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  1. Haadeh, Anis: Merkel in the Knesset
    Israel, Israel Above Everything!

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    We are still confronted with the phenomenon that critics of the Jewish State are labeled as anti-Semites or as self-hating Jews, respectively.
  2. Haaken, Jan: Women & War in Sierra Leone
    Against The Current vol. 110

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    While I was doing research in Guinea in the summer of 1999, a village woman informed me of a legend told throughout West Africa. “It is not good to send your children to America,” she said, “for in America, they bury Africans in shallow graves.”
  3. Habel, Janette: Cuba in Search of Renovation
    Against The Current vol. 141

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    On January 1, 1959, the rebel Army entered Havana and brought down the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista. Fifty years later, Fidel Castro has given up power, but his brother Raúl has relieved him. Far from being characterized by paralysis, this transition period has witnessed the emergence of an intense debate about the future of socialism, both among opponents as well as those who defend it with the desire to see it evolve.
  4. Haberkern, E.: The Debate at Halle
    Against The Current vol. 156

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    There were two defining moments in the history of the international working-class movement in the first half of the 20th century. The first, by far the most discussed and written about for obvious reasons, was the revolution in Russia in October 1917 and its subsequent isolation and defeat. The second was the disaster in the German movement, which had been for half a century the model of a militant, socialist working-class movement, and the subsequent collapse of that movement in the face of Nazism.
  5. Haberkern, Ernest: On Criticizing Marx
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    MICHAEL LOWY'S ARTICLE in ATC 71 was titled “For a Critical Marxism.”This is obviously a misprint. The original title could only have been “Where Marx Went Wrong.”
  6. Haberkern, Ernest: On Hal Draper's Zionism
    Against The Current vol. 130

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
    I would like to add some more information on the book by Hal Draper, Zionism, Israel and the Arabs, which is the source of the excerpt from his 1948 essay “How to Defend Israel” printed in the May/June 2007 issue of ATC.
  7. Haberkern, Ernie: On the CP-USA and the Unions
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    Trade union officialdom, especially its top layers, not only defends the rights of the employer against those demands of the members that can't be met at a given time; it also, and at the same time, defends the gains won by previous struggles. The inability to see this duality accounts for the instability of radicals in the trade unions.
  8. Habib, Irfan: Said, Edward, Critical Notes on
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    Edward Said was admired by the anti-imperialist left for his courageous defence of Palestinian rights. However, Irfan Habib argues that unfortunately Said's scholarly work, notably his major work 'Orientalism,' was confused and sloppy to be point of being unethical.
  9. Hachey, Jean-Marc: The Canadian Guide To Working and Living Overseas
    For Entry Level and Seasoned Professionals

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1992
    This work profiles 700 employers in government, the private sector,voluntary and international organizations for people who want to work in the Third World.
  10. Hackett, Robert: News and Dissent
    The Press and The Politics of Peace in Canada

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
    Hackett digs deep into several issues that affect how we hear, read, and see what is reported to us, as well as who and what decide exactly what is it that we hear, read and see.
  11. Hackett, Robert A.; Gruneau, Richard; with Donald Gutstein, Timothy A. Gibson and Newswatch Canada: The Missing News 
    Filters and Blind Spots in Canada's Press

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2000
    Asks a number of questions, including: How well do the news media filter reality, for what purposes, through what processes and in whose interests? How do newspapers and TV stations choose what news is printed or aired, which letters will be published, or who will be accorded credibility?
  12. Hackett, Robert A.; Zhao, Yuezhi: Sustaining Democracy?
    Journalism and the Politics of Objectivity

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1998
    Tthe authors argue that "the regime of objectivity" should give way to a journalism aimed at sustaining democracy.
  13. Hadjor, Kofi Buenor: On Transforming Africa
    Discourse with Africa's Leaders

    Resource Type: Book
    Hadjor believes that people have stopped asking questions about Africa. The depth of Africa's crisis seems to evoke passivity rather than serious discussion about solutions. But Hadjor argues that with Africa on the verge of a historic disaster, silence would be criminal. On Transforming Africa attempts to provide an explanation of the failures of the past and to force embarrassing issues out into the open.
  14. Haenni, Patrick; Amghar, Sami: The Myth of Muslim Conquest
    Less Threatening Than Imagined

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    It's easy to mistake the high visibility of Islam in the West for a massive return to piety in Muslim communities. But for the last 20 years religious observance has stagnated, even slightly waned.
  15. Hagedorn, John: The Global Gang Thang
    A World of Change: Armed Young Men and Gansta Culture (Globalization and Community)

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2008
  16. Haggart, Ron: Rumours of War
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971
  17. Hagler, Louis: Adverse Health Effects of Noise
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1995
    The effects of noise are widespread and impose long-term consequences on health.
  18. Hagopian, Joachim: The Nagorno-Karabakh Story the US Does Not Want You to Know
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    In the early morning hours of April 1-2, 2016, Azerbaijan launched a major military offensive into the disputed region Nagorno-Karabakh (NK) that's been controlled and defended by NK Armenian forces since the Russian brokered truce ended a bloody three year war in 1994. While Azeri President Ilham Aliyev was flying back to Baku after meeting 24 hours earlier with John Kerry in Washington who claimed "an ultimate resolution" had been reached, Azerbaijan was already once again at war with the NK Armenians.
  19. Hague, Gill: Some realities to remember
    An exchange on Adventure Playgrounds

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1972
  20. Hahnel, Robin: Brexit: Establishment Freak Out
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The "masters of the universe" are shocked and displeased. Increasing numbers of voters are registering their anger, most recently by voting for Brexit in Great Britain. But many who voted for Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump during the recent US primary season were motivated by similar frustrations. And before that, there was Occupy Wall Street, los Indignados in Spain, Syriza in Greece, and other massive protests elsewhere in Europe as well. The reason is simple.
  21. Haight, Anne Lyon: Banned Books
    Informal Notes on Some Books Banned for Various Reasons

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1970
  22. Haimzadeh, Patrick: Libya's second civil war
    From armed resistance to jihadist networks

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    With the events that led to Gaddafi's fall, a civil war between local groups and rival militias started in Libya. Four years later IS has appeared, and the country seems on the brink of collapse.
  23. Haines-Doran, Tom: Derailing Neoliberalism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Haines-Doran examines the British transit workers' stike against rail privitization with its lack of concern for safety, unions, and workers' rights.
  24. Hak, Gordon: The Left in British Columbia
    A History of Struggle

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    This comprehensive history of the left in British Columbia from the late nineteenth century to the present explores the successes and failures of individuals and organizations striving to make a better world.
  25. Halaby, Marcus; Copley, Sam: Revolution and counter-revolution in Syria
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    A large part of the Western left and radical media have written off the struggle against the totalitarian Assad regime in Syria as irretrievably lost. Effectively, for them, the counterrevolution has triumphed. And alongside them, there are also those who never supported the revolutionary uprising against the regime of Bashar al-Assad in the first place.
  26. Halberstam, David: Ho
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971
    A portrait of Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh.
  27. Halevi, Ilan: A History of the Jews - Ancient and Modern
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1987
    Starting from a political interpretation of the period when judges, kings and prophets held sway over Israel and Judah, Ilan Halevi traces the evolution of the Jewish identity through its numerous stages, from the Roman occupation and the decline of Temple authority, through to the Zionist settlement of Palestine in the twentieth century.
  28. Halimi, Serge: Liberal dogma shipwrecked
    From Market Madness to Recession

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    The first serious crisis of the post-communist era is at once economic, political, ideological and strategic. All the postulates put forward over the past 10 years as fundamental to modern society are called into question, this time throughout the world.
  29. Halimi, Serge: We can't go on like this
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    The legitimacy of capitalism as a way of organising society has been undermined; its promises of prosperity, social mobility and democracy have lost credibility. But there has been no radical change. The system has repeatedly come under fire, but it has survived. What has happened? What can be done about it?
  30. Hall, Anthony J.: The American Empire and the Fourth World
    The Bowl With One Spoon, Part One

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2003
    Hall presents a sweeping analysis of encounters between indigenous people and the European empires, national governments, and global corporations on the moving frontiers of globalization since Columbus "discovered America."
  31. Hall, Anthony J.: Earth into Property
    Colonization, Decolonization, and Capitalism

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010
    A broad exploration of the colonial roots of global capitalism and the worldwide quest of Indigenous people for liberation through decolonization.
    Part Two of The Bowl with One Spoon.
  32. Hall, Anthony J.: Harper, The Ottawa Shooter, and Selling of War
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The sensationalized media coverage of the police and military responses to the violent actions of one or more shooters in the Canadian capital of Ottawa Canada on Oct. 22 was truly global in scope. Among the newspapers that used on their front pages dramatic photographs of the elaborate militarization on Canada’s Parliament Hill were the New York Times.
  33. Hall, E.M.; Dennis, L.A.: Living and Learning
    The Report of the Provincial Committee on Aims and Objectives of Education in the Schools of Ontario

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1968   Published: 1969
    The "Hall-Dennis" Report, proposing new objectives and direction in education in Ontario.
  34. Hall, Sherona: Position Paper: Committee Against the Deportation of Immigrant Women
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
    This Position Paper was prepared by the Committee Against the Deportation of Immigrant Women (C.A.D.I.W.) in response to the growing discrimination and harassment faced by immigrant women.
  35. Hall, Wayne: The Anti-Nuclear Movement in Review: Defeat from the Jaws of Victory
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    EVERY NOW AND then Time magazine comes out with front cover screaming something like: “Russian Nukes: Is Anyone in Control?” The idea of a fanatic blowing up New York City with a Russian nuclear weapon hidden in a suitcase fits neatly into the mental slot once reserved for nightmares of Soviet intercontinental missiles raining down on American citizens and the Red Army landing in Miami.
    Just as the vision of hell played such an important role in medieval cosmology, the Russian...
  36. Hallas, Duncan: Hallas, Duncas - Writings - Index
    Resource Type: Article
    Writings of Duncas Hallas (1925-2002).
  37. Hallas, Duncan: Toward a Revolutionary Socialist Party
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2002
    Duncan Hallas, a now-retired leading member of the Socialist Workers' Party (Britain), wrote this article at the beginning of the 1970s with an eye toward a layer of radicalizing workers and student activists. Many in this period were attracted to revolutionary alternatives, but were wary of left organizations because of the betrayals of both social-democracy and Stalinism.
  38. Halle, John; Chomsky, Noam: Halle/Chomsky: An Eight Point Brief for LEV (Lesser Evil Voting)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Among the elements of the weak form of democracy enshrined in the constitution, presidential elections continue to pose a dilemma for the left in that any form of participation or non participation appears to impose a significant cost on our capacity to develop a serious opposition to the corporate agenda served by establishment politicians. The position outlined below is that which many regard as the most effective response to this quadrennial Hobson's choice, namely the so-called "lesser evil" voting strategy or LEV. Simply put, LEV involves, where you can, i.e. in safe states, voting for the losing third party candidate you prefer, or not voting at all. In competitive "swing" states, where you must, one votes for the "lesser evil" Democrat.
  39. Halleck, Thomas: Snowden's NSA Leaks Catalogued In First Searchable Database Of The Surveillance Documents
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Canadian journalists and researchers have teamed up to create the world's first fully-searchable index of the classified documents revealing NSA surveillance leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
  40. Hallet, Mary; Davis, Marilyn: Firing The Heather
    The Life and Times of Nellie McClung

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1993
    This is the story of Nellie McClung, Canada's leading figure in the early women's rights movements. She fought for the right for women not just to be recognized as persons but as also to work outside the home and for equal pay.
  41. Halliday, Fred: The Left and the Jihad
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    The left was once the principal enemy of radical Islamism. So how did old enemies become new friends?
  42. Hallinan, Conn: Baiting the Bear
    Russia and NATO

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    "Aggressive," "revanchist," "swaggering": These are just some of the adjectives the mainstream press and leading U.S. and European political figures are routinely inserting before the words "Russia," or "Vladimir Putin." It is a vocabulary most Americans have not seen or heard since the height of the Cold War. The question is, why?
  43. Hallinan, Conn: The Dark Side of the Ukraine Revolt
    The Rise of the Quasi-Fascists

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    While most of the Western media describes the current crisis in the Ukraine as a confrontation between authoritarianism and democracy, many of the shock troops who have manned barricades in Kiev and the western city of Lviv these past months represent a dark page in the country’s history and have little interest in either democracy or the liberalism of Western Europe and the United States.
  44. Hallinan, Conn: The Real Merchants of Death
    The Global Arms Trade

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    The global arms trade is a $60 billion yearly business, of which the U.S. controls nearly 40 percent, and a political and economic juggernaut that defends its turf with the ferocity of a junkyard dog.
  45. Hallinan, Conn: Sanctions & the Dollar
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The recent round of sanctions aimed at Moscow over the crisis in the Ukraine could backfire on Washington by accelerating a move away from the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. While in the short run American actions against Russia’s oil and gas industry will inflict economic pain on Moscow, in the long run the U.S. may lose some of its control over international finance.
  46. Hallinan, Conn: Tensions in the Arctic
    The Big Chill

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Tensions in the region arise from two sources: squabbles among the border states -- Norway, Russia, the U.S., Canada, Denmark (representing Greenland), Finland, Iceland, and Sweden -- over who owns what, and efforts by non-polar countries-- China, India, the European Union and Japan -- that want access. The conflicts range from serious to somewhat silly.
  47. Hallinan, Conn: A Terrible Beauty: Remembering Ireland's Easter Rebellion
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    It's a hundred years since some 750 men and women threw up barricades and seized key locations in downtown Dublin. They would be joined by maybe 1,000 more. In six days it would be over, the post office in flames, the streets blackened by shell fire, and the rebellion's leaders on their way to face firing squads against the walls of Kilmainham Jail. And yet the failure of the Easter Rebellion would eventually become one of the most important events in Irish history - a 'failure' that would reverberate worldwide and be mirrored by colonial uprisings almost half a century later.
  48. Hallinan, Conn: US must stop playing with nuclear hellfire
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The chances of nuclear destruction are higher than in the Cold War due to recent US foreign policy actions, including the positioning of armed forces positioned on Russia's borders.
  49. Hallinan, Conn: A Very Brazilian Coup
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    On one level, the impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff seems like vintage commedia dell’arte. For instance, the lower house speaker who brought the charges, Eduardo Cunha, had to step down because he has $16 million stashed in secret Swiss and U.S. bank accounts. The man who replaced Cunha, Waldir Maranhao, is implicated in the corruption scandal around the huge state-owned oil company, Petrobras.
  50. Hallinan, Conn: WikiLeaks, Ukraine and NATO
    A Relentless March to Russia's Doorstep

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Is the Russian occupation of the Crimea a case of aggressive expansionism by Moscow or aimed at at blocking a scheme by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to roll right up to the Russia’s western border?
  51. Hallinan, Joseph T.: Going up the River
    Travels in a Prison Nation

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001
    On the prisons in America, their unprofitable nature, and their ineffectiveness. Hallinan also explores the workings of mostly-white towns that host prisons of predominately black inmates.
  52. Halper, Jeff: The Future of Israel/Palestine
    Against The Current vol. 139

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008   Published: 2009
    Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s address to both houses of the U.S. Congress in May, 2006 was the clearest, most explicit presentation of Israel’s conception of where it is going vis-à-vis the Palestinians. It is perhaps the most skilled use of Newspeak since George Orwell invented the term in his novel 1984.
  53. Halper, Jeff: Globalizing Gaza 
    How Israel Undermines International Law Through "Lawfare"

    Resource Type: Unclassified
    First Published: 2014
    At the same time as it engages in repeated massive military assaults on a primarily civilian popuation in Gaza, Israel is also engaged in an ongoing assault on international humanitarian law by a highly coordinated team of Israeli lawyers, military officers, PR people and politicians. It is an effort not only to get Israel off the hook for massive violations of human rights and international law, but to help other governments overcome similar constraints when they embark as well on “asymmetrical warfare,” “counterinsurgency” and “counter-terrorism” against peoples resisting domination. It is a campaign that Israel calls “lawfare” and had better be taken seriously by us all.
    ...

