjects as world accumulation these people counterpose "pastiche" and "bricolage", the very idea of being in any way systematic smacking of "totalitarianism"; it is blithely assumed that everyone except heterosexual white males now and for all time have been "subversives" (one wonders why we are still living under capitalism); a crippling relativism makes it somehow "imperial" to criticize public beheadings in Saudi Arabia or cliterodectomy practiced on five-year old girls in the Sudan.
  373. Goldner, Loren: Philip Mirowski, Never Let A Serious Crisis Go To Waste (Book Review)
    How Neoliberalism Survived the Financial Meltdown (Verso, 2013)

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Philip Mirowski has written an important book, one well worth reading. Both an economist and an historian/philosopher of science, Mirowski is unusual in being highly attuned to the purging (long ago) of both economic history and the history of economic thought from the Anglo-American academic “economics” curriculum.
  374. Goldner, Loren: Post-Modernism Meets the IMF: The Case of Poland
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1990
    The historical experience of Stalinism has delayed by decades, perhaps generations, the maturation of the historical project, first elaborated by Marx, of a positive supercession of the formal juridical universality of "civil", or bourgeois society, and the commodity status of labor power in that society upon which it rests. Nothing illustrates the weight of the albatross of Stalinism better than Polish society in the past decade.
  375. Goldner, Loren: Presentation / Critique of Eamonn Fingleton, In Praise of Hard Industries: Why Manufacturing, Not the Information Economy, Is the Key to Future Prosperity
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    Fingleton makes possible an understanding of how deeply our experience over the past three decades in the U.S. has been conditioned and distorted by de-industrialization and the supposed triumph of the "post-industrial" "New Paradigm" economy associated with the computer, the Internet, e-commerce and so forth. His book is one big broadside against the feelgood ideologies which have hyped these developments, and provides much ammunition which the radical left can put to its own uses.
  376. Goldner, Loren: Production or Reproduction?
    Against A Reductionist Reading of Capital In the Left Milieu, And Elsewhere

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2002
    Most readers of Capital come to it with a 'tool kit' of prejudices acquired from their immediate political and social milieu, (and one of course influenced by the dominant society), a 'tool kit' usually imbued with various 'hard-headed' ideas about an early and a late Marx, about Marx as being a completion of the political economy of Smith and Ricardo (and not the critique of political economy, as the sub-title of his book suggests), that this late Marx was and economist in the way that Keynes or Milton Friedman are (in fact) economists, and so on.
  377. Goldner, Loren: Race and the Enlightenment
    Part I: From Anti-Semitism to White Supremacy, 1492-1676

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
  378. Goldner, Loren: Race and the Enlightenment
    Part II: The Anglo-French Enlightenment and Beyond

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
  379. Goldner, Loren: Recent Class Struggles in the USA
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2003
  380. Goldner, Loren: The Remaking of the American Working Class
    The Restructuring of Global Capital and the Recomposition of Class Terrain

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1981   Published: 1999
    Today, one can only be practical by posing contemporary problems where they have, in fact, always been located: not in the "factory", the material condensation of the capitalist juridical entity par excellence the enterprise, but at the level of the total worker (Gesamtarbeiter) and his alienated phantom, the total capital.
  381. Goldner, Loren: The Renaissance and Rationality
    The Status of the Enlightenment Today

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1995
  382. Goldner, Loren: Review: Nick Turse, Kill Anything That Moves. The Real American War in Vietnam (2013)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Review of Nick Turse's book Kill Anything That Moves. The Real American War in Vietnam.
  383. Goldner, Loren: Revolutionary "Termites" in Faridabad
    A Proletarian Current In India Confronts Third Worldist Statism

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    Kamunist Kranti/Collectivities: Presentation and Critical Dialogue
  384. Goldner, Loren: The Russian Revolution Revisited - Review
    Against The Current vol. 161

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012   Published: 2102
    A review of 'The October Revolution in Prospect and Retrospect: Interventions in Russian and Soviet History' by John Eric Marot.
  385. Goldner, Loren: Seattle: The First US Riot Against "Globalization"?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2000
    The brief, ephemeral opening of the sense that "nothing will ever be the same" experienced by some in Seattle and in the wake of Seattle will close again quickly without a strategy for a real internationalism, an internationalism in which criticisms of slave labor in China or child labor in India are joined to, e.g. a practical critique of the mushroom-like proliferation of sweatshops and prison labor in the U.S.
  386. Goldner, Loren: Short History of the World Working-Class Movement from Lassalle to Neo-Liberalism
    The Distorting Hegemony of the Unproductive Middle Classes

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1988
    This essay is a kind of "thought experiment", attempting to trace the career and impact of the "man of negation", ultimately theorized by Hegel as the "Prussian monarch" who "universally labors" in the realm of the state (and hence art, philosophy and religion) but whose "labor" does not transform nature, does not engage in what the Theses on Feuerbach call "sensuous transformative activity".
  387. Goldner, Loren: The Situation of Left Communism Today
    Interview with the Korean Socialist Workers Newspaper Group (SaNoShin), November-December 2007

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
  388. Goldner, Loren: The Sky is Always Darkest Just Before the Dawn
    Class Struggle in the US from the 2008 Crash to the Eve of the Occopations Movement

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    We can safely assert that for most working people, the "recession" has never ended, and is about to get worse.
  389. Goldner, Loren: Social Reproduction for Beginners: Bringing the Real World Back In
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    We can grasp the social reproductive dimension of the post-1973 crisis in various phenomena in the U.S., but none stands out more sharply than the disappearance of the one-paycheck working-class family.
  390. Goldner, Loren: 'Socialism in One Country' Before Stalin, and the Origins of Reactionary 'Anti-Imperialism'
    The Case of Turkey, 1917-1925

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Today's climate of "anti-imperialism" compels us to turn back to the history of such a profoundly reactionary ideology, deeply anti-working class both in the advanced and underdeveloped countries, by which any force, no matter how retrograde, that turns a gun against a Western power becomes progressive and worthy of critical or military support, or for the less subtle, simply support.
  391. Goldner, Loren: The Spanish Revolution, Past and Future: Grandeur and Poverty of Anarchism 
    Howe the Working Class Takes Over (or Doesn't), Then and Now

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Looking at the Spanish Revolution, arguably the richest and deepest social revolution of the twentieth century.
  392. Goldner, Loren: Ssangyong Motors Strike in South Korea Ends in Defeat and Heavy Repression
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    The hard-right Korean government is signaling with these measures -- its latest and most dramatic "take no prisoners" victory over popular protest in the past year and a half -- its intention to steamroller any potential future resistance to its unabashed rule on behalf of big capital.
  393. Goldner, Loren: Struggles in Logistics in Italy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    A sketch based on conversations in October 2015 with militants in and around the small Italian union SI Cobas (Sindicato Interprofessionale/Comites di Base), which has carried out and won militant strikes over the past few years with mainly immigrant logistics and warehouse workers.
  394. Goldner, Loren: Their Methodology and Ours
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
    Self-introduction of the sole issue of the journal Strategy, which appeared, and disappeared, in the spring of 1977.
  395. Goldner, Loren: Theses for Discussion
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Programmatic points.
  396. Goldner, Loren: Theses for Discussion - Korean text
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
  397. Goldner, Loren: "Total Capital" Rigor and International Liquidity: A Reply to Robert Brenner
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
  398. Goldner, Loren: Ubu Saved From Drowning
    Class Struggle and Statist Containment in Portugal and Spain, 1974-1977

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2000
    The end of the Salazar and Franco regimes on the Iberian peninsula was, in fact, a key moment in the beginning of a period in which literally dozens of dictatorships disappeared, a period in which the soft cop took over from the tough cop, and democracy, world-wide, sold austerity.
  399. Goldner, Loren: The Universality of Marx
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1989
    The question of the status of universality, whether attacked by its opponents as "white male", or "Eurocentric", or a "master discourse", is today at the center of the current ideological debate, as one major manifestation of the broader world crisis
  400. Goldner, Loren: Vanguard of Retrogression 
    "Postmodern" Fictions as Ideology in the Era of Fictitious Capital

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001
    When one probes the terms of the debate, what is truly amazing is that the ostensibly anti-Eurocentric multiculturalists are, without knowing it, purveying a remarkably Eurocentric version of what the Western tradition really is. The ultimate theoretical sources of today's multiculturalism are two very white and very dead European males, Friedrich Nietzsche and Martin Heidegger.
  401. Goldner, Loren: Viewpoint: Transnationals After Seattle
    Against The Current vol. 88

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2000
    Mass politics in the streets disappeared in the United States between 1970 and 1973. In retrospect, it is clear that the years 1964 to 1970 were not a “pre-revolutionary situation,” but anyone who lived through those years as an activist can be forgiven for thinking it was. Any number of people in the ruling circles shared the same error of judgment.
  402. Goldner, Loren: What's Behind the Economic Upturn?
    Against The Current vol. 108

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    The Department of Commerce announced on October 30 that the U.S. economy had grown at a 7.2% annual rate in the third quarter of 2003. Since these statistics are constantly being revised, one wonders what they really mean.
  403. Goldsmith, Penny; Shephard, Bonnie.: Women at Work - Ontario, 1850- 1930
    Resource Type: Book
  404. Goldsmith, Rick: Tell the Truth and Run
    George Seldes and the American Press

    Resource Type: Film/Video
    Dissects American journalism throughout the Twentieth Century through the actions of independent newspaperman George Seldes, and offers a piercing look at censorship and suppression in the media.
  405. Goldstein, Emmanuel: Wanted: A Hackers' Charter
    Resource Type: Article
  406. Goldstein, Tara; Selby, David (eds.): Weaving Connections, Educating for Peace, Social and Environmental Justice
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2000
    An anthology by Canadian educators.
  407. Goldstonefacts.org: Goldstone Report Dramatized
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
  408. Golia, Maria; Haddad, Reem; Waugh, Louisa: Letters from the Edge
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2008
    A powerful collection in which women home in on nuances of life in far-flung countries.
  409. Golinger, Eva: Bush versus Chavez
    Washington's War on Venezuela

    Resource Type: Book
    Reveals that Venezuela's revolutionary process has drawn more than simply the ire of Washington. It has precipitated an ongoing campaign to contain and cripple the democratically elected government of Latin America's leading oil power.
  410. Golinger, Eva: The Dirty Hand of the National Endowment for Democracy in Venezuela
    Agents of Destabilization

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Anti-government protests in Venezuela that seek regime change have been led by several individuals and organizations with close ties to the US government. The National Endowment for Democracy “NED” and the US Agency for International Development (USAID) have channeled multi-million dollar funding to Lopez’s political parties Primero Justicia and Voluntad Popular, and Machado’s NGO Sumate and her electoral campaigns.
  411. Gombin, Richard: The Origins of the Modern Leftism
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971   Published: 1975
  412. Gomez, Manuel R.: The Bay of Pigs and Chronic Hubris
    The Same Mistake for 52 Years

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    April 17-19 marks the 52nd anniversary of the US-sponsored Bay of Pigs invasion by Cuban exiles, our proxies to try to overthrow the Cuban Revolution.
  413. Gonick, By (ed.): Canada Since 1960: A People's History
    A Left Perspective on 50 Years of Politics, Economics and Culture

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2016
    An account of the most important developments in Canadian history from the 1960s to today, seen through the eyes of Canadian Dimension magazine.
  414. Gonick, Cy: Marxism
    Connexipedia: Article in the Canadian Encyclopedia

    Resource Type: Article
    A world view developed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in the 19th century and further developed by various theorists and political activists.
  415. Gonick, Cy: Statement: A New Beginning
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1974
    Canadian Dimension emerged as an important voice of dissent during a time when political discourse and philosophizing in Canada was dead. However, now Canadian Dimension must address itself to a new context, that of helping Canadian socialists close the gap between job consciousness and class consciousness.
  416. Gonick, Cy (Coordinating Editor): Toolkit for a New Canada
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    A pamphlet providing a snapshot of what the contributors, brought together by Canadian Dimension magazine, believe are the big issues facing Canada in the first decade of the 21st century. The articles are all short and offer concrete suggestions for the way forward.
  417. Gonick, Cy; Phillips, Paul; Vorst, Jesse: Labour Gains, Labour Pains
    50 Years of PC 1003

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
    This book is comprised of 4 parts: Historical Context, Origins and Evolution of the Fordist Accord, Case Studies, International Comparisons.
  418. Gonzales, Mike: John Berger (1926–2017)
    “he helped form a generation for whom he made it possible to discover a different, critical way of seeing”

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    John Berger's revolutionary insistence was that our reality could be seen differently, and altered by our intervention.
  419. Gonzalez, Celilia: Torture, Democracy and Memory in Argentina
    No Sugarplums for Christmas