    Israel’s strategy of lawfare rests on repeating illegal acts while continuing to justify them with “new military ethics.” “If you do something for long enough,” says Colonel (res.) Daniel Reisner, former head of the IDF’s Legal Department, “the world will accept it. The whole of international law is now based on the notion that an act that is forbidden today becomes permissible if executed by enough countries…. International law progresses through violations. We invented the targeted assassinations thesis [that extra-judicial killings are permitted when it is necessary to stop a certain operation against the citizens of Israel and when the role played by the target is crucial to the operation] and we had to push it. Eight years later it is in the center of the bounds of legality.” “The more often Western states apply principles that originated in Israel to their own non-traditional conflicts in places like Afghanistan and Iraq,” says Kasher, “then the greater the chance these principles have of becoming a valuable part of international law.”
  54. Halper, Jeff: Israel in Gaza: A Critical Reframing 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    The critical reframing we offer, that of Israelis committed to human rights, international law and a just peace as the only way out of this interminable and bloody conflict, argues that security cannot be achieved unilaterally while one side oppresses the other and that Israel's attack on Gaza is merely another attempt to render its Occupation permanent by destroying any source of effective resistance.
  55. Halper, Jeff: An Israeli in Palestine
    Resisting Dispossession, Redeeming Israel

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2008
    Jeff Halper's book is, in part, the story of the evolution of a "white moderate" peace campaigner from Hibbing, Minnesota, to a radical Israeli campaigner for justice for the Palestinians.
  56. Halper, Jeff: Israeli Violations of Human Rights
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2002
    Speech by Jeff Halper, Coordinator Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions. Halper focuses on the fact that "virtually all of Israel's occupation of Palestinian lands violates human rights conventions and especially the Fourth Geneva Convention that forbids an occupying power from making its presence a permanent one."
  57. Halper, Jeff: Power to the (Palestinian) People!
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    I am not a Palestinian; I am not one of the oppressed. I only hope I can use my privilege in an effective way in order to redeem the gift the people of Gaza have given all of us: the realization that the people do have power and can prevail even in the face of overwhelming power. We may each express our responsibility towards the people of Gaza in whatever way most suits us, but as the privileged we must do something.
  58. Halper, Jeff: War Against the People
    Israel, The Palestinians and Global Pacification

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    Governments today are waging a 'war against the people' -- whether 'securitization' against asylum seekers in Fortress Europe, 'counterinsurgency' in Afghanisation, or the subliminal war of policy and surveillance arising everywhere. Israel's contribution to this is key: exporting the high-tech weaponry, security systrems and methods of pacification perfected on the Palestinians in the Occupied Territories.
  59. Halper, Jeff: What Comes Next: Towards a bi-national end-game in Palestine/Israel
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Jeff Halper suggests that the best political system to express both the desires of the two national communities of Palestine/Israel for self-determination and of its individual citizens for democracy would seem to be a consociational democracy.
  60. Halpern, Rick; Horowitz, Roger: Meatpackers
    An Oral History of Black Packinghouse Workers and Their Struggle for Racial and Economic Equality

    Resource Type: Book
    Provides an important window into race and racism in the American workplace. In their own words, male and female packinghouse workers in the Midwest - mostly African-American - talk of their experiences on the shop floor and picket lines.
  61. Halstead, Fred: Out Now
    A Participant's Account of the Movement in the United States Against the Vietnam War

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001
    An account of the fight for a political course able to organize working people, GIs, and youth and help lead growing world opposition to the Vietnam War.
  62. Hamel, Peter: Boreal Forests in Crisis
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991   Published: 1992
    Canada's assault on the Boreal forest rivals Brazil's exploitation of the Amazon. In both countries governments and multinational corporations are scheming to clear-cut forests for short-term profit. They treat rivers as sewers, poison the fish and drive aboriginal peoples from their ancestral lands.
  63. Hamer, Jennifer F.: East St. Louis As Detroit's Mirror
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    East St. Louis, Illinois, in many ways a smaller Detroit.
  64. Hamilton, Ian: The Children's Crusade
    The Story of the Company of Young Canadians

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1970
  65. Hamilton, Martha M.: Panamanian Law Firm Is Gatekeeper To Vast Flow of Murky Offshore Secrets
    Files show client roster that includes drug dealers, Mafia members, corrupt politicians and tax evaders - and wrongdoing galore

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Founding partners of Mossack Fonseca had international pedigrees and backgrounds in the worlds of money, power and secrets. The law firm helps clients respond swiftly to changes in laws, shifting business from one secrecy jurisdiction to another. Among additional services offered are yacht and plane registrations, and, for some clients, handling of finances. Mossack Fonseca kept a low profile -- until recent scandals brought international attention.
  66. Hammond, Herb: Seeing the Forest Among the Trees
    The Case for Wholistic Forest Use

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1992
  67. Hammond, Jeremy: Jeremy Hammond's Court Statement Upon Being Sentenced To 10 Years In Jail
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Jeremy Hammond was sentenced to ten years in prison for hacking Stratfor communications, then releasing information to Wikileaks. This is his statement.
  68. Hammond, Jeremy R.: Rejoinder to Criticism of Chomsky: Asset or Liability?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    One can learn much more about Chomsky’s actual views from the real Chomsky than from reading about some imaginary Chomsky which some critics have manufactured.
  69. Hammond, Philip; Herman, Edward S.: Degraded Capability
    The Media and the Kosovo Crisis

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2000
    The media played a highly partisan and propagandistic role in Nato’s Kosovo war, uncritically reproducing official spin in a way incompatible with their proclaimed role as objective purveyors of information.
  70. Hammond, Stephen: Steps in the RIGHTS direction
    365 Human Rights Celebrations & Tragedies that Inspired Canada and the World

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2008
    Stephen Hammond has researched one human rights fact for each day of the year.
  71. Hampton, Paul: For Workers' Climate Action
    Climate Change and Working-Class Struggle

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    A new collection of articles and reviews on the fight against dangerous climate change, capitalism and workers' organisation and struggle. Urges the left to reach out to climate activists to make the case that being "anti-capitalist" is important but not enough.
  72. Hampton, Paul: Workers and Trade Unions for Climate Solidarity
    Tackling climate change in a neoliberal world

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    Paul Hampton, a Marxist trade union researcher in Britain, addresses the role of workers in the climate justice movement, as well as the tasks of revolutionaries.
  73. Han, Kirsten: A Life of Challenge to the Dogma of "Objectivity"
    Richard Bell Is Practiced at Juggling Journalism, Advocacy and Politics

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Journalism, advocacy, politics: Are they completely different fields or aspects of the same game? Can someone actually do all three? Richard Bell has done them all and has lived to tell the tale.
  74. Hanah, Rhonda Kara: Sleeping Children Awake 
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 1992
    A feature length documentary video outlining the history of the residential school system and its effect on generations of First Nations’ people in Canada.
  75. Hancox, Dan: Spain's communist model village
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Marinaleda, in impoverished Andalusia, used to suffer terrible hardships. Led by a charismatic mayor, the village declared itself a communist utopia and took farmland to provide for everyone. Could it be the answer to modern capitalism's failings?
  76. Hancox, Dan: The Village Against The World
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    Hancox recounts the fascinating story of Marinaleda villagers who expropriated the land owned by wealthy aristocrats and have, since the 1980s, made it the foundation of a cooperative way of life.
  77. Hand, Mark: From Libraries to Climate Change
    Why Cindy Milstein Believes Anarchism is More Relevant Than Ever

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Anarchism as a word to capture a set of ethics and political philosophy is more interesting to me, Milstein says.
  78. Hand, Mark: The Mine Wars: West Virginia's Coal Miners March on Public Television
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    This riveting history of southern West Virginia's coal industry eventually caught the eye of a national television network.PBS is premiering a two-hour documentary called The Mine Wars as part of American Experience, the network's flagship history series.
  79. Hand, Mark: Pipeline Rights vs Private Property Rights 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The U.S. natural gas industry views private property with less reverence than it did when the shale gas revolution began 10 years ago. Companies are chomping at the bit to build new pipelines that will move natural gas and natural gas liquids to profitable markets. However, building a single long-haul pipeline is a timely and costly endeavour that often requires working with hundreds of individual private property owners to create a right of way.
  80. Hand, Mark: Police Intimidation: From Dalton Trumbo to Deep Green Resistance
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Homeland Security agents have contacted more than a dozen members of Deep Green Resistance (DGR), a radical environmental group, including one of its leaders, Lierre Keith, who said she has been the subject of two visits from the FBI at her home.
  81. Hand, Mark: Tony Mazzocchi Lives: Blue-Green Organizer Takes Up 'Just Transition' Mantle
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Union and environmental activist Alex Lotorto believes environmentalists should be working more closely with organized labour and following the advice of some of labour's more enlightened leaders.
  82. Hanegbi, Haim; Machover, Moshe; Orr, Akiva: The Class Nature of Israel
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971
    Israeli society is not merely a society of immigrants; it is one of settlers. The society, including its working class, was shaped through a process of colonization. The permanent conflict between the settlers' society and the indigenous, displaced Palestiniann has never stopped and has shaped the very strcuture of Israeli sociology, politics, and economics.
  83. Hanieh, Adam: Lineages of Revolt
    Issues of Contemporary Capitalism in the Middle East

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    While the outcomes of the tumultuous uprisings that continue to transfix the Arab world remain uncertain, the root causes of rebellion persist. Drawing upon extensive empirical research, Lineages of Revolt tracks the major shifts in the region’s political economy over recent decades.
  84. Hanley, Charles J.: Inuit Are Living on the Front Lines of Climate Change
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Climate change is being felt in northwest Canada, and in a wide circle at the top of the world, stretching from Alaska through the Siberian tundra, into northern Scandinavia and Greenland, and on to Canada's eastern Arctic islands, a circle of more than 300,000 indigenous people.
  85. Hanley, Lawrence J.: What would Rosa Parks do today?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    If Rosa Parks was taking action against transit racism today, she likely wouldn’t talk about segregated seating. Instead, she would be calling attention to disappearing service and unaffordable fares in communities that need transit the most.
  86. Hanley, Paul (Editor): Earthcare: Ecological Agriculture in Saskatchewan
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1980
  87. Hann, Russel: Farmers Confront Industrialism
    Some Historical Perspectives on Ontario Agrarian Movement

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971   Published: 1975
  88. Hann, Russel: Some Historical Perspectives on Canadian Agrarian Political Movements
    The Ontario Origins of Agrarian Criticism of Canadian Industrial Society

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971   Published: 1973
  89. Hann, Russell G.; Kealey, Gregory S.; Kealey, Linda; Warrian, Peter: Primary Sources in Canadian Working Class History 1860-1930
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1973
  90. Hanna, Liz: India's killer heatwave - a deadly warning of the world we face, without climate action
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    As delegates prepare for the Bonn climate talks, India is being struck by extreme heat with a long-delayed monsoon season and a death toll of thousands. If this is an indicator of the warming world to come, it's giving us all the reasons we could possibly want to act decisively before it's too late.
  91. Hanna, Mike: Mandela's art of 'understanding the enemy'
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    A senior correspondent reflects on decades of covering the savvy political operator who became an African icon.
  92. Hanon, Steve: The Devil's Breath: The Story of the Hillcrest Mine Disaster of 1914
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
  93. Hansen, Emmanuel (ed.): Africa
    Perspectives on Peace and Development

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
    The African continent is today riven by a variety of conflicts that threaten not only human rights and social order, but also prospects for development and even the sovereignty of African states, In this volume, leading African scholars to confront the issues that peace studies in an African context raise. Peace is considered in the light of continuing struggles for democracy and social rights.
  94. Hansia, Fatima: Saudi Star To Restart Rice Project on Disputed Anuak Lands in Ethiopia
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Saudi Star Agricultural Development plans to spend $100 million in a rice export project in Gambella region of Ethiopia despite allegations of human rights violations surrounding the "villagization" program.
  95. Hanson, Philip P.: Environmental Ethics
    Philosophical and Policy Perspectives

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1986
  96. Hanson, Randel: Local Harvest for an Urban Landscape
    Laying the Foundations for Sustainable Local Food Systems

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    How do you create a locally harvested food system for a city of 100,000?
  97. Haraszti, Miklos: A Worker in a Worker's State
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1975   Published: 1977
  98. Harbinson, Rob: Cambodia: indigenous protests repel dam builders - so far
    We don't need any compensation because we are staying here on the lands of our ancestors. Our children will never forgive us if we move.

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Since the 1980s Cambodia has lost 84% of its primary forests, and the remote Cardamom mountains are the country's last great natural treasure. Just the place for grandiose dam projects? 'No way!" say indigenous people and young eco-activists.
  99. Harbinson, Rob: Philippines islanders unite to resist 'land grab' palm oil companies
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Farmers on Palawan are being tricked into giving land away to palm oil companies with local government support, writes Rod Harbinson. Under the palm oil company 'leases' the farmers lose all rights to their land, never receive any money, and are saddled with 25 years of debt. Those who resist the land grabs are now in fear for their lives following the murder of a prominent campaigner.
  100. Harbinson, Rod: Cambodia: local people risk everything to defend national park sold off to highest bidders
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Botum Sakor national park is one of Cambodia's biodiversity hotspots. Now indigenous people are being violently evicted as the park is being sold off to developers for logging, plantations, casinos and hotels. Local communities are defending themselves and their land.
  101. Hardigan, Richard: Ethnic Cleansing in Palestine: Home Demolitions on the Rise
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    According to the Israeli Committee against House Demolitions, an Israeli NGO, the Israeli government has demolished 28,000 Palestinian structures since the Occupation of the West Bank and Gaza began in 1967, resulting in the homelessness and suffering of untold numbers of people. There is little ambiguity about the morality of this form of ethnic cleansing, and even most Israeli legal scholars agree that it is in contravention of international law.
  102. Hardigan, Richard: Shatila: Remembering the Massacre
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Shatila is probably the most well-known of all the Palestinian refugee camps. In September of 1982, a local Christian militia, known as the Phalange, aided by its Israeli allies, entered Shatila and bordering Sabra, engaging in an orgy of torturing and killing that lasted several days.
  103. Hardikar, Jaideep: A Village Awaits Doomsday
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    Jaideep Hardikar brings us the personal stories of ordinary people from across India who were displaced and made destitute by innumerable government and private initiatives.
  104. Hardin, Herschel: The Privatization Putsch
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
    According to Hardin, privatization is the expression of the ideology of a right wing, corporate agenda: business wants to gets its hands on public funds and politicians are more than willing to hand over publicly owned enterprises and public services to business friends, nearly always on terms that are immensely favourable to the corporations involved.
  105. Hardin, Hershel: The New Bureaucracy 
    Waste and Folly in the Private Sector

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1992
    Hardin shows that the private sector is a huge and wasteful bureaucracy; he looks at major corporations, the stock market, the advertising and marketing industry, consultants, money managers, think tanks, the media, etc.
  106. Harding, Bill: URANIUM: Correspondence with the Premier
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1979
    This book is a collection of letters between Bill Harding, former director of programme policy of the United Nations Development Program (New York), and the Office of Premier Allan Blakeney, Saskatchewan. Its aim is a critique of the N.D.P. Government's decision for uranium mining.
  107. Harding, James: Tragedy, Absurdity and Joy in the Classroom
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1968
    James Harding's critique of institutionalized eduction and its effects on the quality of human knowledge.
  108. Harding, Jeremy: Border Vigils
    Keeping Migrants Out of the Rich World

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2012
    A look at immigration controversies, focusing on the migrants' circumstances.
  109. Harding, Jeremy: South Africa's short memory
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The migrants so recently attacked in South Africa almost all came from neighbouring countries that paid a high price in death and ruin for supporting anti-apartheid struggles.
  110. Harding, Jim: Canada's Deadly Secret
    Saskatchewan uranium and the global nuclear system

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    The struggle over Saskatchewan's uranium mining, and the negative impacts on Aboriginal rights and environmental health, and the effect of free trade. Nuclear energy cannot address global warming and there is no such thing as a "peaceful atom."
  111. Harding, Jim: Canada's Indians: A Powerless Minority
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1965
    Discusses several complicated issues bringing to light the troubling relationship between the Canadian government and Native communities.
  112. Harding, Thomas: The Video Activist Handbook
    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 2011
    Explains the basic skills and know-how required for those beginning video activism,as well as a wealth of ideas on video strategies to those with some prior experience, and numerous examples of contemporary video activism from around the world.
  113. Harding, Vincent: Martin Luther King (Revised Edition)
    The Inconvenient Hero

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1995   Published: 2008
    In these eloquent essays that reflect upon King's legacy over the past two decades and the meaning of his life today, a portrait emerges of a man constantly evolving and going deeper into the roots of violence and injustice -- a man whose challenge remains as timely and necessary as ever.
  114. Hardy, Jane: Radical economics, Marxist economics and Marx's economics
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The major global crises of the mid-1970s and 2008-9 provoked debates among the ruling class about the best economic policies to manage capitalism. For socialists and activists the question was different, and debates about whether and to what extent capitalism could be reformed to avert crisis and instil a more humane and fair system became even sharper.
  115. Hardy, Jane & Budd, Adrian: China's capitalism and the crisis
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Coupled with spectacular growth rates since the late 1970s, China’s “soft landing” and apparent rapid recovery from the crisis appear to support claims made by some on the right and the left that the 2008 recession has been a catalyst for the core of capitalism shifting to the East and setting in motion a change in global geopolitics.
  116. Harel, Yehudit; El Zant, Dr. Amr: Jews, Arabs & the Geneva Accord
    Against The Current vol. 109

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    Talking publicly about the virtues and hazards of the Geneva accords these days is not an easy task, as the topic is both highly emotional -- rightly so, as a matter of utmost importance -- and highly divisive.
  117. Hargis, Michael J.: Letter - Useless pastime
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1980
    Let's get down to the business of really discussing the issues: the role and nature of the State, trade unions, feminism, nationalism, sexuality, etc.
  118. Hargreaves, Ian: Journalism: A Very Short Introduction
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2003   Published: 2005
    Ian Hargreaves discusses the history, development, future and ethics of journalism and describes journalists' relationship with the public.
  119. Hari, Johann: Why bananas are a parable for our times
    Amost unnoticed, bananas are dying

    Resource Type: Article
    The corporations that control the banana industry have created a giant monoculture. Disease is now destroying the fruit, and because natural genetic diversity has been eliminated, there is no remedy.
  120. Harley, Peter: The Wall, Apartheid and Mandela
    Will the Wall Bring Down Israel?

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
    During his years of struggle in South Africa, Nelson Mandela offered ideas worth examining closely, especially when considering that he and his followers defeated the very condition that Palestinians face today, Apartheid.
  121. Harman, Chris: Bureaucracy and Revolution in East Europe
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1974
    For twenty years the workers in Eastern Europe have fought, fallen back, and fought again -- for food and workers' power. Their victory would shatter the oppressive regimes they live under and ignite revolution in Russia itself.
  122. Harman, Chris: The Fire Last Time (Second Edition) 
    1968 and After

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1988   Published: 1998
    The year 1968 was a watershed. Millions of workers in France struck in protest at police violence, the black ghettos in the United States rose in protest at the assassination of Martin Luther King, and it was the year of the Prague Spring when students and workers rose against Stalinism, only to be crushed by Russian tanks. Substantially revised and updated to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the revolt, this work analyses the period and draws lessons from the events of 1968 that will still have relevance today.
  123. Harman, Chris: The Lost Revolution 
    Germany 1918 to 1923

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1982   Published: 2008
    Without an understanding of the defeat of the revolution in post-World War I Germany, the great barbarisms that swept Europe in the 1930s cannot be understood. Here, Chris Harman unearths the history of the lost revolution, and reveals its lessons for the future struggles for a better world.
  124. Harman, Chris: A People's History of the World 
    From the Stone Age to the New Millennium

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1999
    Harman describes the shape and course of human history as a narrative of ordinary people forming and re-forming complex societies in pursuit of common human goals.
  125. Harman, Chris: Russia – How the Revolution was Lost
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1967
  126. Harman, Chris; Potter, Tim: The workers' government
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
    The biggest far left organisations in Italy to emerge from the great wave of struggle from 1968 to 1975 changed their strategy to one of focussing on the formation of a ‘left’ government within the existing parliamentary set-up.
  127. Harms, Gregory: The Nation is Not Divided and Still Prefers Bernie Sanders
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The reportage of the presidential primaries has been heavy on personalities and the latest numbers, and light on information useful to voters. Comparisons to a horse race are apt. Were the news to take a documentary approach instead, the campaigns would be revealed as they are: something existing contrary to the public's interests.
  128. Harnecker, Marta: Ideas for the Struggle
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004   Published: 2016
    A revision of Harnecker's 2004 collection of essays, examining the movements of the left and the challenges faced in organizing and furthering movements, edited for the US historical context.
  129. Harnecker, Marta: Rebuilding the Left
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    Beginning with an overview of the Left in Latin America, from the Cuban Revolution to the present, Harnecker goes on to analyze developments now taking place and stresses the necessity of developing an alternative to present forms of globalization.
  130. Harnish, Paul (ed.): One Earth -- Two Worlds
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
    Package of materials dealing with food-related themes.
  131. Haro, Lea: Rosa Luxemburg & the Mass Strike
    Against The Current vol. 118

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    The Russian revolution of 1905 sparked strikes and protests all over Central Europe. In Germany the workers took an active interest in the Russian situation and demanded the presence of the SPD’s (Social Democratic Party) inspiring speaker, Rosa Luxemburg. For Luxemburg, the upsurge in strikes symbolized the revolutionary spirit of the working class. She became increasingly disillusioned and frustrated, however, with the SPD’s lack of support and the Trade Unions’ attempts to prevent strikes.
  132. Harper, Vern: Following the Red Path
    The Native People's Caravan

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1979
    An account of the Native People's Caravan, a cross Canada trek to raise awareness of broken treaties and grievances against the Canadian government.
  133. Harries-Jones, Peter: Towards a two-tiered knowledge society
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    On the Conservative government's actions to reduce Internet access and library access to a large portion of the population.
  134. Harriman, Ed: Hack
    Home Truths about Foreign News

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
    This book is about HACKS - journalists, the men and women who fly into famines and wars and in a few days churn out stories telling the world what has been going on. It shows how HACKS work and the pressures that they face through some of the big news stories and hidden wars of the past decade. It's also about "newspeak" and double talk to square what is actually happening to the complacencies of news organisations at home. Finally, it's about how one HACK thinks; how he has picked his way through the political minefield of journalism and survived with only the loss of a few stories chopped and a few others consigned to the waste bin.
  135. Harrington, James: The Commonwealth of Oceana
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1656
    James Harrington's Common-Wealth of Oceana (1656) was based on universal land-ownership and was a militant republic dedicated to spreading its democratic system to the rest of the world. Harrington's well-meaning vision almost landed him in prison and Cromwell banned it.
  136. Harrington, Michael: The Next Left
    The History of a Future

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1986   Published: 1987
    Harrington speculates and ponders on the potential rise to power of socialist governments in the Western world in the near (1990s) future.
  137. Harrington, Michael: The Other America
    Poverty in United States

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1963   Published: 1964
  138. Harrington, Michael: Socialism
    Past and Future

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989   Published: 1992
    Harrington discusses the evolving nature of socialism, examining its past, present, and future, and discusses the work of Karl Marx, John Maynard Keynes, and others
  139. Harrington, Thomas S.: Israel Has Been 'Singled Out' in the US for a Very Long Time
    To whom much is given, much is expected

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    The American Studies Association, the umbrella organization of academics devoted to the study of US literature, history and culture, recently voted to join the movement to boycott Israeli academic institutions.
  140. Harris, Godfrey: The Ultimate Black Book
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
  141. Harris, Mark: The Measure of a Revolutionary: Remembering Eugene V. Debs
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Debs was an articulate, far-reaching critic of American society, staunchly anti-capitalist and opposed to both Democratic and Republican parties, which he saw as controlled by Wall Street. In his five campaigns as the Socialist Party candidate for President of the United States, Debs excoriated the economic exploitation of workers, including the then rampant abuses of child labor, with rare oratorical skill. He advocated for unions in all major industries and promoted a vision of socialism as grassroots economic democracy. In a deeply racist, patriarchal society, he was also staunchly anti-racist and pro-women's rights. When war hysteria swept the country, Debs openly defied the warmongers to oppose U.S. entry into World War I. He did so not as a pacifist, but because he saw the world war as an inter-imperialist dispute among the ruling classes of competing capitalist nations.
  142. Harris, Michael: Lament for an Ocean
    The Collapse of the Atlantic Cod Fishery: A True Crime Story

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1998
    Harris's account of why and how the northern cod was taken to the brink of extinction in little more than thirty years.
  143. Harris, Nigel: Characterising the period
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    An analysis of the fundamental contradiction today is that between global capitalism and the system of nation-states. In this brief but sharp overview Nigel updates his analysis by bringing it to bear on the global economic crisis and the political reactions it is provoking.
  144. Harris, Nigel: India-China: Underdevelopment and Revolution
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1974
  145. Harris, Nigel: Indo-China
    Underdevelopment and Revolution

    Resource Type: Book
  146. Harris, Nigel: The Mandate of Heaven
    Marx and Mao in Modern China

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1978
    China’s transformation from a poor country devastated by war into a major world power is a modern legend. But how did this change come about? What are the real living conditions of the peasants and workers? Why, when apparently united in their beliefs, are Russia and China enemies? And why, if Mao is right, must Marx be wrong? Using publications from the People’s Republic and his own extensive research, Nigel Harris has written a serious critique of the history, aims and actions of the communist Party in China.
  147. Harris, Nigel: The New Untouchables
    Immigration and the New World Worker

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1995
    This book examines migration as a response to changes in the world economy. Harris shows that despite tighter controls, increasing numbers of workers are moving, whether legally or nor, between countries. Unskilled immigrant workers play a vital role in improving standards of living in the developed world. In turn, the countries from which they have come benefit in a major way from the earnings sent back home. Arguing that few of the fears about immigration are justified, and that increased imigration tends to mean that jobs and incomes expand, this work shows why governments will have to ensure the freedom of people to come and go as they choose.
  148. Harris, Richard; Vilas, Carlos M. (ed.): Nicaragua
    A Revolution Under Siege

    Resource Type: Book
    Latin American and U.S. scholars and journalists present an independent analysis of the first five years of the Sandinista Revolution. They show the immense problems - organizational, economic, political - faced in transforming a society distorted by decades of the Somoza dictatorship, problems made much more difficult by the U.S.A.'s continuous pressure since 1979 and the CIA's covert war of subversion.
  149. Harris, Roger D.; Kaufman, Chuck: Chávismo and Its Discontents
    International Left Intellectuals Respond to Venezuelan Government's Legislative Election Setback

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Five hours after the polls had closed, the National Electoral Council (CNE) announced a landslide victory for the opposition in Venezuela's the National Assembly elections. The response of international left intellectuals has ranged from critical support to outright rejection of the socialist project in Venezuela. We argue for the importance of recognizing the overarching influence of US imperialism and for the acceptance of using the state as an instrument of popular power by the international solidarity movement.
  150. Harris, Shane: The Watchers
    The Rise of America's Surveillance State

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010
    An exploration of how and why the American government increasingly spies on its own citizens.
  151. Harrison, Marta: For the Fun of It! Selected Cooperative Games for children and Adults
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1975
    Activities that groups of adults, kids, or a mixture can use to develop cooperation and to have fun.
  152. Harry, M.: The Muckraker's Manual
    How To Do Your Own Investigative Reporting

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1980
    The skills of investigative reporting described for non-journalists.
  153. Harshbarger, Rebecca: In Uganda, Rioters Strip Women Wearing Trousers
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Rioters attacked and stripped about 20 Ugandan women who were wearing trousers last week during deadly riots in Kampala. The humiliations were part of a major confrontation between a traditional kingdom and President Yoweri Museveni's government.
  154. Hart, Alan: Some Israeli Leaders Do Sometimes Tell The Truth
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Still today, 48 years on, there are relatively few people who know the whole truth about how Israel set the stage for war in June 1967 to grab more Arab land. The single most decisive event that made war inevitable happened on Thursday 1 June, four days before Israel launched its attacks. What was it?
  155. Hart, Julian Tudor: Feasible Socialism
    The National Health Service, past, present and future

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
  156. Hart-Landsberg, Martin: Causes and Consequences: Inside The Asian Crisis
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    What is happening now is more than the collapse of several Asian economies, it is the unraveling of a development model that these two major capitalist institutions, the World Bank and the IMF, had widely touted as demonstrating the virtues of export-led, free-market capitalism.
  157. Hart-Landsberg, Martin: FTAA, The Hydra's New Head
    Against The Current vol. 90

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2001
    Capitalism in many ways is like the mythical hydra of Greek legend, a gigantic serpent with multiple heads, the center one being immortal; every time an attacker chopped off one of its outer heads, two others grew in its place. It was killed by Heracles, with the assistance of his charioteer Iolaus. As Heracles chopped off a head, Iolaus would burn its neck cavity to keep new heads from growing. Eventually they were able to reach the center head and sever it from the body.
  158. Hart-Landsberg, Martin: Korea
    Division, Reunification, and U.S. Foreign Policy

    Resource Type: Book
    According to Cold War history, South Korea emerged from the conflict to create a prosperous and dynamic economy, while U.S. troops served as the nation's peacekeepers. This book, in a wide canvass of the historical background, contests those claims.
  159. Hart-Landsberg, Martin: The Realities of China Today
    Against The Current vol. 137

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    Interest in the post-1978 Chinese market reform experience remains high and for an obvious reason: China is widely considered to be one of the most successful developing countries in modern times. The Chinese economy has recorded record rates of growth over an extended time period, in concert with a massive industrial transformation. Adding to the interest is the Chinese government's claim that this success demonstrates both the workability and superiority of "market socialism."
  160. Hart-Landsberg, Martin: The Rush to Development
    Economic Change and Political Struggle in South Korea

    Resource Type: Book
    After thirty years of rapid economic growth, South Korea is widely promoted as demonstrating the superiority of free market capitalism. It is considered a great success story and model for third world development.
  161. Hart-Landsberg, Martin; Burkett, Paul: China and Socialism
    Market Reforms and Class Struggle

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2005
    Argues that market reforms in China are leading toward a capitalist and foreign-dominated development path, with enormous social and political costs, both domestically and internationally.
  162. Hartley, Paul: Ruth First and Joe Slovo in the War against Apartheid
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Two leading activists of the fight against Apartheid, Ruth First and Joe Slovo, for the first time have received a comprehensive biography.
  163. Hartman, Andrew: Teach for America: The Hidden Curriculum of Liberal Do-Gooders
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Teach for America, suitably representative of the liberal education reform more generally, underwrites, intentionally or not, the conservative assumptions of the education reform movement: that teacher’s unions serve as barriers to quality education; that testing is the best way to assess quality education; that educating poor children is best done by institutionalizing them; that meritocracy is an end-in-itself; that social class is an unimportant variable in education reform; that education policy is best made by evading politics proper; and that faith in public school teachers is misplaced.
  164. Hartmann, Betsy; Boyce, James: A Quiet Violence
    View from a Bangladesh Village

    Resource Type: Book
    In this book, two Bengali-speaking Americans take the reader to a Bangladesh village where they lived for nine months. There the reader meets some of the world's poorest people, and some of the not-so-poor people who profit from their misery. This book describes the quiet violence of needless hunger.
  165. Hartung, William D.: Is Lockheed Martin Shadowing You?
    How a Giant Weapons Maker Became the New Big Brother

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    The increasing influence and role of Lockhead Martin, the giant weapons corporation.
  166. Harvey, Barbara: A BDS Movement That Works
    Against The Current vol. 161

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    In 2005, a call was issued for global nonviolent resistance to occupation through acts of boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) against Israel.They had three goals: an end to occupation and return to the pre-1967 Green Line, equality for Palestinian citizens of Israel, and recognition of the Palestinian right of return.
  167. Harvey, David: Consolidating Power
    Resource Type: Article
    David Harvey, one of the leading Marxist thinkers of our times, sits down with the activist collective AK Malabocas to discuss the transformations in the mode of capital accumulation, the centrality of the urban terrain in contemporary class struggles, and the implications of all this for anti-capitalist organizing.
  168. Harvey, David: The Enigma of Capital And the Crisis of Capitalism
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010
  169. Harvey, David: Introduction to Marx's Capital
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2009
    This book is aimed to guide the first time reader through a difficult and intricate text. Harvey makes CAPITAL relevant to the understanding of contemporary capitalism.
  170. Harvey, David: Limits of Capital
    Resource Type: Book
    An exposition and development of Marx's critique of political economy. Harvey updates his text with a discussion of the turmoil in world markets today.
  171. Harvey, David: Neoliberalism Is a Political Project
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    David Harvey gives his views on what neoliberalism is, how it unfolds, and what resistance to it looks like.
  172. Harvey, David: The New Imperialism
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2005
  173. Harvey, David: Organizing for the Anti-Capitalist Transition 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    David Harvey says that there is a lot of work to be done to coalesce various tendencies around the underlying question: can the world change materially, socially, mentally, and politically in such a way as to confront not only the dire state of social and natural relations in so many parts of the world, but also the perpetuation of endless compound growth? This is the question that the alienated and discontented must insist upon asking, again and again, even as they learn from those who experience the pain directly and who are so adept at organizing resistances to the dire consequences of compound growth on the ground.
  174. Harvey, David: Rebel Cities
    From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2012
    Harvey places cities at the centre of an anti-capitalist resistance, asking how they might be reorganized in more socially just and ecologically sustainable ways.
  175. Harvey, David: Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2014
    David Harvey examines the internal contradictions within the flow of capital that have precipitated recent crises. He contends that while the contradictions have made capitalism flexible and resilient, they also contain the seeds of systemic catastrophe.
  176. Harvey, Jon: NYC Transit Workers' Fare Strike 2012: Can Occupy Open Horizons for a Frustrated Labor Movement
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Transit workers belonging to New York City’s Transport Workers Union Local 100 exhibit a familiar sight in the 21st century U.S. labor movement: broke, angry, slandered, disillusioned, directionless and top heavy.
  177. Harvie, Christopher: Broonland
    The Last Days of Gordon Brown

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2009
    Broonland is a scathing and witty indictment of the architect of New Labour, Gordon Brown. Chris Harvie shows how Gordon Brown came to preside over a bankrupt country on the brink of economic and political breakdown.
  178. Hasan, Ahmad; Bäck, Danielle: Why we walked out
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Students across the US are protesting a public relations campaign that brings soldiers from the Israeli army to speak on campuses. These tours are an attempt to justify recent war crimes committed by the army.
  179. Hass, Amira: The Anti-Semitism That Goes Unreported
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Our grandparents knew that the order-enforcement authorities wouldn't intervene to help a Jewish family under attack; we know that the Israel Defense Forces, the Israel Police, the Civil Administration, the Border Police and the courts all stand on the sidelines, closing their eyes, softballing investigations, ignoring evidence, downplaying the severity of the acts, protecting the attackers, and giving a boost to those progromtchiks. The hands behind these attacks belong to Israeli Jews who violate international law by living in the West Bank. But the aims and goals behind the attacks are the flesh and blood of the Israeli non-occupation. This systemic violence is part of the existing order. It complements and facilitates the violence of the regime.
  180. Hass, Amira: Drinking the Sea at Gaza 
    Days and Nights in a Land Under Siege

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1996   Published: 1999
    Israeli journalist Amira Hass describes life in Gaza under Israeli siege.
  181. Hass, Amira: Escalation is when Palestinians lose self-restraint
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Who is to blame for the escalation?
  182. Hass, Amira: Israel showed restraint in Gaza before attacking? You must be kidding 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Israeli journalist Amira Hass, writing in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, demolishes some myths.
  183. Hass, Amira: Israel's 'right to self-defense' - a tremendous propaganda victory
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    By supporting Israel's offensive on Gaza, Western leaders have given the Israelis carte blanche to do what they're best at: Wallow in their sense of victimhood and ignore Palestinian suffering.
  184. Hass, Amira: The Occupier Defines Justice
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
  185. Hass, Amira: Otherwise Occupied / The genius of Israeli evil: It poses as concern
    How to murder human beings without using an explosive or a knife, how to empty them from within

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Israeli evil is not at all banal. Abundant in inventions and innovations as well as in age-old techniques, it trickles like water and bursts out from hidden places. But unlike floods, it does not reach an end, and it affects some while being invisible, undetectable and non-existent for others. The genius of Israeli evil is in its ability to disguise itself as compassion and concern.
  186. Hass, Amira: Reporting from Ramallah 
    An Israeli Journalist in an Occupied Land

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2003
    Amira Hass, a Jewish Israeli journalist lives in the Palestinian town of Ramallah. These dispatches cover five years of her reporting
  187. Hass, Amira: Using the Holocaust
    Against The Current vol. 116