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
  420. Gonzalez, Evereado: Drought
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2011
    As a result of the persistent drought, an entire community prepares for an inevitable exodus from their homeland in northern Mexico.
  421. Gonzalez, Luis: Education Over Incarceration
    Against The Current vol. 153

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    In cities across America, young men from low-income communities are ending up in prison more than they are making it to college — at the rate of seven to one. And during the nation’s protracted economic slump and high rate of unemployment, especially among African Americans and Latino Americans, we can expect that ratio to grow.
  422. Gonzalez, Mike: Redeeming Chávez's Dream
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The world press, suddenly aware of the deepening crisis in Venezuela, is relishing in the Bolivarian Revolution's woes. But its coverage rarely goes deeper than images of poor people clamoring for food. The photos index the situation's seriousness, but they do not capture its complexity.
  423. Gonzalez, Paulina: The Strategy and Organizing Behind the Successful DREAM Act Movement
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Undocumented youth have shown that ordinary people build extraordinary people power, even in the United States.
  424. Good, Graham: Humanism Betrayed
    Ideology, and Culture in the Contemporary University

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001
    This book offers a defence of liberal humanism as a philosophy of higher education, particularly in the humanities, against the illiberal trends, political and intellectual, that are currently dominating the university.
  425. Goodall, Jane; Maynard, Thane; Hudson, Gail: Hope for Animals and Their World
    How Endangered Species Are Being Rescued from the Brink

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2009
    Goodall illuminates the heroic efforts of dedicated environmentalists and the truly critical need to protect the habitats of endangered species.
  426. Goodman, Jim: Feedlots and E. Coli
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Improving processing plant inspections is a good idea, but it is only part of the solution. The real solution is minimizing the potential contaminant. Secondly, slow down the processing line so the workers can do their jobs. CDC tells people to wash their hands, their cutting boards and to cook meat thoroughly. Good sound suggestions, but why is the burden of safety inordinately placed on the consumer? Why are the processors allowed to hide behind the 'safe handling instructions' and maximize their profits with impunity?
  427. Goodman, Jim: New Seeds, Old Pesticides
    A Farmer on 2,4-D and Next Gen GMOs

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    I doubt very many people have ever heard or seen a "tank mix." Simply put, it is a mix of several crop chemicals used together to control a variety of weeds. I have not looked into a swirling mix of chemicals in a crop spray rig for probably 20 years – that's about how long it has been since we have used any herbicides on our farm.
  428. Goodman, Jim: The Trans Pacific Partnership Will Not Help Struggling Farmers
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    A recent Associated Press article claimed that Wisconsin dairy producers "see nothing but advantages" if the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) were passed during the final session of Congress. A more accurate statement would be that some dairy producers see nothing but advantages. I am at a loss to understand how dairy producers would see any advantages to yet another "free trade" agreement.
  429. Goodman, Jim: Will GM Crops Collapse the Food System?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Often when a technology is introduced one never considers why it was introduced or what future events and connections may be put in motion. Clearly the trend to global crop production and marketing has changed the face of agriculture. Now we are left to decide if it was a good thing, this world changing shift in crop production brought about by GM crops.
  430. Goodman, Mel: The "War Scare" in the Kremlin, Revisited: Is History Repeating Itself?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The Washington Post on October 25, 2015 published an important story based on a recently-published U.S. intelligence review from 1990 that confirmed Soviet leaders in 1983 believed the Reagan administration was using a mobilization exercise to prepare a nuclear surprise attack.
  431. Goodman, Paul: Compulsory Mis-education and The Community of Scholars
    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1964
    A far-ranging critique of the state of American eduation.
  432. Goodman, Paul: Creator Spirit Come
    Resource Type: Book
  433. Goodman, Paul: Designing Pacifist Films 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1961
  434. Goodman, Paul: Drawing the Line
    A pamphlet

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1946   Published: 1962
  435. Goodman, Paul: Format and Communications
    Chapter 9 of 'Speaking and Language: Defence of Poetry'

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1971
  436. Goodman, Paul: Growing Up Absurd
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1962
    Goodman offers a fundamental critique of the Organized System of semimonopolies, government, advertisers, etc., and the disaffection of the growing generation.
  437. Goodman, Paul: Kafka's Prayer
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1947   Published: 1976
    Kafka said that writing is a form of prayer and it is in that light that Paul Goodman confronts the body of Kafka's work and ideas.
  438. Goodman, Paul: The Moral Ambiguity of America
    The Massey Lectures for 1966

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1967
  439. Goodman, Paul: New Reformation
    Notes of a Neolithic Conservative

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1969   Published: 1971
    Goodman says: "For green grass and clean rivers, children with bright eyes and good color whatever the color, people safe from being pushed around so they can be themselves -- for a few things like these, I find I am pretty ready to think away all other political economic, and technological advantages."
  440. Goodman, Paul: Not Speaking and Speaking
    Chapter 1 of 'Speaking and Language: Defence of Poetry'

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1971
  441. Goodman, Paul: People or Personnel and Like a Conquered Province 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1968
    Goodman offers his analysis of what is wrong with American society, and what could be done about it.
  442. Goodman, Paul: The Politics of Being Queer
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1969
    Goodman writes: "On balance, I don't know whether my choice, or compulsion, of a bisexual life has made me especially unhappy or only averagely unhappy. It is obvious that every way of life has its hang-ups, having a father or no father, being married or single, being strongly sexed or rather sexless, and so forth; but it is hard to judge what other people's experience has been, to make a comparison. I have persistently felt that the world was not made for me, but I have had good moments.
  443. Goodman, Paul: The Present Moment in Education
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1969   Published: 1970
  444. Goodman, Paul: Sex and Ethics
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1963
    In America, as it is at present, most behavior -- and this is not only in sexual matters -- has nothing to do with what one is or would normally desire or naturally desire, but what is pected of one or in order to provide something which has got nothing to do with the functioning of it.
  445. Goodman, Paul: Some Remarks on War Spirit
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1962
    How under modern conditions can we wage peace instead of war? We need a vast increase in the opportunities for initiative and making important decisions. This involves considerable decentralization of management, in industry, in government, in urban affairs like housing and schooling. It involves the use of our productivity to insure minimum subsistence, but otherwise the encouragement of individual enterprises. We must forthrightly carry through the sexual revolution, encourage the sexuality of children and adolescents, get rid of the sex laws and other moral laws.
  446. Goodman, Paul: Speaking and Language
    Defence of Poetry

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971   Published: 1972
    Goodman writes, "I do not think there can be a rule for the appropriate use of formal or vernacular language...The best is to try for a vernacular that molds itself to what is going on and to use it critically".
  447. Goodman, Paul: Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1951   Published: 1962
    Whatever the subject, Goodman asks: What blocks and limits human freedom, joy, and creativity? What tends to release, free, liberate? In criticizing society and life his purpose is to improve. Goodman is animated by a vision of a good society, a coherent community, a style, and quality, of life that is fully human, and humanizes.
  448. Goodman, Paul & Percival: Communitas 
    Means of Livelihood and Ways of Life

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1947   Published: 1960
    Visions of urban life.
  449. Goodman, Paul; (edited by Stoehr, Taylor): Drawing the Line 
    The Political Essays of Paul Goodman

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1977   Published: 1979
    Goodman stresses that massive, uncentered governments and huge, sprawling communities alientate the individual and force people to conform to the status quo rather than to what they are or might become.
  450. Goodman, Paul; ed. by Taylor Stoehr: Nature Heals 
    The Psychological Essays of Paul Goodman

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1979
    Adolescent sexuality, the nature of aggression, ethics, Freud, the psychology of artists, Reich, homosexuality -- large, important, and controversial issues like these fascinated Paul Goodman, and in these essays he writes about them as if he absolutely had to, as if nothing were more important than the subject at hand.
  451. Goodman, Paul; Goodman, Percival: Banning Cars from Manhattan
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1961
    By banning private cars and reducing traffic, we can, in most areas, close off nearly nine out of ten cross-town streets and every second north-south avenue. These closed roads plus the space now used for off-street parking will give us a handsome fund of land for neighborhood relocation. At present over 35 percent of the area of Manhattan is occupied by roads.
  452. Goodman, Percival: The Double E
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1977
    Goodman invokes the guiding principles of ecology and economy in the design of new communities for a new age.
  453. Goodwin, Dayne: What happened to the SWP (U.S.)?
    Recent memoirs stir discussion

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    The goal of socialist political cadres must be the development of a broad team leadership working together in a democratically functioning organization, practically united in strategic perspective and tactical projects, allowing multiple tendencies and pluralism, thus balancing out strengths and weaknesses over time and in different places.
  454. Goodwin, Matthew: Wade Michael Page and the rise of violent far-right extremism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The man who opened fire in a Sikh temple in Wisconsin was not just a crazed loner, but a vocal neo-Nazi – in fact, his white supremacist ideology reflected a growing form of extremism that expresses its strength through violence rather than at the ballot box.
  455. Goodwin, Michael; Burr, Dan E.: Free Trade Explained In An Excellent Comic
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) are the latest in a long line of international free trade agreements. But why are they bad for the majority of people and the planet and what are the justifications given by politicians, economists and big corporations for pushing them? This fanstastic comic explains.
  456. Goodwyn, Lawrence: The Populist Moment: A Short History of the Agrarian Revolt in America
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1978
    Goodwyn explores the agrarian revolt and the nature of democratic movements.
  457. Gordon, David (ed.): Green Cities 
    Ecologically Sound Approaches to Urban Space

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
    Visions from around the world for an ecological urban model. Argues that putting wilderness in cities is good for conservation of wildlife.
  458. Gordon, Henry: Extrasensory Deception
    Resource Type: Book
  459. Gordon, J.: Land Tenure Problems and the Saskatchewan Land Bank
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1979
    This brief, presented to the People's Food Commission in Langenberg, Sask. examines the food issue from the perspective of the high cost of farm land.
  460. Gordon, Jennifer: Suburban Sweatshops: The Fight for Immigrant Rights
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    Jennifer Gordon discusses her years spent working with the organization she founded, the Long Island-based Workplace Project.
  461. Gordon, Linda: Gerda Lerner, 1920-2013
    Against The Current vol. 163

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Gerda Lerner has been the single most influential figure in the development of women’s and gender history since the 1960s.
  462. Gordon, Manuel: Researching Canadian Corporations
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1977
    A resource for people and organizations who find themselves victims of some corporation's malice or indifference, and want to do something about it.
  463. Gordon, Mary: Roots of Empathy 
    Changing the World Child by Child

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    Roots of Empathy looks at eliminating crime and changing the world by starting with a compassionate environment for children.
  464. Gordon, Neve: Boycott Israel
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    It is clear to me that the only way to counter the apartheid trend in Israel is through massive international pressure.
  465. Gordon, Neve: Israel's War Echo Chamber
    Lost Voices of Dissent

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    For several days now, some of my neighbours have suggested that the time has come to “destroy them”- meaning either Hamas or Palestinians – “once and for all”. Government ministers, members of Knesset and leading media commentators have also been consistently pouring oil onto the fire. Indeed, it seems the only vocal criticism against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is that he is too soft on the Palestinians. There is no public debate about the necessity of another war, but only about how punitive Israel should be.
  466. Gordon, Neve: On Palestinian Civil Disobedience 
    The Google Matrix

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Human rights organizations have documented the forms of repression Israel deploys against villages that resist the annexation of their land. Once a village decides to struggle against the annexation barrier the entire community is punished. In addition to home demolitions, curfews and other forms of movement restriction, the Israeli occupation forces consistently use violence against the protestors - and most often targets the youth -- beating, tear-gassing, as well as deploying both lethal and 'non-lethal' ammunition against them.
  467. Gordon, Neve; Perugini, Nicola: Israel's Indigenous Invaders
    How Israel Justifies the Immanent Relocation of Thousands of Palestinian Bedouin by Characterizing Them as Invaders

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    If implemented, the “Prawer Plan for the Arrangement of Bedouin-Palestinian Settlement in the Negev” will expel an estimated forty thousand Palestinian Bedouin from their current homes.
  468. Gordon, Neve; Perugini, Nicola: On 'Human Shielding' in Gaza
    How the Israeli Army has Tried to Justify Striking Civilian Areas

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    All fighting within cities and all bombardments of urban spaces, even the most “precise and surgical”, is a potential death trap for civilians. Consequently, the permeation of war into cities inevitably transforms their inhabitants into potential human shields.
  469. Gordon, Stanley: Vallieres, Pierre
    Connexipedia: Article in the Canadian Encyclopedia

    Resource Type: Article
    Writer, radical. (1938-1998).
  470. Gordon, Todd: Canada's Imperialism Without Illusions
    Against The Current vol. 153

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Against The Current interviewed Canadian author and activist Todd Gordon on April 29, 2011, shortly before the May 2 national election in Canada. Gordon is the author of Imperialist Canada (Winnipeg: Arbeiter Ring Publishing, 2010). We followed up with additional questions after the election.
  471. Gordon, Tom: State, power and bureaucracy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The theory of bureaucratic state capitalism in Russia and elsewhere characterises the International Socialist Tendency and distinguishes us from most other Marxist parties worldwide. So a study of the development of Leon Trotsky's ideas on the Russian bureaucracy is of particular interest. This book reveals one of the greatest Marxists struggling to come to terms with a wholly new ­phenomenon, the Stalinist bureaucracy.
  472. Gordy, Katherine: Cuba Today
    Against The Current vol. 142

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    The Cuban revolution's 50th anniversary has sparked academic conferences, debates and articles assessing its past and future. How and why has the revolution survived? What does the future hold for Cuba? Or, as it is often put, more crudely, what will happen when Fidel/Raul dies?
  473. Gorelick, Steven: Branding Tradition: a Bittersweet Tale of Capitalism at Work
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    It's almost sugaring time here in Vermont. On our homestead we tap about 25 trees, boil down the sap on the kitchen cookstove, and - in a good year - end up with 4 or 5 gallons of maple syrup. That may sound like a lot, but since it represents our family's main source of sweetener it's rarely enough to get us through the year. By mid-winter we're usually buying syrup from a neighbor -- someone who makes his living from his sugar bush.
  474. Gorman, Peter: The Dangers of Journalism 101
    Journalists who don't run with the pack routinely face difficulty and danger

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Journalists who cover cutting edge material, the politics of repression or wars or covert operations have always been at risk. It’s part of the job and part of the joy of the job. The risk, the danger is all part of the rush that makes some journalists work.
  475. Gorman, Peter: Torture by Taser
    When police abuse their newest 'nonlethal' toy, people die.

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
  476. Gornick, Janet ; Meyers, Marcia: Gender Equality (Real Utopias Series)
    Transforming Family Divisions of Labor

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2009
    Janet C. Gornick and Marcia K. Meyers propose a set of policies - paid family leave provisions, working time regulations, and early childhood education and care - designed to foster more egalitarian family divisions of labour by strengthening men's ties at home and women's attachment to paid work.
  477. Gornick, Vivian: The Romance of American Communism
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1978
    Using USA Communist Party members' personal experiences, Gornick examines the attraction of the party and its philosophy.
  478. Gorski, Paul C.: Complicating “White Privilege”
    Class, Race and Images of Wilma

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
  479. Gorter, Herman: Gorter, Herman - Writings - Index
    Resource Type: Article
    Writings of Herman Gorter (1864-1927).
  480. Gorter, Herman: Historical Materialism
    Resource Type: Article
  481. Gorter, Herman: Imperialism, the World War and Social Democracy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1914
    The true cause, the trigger, the author of this war, is therefore not any particular State, but all the States that pursue an imperialist policy and seek to expand their territories: Germany, England, France, Austria-Hungary, Russia, Belgium and Japan; each one separately and all of them together are its cause. All the chatter of the bourgeois and socialist parties and their newspapers, according to which we are witnessing a war of national defense in which we are obliged to participate because we were attacked, all this chatter is nothing but a trick to dissimulate each country's culpability under a beautiful façade. To say that Germany, Prussia or England is the cause of the war is as stupid and as false as to assert that the cracks which open up on a volcano are the cause of its eruption.
    For many years, all the European States have been arming for this conflict. All of them want to satisfy their own rapacity and greed. All of them are equally guilty.
  482. Gorter, Herman: Open Letter to Comrade Lenin
    A reply to 'left-wing' communism, an infantile disorder

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1920
    he tactics that are brilliant for Russia are bad here. They lead to defeat here.
  483. Gorter, Herman: Why we need the Fourth Communist Workers' International
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1921
    The language as well as the composition of the Third International can no longer be distinguished from that of Social Democracy. No longer will it set aside any manifestoes as opportunist; the call to participation in the reconstruction of Capitalism resounds ever more clearly as the official Moscow policy.
  484. Gorter, Herman: The World Revolution
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1923
    Russia is now a horrible picture with its revolutionary double nature. It lies there like a huge wreck on the shore, broken up by its revolution. There was a moment when a small lifeboat was sent out to save Soviet Russia. That boat was the KAPD, the best and largest part of the Spartacus Bund, with its new and really revolutionary policy for the world revolution. But Russia with its Bolshevik Government despised the KAPD and declined its help.
  485. Gorz, Andre: Ecology as Politics 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1980
    Socialism is no better than capitalism if it makes use of the same tools. The total domination of nature inevitably entails a domination of people by the techniques of domination.
  486. Gorz, Andre: Farewell to the Working Class
    An Essay on Post-Industrial Socialism

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1980   Published: 1982
    Gorz argues that changes in science and technology have broken the power of industrial workers, especially skilled workers, and that, as a result, they are no longer central to the socialist project.
  487. Gorz, Andre: From the workers: a practical critique of bourgeois sociology
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1971
  488. Gorz, André: Gorz, André - Writings - Index
    Resource Type: Article
  489. Gorz, Andre: Reform and Revolution 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1967   Published: 1968
    An essay taken from Andre Gorz's Le Socialisme Difficile in which he discusses how socialist strategy can aim to crate the objective and subjective conditions which will make mass revolutionary action and engagement in a successful trail of strength with the bourgeoise possible.
  490. Gorz, Andre: Revolution in the Metropolis
    Resource Type: Article
    Monopoly Capitalism's development and domination breeds underdevelopment everywhere, in so-called Third-World dependencies, as well as the Metropolis of imperialism itself. It will not be defeated by the false assumption that oppressed masses abroad will bring about the liberation of oppressed masses at home, without the latter's doing.
  491. Gorz, Andre: Socialism and Revolution 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1967   Published: 1973
    Representative democracy in every industrially advanced country is in a state of profound crisis. But we have been accustomed for so long to accept democracy in the form of its outward appearances and parliamentary institutions that its decay often does not become apparent to us until those institutions have been either brushed aside or reduced to a purely decorative role.
  492. Gorz, Andre: Strategy for Labour
    A Radical Proposal

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1964   Published: 1967
  493. Gorz, Andre: Workers' Control is More than Just That
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1971
    One perspective on workers control is that it will never be won while capitalism prevails and must be fought for precisely for that reason. Gorz shares this view and argues that, when we speak of workers' control, we speak of the capability of the workers' to take control of the process of production and to organize the working process as they think best.
  494. Gorz, Andre (ed.): Schule und Fabrik
    Internationale Marxistische Discussion 30

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1972
  495. Gosse, Van: CISPES: Radical, Pragmatic, and Successful
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1994
    Van Gosse analyzes the reasons for CISPES' success in developing a fresh and tenacious approach to solidarity work. Originally published in Crossroads Special Issue on El Salvador Solidarity, Spring 1994.
  496. Gosselin, Luc: Prisons in Canada
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1996
    Gosselin provides a political and historical view of the prison system and its inherent contradictions. He argues that the penal system is used by the State to maintain its authority. He remarks on corporations, the press and the parole board and the difference in their treatment and coverage of prisoners and prisons. He sees the penal system as a morally bankrupt bureaucracy which threatens future incarceration for many people that the economy cannot absorb.
  497. Gotell, Lise Feminist Perspectives:: The Canadian Women's Movement, Equality Rights and the Charter
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
  498. Gottesdiener, Laura: The Unbelievable Inhumanity of Solitary Confinement And Punishment for as Little as Reading a Book
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The majority of those in solitary confinement were given the punishment for nonviolent, low-level offenses such as having unauthorized books or disobeying an order or growing their mustaches too long.
  499. Gottlieb, Rabbi Lynn: 'Rachel' screening in San Francisco shows a growing movement tired of being censored about Israel
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    A wide spectrum of individuals and organizations attempt to enforce the axiom: there shall be no public criticism of Israel. This platitude ironically goes hand in hand with the view that "Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East." Over the past several decades, self-appointed watch dogs of appropriate Israel discourse have spent hundreds of millions of dollars and poured out enormous doses of vitriol upon any individual or organization that dares to expresses even a drop of sympathy with the plight of Palestinians.
  500. Goudwaard, B, Vander Vennen, M & Van Heemst, D: Hope in Troubled Times
    A New Vision for Confronting Global Crisis

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
  501. Goudzwaard, Bob; de Lange, Harry: Beyond Poverty and Affluence
    Towards a Canadian Economy of Care

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1995
    By studying societal realities such as poverty, pollution, environmental degradation and losses from quality and quantity of work, Goudzwaad and de Lange believe that a new economic practice is needed for Canadian economic recovery.
  502. Goudzwaard, Bob; de Lange, Harry: Towards a Canadian Economy
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1986   Published: 1995
  503. Gouges, Olympe de: Declaration of the Rights of Women and Citizen
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1791
    Aware that women were being denied the new rights of liberty and property extended to all men by the Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, Gouges composed her own Declaration of the Rights of Woman and Citizen, modeled on the 1789 document.
  504. Gould, Stephen Jay: Kropotkin Was No Crackpot
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
  505. Gould, Stephen Jay: The Mismeasure of Man
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1981   Published: 1996
    A history and critique of the methods and motivations underlying biological determinism, the belief that "the social and economic differences between human groups- primarily races, classes, and sexes - arise from inherited, inborn distinctions and that society, in this sense, is an accurate reflection of biology." The book critiques the principal theme of biological determinism, the idea that "worth can be assigned to individuals and groups by measuring intelligence as a single quantity."
  506. Goulding, Richard: Community Organising - A New Part of the Union
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    A look at Unite’s community union organizing.
  507. Goulet, Tim: Strike strategy today
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Why has the use of the strike in the US become so scarce? While subjective factors are more difficult to quantify, certain basic reasons seem more readily evident. Union membership, particularly in the private sector, is at an all-time low. Most of the unions are heavily bureaucratized, and central labor councils ossified. "Sympathy strikes," long ago outlawed by Taft-Hartley, militate against the sort of broad-based solidarity so essential to an industrial victory. Moreover, many unions have accepted no-strike clauses for the duration of their contracts, effectively tying one hand behind their backs.
  508. Goundrey, Shirley: A History of the Newfoundland Status of Women Council
    1972-75.

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
    This history is a resume of the activities of one group of women who have been involved in the women's movement in St. John's since the spring of 1972.
  509. Gourlay, K.A.: Poisoners of the Seas
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1988
  510. Gowan, Peter: Whose Stupid War Was This?
    Against The Current vol. 81

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    The Rambouillet Accord was an ultimatum for a war against Serbia, and the terms of the ultimatum demonstrated that if the Serbian government accepted Rambouillet they would very likely face a crushing attack in the future from NATO forces on Yugoslav soil.
  511. Gowan, Suzanne; Lakey, George; Moyer, William; Taylor, Richard: Moving Toward A New Society
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1976
    A vision of a new society, with a strategy for achieving it through non-violent revolution, and specific suggestions for what individuals can do now to work for fundamental social change.
  512. Gowans, Stephen: Anti-racists who queston Zionism are not racists
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2001
    Anyone who criticizes the actions of the Israeli government runs the risk of being labelled anti-Semitic by those who want to silence all criticism of Israel.
  513. Gowans, Stephen: From one apartheid state to another: Israel's secret military alliance with apartheid South Africa
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Israel regarded the relationship as based on more than just convenience, but on a common position as colonial oppressor, under pressure from national liberation movements. The two countries shared "unshakeable foundations of common hatred of injustice and refusal to submit to it." The 'injustice' each refused to submit to was ending apartheid (South Africa) and reversing the Nakbah (Israel), in both cases the subordination of indigenous people to the interests of settlers from Europe.
  514. Gowans, Stephen: Israel's 'left' apologists 
    Resource Type: Article
    Criticism of Israel is not anti-Semitism.
  515. Gower, Owen (director): The Enemy Within
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2014
    In 1984, a conservative government under Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher declared war on Britain's unions, including the National Union of Mineworkers. The government began to close coal mines, threatening the industry, whole communities and a way of life. When 160,000 coal miners stood up for what they believed in, they began the longest strike in British history, the 1984-85 Minter's Strike.
  516. Grace, Llewellyn: The Teenage Liberation Handbook
    How to Quit School, Get a Real Life and Education

    Resource Type: Book
  517. Gradwhol, Judith; Greenberg, Russel: Saving the Tropical Forests
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
    The book provides a vision of hope for the tropical rainforests of the world. In Latin America, Africa, India and South East Asia, growing numbers of people are developing techniques and projects specifically designed to promote the wise use and preservation of remaining forest lands. The authors believe that action must be based on the development and improvement of existing alternatives to destruction or it will fail.
  518. Gradwohl, Judith; Greenberg, Russell: Saving the Tropical Forest
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
    Growing numbers of people around the world are developing techniques and practices to promote the wise use and preservation of our remaining forests. The authors believe that the time has come to improve the existing alternatives or it will fail.
  519. Graeber, David: Debt: The First 5000 Years
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2011
    Graeber traces the history of debt from ancient societies to modern economic crises, arguing that debt has often driven revolutions and social and political change.
  520. Graeber, David: The elites hate Momentum and the Corbynites - and I'll tell you why
    The movement that backed the Labour leader challenges MPs and journalists alike -- because it's about grassroots democracy