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    The crowd of world leaders visiting the new Holocaust History Museum at Yad Vashem attests to the strength of Israel’s position in the West. Israel is often criticized in the home countries of these leaders, but many Israelis and Jews will, as usual, attribute such criticism to anti-Semitism.
  188. Hass, Amira: Words have failed
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    The written word is a failure at making tangible to Israeli readers the true horror of the Occupation.
  189. Hassan, Budour: Reading Eduardo Galeano Through Palestinian Eyes
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano is best remembered for chronicling five centuries of colonialism, genocide, pillage, and structural inequality in the Americas. His pen dug through the bleeding heart of Latin America, unearthing forgotten stories of resistance, exploring the roots of injustice and exploitation, and amplifying the voices of the outcasts and misfits.
  190. Hasson, Nir: Palestinian villagers tilled their land so well, Israel is now confiscating it from them
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The separation barrier will cut residents of Al-Walaja from their lands by the end of the year; the beauty of the terraces they cultivated for decades was used as one of the main reasons for announcing the area a national park.
  191. Hastings, Tom H: Pentagon's War on the Earth
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    We are waging war. We are the Nation of War. We destroy. We kill. Everyone fears us. Fewer and fewer admire us. But our fighting forces -- and their attendant industries which manufacture the bombs, bullets, and ballistic delivery devices -- also wage a war on the clean air, clean water, and clean soil many Americans falsely regard as protected by legislation fought for by those trying to protect our environment.
  192. Hastings, Tom H.: What is Nonviolence Anyhow?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    What is it, this nonviolence? Who gets to define it? A kindergarten teacher is nonviolent when she puts a vase of fresh flowers on her desk and smiles at her little students, right? A young man who publicly refuses to be drafted during an invasion of another country is nonviolent, certainly. How about an old man who writes a letter to the editor arguing for peace on Earth?
  193. Hatch, Karney (director): Plant This Movie
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2014
    A documentary which encourages people to use green spaces to grow vegetables instead of grass. The film explores urban gardening in cities including Havana, Shanghai, Calcutta, Addis Ababa, Lima, New York, New Orleans, and London.
  194. Haug, Wolfgang Fritz (ed.): Historical-Critical Dictionary of Marxism
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
    12 volumes
  195. Haverlock, Bob: The Grim Reaping
    Patterns of Racism in the Prairie Region

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1978
    The text of an address given originally at the institute for Christian Life in Canada. It discusses the ways in which racism is embedded in the politcal economy of the Canadian praries.
  196. Hawes, Stephen; White, Ralph; (eds): Resistance in Europe: 1939 - 45
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1975   Published: 1976
    Essays on the resistance against Hitler during World War II.
  197. Hawes, William: Electoral Politics and the Illusion of Control
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    We have all been told a lie. The lie that says democracy can be maintained only through voting, through purely representative, parliamentarian means. When the founding fathers set up the Constitution and Bill of Rights, they were wary of any truly popular, working and middle class control of the United States. Our government was to be run as a republic, designed by elites, for the elites. Our three branches of government were not simply invented for checks and balances: another reason was to stymie any massively popular mandates that would go against the interests of the oligarchy.
  198. Hawethorne, Nate: Let's Talk About Another Burning Color: Black Flame vs. Red Fire Extinguisher?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Class struggle anarchists are not the only revolutionary forces on the left, and are not the only libertarian left revolutionary forces. In my opinion, anarchists can learn a lot from some marxists.
  199. Hawken, Paul: The Ecology of Commerce
    A Declaration of Sustainability

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1995
  200. Hawking, C.J.: Staley's Legacy of Struggle, Lessons of Defeat
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1996
    Local 7837 should be proud to have chipped away at racism and sexism, setting an example for other locals to do the same. It takes an openness to risk criticism and allow the fight to be for everyone. Local 7837 should be proud of those who gave of their lives for thirty long, grueling months and left workers and labor history forever changed.
  201. Hawkins, Gordon, and Zimring, Franklin E.: Pornography in a Free Society
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1988
    An examination of public policy debates about pornography in the United States in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.
  202. Hawkins, Howie: Nader, Greens and Socialists
    Against The Current vol. 91

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2001
    Blaming Ralph Nader for Bush is like blaming the abolitionists for slavery. The Greens ran Nader to end corporate oligarchy, not to support one wing of the oligarchy as a lesser evil against the other wing. Nevertheless, the Democrats, their liberal satellite organizations, and the corporate media are playing the blame game for all it is worth.
  203. Hawkins, Howie: Renewing New York
    Against The Current vol. 151

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    An interview with Howie Hawkins. Howie Hawkins, a Green Party and socialist activist, ran for Governor of New York State. Dianne Feeley interviewed him for ATC.
  204. Hawkins, John Kendall: The Crisis in Investigative Journalism
    The Case of James Risen

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Investigative journalists are the vanguard of the so-called Fourth Estate, bearing the formidable task of watchdogging the other three estates
  205. Hay, John: The Deciders
    The disastrous Iraq policies that led to ISIS were not President Bush's

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    In May 2003, in the wake of the Iraq War and the ousting of Saddam Hussein, events took place that set the stage for the current chaos in the Middle East. Yet even most well-informed Americans are unaware of how policies implemented by mid-level bureaucrats during the Bush administration unwittingly unleashed forces that would ultimately lead to the juggernaut of the Islamic State.
  206. Hay, John: Transformation Moment
    A Canadian Vision of Common Security

    Resource Type: Book
    Five prominent Canadians. including former Cabinet Minister Iona Campagnolo, Ambassador for Disarmament Douglas Roche and Native leader Konrad Sioui, visited 19 Canadian communities and asked them what made them feel secure. They found that Canadians feel that ending poverty and protecting the environment are more important to security than battling foreign armies.
  207. Hayase, Nozomi: Assange's Battle: A Fight for Democracy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Whistle-blowers have become dissidents of the West. In the US, the crackdown on journalists and publishers has reached its height. Despite his campaign pledge to be "the most transparent administration", President Obama engaged in unprecedented persecution of whistle-blowers, worse than all other previous administrations combined. Those who communicate with the press and reveal the secrets of the deep state are seen as insider threats. They have become enemies of the state, often treated as traitors and criminalized.
  208. Hayase, Nozomi: The Global Battle for Free Speech
    WikiLeaks: Bringing the First Amendment to the World

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Since 2011, waves of global uprisings have been erupting as never before. The crisis of representation helped spawn decentralized movements as a manifestation of people’s aspiration to take the reins of their own destinies. For many, the presumption of legitimacy of their governments has been crumbling. What triggered this widespread global crisis? WikiLeaks was a game changer. Their publication of disclosed documents along with established media reaction showed the true face of liberal institutions and the waning effectiveness of the politics of representation.
  209. Hayase, Nozomi: Hacktivist Jeremy Hammond Sentenced to 10 Years
    His Idealism Remains at Large

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    28-year-old political activist Jeremy Hammond was sentenced to 10 years in prison and three years of supervised release at the Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York. This was the maximum sentence he could receive after his non-cooperating plea deal.
  210. Hayase, Nozomi: Mumia Abu-Jamal and Jeremy Hammond; Political Prisoners In The Sacrifice Zone Of Empire
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Recently, two cases concerning the constitutional rights of people in prison came to public light. They involve two U.S. political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal who is serving a life sentence at a facility in Frackville, Pennsylvania and Jeremy Hammond, who is serving a ten year sentence at a federal prison in Manchester, Kentucky.
  211. Hayase, Nozomi: Political Prisoners in the Sacrifice Zone of Empire
    Mumia Abu-Jamal and Jeremy Hammond

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Recently, two cases concerning the constitutional rights of people in prison came to public light. They involve two U.S. political prisoners: Mumia Abu-Jamal who is serving a life sentence at a facility in Frackville, Pennsylvania and Jeremy Hammond, who is serving a ten year sentence at a federal prison in Manchester, Kentucky.
  212. Hayase, Nozomi: WikiLeaks: Conspiracy of Governance to the Courage to Inspire
    The Moral Math of Our Time

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    WikiLeaks emerged into the limelight like a call to the conscience of humanity. They released secret documents revealing Kenyan government corruption, Iceland’s financial collapse, the criminality of US wars in the Middle East and more. Their very existence and what they revealed called into question the legitimacy of imperial power structures around the world.
  213. Hayase, Nozomi: WikiLeaks: 10 Years of Pushing the Boundaries of Free Speech
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    We are now entering WikiLeaks 10 year anniversary. The organization registered their domain on October 4, 2006 and blazed into the public limelight in the spring of 2010 with the publication of Collateral Murder. This video footage depicted the cruel scenery of modern war seen from an Apache helicopter gun-sight. It became an international sensation, with the website temporarily crashing with the massive influx of visitors.
  214. Hayase, Nozomi: WikiLeaks Vault 7 Reveals CIA Cyberwar and the Battleground of Democracy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    WikiLeaks dropped a bombshell on the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. Code-named “Vault 7”, the whistleblowing site began releasing the largest publication of confidential documents that have come from the top secret security network at the Cyber Intelligence Center.
  215. Hayden, Tom: Trial
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1970
  216. Haydock, Sophie; Robertson, James: European Social failure?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    The sixth European Social Forum in Istanbul left something to be desired
  217. Hayes, Dennis: Behind the Silicon Curtain
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
  218. Hayes, John: Sub-merge: Living Deep in a Shallow World
    Service, Justice and Contemplation Among the World's Poor

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
  219. Hayes, Kelly: On Activism and Organizing: There is a Distinction
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    What's the difference between an organizer, an activist, and someone who is just plain fighting for their life, on a personal level? Often, there is no discernible distinction, as these roles often blend together in ways that could never be separated. But for some people, there is no such complexity. I point this out because, in recent years, there has been a verbal shift in social justice spaces towards referring to everyone involved as an organizer. As a person who believes that we too often negate the meanings of words by transforming them into umbrellaed concepts, I have to say my piece about the matter.
  220. Hayford, Alison: Consider the Nation and other sacred cows of the Left
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1993
    Groups of people who share whatever it is that makes a nation don't always live in neat spatial clusters, with a given territory containing all those people who are alike and none who are different. Cultures are rarely if ever stable enough to become pure and coterminous with geographical territories.
  221. Hayley, Ron: (Why) Did the Sixties Fail?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1986
    A brief examination of the social movements of the 1906s, and the underlying contradictions which led them to be unsuccessful.
  222. Hayness, Victor; Semyonova, Olga: Workers Against the Gulag
    The New Opposition in the Soviet Union

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1979
  223. Hayter, Teresa: The Creation of World Poverty
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1981   Published: 1983
    Hayter challenges the assumption that the West is 'helping' the rest of the world to develop. Far from rescuing the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America from their supposed backwardness, the rich countries have accumulated vast wealth at their expense.
  224. Hayter, Teresa: Exploited Earth
    Britain's Aid and the Environment

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
    Hayter's book examines British aid policy and practice and how it effects the world's forests.
  225. Hazan, Eric: A History of the Barricade
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    On the historical evolution of the French barricade, from the Wars of Religion to the Paris Commune.
  226. Hazan, Eric: An Interview with Tanya Reinhart
    The Roadmap to Nowhere

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    Persistent struggle can have an effect, and can lead governments to act. Such struggle begins with the Palestinian people, who have withstood years of brutal oppression, and who, through their spirit of zumud--sticking to their land - and daily endurance, organizing and resistance, have managed to keep the Palestinian cause alive
  227. Head, Mike: Australian government orders ASIO raids to suppress East Timor spying evidence
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    The Abbott governmen ordered Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) and Australian Federal Police (AFP) raids on the homes and offices of a lawyer and former intelligence agency whistleblower involved in an international legal challenge to Australia’s spying on the East Timor government during maritime border talks in 2004.
  228. Head, Mike: Snowden document confirms US-backed mass surveillance in Australia
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    The document obtained by the former US National Security Agency (NSA) contractor confirms that the electronic surveillance agency, the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), monitors the domestic population, as well as the people and governments of many Asian countries.
  229. Head, Wilson: Service Accessibility and the Multiracial Community
    in Canadian Welfare

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
  230. Healy, Hazel: The food rush
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Commodity speculators have moved into food - with dire consequences for the world’s poorest.
  231. Heaps, Leo: Our Canada
    The Story of the New Democratic Party Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
    A rosy view of Canada's New Democratic Party.
  232. Heaps, Leo: The Rebel in the House
    Resource Type: Book
  233. Hearse, Phil: Exclusive excerpts from Ernest Tate's 'Revolutionary Activism in the 1950s & 60s'
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
  234. Hearse, Phil: How Ultraleftism Divided UNAM Strike
    Against The Current vol. 88

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2000
    MEXICO CITY -- Commandeered buses flying red and black flags and Che Guevara portraits sped through the city on October 2, ferrying students to a demonstration commemorating the 1968 student massacre at the Plaza of the Three Cultures. Led by veterans of the 1968 movement, 60,000 students and their supporters slogged the fifteen kilometers from the university campus up Insurgentes and Reforma, the world's longest urban avenues, to a torchlight ceremony in the plaza. Just five weeks before, on August 28, 30,000 students had marched in support of the electricity workers' struggle against privatization.
  235. Hearse, Phil: Water War in Bolivia
    Against The Current vol. 117

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    ¡Cochabamba! is a window on the potential for liberation, and on the strategic challenges, of our times. Oscar Olivera, one of the key leaders of the struggle, and Tom Lewis, a member of the editorial board of International Socialist Review (U.S.), have done a tremendous service in writing this book. Although some basics of the Cochabamba story and considerations on strategy are recounted here, you can only get the Full Monty by reading the book.
  236. Heartfield, James: Deconstructing Derrida
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    There is little doubt that Derrida was an erudite and learned philosopher, but his erudition was bent towards a destructive aim. In him the unreason of the age found its cunning articulator.
  237. Heasman, Richard; Tickell, Oliver: Disused oil and gas wells wells a major source of methane
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Long-disused oil and gas wells in the US have been found to be a 'significant' source of the super greenhouse gas methane. The climate impact of oil and gas is underestimated, as this long term impact is not included in existing calculations.
  238. Heath, Joseph; Potter, Adnrew: Rebel Sell
    Why the Culture Can't be Jammed

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2004
    Released in the U.S. under the title Nation of Rebels: Why Counterculture Became Consumer Culture, the book is a critique of the underlying theory of counterculture Heath and Potter note that the capitalist system thrives not on conformity -- as so many 'culture jammers' believe -- but rather on individualism and a quest for distinction.
  239. Hebditch, David; Anning, Nick: Porn Gold
    Resource Type: Book
  240. Heden, Patricia: Development Education
    How To Do It

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1980   Published: 1983
  241. Hedges, Chris: American Fascists 
    The Christian Right and the War on America

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2006
    Hedges examines the Christian Right's origins, its driving motivation and its dark ideological underpinnings, with interviews and coverage of events such as pro-life rallies and weeklong classes on conversion techniques. Hedges argues that the movement resembles the young fascist movements in Italiy and Germany in the 1920s and 1930s, movements that often masked the full extent of their drive for totalitarianism and were willing to make concessions until they achieved unrivaled power. He challenges the Christian Right's religious legitimacy and argues that at its core it is a mass movement fueled by unbridled nationalism and a hatred for the open society.
  242. Hedges, Chris: The Assault on Israeli Legitimacy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Israel has consciously orchestrated acute misery and poverty in the Palestinian territories over the past two decades in an effort to subdue and ethnically cleanse the captive population. Israel, despite warnings from many within the Israeli establishment, has embarked on a course that will see it, like the South African apartheid regime, become ever more isolated and reviled.
  243. Hedges, Chris: The Cancer in Occupy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The Black Bloc anarchists, who have been active on the streets in Oakland and other cities, are the cancer of the Occupy movement. The presence of Black Bloc anarchists — so named because they dress in black, obscure their faces, move as a unified mass, seek physical confrontations with police and destroy property — is a gift from heaven to the security and surveillance state.
  244. Hedges, Chris: The Careerists
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The greatest crimes of human history are made possible by the most colourless human beings.
  245. Hedges, Chris: 'Fake News' in America
    Homegrown, and Far From New

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Details the hypocrisy of the media and Democratic party's recent outcry over 'fake news', as the loose definition encompasses well-established media practices, and may be used to attack any alternative media source.
  246. Hedges, Chris: The Greeks Get It
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Here's to the Greeks. They know what to do when corporations pillage and loot their country. They know what to do when Goldman Sachs and international bankers collude with their power elite to falsify economic data and then make billions betting that the Greek economy will collapse. They know what to do when they are told their pensions, benefits and jobs have to be cut to pay corporate banks, which screwed them in the first place. Call a general strike. Riot. Shut down the city centers. Toss the bastards out. Do not be afraid of the language of class warfare: the rich versus the poor, the oligarchs versus the citizens, the capitalists versus the proletariat. The Greeks, unlike most of us, get it.
  247. Hedges, Chris: The Origin of America's Intellectual Vacuum
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    A profile of Chandler Davis, a blacklisted mathematician who served six months in jail for refusing to cooperate with the House Un-American Activities Committee.
  248. Hedges, Chris: The Terror We Give Is the Terror We Get
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    The barbarism we condemn is the barbarism we commit. The line that separates us from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is technological, not moral. We are those we fight.
  249. Hedges, Chris: We Are All Deplorables
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Those cast aside by the neoliberal order have an economic identity that both the liberal class and the right wing are unwilling to acknowledge. This economic identity is one the white underclass shares with other discarded people, including the undocumented workers and the people of color demonized by the carnival barkers on cable news shows. This is an economic reality the power elites invest great energy in masking.
  250. Hedges, Chris: We Are All Deplorables
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Chris Hedges on American life, politics and religion.
  251. Hedges, Chris; Sacco, Joe: Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2012
    The searing account Chris Hedges' and Joe Sacco's travels to sacrifice zones, those areas in the United States where human beings and the natural world are used and then discarded to maximize profit, places that have been offered up for exploitation in the name of profit and progress.
  252. Heeney, Helen compiler: Life Before Medicare
    Canadian Experiences

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1996
  253. Hefty, Adam Dylan: October 7: Defend Education!
    Against The Current vol. 148

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Students, faculty and campus workers across the United States will kick off the 2010-2011 school year with an October 7 national day of action to defend public education. This day of action will attempt to pick up from where last year’s movement to defend public education left off. March 4 represented the broadest point of last year’s organizing, with strikes, major rallies and marches, and smaller local speak-outs taking place throughout California, across the country, and to some extent around the world.
  254. Hefty, Adam Dylan: Public Education in California--What's After March 4?
    Against The Current vol. 146

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    On March fourth, we marched forth. Hundreds of marches, rallies and direct actions in defense of public education took place on March 4 across California. Now what?
  255. Hefty, Adam Dylan: Questions for a New Movement
    Against The Current vol. 145