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    As the rolling catastrophe of what's already being called the "chicken coup" against the Labour leadership winds down, pretty much all the commentary has focused on the personal qualities, real or imagined, of the principal players. Yet such an approach misses out on almost everything that's really at stake here. The real battle is not over the personality of one man, or even a couple of hundred politicians. If the opposition to Jeremy Corbyn for the past nine months has been so fierce, and so bitter, it is because his existence as head of a major political party is an assault on the very notion that politics should be primarily about the personal qualities of politicians.
  521. Graeber, David; Grubacic, Andrej: Anarchism
    Or the revolutionary movement of the 21st century

    Resource Type: Article
    Published: 2004
  522. Graeber, David; Shukaitis, Stephen; Biddle, Erika (eds.): Constituent Imagination
    Militant investigation, collective theorization

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
  523. Grafton, Pete: You, You and You!
    The People Out of Step with World War II

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1981
    First hand accounts of men, women and children living through World War II.
  524. Graham Riches: Food Banks and the Welfare Crisis
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1987
  525. Graham, Anthony: The Victory for Workers' Rights in Honduras
    Against The Current vol. 147

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Progressive followers of politics in Honduras have had little to celebrate recently. The June 28, 2009 coup that toppled president Mel Zelaya — a democratically elected reformer, though never the radical populist depicted by the mainstream media — was a terrible blow to democracy, echoing the worst chapters of Central America’s dark history.
  526. Graham, Barbara Florio: Letters to the Editor
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    The Letters page is one of the most popular sections of any newspaper, and is therefore an ideal way to keep your name and your core message in front of the public.
  527. Graham, Barbara Florio: Media Relations - Behaviours Unbecoming
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2003
    What NOT to do when dealing with the media.
  528. Graham, Barbara Florio: When to Contact the Media
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    Advice on when to contact the media.
  529. Graham, Barbara Florio: Why Publicity Sometimes Fails
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    You've done everything you can think of to publicize your new product launch, event, or small business. But nothing seems to work. Barbara Florio Graham explains why.
  530. Graham, Darwin, Bond: Iron Cagebook
    The Logical End of Facebook's Patents

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
  531. Graham, Robert (ed.): Anarchism
    A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas

    Resource Type: Book
  532. Graham-Leigh, Elaine: A Diet of Austerity
    Class, Food and Climate Change

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    Deals with the reasons why the working class is blamed for climate change, and what it can actually do about it.
  533. Grahl, Bart; Piccone, Paul: Towards a New Marxism
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1970   Published: 1973
    A collection of papers presented at the Frist International Telos Conference, October 8 - 11, 1970, in Waterloo, Ontario.
  534. Grainger, Alan: Desertification
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1982
    A decade ago the Sahel drought killed thousands of people and millions of animals. It focused world attention on the dangers and causes of desertification. This book examines the reasons: overcultivation, overgrazing, deforestation and bad irrigation.
  535. Gramsci, Antonio: Antonio Gramsci's Prison Notebooks
    1929 - 1935

    Resource Type: Book
  536. Gramsci, Antonio: The Modern Prince
    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1971
  537. Gramsci, Antonio: Newspapers and the Workers
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1916
    The worker must resolutely reject any solidarity with a bourgeois newspaper. And he must always, always, always remember that the bourgeois newspaper (whatever its hue) is an instrument of struggle motivated by ideas and interests that are contrary to his.
  538. Gramsci, Antonio: Selections from the Prison Notebooks 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1951   Published: 1973
    Gramsci's Notebooks cover a wide range of subjects including history, culture, politics, and philosophy.
  539. Gramsci, Antonio: Soviets in Italy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1920   Published: 1973
    Articles which Antonio Gramsci wrote for the weekly Turin journal Ordine Nuovo during 1919 and 1920.
  540. Granatstein, J.L.: Forum: Canadian Life and Letters - 1920-1970
    Selections from the Canadian Forum

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1972
    A selection of articles from fifty years of the Canadian Forum magazine.
  541. Grandia, Kevin: Tobacco Gun for Hire James Enstrom, Willie Soon and the Climate Deniers Attack on Merchants of Doubt
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Climate denier Fred Singer, scientist working for tobacco companies, asks whether it would make sense to file a lawsuit to try and stop the release of the new documentary, Merchants of Doubt – a film tracing the tactics used by Big Tobacco to spread misinformation.
  542. Grandia, Kevin and DeMelle, Brendan: Exxon Knew CO2 Pollution Was A Global Threat By Late 1970s
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Throughout Exxon’s global operations, the company knew that CO2 was a harmful pollutant in the atmosphere years earlier than previously reported. Exxon corporate documents from the late 1970s state unequivocally "there is no doubt" that CO2 from the burning of fossil fuels was a growing "problem" well understood within the company.
  543. Grandin, Greg: Empire's Workshop
    Latin America, the United States and the Rise of the New Imperialism

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2006
    Looks at U.S. foreign policy post 9/11 and its antecedents.
  544. Grant, Catherine: The No-Nonsense Guide to Animal Rights
    Resource Type: Book
  545. Grant, George: Lament for a Nation
    The Defeat of Canadian Nationalism

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1965
  546. Grant, John: How I Became Radicalized
    It Can Happen To Anyone

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    I’m not exactly sure when I became radicalized, but it was sometime in the mid 1980s. I purposely use the term radicalize because, with the rise of globalized insurgency in general and al Qaeda and now ISIS in particular, the word has become a favorite in the media, especially for those on the right.
  547. Grant, John: Is the Islamic State Really Such a Psychological Enigma?
    A Bizarre Excursion Into the Surreal

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The costly debacle known as the Iraq War put the US government in a tough spot that's now exacerbated by the rise of the Islamic State in Anbar Province and western Syria.
    A recent New York Times story referred to the Islamic State (also ISIS or ISIL) as a "conundrum" - "a hybrid terrorist organization and a conventional army."
  548. Grant, John: Israel Moves to Check Its Artists
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    As a writer/photographer and a tax-paying American citizen, a story in the New York Times about Israel's culture wars made me cringe. It seems the powerful, militarist right in Israel -- so committed to expansion and settlements in the West Bank -- is now trying to suppress ideas among the nation's artistic and literary minds.
  549. Grant, John: Why We Should Not Forget Miriam Carey
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    The ignominious and unnecessary public killing of Miriam Carey should be a human marker that triggers our cultural meaning machine to honestly consider what’s wrong with the picture of a howling pack of cops shooting down a troubled young mother … like a dog.
  550. Grant, John: Wikileaks is Good for America
    Get Over It!

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Julian Assange and Bradley Manning did not create the mess we now find ourselves in. But what they have had the courage to do may just eventually let enough sunshine in for change to happen.
  551. Grant, Lee (Director): The Willmar 8
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 1981
    Eight female employees of the Citizens National Bank in Willmar Minnesota, USA went on strike on December 16, 1977 over charges of sex discrimination. The tellers and bookkeepers were protesting unequal pay and unequal opportunities for advancement.
  552. Grant, Linda: Israel's vivid act of piracy may yet turn the tide of global opinion
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    In the summer of 1947 a steamer named the Exodus set out from France to run the British blockade of Palestine. The British authorities boarded and seized the ship, and killed three passengers who tried to fight the British attackers. The British succeeded in preventing the ship from landing, but the event helped to turn world public opinion against the British. Israel's attack on the Gaza aid convoy may prove to have the same result.
  553. Grant, Melissa: Happy Hookers
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Exploring the lives of sex workers and their would-be saviours.
  554. Grant, Sonia; Peloso, Andrea; Pope, Erin; Saunders, Sakura; Sharkey, John; Vasey, Dave; Vos, Lukas: Not Worth The Risk
    A Community Report on the Line 9 International Energy Board Hearings

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline – a 38 year old pipeline that is almost identical in build and age to the Line 6B pipeline that ruptured into the Kalamazoo river – seeks to gain approval to reverse its flow, increase its capacity, and carry a dangerous heavy crude known as dilbit, or diluted bitumen. Line 9 runs through sensitive ecosystems and important farmlands throughout Southern Ontario and Quebec, and passes within 50 km of over 9 million people, including 18 First Nations communities.
  555. Grasdorff, Eric Van; Röschert, Nicolai; Manji, Firoze: Germany's genocide in Namibia
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Germany, which has done commendable remembrance work about the Holocaust, seems to have forgotten or deliberately buried its violent colonial past. A past that hides the first genocide of the 20th century.
  556. Graves, Lisa: Rick Berman Exposed in New Audio; Hear His Tactics Against Environmentalists and Workers' Rights
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Rick Berman, the king of corporate front groups and propaganda, has been caught on tape detailing his attacks on public interest groups in the labor and environmental movements. Berman specializes in setting up pro-corporate front groups to attack grassroots citizen groups. Berman advocates and practises a range of dirty tactics and propaganda techniques.
  557. Gray, Christopher: The Incomplete Work of the Situationist International
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1974
  558. Gray, Christopher (translator and editor): Leaving the 20th Century
    The Incomplete Work of the Situationist International

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1974
    An anthology of Situationist writings.
  559. Gray, Heather: Misconceptions About King's Methods for Change
    A Matter of Life and Death

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    Nonviolent social change requires long, hard and sustained work, research, development of solutions, and, importantly, on-going commitment. It demands far more than bringing folks together to march and wave banners. Unfortunately, many activists throughout the world seem to be of the opinion that if you are concerned about an issue you should organize huge "feel good" rallies, which is hoped will almost magically result in changes.
  560. Gray, Heather: Occupy Wall Street vs. Kingian Methods
    Where are the Demands?

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    The students, the labour unions, the working poor, the immigrants, the activists all over the country should come up with the solutions and make the demands. There can be dangerous consequences in organizing efforts when there is no clarity. It’s often a matter of life and death.
  561. Gray, Hunter: Idaho, Mountain Lions and a Rattlesnake Friend
    Against The Current vol. 90

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2001
    We moved to Pocatello, Idaho three years ago. And there are certainly some mighty friendly people hereabouts. But from the very moment we first arrived, we've been subjected to bizarre harassment—coming obviously from Federal, state, local "lawmen" and vigilante types, and just as obviously stemming from my traditionally Left Native rights/civil rights/labor affiliations and beliefs and history and contemporary activities.
  562. Gray, James H.: The Winter Years
    The Depression on the Prairies

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1966   Published: 1973
    The story of ordinary people in Western Canada in the Great Depression of the 1930s.
  563. Gray, Kevin Alexander: Time for a New Divestment Campaign
    From South Africa to Israel

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    We must see Israel with the same eyes as we saw South Africa in the apartheid years - as a racist nation deserving of international isolation and sanctions.
  564. Gray, Margarita: Labor and the Locavore
    The Making of a Comprehensive Food Ethic

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    Gray examines one of the most vibrant local food economies in the country, the Hudson Valley. Based on more than a decade's in-depth interviews with workers, farmers, and others, the author depicts how the currency of agrarian values can serve to mask the labour concerns of an already hidden workforce.
  565. Gray, Stanley: Democracy and Social Change
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1966
    Gray maintains that liberal democracy places power in only a few hands and calls for a radical democratization of power within the framework of an economy owned, controlled, and responsible to the public.
  566. Green Cecilia: Modern "Gunboat" Diplomacy in the Caribbean
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1996
    There is no such thing as humanitarian intervention on the part of the current U.S. state.
  567. Green, Archie: Labour Songs
    Resource Type: Audio
    First Published: 1991
    1950-1985.
  568. Green, Cecilia: Caribbean Politics and the 1930s Revolt
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    During the 1930s all Britain's major island and continental colonies in the Caribbean exploded in rebellion.
  569. Green, Colin: The Killings Fields of Gaza
    Asymmetric Warfare

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Revelations from Israeli sources such as ‘Breaking the Silence’ and ‘Physicians for Human Rights-Israel’ that the Israeli assaults on Gaza in 2008/9 (Cast Lead) and 2012 (Pillars of Defence) were planned many months ahead pose many questions about the real motives for the seven year siege and these massive attacks on a helpless concentration of impoverished and imprisoned people.
  570. Green, Commander Robert: Jeremy Corbyn is right to reject Trident
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Jeremy Corbyn has come under attack yesterday for his refusal to countenance the use of nuclear weapons. But his stance is honourable and both legally and strategically correct - especially with his opposition to renewing the Trident nuclear missile system.
  571. Green, David Michael: How Dare You Clean Up Our Mess?
    Tweedle Destruction and Tweedle Disaster