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Public universities in California during Fall 2009 saw the eruption of a movement to defend public education — and more broadly, public services and goods — from an onslaught of cuts and fee hikes in the wake of the 2008-09 economic downturn and federal and state budget cuts.
  256. Hegel, G.W.F.: Hegel Quotes
    Resource Type: Article
    150 quotes from Hegel, linked to the context.
  257. Hegel, G.W.F.: The Phenomenology of Mind 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1807
    The birthplace and essence of Hegel's dialectic.
  258. Hegel, G.W.F.: The Phenomenology of Mind: Preface
    Resource Type: Article
  259. Heid, John: Disappeared on the Border: "Chase and Scatter" -- to Death
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    The inhuman tactics used by US Border Patrol Agents against people corssing the border are causing untold numbers of migrants to die in the desert.
  260. Heideman, Paul M.: Wrestling with Ellison
    Against The Current vol. 155

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Nathaniel Mill's review of Barbara Foley’s Wrestling With the Left (ATC 152, May-June 2011) raises a number of very important issues for understanding the politics of Ralph Ellison’s masterpiece, and by extension 20th-century African-American literature as a whole. In particular, Mills’ criticisms of Foley’s neglect of potentially liberatory moments in the text foregrounds the crucial issue of how revolutionary critics should go about the task of investigating novelistic politics.
  261. Heilbut, Anthony: Exiled in Paradise
    German Refugee Artists and Intellectuals in America From the 1930's to the Present

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1983
  262. Heinbecker, Paul: Unfriendly fire: The casualty of war Ottawa would rather forget
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    On this Remembrance Day, I am remembering one Canadian peacekeeper in particular — someone the Harper government probably prefers to forget. Major Paeta Hess von Kruedener was killed (along with three other UN observers) by the Israelis in the 2006 Israel-Lebanon war
  263. Heinrich, Michael: Invaders from Marx 
    On the Uses of Marxian Theory, and the Difficulties of a Contemporary Reading

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    Heinrich stresses the difference between Marxian theory and traditional understandings of Marxism, emphasizing the "new reading of Marx", which has developed through the last decades.
  264. Heinrichs, Jeanette: Portraits of the Unionista
    Against The Current vol. 109

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    Like all women workers, Filipina workers' experiences in the labor force are shaped by gender. Tracked into the lowly-paid service economy doing “feminine” labor, they often have dead-end jobs with a secondary wage-earner status. In mixed-gender unions and labor movements, their status is also secondary.
  265. Heitner, Ethan: The Flint Sitdown Comic
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Is organized labour going extinct? Is the power of working class people a relic from a bygone era? The article looks into workers' "legal right" to organize and strike.
  266. Hekma, Gert; Oosterhuis, Harry; Steakley, James: Gay Men and the Sexual History of the Political Left
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1995
  267. Hekmat, Mansoor: Capital Punishment: The most Deplorable form of Deliberate Murder
    Resource Type: Article
    A society that legally permits the killing of human beings can never prevent its repetition by the general public. The abolition of capital punishment and declaring the value of human life is the first step in the struggle against a culture of murder in society.
  268. Hekmat, Mansoor: Hekmat, Mansoor - Writings - Index
    Resource Type: Article
    Writings of Mansoor Hekmat (1951-2002).
  269. Hekmat, Mansoor: Iran will be the Scene of a Mass Anti-Islamic Offensive
    Interview with with Radio Hambastegi

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    We have seen in the last 20-25 years the emergence and considerable development of political movements that have organised themselves under the banner of Islam. There are a series of extremely Right-wing, anti-human and violent movements in North Africa, the Middle East and today, in all countries in which the so-called official religion is Islam or which have significant Muslim minorities. Their conduct is primarily in the form of opposition to the freedom of women, women's civil liberties, freedom of expression in the cultural and personal domains and the enforcement of brutal laws and traditions against people, and even killing, beheading, and genocide of people from young children to the elderly.
  270. Hekmat, Mansoor: The Iranian Revolution and the Role of the Proletariat (Theses)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1978
  271. Hekmat, Mansoor: Islam and De-Islamisation
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
  272. Hekmat, Mansoor: Islam, Children's Rights, and the Hijab-gate of Rah-e-Kargar
    In Defence of the Prohibition of the Islamic Veil for Children

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    It has been proved time and time again that pushing back religiosity and religious reaction is not possible except through unequivocal defence of human values against religion. It has been proved time and time again that preventing religious barbarism does not come about through bribing it and trying to give it a human face, but through the fight against reactionary religious beliefs and practices.
  273. Hekmat, Mansoor: Islamic Terrorism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1994
    There is not the slightest real and legitimate relationship between the appalling calamities that have befallen the Jewish people in this century and the suppression and crimes committed by the extremist right wing government in Israel against the Palestinians. There is not the slightest real and justified relationship between the sufferings of the deprived people of Palestine and the terrorism of Islamic or non-Islamic organisations attributed to these people.
  274. Hekmat, Mansoor: The main problem with Israel is that it is based on religion
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
  275. Hekmat, Mansoor: Our Differences
    Interview about Worker-communism

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1989
    There are two parts to the interview. The first deals with issues of working class and communism at a general level. The second focuses on more specific problems concerning the Iranian left and, particularly, the Communist Party of Iran (CPI).
  276. Hekmat, Mansoor: Religion is Part of the 'Lumpenism' in Society
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    Liberation theology is the name for Christian priets who are prepared to say something against Latin American dictators. This is what they call liberation theology, but by definition no theology is liberating. Theology is the antithesis of liberation. It signifies keeping people ignorant, obstructing their independent thought and consigning them to an unknown creator and world. Liberation theology is nonsense.
  277. Hekmat, Mansoor: The State in Revolutionary Periods
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1985
  278. Hekmat, Mansour: Left Nationalism and Working Class Communism
    A Review of the Iranian Experience

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1987
    No amount of theoretical and political radicalisation can in itself change the social character of present-day communism and bridge the gulf that separates it from the working class. What is needed, if the proletarian communism of the Communist Manifesto is to become a reality, is a real social shift. Communism must be taken back from all those who employed it throughout the twentieth century to reform capitalism, and returned to the working class to be used against capital, for real human emancipation. A worker-communist movement must be shaped; one in which communism is once again an expression of class protest and class activity.
  279. Helen Rogers, National Library of Canada: Canadian Machine-Readable Databases:
    A Directory and Guide

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1987
  280. Heleta, Savo: Academics can change the world -- if they stop talking only to their peers
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Public outreach or engagement is not valued enough in universities where the emphasis is on research journal articles with tiny readerships for communication. The "publish or perish" culture is a reality at universities all over the world.
  281. Helie Lucas, Marieme: Sex segregation in UK universities – a step forward for the Muslim religious right
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    The authorities of universities in the UK have made public their policy of bending to religious fundamentalists by condoning sex segregation on university premises. The education system is especially targeted, as controlling the minds of the youth is critical.
  282. Heller, Agnes: The Theory of Need in Marx
    Resource Type: Book
  283. Heller, Chaia: Ecology of Everyday Life
    Rethinking the desire for nature

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1999
    This book examines the ecological impulse as a 'desire for nature,' a desire that emerges as people within industrial capitalist contexts respond to the personal and aesthetic, rather than the physical and political implications of ecological breakdown.
  284. Heller, Henry: The Cold War and the New Imperialism
    A Global History, 1945-2005

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2006
    The Cold War is an account of global history since 1945, which ties together the narrative of the Cold War to that of neoliberalism and the new imperialism.Written for the general reader, it draws together scholarly research on a huge range of events, countries, and topics into an intelligible whole.
  285. Heller, Laura with Guerriero, Terry: Multicultural Information Resources:
    A Guide to Metropolitian Toronto

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1987
  286. Heller, Stanley: Iraq Under Siege
    Against The Current vol. 89

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2000
    The German Nazis killed two million Jewish children. The Bush-Clinton sanctions on Iraq have killed over 500,000 Iraqi children with thousands more being added monthly. As a crime against humanity, the scale of death, misery and environmental destruction visited on Iraq this past decade now rivals what the United States did to Vietnam from 1962-1975.
  287. Heller, Stanley: Trying to Arrest Madeleine Albright
    Against The Current vol. 81

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    I used to cringe every time I'd be in a demo and hear the chant, "You can't run. You can't hide. We charge you with genocide!" But in the case of the sanctions against Iraq it really has become genocide: hundreds of thousands of civilians have been deliberately killed through the intentional crippling of Iraqi water treatment system and the sanctions that prevent Iraq from selling enough oil to cover essential civilian needs. Clinton, Albright, and Cohen are-in a very literal sense-war criminals.
  288. Helm, Sarah: If This Is a Woman: Inside Ravensbruck, Hitler's Concentration Camp for Women
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    Ravensbruck is a camp relatively unknown because it doesn't fit the Holocaust narrative. The hundreds of survivors' stories in this account bear witness to the terrifying heterogeneity of Nazi crimes.
  289. Helmer, John; Vietorisz, Thomas: Drug use, the labour market and class conflict
    Resource Type: Article
    A social history and analysis of drug use and its relationship with class struggle.
  290. Helvey, Robert L.: On Strategic Nonviolent Conflict: Thinking About the Fundamentals
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2004
    Delves into the question of how to build a strategy for nonviolent struggle. Covering a variety of topics--such as ways to identify a movement's objectives, preparing a strategic estimate for a nonviolent struggle, and operational planning considerations--this publication contains insights on the similarities between military and nonviolent strategy. It represents a major new contribution to this field of study. Additional topics covered in the book include psychological operations and propaganda, contaminants that may affect the efficiency of a nonviolent movement, and providing consultations and training for members of movements and organizations. \
  291. Hemenway, Dan: International Permaculture Species Yearbook 1986
    Resource Type: Serial Publication (Periodical)
    First Published: 1986
  292. Hemenway, David: While We Were Sleeping
    Success Stories in Injury and Violence Prevention

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2009
    Public health has made our lives safer--but it often works behind the scenes, without our knowledge, that is, "while we are sleeping."
  293. Hemon, Aleksandar: Nowhere Man
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2003
  294. Henderson, Clint: 10 Shocking Incidents of Police Brutality Caught on Tape
    Finally, a Reason to Like CCTV

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    The internet is full of videos exposing police officers’ use of excessive physical force when trying to apprehend or detain “potential criminals”. Every year in fact there seems to be an increase in YouTube video uploads, video views, and news stories depicting this type of injustice.
  295. Henderson, Elizabeth: Organic Farmers Are Not Anti-Science but Genetic Engineers Often Are
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
  296. Henderson, Elizabeth; Van En, Robyn: Sharing the Harvest
    A Guide to Community Supported Agriculture

    Resource Type: Book
    Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between local farmers and nearby consumers ensuring that the farmer survives by being paid in advance at the beginning of the growing season while providing the consumer with the freshest food available.
  297. Hendricks, Pepe: Stop hate rape!
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Hate crimes, homophobia and discrimination against queer people are global phenomena that are common practice. This situation is especially experienced in Africa and the Middle East where harsh and punitive legislation and policies are authorised and endorsed. The lack of democracy, or the protection thereof, also perpetuates extreme human rights abuses, which often takes the form of physical assault.
  298. Hendricks, Steve: Hunting the CIA's Keystone Kommandos
    On the Trail of Agency Kidnappers

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    You cannot overstate the CIA’s capacity to bungle things. Sheer incompetence explains far more of America’s espionage fiascos than most of us might think. The other point is the importance of hubris in CIA history—the idea that the CIA operates in such a different universe, is so far above the law, that its people often feel they can’t possibly get caught, and that if they do, they couldn’t possibly be punished.
  299. Hendrickson, Amy: The Tactic of Calling People Anti-Semitic
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
    Instead of calling people who criticize Israel and US policy towards it anti-Semitic, a morally committed response would be to face up to the reality of the situation in Israel/Palestine and do our best to remedy it.
  300. Henerson, Mary Anne; Platt, Brian: More Than a Few Rogue Cops: the Disturbing History of Police in Schools
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Another week, another video of police abuse surfaces. This time the video shows San Antonio school resource officer Joshua Kehm body-slamming 12-year-old Rhodes Middle School student Janissa Valdez. Valdez was talking with another student, trying to resolve a verbal conflict between the two, when Kehm entered and attacked her. "Janissa! Janissa, you okay?" a student asked before exclaiming, "She landed on her face!" In a statement on the incident, co-director of the Advancement Project Judith Browne Davis wrote, "Once again, a video captured by a student offers a sobering reminder that we cannot entrust school police officers to intervene in school disciplinary matters that are best suited for trained educators and counselors."
  301. Henley, Jon: Greece's solidarity movement: 'it's a whole new model - and it's working'
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Citizen-run health clinics, food centres, kitchens and legal aid hubs have sprung up to fill the gaps left by austerity – and now look set to play a bigger role under a Syriza government.
  302. Hennessey, Leah Victoria: Filmmaker "Gringoyo" Putting the Fun Back Into Revolution
    Harnessing Humour to Build Video Viewership and Social Movements

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    These satirical videos not only talk about movements, they are filmed in conflict zones in moments of political tension. Gringoyo moves in a very real world with the freedom of a cartoon.
  303. Henneton, Thibault: Do You Play Video Games or Do They Play You?
    Mass Culture for Profit

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Since the spread of smart mobile devices - smartphones and tablets - the video games industry has learned a lesson in economic Darwinism: develop your mobile business or face extinction. The growth of gaming on the move means a new global division of labour, and the industry is revising its profit margins.
  304. Henshel, Richard L.: Canadian Civil Liberties Bibliography (Indexed)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1984
  305. Hentoff, Nat: Free Speech For Me - But Not For Thee
    How the American Left and Right Relentlessly Censor Each Other

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1992
    Hentoff is a passionate believer in free speech who recognizes that if speech is truly to be free, we must protect the expression even of ideas we abhors. He catalogues with equal disapproval the efforts of both the right and the left to censor speech they don't like. While being sympathetic to those who object to allowing bigots, racists, pornographers, atheists, and others of many stripes the right to lay out ideas that one group or another finds repugnant, he makes both an intellectual and an emotional case for allowing everyone to have their say, no matter how much this may offend some. He points out that suppressing speech doesn't get rid of the underlying thought, but merely drives it underground and gives it the benefit of martyrdom.
  306. Henwood, Doug: After the New Economy
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2003
  307. Henwood, Doug: Maybe 99% is a bit much, but...
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    It is a fact that over the last couple of decades, much of the growth in total income in the U.S. has gone to the upper reaches of society.
  308. Henwood, Doug: Wall Street
    How it works and for whom

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1997
    A definitive overview of the financial markets and their economic and political role.
  309. Henwood, Doug: Why Bosses Hate Unions
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Unions vastly improve the wages and working conditions of their members. No wonder they're still under attack.
  310. Herivel, Tara; Wright, Paul: Prison Nation 
    The Warehousing of America's Poor

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2002
    Essays on the cruelty and inhumanity of the American prison system.
  311. Herman, Edward S: Beyond Hypocrisy 
    Decoding the News in an Age of Propaganda

    Resource Type: Book
    Edward Herman's book should be required reading for all news rooms and journalism students. In this book he examines through essays, cartoons and a dictionary of "doublespeak" the terms used in the language of U.S. government policy. He highlights the deception and moral hypocrisy and the media's all too willing role to propagate it: whether it be the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq (aggression) or the American invasion of Grenada (justifiable) . One of the most important aspects of doublespeak is the ability to "use lies to choose and shape facts selectively". Another lesson of this book is the governments' mastery of propaganda and manufacture of new foes and the media's failure to question the basis in reality of these supposed threats.
  312. Herman, Edward S.: Containing the United States
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    With Hillary Clinton about to be elected and some advanced cadres of the war party preparing to take charge, who is going to contain the United States? The U.S. political system has failed its populace and the world and has imposed no brakes on the war machine. The UN and EU are still too much under the U.S. thumb. Russia and China are too weak and with too flimsy an alliance system to threaten U.S. hegemony and do more than make direct U.S. aggression against themselves very costly.
  313. Herman, Edward S.: Corporate Control, Corporate Power
    A Twentieth Century Fund Study

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1981
    Deep and detailed research into the workings of corporate enables Professor Herman to throw considerable light on how the board of directors operates, how important outside directors are, how new members are selected, and how multiple directorships interlock the large corporations. Changes in corporate governance haves not changed the basic objectives of the corporation -- the pursuit of growth and profits -- nor have they enhanced social responsibility.
  314. Herman, Edward S.: Israeli Apartheid and Terrorism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1994
    If Jews in France were required to carry identification cards designating them Jews, could not acquire land or buy or rent homes in most of the country, were not eligible for service in the armed forces, and French law banned any political party or legislation calling for equal rights for Jews, would France be widely praised in the United States as a "symbol of human decency" and paragon of democracy?
  315. Herman, Edward S.: Israel's approved ethnic cleansing
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2001
    Israel's treatment of the Palestinians has always presented a moral problem to the West, as that treatment has violated every law and moral standard on the books.
  316. Herman, Edward S.: The Real Terror Network 
    Terrorism in Fact and Propaganda

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1982
    Herman sets out to show that the U.S. ignores or sponsors terror by authoritarian states that are allied with U.S. interests.
  317. Herman, Edward S.; Chomsky, Noam: Manufacturing Consent 
    The Political Economy of the Mass Media

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1988
    Contrary to the usual image of the press and cantankerous, obstinate, and ubiquitious in its search for truth, Herman and Chomsky depict how an underlying elite consensus largely structures all facets of the news. They analyze how issues are framed and topics chosen, and the way in which the marketplace and the economics of publishing significantly shape the news.
  318. Herman, Edward S.; Peterson, David: Assange and Posada in the Propaganda System
    Mixed Media

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Posada's case is a dramatic illustration of the fraudulence of the so-called "War on Terror" and highlights the U.S. refusal to abide by the rule of law. Assange's case shows well the U.S. establishment's fear of the free-flow of information that might interfere with foreign policy and reveal that there are many more Posadas whose service to the empire might be disclosed. And the media's cooperation in this protection of Posada and pursuit of Assange is clear. \
  319. Herman, S. Edward: Golden Silences in the Propaganda System
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Propaganda shapes the flow of information in many different ways, including, obviously, the choice of the news fit to print, its placement, and the selection of authorities to make those facts credible. But equally important, and implicit in news choices, especially where there are political interests at stake and possible varying interpretations of the news, is omitting facts and ignoring sources that call the chosen (often official) perspective into question.
  320. Herman, Tamara (director): We Call Them Intuders: Financing Canadian Mining in Africa
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2015
    If you live and work in Canada, chances are you're connected to Candian mining companies through your savings, taxes, CPP contributions, RRSPs and other investments. We Call Them Intruders travels from Canada to Africa and back again to unearth stories from people negatively impacted by some of Canada's largest international mining projects.
  321. Hern, Matt (ed.): Deschooling Our Lives
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1996
    Deschooling Our Lives would be of interest to people wishing to learn about alternative methods of education beyond the confines of the conventional school system. The book is a collection of short piece by various homeschooling advocates such as Holt, Tolstoy and Illich. The articles are both theoretical and practical with some concrete descriptions and examples of alternative schooling projects.
  322. Hern, Matt; Purple Thistle Centre (editors): Stay Solid!
    A Radical Handbook for Youth

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    This scrapbook-style collection of essays, excerpts, explanations, and images pushes back against a culture that relentlessly demands that kids give up their best ideals, abandon their hopes, forget their ethical objections to dominant life, soothe their rage, and accept their fates. From dealing with the cops to dealing with your peers, from school and community to drugs and sex, from race and class to money and mental health, Stay Solid! provides essential support for radically inclined teens who believe that it's possible for all of us to hang on to our values and build a life we believe in.
  323. Hernandez, Anabel: Narcoland
    The Mexican Drug Lords And Their Godfathers

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    Hernández explains how Mexico became a base for the mega-cartels of Latin America and one of the most violent places on the planet. She reveals the mind-boggling depth of corruption in Mexico's government and business elite.
  324. Heron, Craig: The Canadian Labour Movement
    A Short History

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
  325. Heron, Craig: Working in Steel
    The Early Years in Canada, 1883-1935

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1988
    Examines the huge steel plants that were built at the turn of the twentieth century in Sydney and New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, and Trenton, Hamilton, and Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Emphasizes the importance of changes in the work world for the larger patterns of working-class life.
  326. Heron, Craig (ed.) Introduction by John Saul and Craig Heron: Imperialism, Nationalism, and Canada.
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1977
    Interpretations of Canada's status in the system of world imperialism and the internal dynamics of class, race, and region within the Canadian national state.
  327. Heron, Craig; Hoffmitz, Shea; Roberts, Wayne; Storey, Robert: All That Our Hands Have Done
    A Pictorial History of Hamilton Workers

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1981
    The story of working people in Hamilton's steel industry.
  328. Herreshoff, David: The Origins of American Marxism
    From the Transcendentalists to De Leon

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1967
    An account of the birth of American Marxism.
  329. Herriman, Jade: Repair cafés are about fixing things - including communities
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Repair cafés are a new global phenomenon that brings the two together, giving satisfaction to both, sharing skills, keeping stuff out of landfill, fighting 'designed obsolescence', and building communities sustained by mutual help.
  330. Herscovici, Alan: Second Nature
    The Animal-Rights Controversy

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1984
    Animal-rights advocates argue that humans have no right to kill any animal, whether by hunting or farming or for medical research. Is this a cure for our ecological ills or is it a symptom of the disease? What is irrefutably logical
  331. Hersh, Seymour M.: The Samson Option
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
    Hersh, the investigative journalist who exposed the Mai Lai massacre, documents how Israel acquired nuclear weapons with U.S. connivance.
  332. Hersh, Seymour M.: Whose sarin?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Barack Obama did not tell the whole story this autumn when he tried to make the case that Bashar al-Assad was responsible for the chemical weapons attack near Damascus on 21 August. The Syrian army is not the only party in the country’s civil war with access to sarin.
  333. Hershberg, Eric; Rosen, Fred (ed.): Latin America after Neoliberalism
    Turning the Tide in the 21st Century?

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    A primer on the social and economic changes sweeping across contemporary Latin America. The region is an epicentre of dissent from neoliberal ideas and resistance to U.S. economic and political dominance.
  334. Herskovitz, Henry: The Lobby Up Close & Personal
    Against The Current vol. 111

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    "AIPAC has one goal only," said Lee Rosenberg, "Strengthening the U.S. Israel relationship." Acting on behalf of the Board of Directors of AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee), Lee welcomed 1600 participants to a conference entitled "AIPAC Presents: The Israeli Summit, Tools for Action".
  335. Hertz, Noreena: The Silent Takeover
    Global Capitalism and the Death of Democracy

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001
    A combination of globalisation and the growing power of major corporations is rendering democratic governments impotent for influencing key decisions that affect the lives of ordinary people.
  336. Hervé, Gustave: Anti-patriotism
    Speech to the jury at his trial in 1905 for 'anti-militarist' activities

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1905
    Our war-cry against war is "Insurrection Rather Than War!"
  337. Hervé, Gustave: Hervé, Gustave - Writings - Index
    Resource Type: Article
    Writings of Gustave Hervé (1871-1944).
  338. Hervé, Gustave: Preface to the French Edition of 'Anti-Patriotism'
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1906
    In case of mobilization, regardless of who the aggressor appears to be (for, after all, when a war breaks out, one can never tell who the real aggressor is), the proletariat of the belligerent countries should respond to the call to arms, by an insurrection against their rulers, each within his own boundaries, to establish the Socialist or Communist regime.
  339. Herz, Ansel: How to Write about Haiti
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    How to make sure that you stick to the tried and proven cliches.
  340. Herz, Ansel: Police Go on Fishing Expedition, Search the Home of Seattle Privacy Activists Who Maintain Tor Network
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Seattle police descended on the Queen Anne condo of two outspoken privacy activists with a search warrant early this morning, leaving them shaken and upset. Jan Bultmann and David Robinson, a married couple and co-founders of the Seattle Privacy Coalition, said they were awakened at 6:15 a.m. by a team of six detectives from the SPD knocking on the door. Bultmann said were made to sit outside as the officers, who had a search warrant, examined their equipment.
  341. Herzen, Natalie; Bakunin-Nechayev Circle: Daughter of a Revolutionary
    Resource Type: Book
  342. Herzig, Nancy; Bernabe, Rafael: Further Dialogue on Pornography
    Pornography, Censorship, Sexuality

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    The Church and right-wing groups have intensified their war on the three horsemen of immorality: abortion, gays and pornography. In the struggle against this, we have emphasized the need to oppose censorship. We have also-if appropriate or necessary-defended pornography. a freer, richer, sexuality cannot evolve by somebody (experts, feminists, socialists) legislating what liberating sex is, while censoring what falls beyond the practices so defined.
  343. Heschel, Susannah (ed.): On Being a Jewish Feminist
    A Reader

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1983
    This collection explores the myths and images of women that delimit women's growth within Judaism.
  344. Hess, Thomas B.; Baker, Elizabeth C.: Art and Sexual Politics
    Why Have There No Great Women Artists?

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1973
    Examines cultural and ideological biases about female artists
  345. Hessler, Peter: Oracle Bones
    A Journey Between China's Past and Present

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2006
    A first-hand exploration of contemporary China through the accounts of its living citizens as well as through ancient artifacts uncovered in archeological digs -- a psycho-social examination of who the Chinese are today.
  346. Hett, Benjamin Carter: Crossing Hitler
    The Man Who Put the Nazis on the Witness Stand

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2008
    Explores the first full-length biography of Litten, the turbulent years of the Weimar Republic and the terror of Nazi rule in Germany after 1933.
  347. Hettne, Bjorn (ed.): Europe
    Dimensions of Peace

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
    What implication does Star Wars hold for European security? How has the collapse of detente affected European co-operation? These are among the questions raised in this unique dialogue between scholars in Western and Eastern Europe. The contributors present their diverse views on Europe's own security problems as well as the Continent's possible roles in world peace and development.
  348. Hewitt, Ben: The Town That Food Saved 
    How One Community Found Vitality in Local Food

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010
    An account of how cooperative agricultural enterprises are revitalizing the economy of a town in Vermont.
  349. Hewitt, Steve: Spying 101
    The RCMP's Secret Activities at Canadian Universities 1917 - 1997

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2002
    If you attended a Canadian university in the past eighty years, it's possible that, unbeknownst to you, Canadian security agents were surveying you, your fellow students, and your professors for 'subversive' tendencies and behaviour. Since the end of the First World War, members of the RCMP have infiltrated the campuses of Canada's universities and colleges to spy, meet informants, gather information, and on occasion, to attend classes. Why they were there is the subject of this book.
  350. Heyman, Jack: How Protests Against Israeli Bombing of Gaza Stopped Zim Ships
    With Longshore Workers Support

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Protests against the Israeli bombing of Gaza erupted around the world but none had a more powerful impact than picketers in the port of Oakland, California in August and September.
  351. Hicks, William: Laughing at the People of Walmart While Class Warfare Rages in America
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    What is it that POW and the TSG are really selling? Conformity, my friends. You there, in your comfortable suburban house or your hipster urban condo pad, yes, you are one of the cool people. You’d never be caught dead out in public dressed like one of these freaks.
  352. Higbee, Mark: Religion and the Rise of Labor and Black Detroit
    Against The Current vol. 134

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    Historians and other scholars have given Detroit plentiful attention, including some very important books, yet in this vital new study Angela Dillard manages to approach the Motor City’s past in several crucial yet previously neglected ways. What’s most valuable about the book is her attempt to encompass such subjects as race, labor radicalism, Black religion and the civil rights movement all in one narrative.
  353. Higginbottom, C.H.: Off the Record
    The CCF in Saskatchewan

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1968
    An insider's account of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation in Saskatchewan.
  354. Higgins, Donald: Urban Citizen Movements
    Connexipedia: Article in the Canadian Encyclopedia

    Resource Type: Article
    Community groups that are often organized around concerns about land use and the way planning decisions are made in local government.
  355. Higgins, Jim: The arrogance of the long distance Zionist
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    Immigration as part of a concerted plan that will take over the country, expropriating, expelling and exploiting the native masses, is less immigration and more a long drawn out and aggressive invasion.
  356. Higgins, Jim: Higgins, Jim - Writings - Index
    Resource Type: Article
    Writings of Jim Higgins (1930 – 2002).
  357. Higgins, Jim: More Years for the Locust
    The Origins of the SWP

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1997
  358. Higgins, Jim: A secular-democratic state
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1996
    What is needed is a secular Arab-Jewish state based on socialism and democracy in all of Palestine.
  359. Higgins, Jimmie: Everything you wanted to know about sects but were afraid to ask
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1978
    We would rather fight for what we want (even if we don#t get it in our lifetime) than fight for what we don't want ... and get it.
  360. Hightower, Ed: Forbes 400 list of world's richest people highlights growth of social inequality
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Forbes magazine published its 28th annual list of the world's wealthiest individuals and families on Monday. In all, the research team behind the Forbes Billionaires list found a total of 1,645 billionaires worldwide, with a combined net worth of $6.4 trillion, an increase of $1 trillion from 2013. The number of new billionaires, at 268, was the highest figure in the report's history.
  361. Hightower, Jim: "Local" Goes Loco
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Buying "local" has become a popular movement in American agriculture and commerce. Some corporations, however, are taking "local" a step farther.
  362. Hijab, Nadia: Jewish Voice for Peace conference - what solidarity looks like
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    When a Palestinian woman went to this Jewish group's annual conference, she found a growing movement of Jews and other allies.
  363. Hilberg, Raul: The Destruction of the European Jews
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1961   Published: 1985
    The Destruction of the European Jews is a 1961 book by historian Raul Hilberg. Hilberg revised his work in 1985, and it appeared in a new three-volume edition. It is largely held to be the first comprehensive historical study of the Holocaust.
  364. Hilberg, Raul: Perpetrators Victims Bystanders
    The Jewish Catastrophe, 1933-1945

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1993
    Hilberg explores the human element involved in the Holocaust.
  365. Hilberg, Raul: The Politics of Memory
    The Journey of a Holocaust Historian

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2002
    A memoir of a historian's life-long exploration of the Holocaust.
  366. Hilder, Yvonne: Getting the Most from Interviews
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    Tips from a pro for getting the most from media interviews.
  367. Hilder, Yvonne: Tips for Getting the most from E-mail
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1996   Published: 2000
    The E-mail I receive from journalists seeking assistance with their research and from organizations listed with Sources is often puzzling. Many messages are unaddressed, unsigned and written in haste. Some queries require detective work before I can send a proper response.
  368. Hill, Christopher: The English Bible and the Seventeenth-Century Revolution
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
  369. Hill, Christopher: The English Revolution 1640
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1940
  370. Hill, Christopher: Hill, Christopher - Writings - Index
    Resource Type: Article
    Writings of Christopher Hill (1912-2003).
  371. Hill, Christopher: Liberty Against the Law
    Some Seventeenth-century Controversies

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1996
  372. Hill, Christopher: Puritanism and Revolution
    Studies in Interpretation of the English Revolution of the 17th century

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1958   Published: 1968
    A series of essays on the massive changes which occurred in seventeenth-century England.
  373. Hill, Christopher: Reformation to Industrial Revolution
    the Pelican Economic History of Britain Volume 2

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1967   Published: 1969
    Hill analyzes the transformation of British society and the complex interaction of economic, cultural and political change in the period 1530-1780.
  374. Hill, Christopher: The World Turned Upside Down
    Radical Ideas During the English Revolution

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1984
    Hill looks at radical groups such as the Diggers, Levellers, Ranters, and others, whose ideas threatened to overturn the established order in the mid-seventeenth century.
  375. Hill, Christopher R.: Rights and Wrong
    Some Essays of Human Rights

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1969
  376. Hill, Daniel G.: Human Rights in Canada
    A Focus on Racism

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
    A look at the history of discrimination in Canada and suggestion on how to improve the current situation.
  377. Hill, David: Gas company: Amazon tribes vulnerable to 'massive deaths'
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Amazon tribes in Peru's rainforest are at risk of 'massive deaths' from new diseases to which they lack immunity, gas company Pluspetrol admits - as it tries to expand its Camisea gas project into a Reserve for isolated indigenous people.
  378. Hill, Julia Butterfly: The Legacy of Luna
    The Story of a Tree, a Woman, and the Struggle to Save the Redwoods

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2000
  379. Hill, Karen: Helping You Helps Me
    A Guide Book for Self-Help Groups

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1984
  380. Hill, Rebecca: Emma Goldman: Voice of a Rebel
    Against The Current vol. 141

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Emma Goldman's name for many is synonymous with Anarchism. Indeed, as we can see in the first two volumes of the Documentary History of the American Years from the Emma Goldman Papers Project, now out in a welcome paperback edition, she did much to define anarchism to Americans.
  381. Hill, Robin: Summary--Cluff Lake Board of Inquiry Local Hearings in Northern Sask
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1979
    A report on some discrepancies in the Bayda Report.
  382. Hill, Steven; Finkel, David: Towards 21st Century Democracy
    Interview with a Proportional Representation Activist

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1996
  383. Hill, Symon: Digital Revolutions
    Activism in the Internet Age

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    Symon Hill on the role of the Internet in activism and social change.
  384. Hill, Symon: The No-Nonsense Guide to Religion
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010
    Symon Hill's No-Nonsense Guide to Religion tries to explain what religion means, how we relate to it, how it was created and how it affects us culturally, politically and spiritually today.
  385. Hill, Toby: Amid corruption, poverty and violence, Paraguay's rural poor fight for land and freedom
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The closing down of a community radio station in eastern Paraguay is the latest example of political repression in the country with the most unequal land distribution in Latin America, and in which the media are dominated by a tiny elite of the super-rich. As small farmers begin to reclaim the land that is rightfully theirs, landowners and the state they control are striking back.
  386. Hille, Waldemar (ed.): The People's Song Book
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1948   Published: 1956
    Songs of protest and affirmation. Foreword by Alan Lomax; preface by B.A. Botkin.
  387. Hillendime, Nick: "SiCKO," Are We Sick, Or What?
    Against The Current vol. 130

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
    Years ago, when I worked the sports unit of a commercial TV station, I spent many hours in a van traveling to various games with a lot of folks who were all smarter than I (pilots in their spare time, people who repaired and operated sophisticated video equipment), which didn’t keep me from getting into political arguments because I was younger, dumber, angrier and relatively new to the finer points of Marxism.
  388. Hilley, John: Guardian's day of shame, and the dark depths of liberal McCarthyism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    The liberal 'resistance' to Donald Trump has revealed a service media now plumbing its own dark, reactionary depths. A Guardian editorial has welcomed back to public prominence none other than George W Bush. Even for the Blair-protecting, war-apologising Guardian, it's a landmark day of shame.
  389. Hilley, John: The real cause of Trump: rampant neoliberalism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Examining how the response from the traditional left to the 2016 US Election fails to recognize the failings of neoliberal policies and attitudes that contributed to the election of Trump.
  390. Hillier, Ben: Panama Papers show that capitalism is working perfectly  
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    While corporate fraud is gargantuan in its scale, it is not the expression of a system that "isn't working". In fact, this is the way the system is designed to work.
  391. Hiltermann, Joost R: A Poisonous Affair: America, Iraq, and the Gassing of Halabja
    Resource Type: Book
    Joost's Hiltermann "A Poisonous Affair" is a disturbing book. Chronicling both the use of chemical weapons against the Iranis and specifically the Kurds at Halabja it is also the tale of culpability by the international community and the United States who turned a blind eye to the genocide. The book shows how complicit American support for Saddam layed the ground work for the ongoing distrust by Kurds and Iranis to American policy to this day. It is an essential book for those who wish to understand the tortuous policies of the US, Iraqi Kurds and Iran.
  392. Hilton, Rodney H.: The English Peasantry in the Later Middle Ages
    The Ford Lectures for 1973 and Related Studies

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1975
    Investigates the question of whether or not peasants might be considered their own social class.
  393. Himelfarb, Alex; Himelfarb, Jordon (eds.): Tax is Not a Four-Letter Word: A Different Take on Taxes in Canada
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    The contributors, leading Canadian practitioners and scholars, explore how taxes have become a political "no-go zone" and how changes in taxation are changing Canada. They challenge the view that any tax is a bad tax and provide broad directions for fairer and smarter approaches.
  394. Himka, John-Paul: Issues, Outcome and Prospects: The Ukranian Events
    Against The Current vol. 115