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    On the nauseating hypocrisy of our good friends on the regressive right. You know the rules. One set of sexual standards for us, another for them behind closed doors. Big thumping militarist patriotism when our kids go off to war, rather less when it's their turn. Itsy-bitsy small government ideology for the lil' folk, Washington as a great big candy-covered sugar teat for them. Etc., etc.
  572. Green, Duncan: Faces of Latin America (Third Edition)
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2006
    Examines some of the key forces - from conquest and the growth of the commodity trade, military rule, land distribution, industrialization and migration to civil wars, the debt crisis, neoliberalism and NAFTA - shaping the region's political and social history.
  573. Green, Duncan: Silent Revolution (2nd Edition)
    The Rise and Crisis of Market Economics in Latin America

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2003
    This new edition was completed in a moment when the Argentinian economy is in ruins, Brazil is on the brink of collapse, riots are taking place in Uruguay, Peru, and Paraguay, a U.S. supported coup has just been averted in Venezuela.
  574. Green, James: Death in the Haymarket
    A Story of Chicago, the First Labor Movement, and the Bombing That Divided Gilded Age America

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2006
    The story of the anarchosyndicalist militants accused of perpetrating the throwing of a bomb that killed police at a workers' rally at the Haymarket in Chicago on May 4, 1886.
  575. Green, James R.: The Devil Is Here in These Hills
    Virginia's Coal Miners and Their Battle for Freedom

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    From before the dawn of the 20th century until the arrival of the New Deal, one of the most protracted and deadly labour struggles in American history was waged in West Virginia. On one side were powerful corporations whose millions bought armed guards and political influence. On the other side were 50,000 mine workers, the nation's largest labour union, and the legendary "miners' angel," Mother Jones. The fight for unionization and civil rights sparked a political crisis verging on civil war that stretched from the creeks and hollows to the courts and the US Senate.
  576. Green, Jim: Against the Tide
    The Story of the Canadian Seaman's Union

    Resource Type: Book
  577. Green, Jim: Environmentalists Do Not Support Nuclear Power
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
  578. Green, Jim: The nuclear renaissance is stone cold dead
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    2013 has been the nuclear power industry's annus horribilis and the nuclear renaissance can now be pronounced stone cold dead. The industry is finding it increasingly difficult to profitably operate existing reactors - especially ageing reactors requiring refurbishments - let alone build new ones.
  579. Green, Jim: Radioactive waste and the nuclear war on Australia's Aboriginal people
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Australia's nuclear industry has a shameful history of 'radioactive racism' that dates from the British bomb tests in the 1950s. The same attitudes persist today with plans to dump over half a million tonnes of high and intermediate level nuclear waste on Aboriginal land, and open new uranium mines. But now Aboriginal peoples and traditional land owners are fighting back.
  580. Green, Johnathon: The Encyclopedia of Censorship
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1992
    This Encyclopedia concentrates primarily on the United States and the United Kingdom, but it also covers events in Western and Eastern Europe and in parts of the Third World. The Encyclopedia is an accessible and wide-ranging sourcebook on censorship topics.
  581. Green, Kitty: Ukraine Is Not a Brothel
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2013
    Ukraine Is Not a Brothel is a 2013 Australian film directed by Kitty Green. The film debuted at the 70th Venice International Film Festival, although was not part of the competition.The documentary concerns the FEMEN movement, a feminist protest group originating from Ukraine.
  582. Greenbaum, Joan: Windows on the Workplace
    Technology, Jobs, and the Organization of Office Work

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2004
    Takes us behind the news stories of the highly efficient, high-tech workplace and shows us the ways in which technologies have been adapted by management to reshape the way work is done.
  583. Greenberg, Karen: Preparing for a Digital 9/11
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    In recent years, in one of the more dangerous, if largely undiscussed, developments of our time, the Bush and then Obama administrations have launched the first state-planned war in cyber space. First, there were the "Olympic Games," then the Stuxnet virus, then Flame, and now it turns out that other sophisticated malware programs have evidently followed.
  584. Greene, Bonnie (ed.): Canadian Churches and Foreign Policy
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
    In the years after 1970, Canadian churches have engaged in international affairs in new ways. This book offers first-hand accounts by people actively involved in developing this new role.
  585. Greene, Bonnie (ed.): Vanguard Magazine
    Periodical profile published 1976

    Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
    First Published: 1976
    An independent Christian magazine dealing with social issues.
  586. Greene, Doug: Race and class in the United States: J. Sakai and the politics of revolution
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Doug Greene offers a critique of J. Sakai's 1989 work, Settlers: The Mythology of the White Proletariat.
  587. Greene, Felix: The Enemy
    Notes on Imperialism and Revolution

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1970
  588. Greene, Gregory: The End of Suburbia
    Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream

    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2004
    Documentary about the Peak Oil theory and its implications for the America way of life.
  589. Greene, Ian: The Charter of Rights
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
  590. Greene, Jacob: The Media's Dirty War on Occupy
    Against The Current vol. 159

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    In media portrayals of a protest movement widely criticized for its broad message and vague demands, one picture of the Occupy movement remained consistent across various outlets: the protestors are filthy.
  591. Greene, Robert: The Socialism of the Black Panthers
    A new documentary on the Black Panther Party overlooks the group's socialist core.

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    An analysis on the documentary on the Black Panther Party, "Up From Liberalism".
  592. Greenfield, Gerard: Asia: Realities of "Recovery"
    Against The Current vol. 83

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    Why are we still talking about the Asian crisis? In recent months we have heard government policy-makers, economists, business journalists, financial analysts, IMF technocrats, big business and even some unions announce that “the Asian financial crisis is over.”
  593. Greenfield, Gerard: Metalclad vs. Mexico, Toxic Waste and NAFTA
    Against The Current vol. 90

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2001
    Last August 25 the NAFTA Tribunal for the case of Metalclad Corp vs. Mexico ruled in favor of Metalclad, ordering the Mexican government to pay US$16.7 million in compensation. It is the first ruling in an investor-to-state lawsuit under NAFTA.
  594. Greenfield, Gerard: Transnational Capital and the State in China: Partners in Exploitation
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    The destruction of job and income security, the sacking of tens of millions of workers, and the withdrawal of government subsidies and protection for local industry serves the interests of a ruling elite that is in partnership with transnational capital.
  595. Greenstein, Tony: The Tragedy of Norman Finkelstein -- Time to Say Goodbye
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Norman Finkelstein seems to have moved from an anti-Zionist position to believing that the best we can do is create a Palestinian bantustan while Israeli remains as a state where Jews rule and Palestinians remain legally and economically oppressed.
  596. Greenwald, Glen: Democrats, Trump, and the Ongoing, Dangerous Refusal to Learn the Lesson of Brexit
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Detailing how the Democratic party's response to their defeat in the 2016 election reflects a failure to recognize factors leading to the UK Brexit referendum result.
  597. Greenwald, Glenn: Anonymous Leaks to the WashPost About the CIA's Russia Beliefs Are No Substitute for Evidence
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    There are some basic facts about what is known and, more importantly, what is not known about the anonymous CIA leaks concerning the 2016 US Presidency Election.
  598. Greenwald, Glenn: As Corruption Engulfs Brazil's "Interim" President, Mask Has Fallen Off Protest Movement
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Momentum for the impeachment of Brazil's democratically elected president, Dilma Rousseff, was initially driven by large, flamboyant street protests of citizens demanding her removal. Although Brazil's dominant media endlessly glorified (and incited) these green-and-yellow-clad protests as an organic citizen movement, evidence recently emerged that protests groups were covertly funded by opposition parties. Still, there is no doubt that millions of Brazilians participated in marches demanding Rousseff's ouster, claiming they were motivated by anger over her and her party’s corruption. But from the start, there were all sorts of reasons to doubt this storyline and to see that these protesters were (for the most part) not opposed to corruption, but simply devoted to removing from power the center-left party that won four straight national elections.
  599. Greenwald, Glenn: The "Bernie Bros" Narrative: a Cheap Campaign Tactic Masquerading as Journalism and Social Activism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The concoction of the "Bernie Bro" narrative by pro-Clinton journalists has been a potent political tactic -- and a journalistic disgrace. It's intended to imply two equally false claims: (1) a refusal to march enthusiastically behind the Wall Street-enriched, multiple-war-advocating, despot-embracing Hillary Clinton is explainable not by ideology or political conviction, but largely if not exclusively by sexism: demonstrated by the fact that men, not women, support Sanders (his supporters are "bros"); and (2) Sanders supporters are uniquely abusive and misogynistic in their online behavior. Needless to say, a crucial tactical prong of this innuendo is that any attempt to refute it is itself proof of insensitivity to sexism if not sexism itself (as the accusatory reactions to this article will instantly illustrate).
  600. Greenwald, Glenn: Billionaires in Brazil: Understanding How Extreme Wealth and Political Power Overlap Everywhere
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Alex Cuadros spent years covering the billionaire class of Latin America for Bloomberg. A Portuguese-speaking American journalist who spent years based in Brazil, he has now written a highly entertaining and deeply insightful book about the particularly powerful, flamboyant, assertive, and often-crazed class of Brazilian billionaires. Titled Brazillionaires: Wealth, Power, Decadence, and Hope in an American Country, his new book was released yesterday. Brazillionaires contains important lessons far beyond Brazil.
  601. Greenwald, Glenn: Brexit Is Only the Latest Proof of the Insularity and Failure of Western Establishment Institutions
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The decision by U.K. voters to leave the EU is such a glaring repudiation of the wisdom and relevance of elite political and media institutions that -- for once- their failures have become a prominent part of the storyline.
  602. Greenwald, Glenn: Burning Victims to Death: Still a Common Practice
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The latest ISIS atrocity - releasing a video of a captured Jordanian fighter pilot being burned alive - prompted substantial discussion yesterday about this particular form of savagery. It is thus worth noting that deliberately burning people to death is achievable - and deliberately achieved - in all sorts of other ways.
  603. Greenwald, Glenn: Canada, At War For 13 Years, Shocked That 'A Terrorist' Attacked Its Soldiers
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The national mood and discourse in Canada is virtually identical to what prevails in every Western country whenever an incident like this happens: shock and bewilderment that someone would want to bring violence to such a good and innocent country, followed by claims that the incident shows how primitive and savage is the “terrorist ideology” of extremist Muslims, followed by rage and demand for still more actions of militarism and freedom-deprivation.
  604. Greenwald, Glenn: Clapper Calls for Arming Ukrainian Forces: Who Would That Actually Empower?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has long said that the Ukrainian coup of last year, and the subsequent regime in Kiev, is driven by ultra-nationalists, fascists, and even neo-Nazi factions. The Russian TV outlet RT also frequently refers to "the active role far-right groups have played on the pro-government side in Ukraine since the violent coup of the last year."
  605. Greenwald, Glenn: CNN and the NYT Are Deliberately Obscuring Who Perpetrated the Afghan Hospital Attack
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Much of the world spent the last 48 hours expressing revulsion at the U.S. airstrike on a hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan. It was quite clear early on that the perpetrator of the attack was the U.S., and many media outlets and other organizations around the world have been stating this without any difficulties.
  606. Greenwald, Glenn: Exploiting Emotions About Paris to Blame Snowden, Distract from Actual Culprits Who Empowered ISIS
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Whistleblowers are always accused of helping America's enemies (top Nixon aides accused Daniel Ellsberg of being a Soviet spy and causing the deaths of Americans with his leak); it's just the tactical playbook that's automatically used. So it's of course unsurprising that ever since Edward Snowden's whistleblowing enabled newspapers around the world to report on secretly implemented programs of mass surveillance, he has been accused by "officials" and their various media allies of Helping The Terrorists.
  607. Greenwald, Glenn: The Fun of Empire: Fighting on All Sides of a War in Syria
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Now the Obama administration and American political class is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the failed “Bomb Assad!” campaign by starting a new campaign to bomb those fighting against Assad – the very same side the U.S. has been arming over the last two years.
  608. Greenwald, Glenn: Hacking Online Polls and Other Ways British Spies Seek to Control the Internet
    Is GCHQ awesome and 100% legal?