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    Although the Ukrainian presidential elections were front-page news for the last two months of 2004, and no event in the history of Ukraine has ever attracted so much media coverage and analysis, what happened, why, and its significance are questions impossible to answer with certainty.
  395. Himmelstein, David U.: Testimony of David U. Himmelstein, M.D. before the HELP Subcommittee
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    A single-payer reform would make care affordable through vast savings on bureaucracy and profits. As my colleagues and I have shown in research published in the New England Journal of Medicine, administration consumes 31 percent of health spending in the United States, nearly double what Canada spends. In other words, if we cut our bureaucratic costs to Canadian levels, we'd save nearly $400 billion annually - more than enough to cover the uninsured and to eliminate co-payments and deductibles for all Americans.
  396. Himmelstein, David, & Woolhandler, Steffie: The National Health Program Book
    A Source Guide for Advocates

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
    Facts, statistics, and myth-debunking about the Canadian health insurance system and about competing proposals for reform of the U.S. health care system. Part I covers the Economic Context of the Health Care Crisis: Rising Costs, Declining Coverage and Incomes; Part II covers the Impact of the Crisis: Care Denied and Delayed; Part III covers the Social Cost of the American System: Poor Health care Leads to Poor Health. Part IV covers Rationing in the Midst of Plenty. Part V focuses on Exploring the Alternative: Canada's National Health Program. Part VI looks at Why Our System Costs More and Delivers Less: Administrative Waste in U.S. Health Care. Part VII deals with a National Health Program for the U.S.. Part VIII covers Paying for a National Health Program. Part IX looks at President Clinton's Plan: Making Insurance Companies the Feudal Lords of American Medicine. Part X is A Force for Change: Public Opinion on Health Care Reform. Part XI is A National Health Program for the United States: A Physicians' Proposal.
  397. Hindess, Barry: The Decline of Working Class Politics
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971
  398. Hindess, Kathryn: "Small really is beautiful", claims new report on England's farming
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    A report on the benefits of small-scale farming practices in England, arguing that land size should not be used to exclude farms from receiving subsidies.
  399. Hindess, Kathryn: Whose seeds are they anyway?
    Real Farming Report

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    The new People Need Nature report - published to coincide with this week's annual Oxford Real Farming Conference - warns that modern farming practices are not good for wildlife. But they're not good for humans either. And with predictions that we will need to produce 70 per cent more food to feed a third more mouths by 2050 the question of seed ownership and diversity cannot be ignored.
  400. Hines, Terence: Pseudoscience and the Paranormal
    Resource Type: Book
  401. Hinrichsen, Don: Our Common Future
    A Reader's Guide

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1987
    Explains the concept of sustainable development, presses the necessity of a more equitable international economic system, and lays bare the links between trade, environment, and development.
  402. Hinrichsen, Don: Our Common Future: A Reader's Guide
    The Brundtland Report Explained

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
    This beautifully illustrated work is a readable account of the world's development issues, as culled from the "Brundtland Report". The message that new sources of money must be found to support the pursuit of sustainable development becomes much more digestable through the beautiful photographs.
  403. Hinshaw, John: The Politics of South Africa: The Transition to Democracy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    OVER THE PAST few years, South Africa has undergone the dramatic political transition from apartheid to non-racial democracy. As one might expect in a country where racial and economic inequality is so stark, dismantling the economic structures of apartheid has proven more difficult.
  404. Hinton, Elizabeth Kai: Remembering Manning Marable
    Against The Current vol. 153

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    Malcolm X has been getting quite a bit of the attention lately, especially with respect to A Life of Reinvention — and deservedly so — but as Professor Marable himself would tell you, no one shaped his intellectual development more than W.E.B. Du Bois.
  405. Hinton, William: Fanshen
    Documentary of Revolution in a Chinese Village

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1966
    William Hinton's work is a marvelous and revealing look into life in the Chinese countryside, where tradition and modernity have had both a complementary and caustic relationship since the Chinese Communist Party first came to power.
  406. Hinton, William: The Great Reversal
    The Privatization of China

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
    In these essays Hinton argues that Deng XiaoPing and his privatization reforms destroyed the achievements of the Maoist Revolution of 1949.
  407. Hinton, William: The Great Reversal
    The Privatization of China 1978-1989

    Resource Type: Book
    The Great Reversal is the first critical study of the widely heralded reforms currently transforming China's economy. From his long experience of Chinese agriculture, Hinton first examines the course of agricultural reform over the past decade, then looks at its consequences in different areas of the countryside and considers its implications for the country as a whole. He raises troubling questions about China's capitalist future; the growing landlessness; increasing inequality; and above all, the destruction of the nation's natural resources and the collectively built infrastructure that was the great achievement of the revolution.
  408. Hinton, William: Through a Glass Darkly
    American Views of the Chinese Revolution

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2006
    Draws on a lifetime of immersion in contemporary Chinese politics and society, beginning with the seven years he spent in China.
  409. Hippe, Oskar: ...And Red Is The Colour Of Our Flag (Selected Chapters)
    Resource Type: Book
  410. Hirsi Ali, Ayaan: Infidel
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Somali woman who escaped a forced marriage and moved to the Netherlands, where she became a spokeswoman for Muslim women's rights. She tells the story of how her experiences led her to question her faith.
  411. Hirson, Baruch: Bukharin, Bunting and the 'Native Republic Slogan'
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1989
  412. Hirson, Baruch: Communalism and Socialism in Africa
    The Misdirection of C.L.R . James

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1989
    The theoretical confusion of the left when confronted with class struggles in backward societies goes back to the polemics in Russia before the revolution of 1917: an issue resolved in practice but leaving a legacy of theoretical confusion. The struggles for colonial independence were denied the insights that Marxism should have offered, Instead, mysticism prevailed and populist theories replaced scientific analysis.
  413. Hirson, Baruch: Hirson, Baruch - Writings - Index
    Resource Type: Article
    Writings of Baruch Hirson (1921-1999).
  414. Hirthle, Jason: Washington’s Not-So-Invisible Hand: It's Not Economics, It's Empire
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Scottish philosopher Adam Smith famously noted the "invisible hand" of the market that supposedly shaped the character of economies near and far. The rightwing neoliberal capitalist movement, dominant in the West since the early Seventies, has turned this phrase into the sacrosanct dictum of its secular religion. All human behaviour must be submitted to the "free market." (This is the notional credo, but in practice corporate elites are subsidized, bailout out, and given every possible taxpayer benefit to ensure higher private profits.) So now, when nations fail, it is typically said in the media to be the product of a) a crazed dictator threatening counterintuitive genocide on his own people; or b) foolish state interventions by deranged socialist ideologues.
  415. Hirthler, Jason: Blaming Everbody
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The Democratic Party brought the 2016 election disaster on themselves.
  416. Hirthler, Jason: The Empire's Shill
    The Real Mission of the New York Times

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
  417. Hirthler, Jason: The Illusion of Debate
    Consensus for the People that Matter

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    A recent article in FAIR reviewed the findings of its latest study on the quality of political “debate” being aired on the mainstream networks. It studied the run-up to the military interventions in both Iraq and Syria. Perhaps the arbiters of the study intended to illustrate what we’ve learned since the fraudulent Iraq War of 2003. Well, it appears we’ve learned nothing.
  418. Hirthler, Jason: Return of the Evil Empire
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    You have to hand it to them. The United States media machine is unequaled at producing and disseminating misinformation. It begins in the bowels of the State Department or White House or Pentagon and is filtered out through the government’s front organizations, otherwise known as Mainstream Media (MSM).
  419. Hirthler, Jason: Sorry, Not Sorry: Neither the Media Nor Their Owners are Going to Change
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Detailing the failures of the corporate media in coverage of the 2016 US election, and how these problems are systemic due to the corporate ownership structure.
  420. History Committee of the General Strike Committee: The Seattle General Strike of 1919
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1919   Published: 1972
    From February 6 to February 11, 1919, nearly 100,000 Seattle workers participated in a general strike. This pamphlet is a history of the strike, written by the History Committee of the General Strike Committee shortly after the end of the strike.
  421. Hitchens, Peter: It's Nato that's empire-building, not Putin
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Two sides are required for a New Cold War — and there is no obvious need for an adversarial system in post-Soviet Europe.
  422. Hite, Shere: The Hite Report
    A Nationwide Study of Female Sexuality

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1976
    The results of a survey of 3,000 American women regarding their sexuality.
  423. Hite, Shere: The Hite Report on Male Sexuality
    How men feel about love, sex, and relationships

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1981   Published: 1982
    Research bases on a study of 7,000 American men.
  424. Ho Wing Yin, Cecilia (Director): HERstory: Jeritan
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2009
    A story of Indonesian female migrant workers who left their homes to work as domestic helpers in Macao, China, a community consisting of mainly Chinese as well as a city of casinos and entertainment parlours.
  425. Ho, Mae Wan: Glyphosate is a disaster for human health
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Extensive, long running evidence for the cancer-causing effects of glyphosate, and other toxic impacts, have been ignored by regulators. Indeed as the evidence has built up, permitted levels in food have been hugely increased.
  426. Hoar, Victor: The Mackenzie - Papineau Battalion
    Canadian Participation in the Spanish Civil War

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1969
    The story of over twelve hundred Canadians who fought against fascism in the Spanish Civil War.
  427. Hoback, Cullen (Director): Terms and Conditions May Apply
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    Think your privacy settings are protecting you? Think again. This wry and disturbing doc exposes what governments and corporations do with your personal information each time you click "I Accept".
  428. Hobsbawm, E. J.: Industry and Empire
    The Pelican Economic History of Britian: Volume 3: From 1750 to the Present Day

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1968   Published: 1969
    Hobsbawm documents the rise of the industrial revolution in Britain from its origins around the mid 1700s, its expansion throughout the Victorian decades and finally its effects on British society up to the 1960s.
  429. Hobsbawm, E. J.: Primitive Rebels
    Studies in Archaic Forms of Social Movement in the 19th and 20th Centuries

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1959   Published: 1965
    A study of 'primitive' or 'archaic' forms of social agitation.
  430. Hobsbawm, E.J.: The Age of Empire 1875 - 1914
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1987   Published: 1996
    Covers the rise of bourgeois society, the growth of free market capitalism and the expansion of European colonialism abroad.
  431. Hobsbawm, Eric: Age of Extremes 
    The Short Twentieth Century 1914 - 1991

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994   Published: 1997
    A overview of the history of the years 1914 - 1991.
  432. Hobsbawm, Eric: The Communist Manifesto in Perspective
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998   Published: 2012
    Eric Hobsbawm’s opening address to the international conference organised by Espaces Marx on the 150th anniversary of the Communist Manifesto.
  433. Hobsbawm, Eric: How to Change the World
    Tales of Marx and Marxism

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2011
  434. Hobsbawm, Eric: Uncommon People
    Resistance, Rebellion and Jazz

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1998
    Essays on the history of working men and women from the late 18th to the late twentieth century discussing British working class traditions, political radicalism of 19th century shoemakers, peasants and politics, revolution, sex and jazz.
  435. Hobsbawm, Eric: Viva la Revolucion
    Eric Hobsbawm on Latin America

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2016
    Viva La Revolucion is Hobsbawm's magisterial work on Latin America, the fruit of forty years' writing about the continent.
  436. Hobsbawm, Eric J. (ed.): The History of Marxism
    1. Marxism in Marx's Day

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1982
  437. Hochman, Larry: An Israeli Anti-Zionist Memoir: On the Border
    Against The Current vol. 118

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    Michael Warschawski has written a richly deserved prize winning book On the Border. Warschawski, director of the Alternative Information Center in Jerusalem and a well known anti-Zionist activist, first came to Israel from France before the1967 war, to study at a religious-Zionist Talmudic academy. He is a comrade and the husband of noted Israeli civil rights lawyer Lea Tsemel.
  438. Hochschild, Adam: The Fourth Branch
    How the CIA infiltrated student politics

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Article about the CIA's influence and control over the National Student Association, a relationship that was kept secret for years.
  439. Hochschild, Adam: King Leopold's Ghost 
    A Story of Greed, Terror, and Heroism in Colonial Africa

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1999
    The brutal story of Belgian colonialism in the Congo, resulting in the death of between five and eight million Africans.
  440. Hochschild, Adam: Spain in Our Hearts
    Americans in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2016
    Hochschild shares tales of some of the roughly 2,800 Americans who participated in the Spanish Civil War. He shows how the war was a brutal, cruel mismatch from the beginning, with Franco's fascist forces strengthened by 80,000 Italian troops supplied by Mussolini, as well as weapons and airplanes provided by Hitler in exchange for war-related minerals. Additionally, Hochschild uncovers the story of how Texaco, headed by an admirer of Hitler, Torkild Rieber, provided Franco with unlimited oil on credit, shipped it for free, and supplied invaluable intelligence on tankers carrying oil to the Republican forces.
  441. Hochschild, Arlie Russell: I Spent 5 Years With Some of Trump's Biggest Fans. Here's What They Won't Tell You.
    How Donald Trump took a narrative of unfairness and twisted it to his advantage.

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Trump masculinizes benefits, but with a key proviso: restrict government help to real Americans.
  442. Hockenos, Paul: Free To Hate
    The Rise of the Right in Post-Communist Eastern Europe

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
  443. Hoffman, Abbie: Steal This Book
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1971
    A guide to fighting government and corporations. The book is divided into three sections, "Survive!", "Fight!" and "Liberate!"
  444. Hoffman, Abbie; Rubin, Jerry: Vote!
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1972
  445. Hoffman, Peter: The History of the German Resistance 1933-1945
    Widerstand, Staatsstreich, Attentat

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1969
    A thorough portrayal of the plans, hesitations, frustrations, and failures of the opposition to Hitler.
  446. Hoffman,Samantha;Sullivan,Jonathan: Tianjin, China: a village 'land grab' protest spells trouble for the Communist state
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Rising anger by China's dispossessed (those displaced from their homes, villages and farms to make way for expanding cities and infrastructure) is posing a threat to the ruling regime. At the root of the problem is the state's inability to tackle endemic official corruption and deliver justice to its citizens.
  447. Hoffman-Andrews, Jacob: How Verizon and Turn Defeat Browser Privacy Protections
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Verizon advertising partner Turn is using Verizon Wireless's UIDH tracking header to resurrect deleted tracking cookies and share them, forming a vast web of non-consensual online tracking. The tehcnology makes it impossible for customers to control their online privacy.
  448. Hoffmann, Banesh: The Tyranny of Testing
    Resource Type: Book
  449. Hoffrogge, Ralf: Working-Class Politics in the German Revolution
    Richard Müller, the Revolutionary Shop Stewards and the Origins of the Council Movement

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    Richard Müller, a leading figure of the German Revolution in 1918, is completely unknown today. As the operator and unionist who represented Berlin's metalworkers, he was main organiser of the 'Revolutionary Stewards,' a clandestine network that organised a series of mass strikes between 1916 and 1918. With strong support in the factories, the Revolutionary Stewards were the driving force of the Revolution. By telling Müller's story, this study gives a very different account of the revolutionary birth of the Weimar Republic. Using new archival sources and abandoning the traditional focus on the history of political parties, Ralf Hoffrogge zooms in on working class politics on the shop floor and its contribution to social change.
  450. Hogan, Wesley C.: Many Minds, One Heart
    SNCC's dream for a new America

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007   Published: 2009
    Wesley Hogan explores what SNCC accomplished and, more important, how it fostered significant social change in such a short time.
  451. Hogg, Christine: Healthy Change
    Towards Equality in Health

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
    Inequalities in the length of life lived and the extent of disease as experienced by different social classes speaks to the more general inequalities of Western civilisation. GPs, hospitals and local authorities all need to be reorganized before our societies can hope to reach the WHO's greater goal of "health for all".
  452. Hoggan, James: How Propaganda (Actually) Works 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Political propaganda employs the ideals of liberal democracy to undermine those very ideals, the dangers of which, not even its architects fully understand.
  453. Hoggan, James; Littlemore, Richard: Climate Cover-Up 
    The Crusade to Deny Global Warming

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2009
    Tracking the global warming denial movement from its inception, public relations advisor James Hoggan (working with journalist Richard Littlemore), reveals the details of those early plans and then tracks their execution, naming names and exposing tactics in what has become a full-blown attack on the integrity of the public conversation.
  454. Hoggan, James; Litwin, Grania: I'm Right and You're an Idiot
    The Toxic State of Public Discourse and How to Clean it Up

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2016
  455. Hoggart, Richard: Only Connect
    On Culture and Communication

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1972
  456. Hoggart, Richard: The Uses of Literacy
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1957
    In this partly autobiographical book Hoggart observes the loss of an authentic popular culture and denounces the imposition of mass culture by the culture industries.
  457. Holbach, Baron d': On Religious Cruelty
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1769
    In this essay I am going to examine the different kinds of religious cruelty. Under this name I include those religious opinions that proceed from this cruelty or give birth to it, those acts of barbarism imposed by religion itself, and those its zealots take as an obligation occasioned by its service and love.
  458. Holbach, Baron D.: Essay on the art of crawling, for the use of courtiers
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1776
    The courtier is, without contradiction, the most curious product of the human race. He's an amphibian animal in which all contrasts are commonly assembled.
  459. Holborow, Marnie: War from above, resistance from below
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    A review of Donny Gluckstein (ed), Fighting on all Fronts: Popular Resistance and the Second World War. As Donny Gluckstein points out in the introduction to this book, understanding the nature of the Second World War is fundamental to our understanding of the world today. Liberal and left wing opinion sees it as a war between democracy and fascism, or "progress and reaction" as Eric Hobsbawm described it. This leads some to see the Allies' victory as the straightforward triumph of democracy and ushering in American prosperity for all. For example, the Confederation of German Trade Unions has suggested, without any hint of irony, that workers today should get behind the idea of "a new Marshall plan" as the basis for a "progressive strategy" for the crisis-ridden European Union.
  460. Holden, Patrick: Good nutrition begins in healthy soils
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    There's no such thing as 'healthy food' if it's not produced by sustainable farming systems on living soils, Patrick Holden told the recent 'Food: The Forgotten Medicine' conference. But after 70 years of industrial farming, there's a huge job to be done to restore our depleted soils and the impoverished genetic diversity of our seeds and crops.
  461. Holleman, Hannah; McChesney, Robert W.; Foster, John Bellamy; Jonna, R. Jamil: The Penal State in an Age of Crisis
    Published in Monthly Review Volume 61, Number 2 - June 2009

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    We may be approaching a moment where it will be possible to open up a debate on the obscenity and absurdity of the present order and its punitive social control mechanisms. Smashing the penal state is job one for socialist politics as we put the neoliberal hell in our rearview mirrors.
  462. Hollingsworth, Jim: Global Militarism and the Environment
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1991
    The connection between militarism and environmental damage.
  463. Holloway, John: Change the World Without Taking Power
    The Meaning of Revolution Today

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2002
    Holloway claims that after a century of failed attempts by revolutionary and reformist movements to bring about radical social change, the concept of revolution itself is in crisis. However, he has no idea what to do about it.
  464. Holloway, John: Read Capital: The First Sentence, Or, Capital starts with Wealth, not with the Commodity
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    John Holloway claims that Marx, in Capital, does not start with the commodify.
  465. Holloway, John: The Tradition of Scientific Marxism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2002
    John Holloway challenges the myth that Marx promoted a "scientific socialism" in the positivistic understanding of "science" and insists rather on the "negative" and critical aspects of science. For Holloway, the notion of fetishism is central to Marx's critical approach.
  466. Holloway, Kali: Activists Track Down Racist Trolls Who Thought They Were Anonymous and Brilliantly Embarrass Them
    A Brazilian group is turning racist social media messages into signs everyone can see.