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The secretive British spy agency GCHQ has developed covert tools to seed the internet with false information, including the ability to manipulate the results of online polls, artificially inflate pageview counts on web sites, “amplif[y]” sanctioned messages on YouTube, and censor video content judged to be “extremist.”
  609. Greenwald, Glenn: Hailed as a Model for Successful Intervention, Libya Proves to be the Exact Opposite
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Advocates of the U.S. intervention in Lybia regard the event as a proof of success. Greenwald discusses why things are working in the opposite way.
  610. Greenwald, Glenn: How Dogs Forge a Bond with Rio's Homeless That Is Life-Saving for Both
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Homelessness in Rio is, in many ways, virtually identical to how it manifests in other large cities: it entails unimaginable material and emotional deprivation, hopelessness, societal invisibility, and utter isolation. But one aspect of Rio's homeless population stands out: A huge number of them have dogs that were previously living as desperate, unwanted strays on the street.
  611. Greenwald, Glenn: In Solidarity With a Free Press: Some More Blasphemous Cartoons
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Numerous writers thus demanded: to show "solidarity" with the murdered cartoonists, one should not merely condemn the attacks and defend the right of the cartoonists to publish, but should publish and even celebrate those cartoons. "The best response to Charlie Hebdo attack," announced Slate's editor Jacob Weisberg, "is to escalate blasphemous satire."
  612. Greenwald, Glenn: Israel Calls a Man Its Soldiers Killed a 'Terrorist': Until They Realized He Was an Israeli Jew
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The Jerusalem Post today describes the killing of a man by two IDF soldiers after, the soldiers claim, he was acting erratically and tried to grab one of their guns. When he was fatally shot by the IDF, says the paper, he was "believed to be an Arab terrorist." As it turns out, he was not an Arab Palestinian but rather an Israeli Jew. Upon learning this, the "terrorist" designation was officially and "immediately" rescinded.
  613. Greenwald, Glenn: Jeremy Corbyn Accused of Being Russian 'Collaborator' for Questioning NATO Troop Build-Up on Border
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    The armed forces minister for Britain's right-wing government, Mike Penning, accused Corbyn of being a collaborator with the Kremlin.
  614. Greenwald, Glenn: Media Lessons from Snowden Reporting: LA Times Editors Advocate Prosecution of Sources
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The LA Times editors want Snowden imprisoned, but not the leakers whose leaks make the U.S. government look good, much of which gets laundered in that particular paper.
  615. Greenwald, Glenn: NBC News Releases the Long-Awaited Trailer for its Summer Horror Film About ISIS
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    ISIS now officially poses a bigger threat to the "U.S. homeland" than the one posed by former title-holder Al Qaeda.
  616. Greenwald, Glenn: New Study Shows Mass Surveillance Breeds Meekness, Fear and Self-Censorship
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    A newly published study from Oxford's Jon Penney provides empirical evidence for a key argument long made by privacy advocates: that the mere existence of a surveillance state breeds fear and conformity and stifles free expression. Reporting on the study, the Washington Post this morning described this phenomenon: "If we think that authorities are watching our online actions, we might stop visiting certain websites or not say certain things just to avoid seeming suspicious."
  617. Greenwald, Glenn: No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2014
    Glenn Greenwald recounts his 10-day trip to Honk Kong where he acquired the Snowden Files. Additionally, Greenwald discusses the NSA's unprecedented abuse of power, as well as the media's habitual avoidance of adversarial reporting on the government and their failure to serve the interests of the people.
  618. Greenwald, Glenn: NYT Editorial Slams "Disgraceful" CIA Exploitation of Paris Attacks, But Submissive Media Role Is Key
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    A truly superb New York Times editorial this morning mercilessly shames the despicable effort by U.S. government officials to shamelessly exploit the Paris attacks to advance long-standing agendas.
  619. Greenwald, Glenn: Obama Killed a 16-Year-Old American in Yemen. Trump Just Killed His 8-Year-Old Sister.
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    The U.S. continues to massacre Yemeni civilians, both directly and through its tyrannical Saudi partners.
  620. Greenwald, Glenn: On Media Outlets That Continue to Describe Unknown Drone Victims As "Militants"
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Most large western media outlets continued to describe completely unknown victims of U.S. drone attacks as "militants" -- even though they (a) had no idea who those victims were or what they had done and (b) were well-aware that the term had been "re-defined" by the Obama administration into Alice in Wonderland-level nonsense. They count the corpses and they're not really sure who they are.
  621. Greenwald, Glenn: The Orwellian Re-Branding of 'Mass Surveillance' as Merely 'Bulk Collection'
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Just as the Bush administration and the U.S. media re-labelled "torture" with the Orwellian euphemism "enhanced interrogation techniques" to make it more palatable, the governments and media of the Five Eyes surveillance alliance are now attempting to re-brand "mass surveillance" as "bulk collection" in order to make it less menacing (and less illegal).
  622. Greenwald, Glenn: The Petulant Entitlement Syndrome of Journalists
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Jonathan Chait’s denunciation of the "PC language police" provoked intense reaction: much criticism from liberals and praise from conservatives.
  623. Greenwald, Glenn: Political Smears in U.S. Never Change: the NYT's 1967 Attack on MLK's Anti-War Speech
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    John Oliver's Monday night interview of Edward Snowden -- which in 24 hours has been viewed by 3 million people on YouTube alone -- renewed all the standard attacks in Democratic circles accusing Snowden of being a traitor in cahoots with the Kremlin.
  624. Greenwald, Glenn: Presidential Assassinations Of US Citizens
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Just think about this for a minute. Barack Obama, like George Bush before him, has claimed the authority to order American citizens murdered based solely on the unverified, uncharged, unchecked claim that they are associated with Terrorism and pose "a continuing and imminent threat to U.S. persons and interests." They're entitled to no charges, no trial, no ability to contest the accusations.
  625. Greenwald, Glenn: The Puritanical Glee Over the Ashley Madison Hack
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    High school students have long read The Scarlet Letter, the 1850 novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne set in a Puritanical Massachusetts town in the mid-17th century. As The Atlantic noted in 1886, "the punishment of the scarlet letter is a historical fact." To see just how current is the mentality driving the scarlet letter, observe the reaction to the Ashley Madison hack.
  626. Greenwald, Glenn: The Radically Changing Story of the U.S. Airstrike on Afghan Hospital: From Mistake to Justification
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    When news first broke of the U.S. airstrike on the Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, the response from the U.S. military was predictable and familiar. It was all just a big, terrible mistake, its official statement suggested.
  627. Greenwald, Glenn: Refusal to Call Charleston Shootings 'Terrorism' Again Shows It's a Meaningless Propaganda Term
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    In February 2010, a man named Joseph Stack deliberately flew his small airplane into the side of a building that housed a regional IRS office in Austin, Texas, just as 200 agency employees were starting their workday. Along with himself, Stack killed an IRS manager and injured 13 others. The attack had all of the elements of iconic terrorism, but it was explicitly declared inapplicable by media outlets and government officials alike.
  628. Greenwald, Glenn: Samples of Israeli Horrific Brutality and War Criminality in Gaza
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The Israeli group Breaking the Silence issued a report this morning containing testimony from Israeli soldiers about the savagery and criminality committed by the Israeli military during the attack on Gaza in the summer of 2014.
  629. Greenwald, Glenn: The "Snowden is Ready to Come Home!" Story: a Case Study in Typical Media Deceit
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Most sentient people rationally accept that the U.S. media routinely disseminates misleading stories and outright falsehoods in the most authoritative tones. But it's nonetheless valuable to examine particularly egregious case studies to see how that works.
  630. Greenwald, Glenn: Stop Exploiting LGBT Issues to Demonize Islam and Justify Anti-Muslim Policies
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    In the late 1990s, Eric Rudolph -- raised Catholic and affiliated for a time with a Christian Identity sect -- bombed abortion clinics and a gay bar, insisting they were venues of immorality and evil. Last July, an Orthodox Jewish Israeli attacked the marchers in the Jerusalem LGBT pride parade, stabbing six of them, and one of them, a teenager, died of her wounds; justifying his attacks by appealing to Talmudic punishments for homosexuality, he had just been released from a 10-year prison term for doing the same in 2005. Yesterday, a Christian pastor from Arizona, Steven Anderson, praised the slaughter of 49 people in an Orlando LGBT club on the ground that "homosexuals are a bunch of disgusting perverts" and are "pedophiles."
  631. Greenwald, Glenn: UK Media Regulator Again Threatens RT for "Bias": This Time, Airing "Anti-Western Views"
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The U.K. Government loves to lecture the world about infringements of liberty generally and press freedom specifically. It does so as it threatens to revoke the broadcasting license of a media outlet for broadcasting "anti-western" views and other perspectives at odds with the U.K. Government, all while shielding (and venerating) the equally virulent biases from pro-state television in the U.K.
  632. Greenwald, Glenn: The U.S. Government's Secret Plans to Spy for American Corporations
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Throughout the last year, the U.S. government has repeatedly insisted that it does not engage in economic and industrial espionage, in an effort to distinguish its own spying from China's infiltrations of Google, Nortel, and other corporate targets. Turns out that isn't true.
  633. Greenwald, Glenn: WashPost Is Richly Rewarded for False News About Russia Threat While Public Is Deceived
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    In the past six weeks, the Washington Post published two blockbuster stories about the Russian threat that went viral: one on how Russia is behind a massive explosion of "fake news," the other on how it invaded the U.S. electric grid. Both articles were fundamentally false.
  634. Greenwald, Glenn: What 'Democracy' Really Means in U.S. and New York Times Jargon: Latin America Edition
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    One of the most accidentally revealing media accounts highlighting the real meaning of "democracy" in U.S. discourse is a still-remarkable 2002 New York Times Editorial on the U.S.-backed military coup in Venezuela, which temporarily removed that country’s democratically elected (and very popular) president, Hugo Chávez.
  635. Greenwald, Glenn: What’s Scarier: Terrorism, or Governments Blocking Websites in its Name?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The French Interior Ministry ordered that five websites be blocked on the grounds that they promote or advocate terrorism.
  636. Greenwald, Glenn: Why Does the FBI Have to Manufacture its Own Plots if Terrorism and ISIS Are Such Grave Threats?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Article talks about FBI's terrorism strategies and their manipulation of information.
  637. Greenwald, Glenn: Why Is The Daily Beast's Russia Critic Silent About So Many Hideous Abuses?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    A comprehensive review by The Intercept of the writings of Sam Charles Hamad - author of this Daily Beast article accusing the "global left" of remaining "silent" on abuses by Russia - reveals that he has been completely silent, shockingly and appallingly so, about the following wide array of severe global injustices, never once writing about, let alone condemning...
  638. Greenwald, Glenn: Why Is the U.S. Refusing an Independent Investigation If Its Hospital Airstrike Was an "Accident"?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    In Geneva , Doctors Without Borders (MSF) demanded a formal, independent investigation into the U.S. airstrike on its hospital in Kunduz. The group's international president specified that the inquiry should be convened pursuant to war crime-investigating procedures established by the Geneva Conventions and conducted by The International Humanitarian Fact-Finding Commission.
  639. Greenwald, Glenn: With Power of Social Media Growing, Police Now Monitoring and Criminalizing Online Speech 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Criminal cases for online political speech are now commonplace in the UK, notorious for its hostility to basic free speech and press rights. As The Independent's James Bloodworth reported last week, "around 20,000 people in Britain have been investigated in the past three years for comments made online."
  640. Greenwald, Glenn; Fishman,Andrew: Greatest Threat to Free Speech in the West: Criminalizing Activism Against Israeli Occupation
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The U.K. government has announced that it is will be illegal for "local [city] councils, public bodies, and even some university student unions ... to refuse to buy goods and services from companies involved in the arms trade, fossil fuels, tobacco products, or Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank." Thus, any entities that support or participate in the global boycott of Israeli settlements will face "severe penalties."
  641. Greenwald, Glenn; Gallagher, Ryan: New Zealand Cops Raided Home of Reporter Working on Snowden Documents
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Agents from New Zealand's national police force ransacked the home of a prominent independent journalist earlier this month who was collaborating with The Intercept on stories from the NSA archive furnished by Edward Snowden. The stated purpose of the 10-hour police raid was to identify the source for allegations that the reporter, Nicky Hager, recently published in a book that caused a major political firestorm and led to the resignation of a top government minister.
  642. Greenwald, Robert: War on Whistleblowers: Free Press and the National Security State
    Free Press and the National Security State

    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2013
    During his election campaigns, Barak Obama promised the most transparent administration in U.S. history. Cynics can rejoice in the fact that the Obama administration has indicted more people for violating government secrecy than all previous administrations combined. This is the story of four whistleblowers who who traded their careers and life normalcy for slander, danger, legal prosecution and an opportunity to expose the crimes of the US government.
  643. Greenwald, Robert (director): Iraq for Sale
    The War Profiteers

    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2006
    A film about what happens to everyday Americans when corporations go to war which uncovers the connections between private corporations making a killing in Iraq and the decision makers who allow them to do so.
  644. Greenwald, Robert (director): Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2005
    A documentary film about the largest company on earth, featuring the stories and everyday lives of families and communities struggling to survive in a Wal-Mart world.
  645. Greenwald,Glenn: Cowardly Firing of Australian State-Funded TV Journalist Highlights the West's Real Religion
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    A TV sports commentator in Australia, Scott McIntyre, was summarily fired by his public broadcasting employer, Special Broadcasting Services (SBS), because of a series of tweets he posted about the violence committed historically by the Australian military.
  646. Greenwald. Glenn: U.S. Journalists Who Instantly Exonerated Their Government of the Kunduz Hospital Attack, Declaring it an "Accident"
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Shortly after the news broke of the U.S. attack on a Doctors without Borders (MSF) hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, there was abundant evidence suggesting (not proving, but suggesting) that the attack was no accident.
  647. Greenwalk, Dara; MacPhee, Josh: Signs of Change
    Social Movement Cultures 1960s to Now

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010
    Drawn from an exhibition at Exit Art, a cultural center in New York City, Signs of Change is a visual archive of more than 350 posters, prints, photographs, films, videos, music, and ephemera from more than twenty-five nations.
  648. Greenwalk, Glenn: The Sunday Times' Snowden Story is Journalism at its Worst - and Filled with Falsehoods
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Western journalists claim that the big lesson they learned from their key role in selling the Iraq War to the public is that it's hideous, corrupt and often dangerous journalism to give anonymity to government officials to let them propagandize the public, then uncritically accept those anonymously voiced claims as Truth. But they've learned no such lesson. That tactic continues to be the staple of how major U.S. and British media outlets "report," especially in the national security area.
  649. Greer, Germaine: The Female Eunuch
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971
  650. Gregoire, R.; Perlman, F.: Worker-Student Action Committees France May '68 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1969
    An account of the May-June 1968 events in Paris. The authors state that "our intention is not to 'clarify' the sequence of events which took place in France in order to make possible a ritual repetition of these events, but rather to contrast the limited views we had of the events at the time we were engaged in them, with the views we have gained from further action in different contexts."
  651. Gregor, Thomas: Anxious Pleasures (excerpt)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1986
  652. Gregory, Mark: Australia's rebel heritage of poetry and song
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Ballads like the one published in Borough, London, by the famous printer HP Such, had been sold on the streets of the towns and cities from which convicts were transported to Australia from the First Fleet onwards. This street literature was hawked for less than a penny and was sung, or "chaunted" by the seller to a large audience, many of them poor. HP Such's ballad provides us with a sample of the early industrial working class' emotional and political understanding of the rising empire.
  653. Greider, William: One World Ready or Not
    The Manic Logic of Global Capitalism

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1997   Published: 1998
    Wiliam Greider exposes the myths and the realities of the global economy in terms of human struggle.
  654. Greider, William: Who Will Tell The People
    The Betrayal Of American Democracy

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1993
    An exploration of the undermining of U.S. democracy, starting with the basic issues of who gets heard, who gets ignored, and why.
  655. Grescoe, Taras: Bottomfeeder
    How the Fish on Our Plates is Killing the Planet

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2008
  656. Grescoe, Taras: Straphanger
    Saving Our Cities and Ourselves from the Automobile

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2012
    A discussion of the major modern urban transport systems of the world.
  657. Gresh, Alain: The PLO
    The Struggle Within

    Resource Type: Book
    A classic study of the diversity of Palestinian political thinking embodied in the PLO - from Baathists to Marxists. The author provides a history of the major debates within the PLO as it has moved from the idea of replacing Israel with a bi-national democratic and secular state to the notion of recovering any part of occupied Palestine and the creation of an independent and separate Palestinian state.
  658. Grey, Barry: Race, class and the election of Trump
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    An analysis on the 2016 US presidential election.
  659. Grey, Stephen: The New Spymasters: Inside Espionage From the Cold War to Global Terror
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    What good timing for these books on espionage, just as ISIS - fruit of the worst "intelligence" lie of recent history, the Blair-Bush excursion into Iraq - surges on and spies for Britain and the US are said to be moving from Russia and China after revelations by whistleblower Edward Snowden. The British GCHQ is caught illegally spying on human rights groups and the American NSA bugging heads of state, including French president Francois Hollande.
  660. Greyson, John: Gazonto
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2014
    What would Israel's attack on Gaza in 2014 look like if it took place in Toronto?
  661. Griffin Art, Rev. (Chairperson Poverty Committee): United Church Requests Rate Increase for all Categories of Social Assistance
    Documentation Packet

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1978
  662. Griffin, Jan: Locked Out! One Wife's Story of the Staley Struggle
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
  663. Griffin, John Howard: Black Like Me
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1960
  664. Griffith, William E.: Communism in Europe Vol. II
    Continuity, Change and the Sino-Soviet Dispute

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1966   Published: 1967
    The second volume on the interaction of the developments in European communism and the Sino-Soviet dispute. This volume deals specifically with East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Sweden, Norway, and Finland.
  665. Griffiths, Jay: The Transition Initiative 
    Changing the scale of change

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    People never need communities more than when there are threats to security, food, and lives. The Transition Initiative recognizes how much we need this scale now, because of peak oil and climate change. But beyond this concrete need, the lack of a sense of community has negative psychological impacts on individuals across the 'developed' world, as people report persistent and widespread feelings of loneliness, isolation, dispossession, alienation, and depression.
  666. Grimes, William: Rosalyn Baxandall, Feminist Historian and Activist dies at 76
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Rosalyn Baxandall, a feminist historian who was among the first to bring scholarly attention to the historical role of women in the workplace and to expand the meaning of "women's work," has died.
  667. Griswold, Jack; Misenheimer, Mike; Powers, Art; Tromanhauser, Ed: Eye for an Eye
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1970
    Four inmates talk about the American penal system over 50 years of rehabilitation and the corruption inherent of the prison system.
  668. Gross, Daniel: Death in a New York Food Sweatshop
    The Killing of Juan Baten

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    For thousands of recent immigrants, the eastern section of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is where you go to find work in food processing and distribution factories that service many of New York City's markets and restaurants. If you've ever eaten a meal in New York, you can be assured that you've consumed food that has been produced and distributed through one of these food companies and those in a few adjacent neighborhoods.
  669. Gross, Jan T.: Neighbors
    The Destruction of the Jewish Community at Jedwabne, Poland

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001
    An account of the humiliation, butchery, torture and burning alive of 1600 Jewish men, women and children in the Polish town of Jedwabne on July 10, 1941 by their Polish neighbours.
  670. Gross, Leonard: The Last Jews in Berlin
    Powerful true story of the men and women who lived and survived in the dark heart of the Nazi Holocaust

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1982   Published: 1983
  671. Gross, Paul; Levitt, Norman: Higher Superstition: The Academic Left and its Quarrels with Science
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
    Describes attacks on science, and on concepts of truth and rationality, in areas of the humanities.
  672. Grosser, David: A Rejoinder on Antiwar Strategy
    Against The Current vol. 153

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Let me first restate as concisely as I can the main points of my essay “A New Strategy for Antiwar Organizing: Going Where the Millions Are”.
  673. Grosser, David: A Strategy for Antiwar Organizing 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    There is a paradox here: The organized antiwar movement’s effectiveness has declined, even while public opinion polls showed that antiwar sentiment among the public as a whole has grown steadily. A movement which declines while opportunities for growth are becoming more favourable is a peculiar one indeed.
  674. Grossman, David: Sleeping On A Wire
    Connversations with Palestinians in Israel

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1993
  675. Grossman, Elizabeth: As Temperatures Climb Across the Country, Workers Will Suffer
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The summer of 2016 is barely two weeks old, but this year is already on track to break high temperature records in the United States. On June 20, cities across the Southwest and into Nevada reached all-time triple-digit highs. Meanwhile, every single state experienced spring temperatures above average, with some in the Northwest reaching record highs. These temperatures have already proved deadly, killing five hikers in Arizona earlier this month. Triple-digit heat earlier that same week is also being blamed for the deaths of two construction workers, 49-year old Dale Heitman in St. Louis, Missouri, on June 15 and 55-year old Thomas F. “Tommy” Barnes on June 14 at the Monsanto campus in nearby Chesterfield, Missouri.
  676. Grossman, Elizabeth: The Biggest Source of Plastic Trash You've Never Heard of
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    How plastic waste is used on the farm for agriculture.
  677. Grossman, Karl: Flags of Convenience
    Corporate Anarchy on the High Seas

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Maritime lawlessness isn’t confined to pirates. Thanks to a system of ship registration called ‘flags of convenience,’ it is all too easy for unscrupulous ship owners to get away with criminal behaviour
  678. Grossman, Victor: Coming Cutthroats and Parting Pirates
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    "Shoot them down!" That’s one answer to the problem of refugees and immigrants flooding into Germany, clearer even than any Trump-wall. It was offered by Frauke Petry, head of Alternative for Germany (AfD), the fast-growing party which, now at 12 percent nationally, has moved up into third place, outstripping the Greens and the Left party (LINKE).
  679. Grossman, Victor: Je Suis Charlie - But I Have Others
    "Brothers, Our Town is Burning!"

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    We must work to close gaps, clasp hands and work together for a better world. We dare not forget those countless bloody deeds recorded largely in dusty archives - and their urgent lessons! I may well join in with "Je suis Charlie!" but must add: "I am Gul Rahman! I am Abu Zubaydah! I am Charles Horman and Ken Saro-Wiwa! I am Ghassan Kanafani and Victor Jara!"
  680. Grossman, Victor: Scenes From a Wonderful Parade Against the TPP
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    A quarter of a million people protested against the "Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership", TTIP, and its equally spurned Canadian sister, CETA.
  681. Grossman, Zoltan: The Global War on Tribes
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    The point is not that all tribal peoples pose an egalitarian alternative to neoliberal capitalism. Some (such as Indigenous peoples) certainly do have strong egalitarian principles, but many other tribal peoples -- such as in the new conflict zones -- certainly do not (particularly toward women). The salient point is not that all tribal cultures are paradise, but that they are not capitalist, and neoliberal capitalism cannot stand anything other than Total Control.
  682. Grossman, Zoltan: Remember the '80s
    Social Movements Between Woodstock and the Web

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    The history of 1980s activism deserves to be remembered and studied by those fighting for change today.It always helps to have a fuller view of the past, to figure out what to keep and what to discard.
  683. Grossman, Zoltan: A Short History of Bio-Chemical Weapons
    The Pot Calling the Kettle Black

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Chronology between 400 BC and 2013 of bio-chemical weaponry and foreign policy.
  684. Grossman, Zoltan: Why Kosovo But Not Palestine?
    The Right to Exist

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Barak Obama pretends that he is vetoing UN recognition of a Palestinian state because it did not come about as a result of negotations. But meanwhile the US has recognized Kosovo, which came into being without negotations, and in violation of international law.
  685. Grosso, Joseph: Elie Wiesel: Poseur for Peace
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    In the midst of another Israeli operation in Lebanon, this one in 2006, Wiesel stood in front of a crowd in Manhattan (along with then Senator Hillary Clinton) and declared "Israel defends herself, and we must say to Israel 'Go on defending yourself.'" His final years didn't slow him down. Wiesel took out a full page ad in newspapers across the country during the 2014 Israel-Gaza conflict fully supporting Israel's effort (Human Rights Watch went on to document several instances of war crimes by the Israeli military) without a syllable about diplomacy except that 'before diplomats can begin in earnest the crucial business of rebuilding dialogue…the Hamas death cult must be confronted for what it is'.
  686. Groupe d'Etude Sur le controle social, Ecole de Criminologie, Universite de Montreal, Le: Reflexions sur le role de l'Etat et de la Police Series: On Vous a a l'Oeil
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1978
  687. Groves, Tim: Canada's Spy Groups Divulge Secret Intelligence to Energy Companies
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Documents raise fears that info on environmentalists, indigenous groups and more shared with industry at biannual, secret-level, briefings.
  688. Growe, Sarah Jane: Who Cares?
    The Crisis in Canadian Nursing

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
  689. Grubacic, Andrej: Don't Mourn, Balkanize
    Essays After Yugoslavia

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010
    Don't Mourn, Balkanize! is the first radical account of Yugoslav history after Yugoslavia, surveying this complex history with imagination and insight. Grubacic's book provides essential information and perspective for all those interested in the recent history of this part of the world.
  690. Grubacic, Andrej (ed.): From Here to There: The Staughton Lynd Reader 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010
  691. Gruber, Helmut: Soviet Russia Masters the Comintern
    International Communism in the Era of Stalin's Ascendancy

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1974
    A documentary history.
  692. Gruber, Helmut (ed.): International Communism in the Era of Lenin
    Resource Type: Book
  693. Guastella, Dustin: Class Is in Session
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Millennials are better educated than ever. They also overwhelmingly identify as working class.
  694. Guerin, Daniel: Anarchism
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1965   Published: 1970
    Guerin sets out to describe the main themes of anarchist thought.
  695. Guerin, Daniel: Fascism and Big Busness
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1939   Published: 1973
    A history of the rise of fascism in Europe and the role of big business in supporting fascism.
  696. Guérin, Daniel: Fascism and Big Business (excerpt)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1938
    Events have demonstrated with tragic clearness that the moment the working class allows the fascist wave to sweep over it, a long period of slavery and impotence begins - a long period during which socialist, even democratic, ideas are not merely erased from the pediments of public monuments and libraries but, what is much more serious, are rooted out of human minds. Events have proved that fascism physically destroys everything opposing its dictatorship, no matter how mildly, and that it creates a vacuum around itself and leaves a vacuum behind it.
  697. Guérin, Daniel: Fascism and Socialism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1945
    Fascism is not a product that is specifically Italian or specifically German. It is the specific product only of decaying capitalism, of the crisis of the capitalist system which has become a permanent one. It has a double origin in the determination of big business to revive the profit mechanism by exceptional measures and in the revolt of the pauperized and despairing middle classes.
  698. Guerin, Fred: The Canadian Ministry of "Truth": "Reality Is Whatever We Say It Is"
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The government and corporations operate as if truth and reality are what they say it is. Guerin analyzes and provides examples of this propaganda, including Canada's Bill C-51.
  699. Guerra, Rene: Salvadorans Warn Canadians about World Bank's Kangaroo Court
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    In anticipation of an imminent ruling from the World Bank's little known investor-state arbitration tribunal that could force El Salvador to pay Canadian mining firm OceanaGold US$301 million, a Salvadoran delegation is in Canada to discuss how this arbitration process threatens democratic decision making, public health and the environment here and beyond.
  700. Guesde, Jules: The Secularization Yet to be Done
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1887
    The secularization of primary instruction, which our bourgeois republic doesn't want, is nothing but the substitution of one religion for another. It's a matter of placing the capitalist faith instead of the Christian faith in the brain in process of formation of working class France, for the greater security and profit of the economic and political exploiters.
  701. Guevara, Marina Walker; Ryle, Gerard; Olesen, Alexa; Cabra, Mar; Hudson, Michael; Giesen, Christoph: Leaked Records Reveal Offshore Holdings of China's Elite
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Close relatives of China's top leaders have held secretive offshore companies in tax havens that helped shroud the Communist elite's wealth, a leaked cache of documents reveals.
  702. Guevara, Marina, Walker; Lavelle, Marianne; Pell, M.B.; Kashiwagi, Akiko; and others: Global Climate Change Lobby
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Inside the battle to influence the most important environmental treaty of our time.
  703. Guillamon, Agustin; Sharkey, Paul (trans.): The Friends of Durruti Group: 1937-1939
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1996
    The story of a group of anarchists engaged in the Spain of 1936 to 1939 during one of the most thoroughgoing social and economic revolutions of all time.
  704. Guindon, Hubert: Quebec Society
    Tradition, Modernity, and Nationhood

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1988
  705. Gulevich, Vladislav: Ukraine: the Ugly Truth
    Kiev's War Against Freedom of Speech

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The US State Department has given its support to the military operation undertaken by Kiev in Donbass.
  706. Gunderloy, Mike; Goldberg, Janice: The World of Zines
    A Guide to the Independent Magazine Revolution

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1992
    Written for both readers and publishers of small press. Includes information on how to publish your own zine.
  707. Gunn, Christopher Eaton: Workers' Self-Management in the United States
    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1984
  708. Gup,, Ted: A Different Kind of Safe Space
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Words are dangerous, but not as dangerous as efforts to suppress them, be it by government or dean -- and certainly not as insidious as self-censorship.
  709. Gupta, Arun: How the People's Climate March Became a Corporate PR Campaign
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    I've never been to a protest march that advertised in the New York City subway. That spent $220,000 on posters inviting Wall Street bankers to join a march to save the planet, according to one source. That claims you can change world history in an afternoon after walking the dog and eating brunch.
  710. Gupta, Arun: The Politics of the California Drought
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    As if in compensation for a historic drought, California is being deluged by expressions of grim satisfaction that it is finally getting its comeuppance for environmental sins. Judgement was especially swift after California Gov. Jerry Brown imposed a 25 percent reduction in water usage for urban areas. The media asked if this is "The End of California?", as well as declaring "So Long, California," and "Dust Bowl 2.0."
  711. Gupta, Arun: What Does It Mean to Call Dylann Roof a 'Terrorist'?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    It would have been unfathomable a year ago for the phrase "white terrorism" to be used by the mainstream media. This shift in discourse is just one effect of the post-Ferguson moment in which there is a halting national discussion of systemic racism. Terminology matters because changing ideological frames is part and parcel of changing policies, institutions, and structures.
  712. Gupta, Joyeeta: Toxic Terrorism
    Dumping Hazardous Wastes

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
  713. Gupta, Tania Das: Learning from our History
    Community Development by Immigrant Women in Ontario 1958 - 1986

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1986
  714. Gurley, Lauren: Why the Left Isn't Talking About Rural American Poverty
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Within the popular American conscience there are two favoured focal points for discussing the problem of poverty. The first is within the urban, inner city context and the second is the poverty of the Global South: Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, South Asia, and the rest of the developing world. What seldom gets talked about -- and when it is, often with irreverent humor and contempt -- is the poverty of rural America, particularly rural white America: Appalachia, the Ozarks, the Mississippi Delta, the Dakotas, the Rio Grande Valley, the Cotton Belt. So why is the poverty of rural America largely unexamined, even avoided?
  715. Gusev, Alex: Perspectives on Putin's Russia
    Against The Current vol. 158

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The demonstrations of December 10 and 24, 2012 in Moscow, in which tens of thousands of people took part, show clearly that the period of social passivity in Russia is nearing its end.
  716. Guskin, Jane; Wilson, David: The Politics of Immigration
    Questions and Answers

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    Tackles questions and concerns about immigration with compelling arguments and hard facts, laid out in straightforward language and an accessible question-and-answer format.
  717. Gustafsson, Jenny: Professor's Work Shows People Power Trumps Violence
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Erica Chenoweth’s research is taking the bang out of armed struggles.
  718. Guthrie, Eileen; Miller, Sam: Making Change
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1977
    How to effect community change as an individual or as a member of a support group, a neighborhood organization, a board of directors, or other political group. Organizing skills, conflict diagnosis and resolution, communication skills, and running meetings are a few of the skills described in the context of neighbourhood/community change.
  719. Guthrie, Woody: Ballad of Sacco and Vanzetti
    Resource Type: Audio
    First Published: 1946   Published: 1996
    An album of songs written and recorded by Woody Guthrie about the notorious case of Sacco and Vanzetti, two Italian immigrants and anarchists in the 1920s who were charged and eventually executed after a highly dubious trial for their supposed involvement in a robbery.
  720. Guthrie, Woody: Bound for Glory
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1943   Published: 1970
    The autobiography of folk singer Woody Guthrie.
  721. Guthrie, Woody: Pastures of Plenty
    A Self-Portrait

    Resource Type: Book
  722. Guthrie, Woody; (edited by Moses Asch): American Folksong Woody Guthrie
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1947   Published: 1961
  723. Gutiérrez D., José Antonio: Book Review: "Anarchism & Socialism: Reformism or Revolution?" by Wayne Price
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
  724. Gutiérrez, Estrella: Bicycle Use Booming in Latin America
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    “I ride 43 km a day and I love it,” said Carlos Cantor in Bogotá, Colombia. “Five years ago I switched my car for a bike,” explained Tomás Fuenzalida from Santiago, Chile. They are both part of the burgeoning growth of cycling as a transport solution in Latin America.
  725. Gutierrez, Gustavo: A Theology of Liberation: History, Politics, and Salvation
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971
    The seminal text of the movement which was later characterized as liberation theology.
  726. Gutkin, Harry ; Gutkin, Mildred: Profiles in Dissent
    The Shaping of Radical Thought in the West

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1997
  727. Gutstein, Donald: Canada's right-wing media monopolies move further right
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    The Canadian news media landscape has changed dramatically since the Senate Committee on Transport and Communications released its underwhelming report on the state of Canadian media in 2006.
  728. Gutstein, Donald: How Canada's corporate media framed the Occupy movement
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    The Occupy movement occupied two parallel, rarely intersecting universes in the corporate media. In one, described frequently in the Toronto Star, occasionally in the Vancouver Sun and Globe and Mail and only once in the National Post, Occupy is a worldwide movement created in response to the growing gap between the one percent at the top of the income-and-asset pyramid and the 99 percent below.
  729. Gutstein, Donald: Stoking the False War Between Generations
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The world seemed to change dramatically in 2011. On the global stage the democracy movement that started in Tunisia spread throughout the Middle East and beyond, eventually settling into tiny Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan, just blocks from Wall Street. From there, Occupy Wall Street rippled out to become a global protest movement.
  730. Gutstein, Donald; Hackett, Robert: Project Censored Canada
    Researching The Nation's News Agenda - 1994 Yearbook

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
    Researching under-reported news stories.
  731. Gutstein; Donald: Debunking the Fraser Institute's Latest Crusade: Teacher Merit Pay
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Fresh from the triumph of successfully promoting its fallacious school report card, this time in Alberta, the Fraser Institute is already scheming to peg teacher pay to student test scores and create a market for teachers. We should remember that the institute's success with school rankings would not be possible without over-the-top support from the corporate media.
  732. Gutstein; Donald: Follow the Money, Part 1 - The Weston Family
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    You've seen him in television ads hyping President's Choice dessert ideas, naming fake supermarkets after enthusiastic customers, sitting down with moms around the kitchen table and talking to President's Choice farmers on their hormone-free farms.
  733. Gutstein; Donald: Follow the Money, Part 2 - Barrick Gold's Peter Munk
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The Fraser Institute awarded Barrick Gold chairman Peter Munk its T.P. Boyle Founder's Award at a gala dinner in Toronto in 2010. This is the think tank's most prestigious award, which it gave to Munk "in recognition of his unwavering commitment to free and open markets around the globe and his support for enhancing and encouraging democratic values and the importance of responsible citizenship." Equating "free and open markets" with "democratic values" is a long-standing neoliberal marketing mantra.
  734. Gutstein; Donald: Follow the Money, Part 3 - Big Oil and Calgary's School of Public Policy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    If it disseminates pro-free market studies like a right-wing think tank, and if it courts Big Oil money like a right-wing think tank, and if it recruits conservative scholars like a right-wing think tank, then it probably is a right-wing think tank.
  735. Gutstein; Donald: Follow the Money, Part 4 - Who Owns the National Post?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    It"s no secret that Postmedia Network, publisher of the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette, Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Vancouver Sun and other major Canadian dailies, is hemorrhaging money.
  736. Gutstein; Donald: Follow the Money, Part 5 - The Tobacco Papers Revisited
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Michael Walker, former executive director of the Fraser Institute, long denied that institute directors — the people who fund the institute’s work — can tell researchers what to do.
    According to this rosy view of the think tank’s mission, Big Oil directors from Calgary, for instance, don’t tell Fraser Institute researcher Kenneth Green to produce studies denying global warming or proving that the Keystone and Northern Gateway pipelines are crucial for Canada’s economic survival. Green does these on his own because that’s what his research indicates.
  737. Gutstein; Donald: Follow the Money, Part 6 - Obesity: A new role for second-hand-smoke-causes-cancer deniers
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The tobacco industry has shifted its doubt-manufacturing operations to countries like Russia, Indonesia and China, where the incidence of smoking — and cancer — continues to rise. But other industries with deep pockets need to manufacture doubt about the health risks of their products.
  738. Guyatt, Gord: A Brief History of the Medical Reform Group
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1995
    Covers the year 1979 - 1994.
  739. Guzman, Patricio (director): The Battle of Chile
    Chile, Obstinate Memory

    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 1975   Published: 1979
    The Battle of Chile is a documentary film directed by the Chilean Patricio Guzman, in three parts: The Insurrection of the Bourgeoisie (1975), The Coup d'état (1976), Popular Power (1979). It is a chronicle of the political tension in Chile in 1973 and of the violent counter revolution against the democratically elected government of Salvador Allende. It won the Grand Prix in 1975 and 1976 at the Grenoble International Film Festival.
  740. Guzman, Patricio (director): The Pinochet Case
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2001
    Original Title: Le cas Pinochet. True story of the saga that was hoped to be the long-awaited justice brought to bear upon Augosto Pinochet, Chilean dictator from 1973 to 1990. In September 1998, Pinochet flew to London on a pleasure trip but experienced back pain and underwent an operation in the London Clinic. Upon waking, he was arrested by Scotland Yard. Could it be that this was to become the first Latin American dictator to answer for crimes while serving as Head of State? After 500 days of house arrest, he nevertheless eventually returned unscathed to Chile, despite the compelling case against him .
  741. Guzmán, Patricio (director): Salvador Allende
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2004
    Salvador Allende is a 2004 documentary film about Chilean president Salvador Allende, from his election campaign to the coup d'état which ended his life.
  742. Guzmán, Patricio (director/writer): Nostalgia de la luz (Nostalgia for the Light) 
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2010
    In Chile's Atacama Desert, astronomers search the sky and explore the origins of the universe. Nearby, a group of women sift through the sand searching for body parts of loved ones murdered and dumped in the desert by the Pinochet dictatorship.
    A meditation on astronomy, the past, memory, and persistance.



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