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Recently, the Cleveland Plain Dealer announced it had turned off comments on stories about Tamir Rice because "just about every piece we published about Tamir immediately became a cesspool of hateful, inflammatory or hostile comments."
  467. Holloway, Kali: 10 Ways Monopoly Airlines Use 'Calculated Misery' to Make Flying an Increasingly Overpriced Nightmare
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    In the three months of last quarter, America's commercial airlines collectively made $5.5 billion, up 53 percent over the same period a year before and the highest tally since the pre-Recessionary days of 2007. And yet, customers have never been more unhappy.
    The airline industry profits by having you pay extra to be treated like a human being.
  468. Holm, Wendy; Gutstein, Donald: Draining Canada Dry
    The Continental Thirst for Canada's Water

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1993
    The authors examine Canada's water policies and their socio-economic impact on North America.
  469. Holmes, Douglas: Northerners
    Profiles of People in the Northwest Territories

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
  470. Holmstrom, Nancy: Do Workers Lose Their Rights?
    Against The Current vol. 144

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Gertrude Ezorsky's Freedom in the Workplace? is a unique and highly useful book. Unique, because it combines sophisticated philosophical analysis with compelling examples from the lives of low-wage workers and an Appendix on 20th century U.S. labor law — all in a text of 77 easy-to-read pages! — and highly useful, because it refutes a central myth about capitalism.
  471. Holmstrom, Nancy: Foremothers and Fathers
    Against The Current vol. 139

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Socialist feminism is usually said to have begun in the 1960s and ‘70s, but in fact it was a significant radical current 100-150 years ago.
  472. Holmstrom, nancy: Pioneers of Women's Liberation
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    A review of Hal Draper's book "Women and Class: Toward a Socialist Feminism."
  473. Holmstrom, Nancy: Politics and the Communist Manifesto -- Part 4
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1998
    As Rosa Luxemburg contended, until a socialist revolution is successful, the most important result of any struggle is the building of working-class self-confidence and organization. This transforms the struggle for reforms in a more radical direction, and expresses an understanding of self-emancipation of the working class as both means and end of a socialist revolution.
  474. Holmstrom, Nancy: Renewing Historical Materialism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    Ellen Meiksins Wood's Democracy Against Capitalism offers a sophisticated interpretation and defense of the core concepts of Marxism. The vision of socialism as the most radical democracy was always a minority understanding, but it was Marx's vision and it has appeared again and again throughout history. Ellen Wood has made a most valuable contribution to the struggle to realize that vision.
  475. Holmstrom, Nancy: Rosa Luxemburg for Our Time
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Does Rosa Luxemburg leave feminists a theoretical and political legacy? That is, does she give us any theoretical guidance as to how to understand women's oppression? If so, what is it?
  476. Holmstrom, Nancy: The Socialist Feminist Project
    A Contemporary Reader in Theory and Politcs

    Resource Type: Book
    Socialist feminist theorizing is flourishing today. This collection is intended to shows its strengths and resources and convey a sense of it as an ongoing project.
  477. Holsaert, Faith S., et al.: Hands on the Freedom Plow
    Personal Accounts by Women in SNCC

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010   Published: 2012
    A collection of personal stories of women working for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) on the front lines of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement.
  478. Holstein, Ned: Judges Run Wild
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    The puffed-up arrogance of many family court judges is born of their unfettered control over our lives.
  479. Holt, John: Escape from Childhood
    The Needs and Rights of Children

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1974
    A book about young people and their place, or lack of place in society today. It is about the institution of modern childhood, the attitudes, customs and laws that define children and locate children in life and determine to a large degree what their lives are like and how we, their elders, treat them.
  480. Holt, John: Freedom and Beyond
    Resource Type: Book
  481. Holt, John: How Children Fail 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1964
    The classroom should be a place of learning. Instead it is the scene of a continual battle in which teacher and child struggle to gain the advantage. The casualties are heavy. Some children fail outright. Others have the seeds of future failure implanted. And practically none come close to realizing their potential.
  482. Holt, John: Instead of Education
    Ways to Help People Do Things Better

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1976
    Holt returns to the old truth that we learn things by doing them. He says this has been forgotten by today's educators, who believe we shouldn't start to do things until after they have been "learned."
  483. Holt, John: Teach Your Own
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1981
  484. Holt-Giménez, Eric: The world food crisis: what is behind it and what we can do
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    The World Food Program's description of the global food crisis raises the spectre of a natural disaster surging over an unaware populace that is helpless in the face of massive destruction. With billions of people at risk of hunger, the current food crisis is certainly massive and destructive.
  485. Holz, Maxine: Whatever Happened to the Sexual Revolution?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1986
    What would a future anthropologist make of the bizarre and seemingly contradictory assortment of information on sexuality available today?
  486. Honachefsky, William: Ecologically Based Municipal Land Use Planning
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2000
  487. Honey, Michael K: Going Down Jericho Road: The Memphis Strike, Martin Luther King's Last Campaign
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2008
    A history of the sanitation worker strike in Memphis.
  488. Hongda , Wu; Creger, John: Execution Day in Zhengzhou
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1991
    A first-hand account of an execution day in China.
  489. Honig-Parnass, Tikva: False Prophets of Peace
    Liberal Zionism and the Struggle for Palestine

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2011
    Honig-Parnass unearths the central role played by the Israeli Left in laying the foundation for the colonial settler project and its campaign of dispossession.
  490. Honig-Parsas, Tivka; Haddad, Toufic (eds.): Between the Lines
    Readings on Israel, the Palestinians and the U.S. "War on Terror"

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    A collection of essays that addresses the situation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the need for changes. It provides the background of the conflict and an analysis of the resistance and repression that have intensified due to post 9/11.
  491. Hoogendijk, William: The Economic Revolution
    Towards a Sustainable Future By Freeing The Economy From Money-Making

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1992
    Money making grows at the cost of destroying our social fabirc and resource base and proposes a new economic remedy.
  492. Hooper, Simon: Mandela the radical
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Nelson Mandela will be celebrated principally for the dignity with which he emerged onto the world stage after decades in prison and for the forgiveness that he displayed towards his former enemies in forging a democratic, multi-racial South Africa from the poisoned legacy of apartheid.
  493. Hoover, James: Pharma Greed Run Amuk
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Congress, especially its GOP members, created the Martin monster. Martin Shkreli is only one of the monsters the GOP Congress has created. Probably our best hope is that one or many, like Shkreli, will overreach in an outrageous greed that our government has condoned for decades. Like errant spoiled children, pharmaceuticals (Pharma) have run roughshod over an obliging Congress and a consuming public since politicians -- in effect -- gave them license to steal.
  494. Hopkins, A.G.: An Economic History of West Africa
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1973
    An examination of the economy of West Africa from the fifteenth to the twentieth century.
  495. Hopkins, CJ: Why Ridiculous Official Propaganda Still Works
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    Chief among the common misconceptions about the way official propaganda works is the notion that its goal is to deceive the public into believing things that are not "the truth" (that Trump is a Russian agent, for example, or that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction, or that the terrorists hate us for our freedom, et cetera). However, while official propagandists are definitely pleased if anyone actually believes whatever lies they are selling, deception is not their primary aim.
  496. Hopkins, Robert: Consensus Decision Making: An Analysis of the Literature
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1977
    Includes a look at historical interest in consensus, an overview of research with critiques, and recommendations for future research. Brings together most of the current empirical findings in research about consensus.
  497. Hopkins, Ruth: VAWA Must Pass to Protect All Women, Regardless of Race
    The Fight Ahead

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    No woman deserves to be beaten, raped, or killed, regardless of her race, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation.
  498. Hore, Charlie: China: Whose Revolution?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1987
    The Chinese Revolution was one of the most momentous events of the 20th century. For a quarter of the human race it seemed to open the way to eradicate the roots of poverty and famine, to build a better society. But whose revolution was it? Few socialists today look to China for inspiration. The illusions of “Maoism” have been systematically shattered. Today China is becoming more and more part of the world system it once seemed to want to overthrow.
  499. Horgan, John: Dear "Skeptics," Bash Homeopathy and Bigfoot Less, Mammograms and War More
    A science journalist takes a skeptical look at capital-S Skepticism

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    So I'm a skeptic, but with a small S, not capital S. I don’t belong to skeptical societies. I don’t hang out with people who self-identify as capital-S Skeptics. Or Atheists. Or Rationalists. When people like this get together, they become tribal. They pat each other on the back and tell each other how smart they are compared to those outside the tribe. But belonging to a tribe often makes you dumber.
  500. Horkheimer, Max: Critical Theory
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1968   Published: 1972
    Essays by the founder of the Institute for Social Research in Frankfurt.
  501. Horkheimer, Max: Eclipse of Reason
    Resource Type: Book
  502. Horkheimer, Max; Adorno, Theodor W.: Dialectic of Enlightenment
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1944   Published: 1969
    A study of modern culture by two members of the Institute for Social Research in Frankfurt (The Frankfurt School).
  503. Hormel, Leontina M.: Marx the Feminist?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    In the face of global economic crisis and the dismantling of social programs under austerity policies, many feminists are re-engaging Marx's critique of capitalism. This return to Marx is necessary if we are effectively to overcome gender oppression, especially since the latest trends in feminism -- or at least those "fit to print" and discussed in the popular press -- place the onus of equal treatment squarely on women's shoulders. Newfound feminists like Sheryl Sandberg advise women to "lean in" and adjust their behaviour to suit the aggressively entrepreneurial norms rewarded in the real world that men lead. As Nancy Fraser aptly puts it, these tendencies within feminism serve as "capitalism’s handmaiden": such identity-centered, cultural critiques have helped obscure capital's dependency on gendered oppressions.
  504. Horn, Bernie: The Emerging Progressive Majority
    Introduction to 'Framing the Future'

    Resource Type: Article
    A large group of Americans favor both progressive policy and conservative philosophy. As a result, they may side with either progressives or conservatives, depending on how a political question is framed.
  505. Horn, Bernie: Framing the Future
    How Progressive Values Can Win Elections and Influence People

    Resource Type: Book
    Polls show that most Americans favor progressive policy, but they also embrace conservative philosophy. George Lakoff and other analysts have shown that, in order to reclaim America for all Americans, progressives must put forth our moral vision, celebrate our values and principles, and shout them out loud. But which values? And how do we communicate them? In Framing the Future, consultant and political strategist Bernie Horn argues that the task is easier than it sounds. His book proposes a new philosophy of progressivism that articulates what we really stand for.
  506. Horn, Gerd-Rainer: A Classic Study Revisited
    Against The Current vol. 143

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    Pierre Broué (1926-2005) was one of the few Trotskyist historians who carved out a niche in academia, though this career choice had to overcome many obstacles. Coming of age at a time in France when the historical profession mostly consisted of either conservative anti-communists or historians closely linked to the milieu of the hard-line French Communist Party, Broué, a long-time member of the Lambertiste current within French Trotskyism (until his expulsion in 1989), from early on had to learn to fight on his own.
  507. Horn, Gerd-Rainer: The Legacy of 1968
    Against The Current vol. 136

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    In 1989, the world systems theorists Giovanni Arrighi, Terence K. Hopkins and Immanuel Wallerstein wrote the following five short sentences: “There have only been two world revolutions. One took place in 1848. The second took place in 1968. Both were historical failures. Both transformed the world.”
  508. Horn, Michael: Academic Freedom In English Canada
    A History

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1999
  509. Horn, Steve: The Blue Engine Behind Fracked Gas Exports PR Blitz
    "Our Energy Moment"

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Behind nearly every major corporate policy push there’s an accompanying well-coordinated public relations and propaganda campaign. As it turns out, the oil and gas industry’s push to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) obtained via hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) plays the same game, in this case via the industry-led PR blitz "Our Energy Moment".
  510. Horn, Steve: Fossil Fuel Industry Benefits from $20 Billion in Subsidies in the U.S.
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    A new joint investigative report by Oil Change International and the Overseas Development Institute reveals that, in the United States alone, the fossil fuel industry has benefited from over $20 billion per year in government subsidies between 2008-2015.
  511. Horn, Steve: Gulf-Bound Tar Sands for Export?
    Follow the Oiltanking Trail

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The U.S. Senate failed to get the necessary 60 votes to approve the northern leg of TransCanada‘s KeystoneXL pipeline, but incoming Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell already promised it will get another vote when the GOP-dominated Senate begins its new session in 2015.
  512. Horn, Steve: Keystone XL Activists Labeled Possible Eco-Terrorists
    Green Scare Continues

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    TransCanada has colluded with an FBI/DHS Fusion Center in Nebraska, labeling non-violent activists as possible candidates for “terrorism” charges and other serious criminal charges.
  513. Horn, Steve: Obama Administration Muzzling Its Scientists
    Just Like Canada's Harper Government

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Muzzling of scientists matters because they make policy decisions with real-world impacts on society.
  514. Horn, Steve: Study: Fracking, Not Just Fracking Wastewater Injection, Causing Earthquakes in Western Canada
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    A groundbreaking study published in Seismological Research Letters has demonstrated a link between hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") for oil and gas and earthquakes.
  515. Horn, Steve; Gibson, Carl: Globally Renowned Activist Collaborated with Stratfor
    Sellout Exposed

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Using his celebrated activist status, Popovic opened many doors for Stratfor to meet with activists globally. In turn, the information Stratfor intended to gain from Popovic’s contacts would serve as “actionable intelligence”— the firm billed itself as a “Shadow CIA”—for its corporate clients.
  516. Hornung, Rick: One Nation Under The Gun
    Inside The Mohawk Civil War

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
    An account of the poltical and land struggles of the Mohawk people in New York and Montreal.
  517. Horowitz, David: Containment and Revolution
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1967   Published: 1969
  518. Horowitz, David: Empire and Revolution
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1970
  519. Horowitz, David: From Yalta To VietNam
    American Foreign Policy In The Cold War

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1967
  520. Horowitz, Elinor Lander: Communes in America
    The Place Just Right

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1972
    Traces the history of collective settlements in the United States and compares their organization and purpose with the communes of today.
  521. Horowitz, Gad: Basic and Surplus Repression in Psychoanalytic Theory
    Freud, Reich and Marcuse

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1977
  522. Horowitz, Gad: Canadian Labour in Politics
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1968
    A historical study of the relationship between the labour movement and the social democratic party in Canada, as that relationship developed since the birth of modern industrial unionism.
  523. Horowitz, Irving L. (ed.): The Anarchists
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1964
    From Diderot to Camus, from Thoreau to Vanzetti, a ringing roll-call of the great non-conformists and dissenters.
  524. Horowitz, Roger: Michael Berg for U.S. Congress in Delaware: A Voice Against War
    Against The Current vol. 124

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    On June 8 Americans awoke to the news that the U.S. military in Iraq had killed Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi, alleged leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq. In the midst of press coverage that cravenly accepted government claims that this was, once again, a turning point in the war, one voice in the mass media dramatically countered government claims - that of Michael Berg, Green Party candidate for Delaware's seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
  525. Horowitz, Roger: Potrait of a Strikebreaker
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1995
    It was hard to reconcile this affable young man with the picture he was presenting of himself as a narrow-minded careerist who had found strikebreaking was a fast track to advancement at Gannett. But however he justified his actions, it was easy to see that John's ambitions had made him a willing pawn in Gannett's battle of Detroit.
  526. Horowitz, Roger: The Writings of David Roediger
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1997
    Roediger criticizes Marxists for too often reducing racial discrimination to conflicts over resources, such as jobs or housing, that are manipulated by a society's upper classes in order to divert attention from the real sources of inequality. Such a focus, he argues, ignores the manner in which race and racial consciousness is integrally tied to class formation and working-class consciousness.
  527. Horrocks, Lisa: Seven News: The Story of a Community Newspaper
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1984
    An essay about the Toronto community newspaper Seven News, written in 1984 by Lisa Horrocks, who was part of Seven News as a staff or board member for a number of years.
  528. Horton, Gerard: Segregation is here, just look at Israel's legal system
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Although segregated buses provide a clear and obvious picture of discrimination, applying different laws to individuals living side by side may prove to have far greater legal, ethical and strategic consequences for Israel.
  529. Horton, Guy: Explaining Burma's missing 9 million people - evaporation, or genocide?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    In Burma nearly one in five people is not alive who was expected to be alive based upon a modest estimate of the 2% population growth rate. Despite its significance, the figure is met with silence.
  530. Horton, Michael: The Everyday Activist
    365 Ways to Change the World

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2006
    A positive, practical guide to healing the world - one day at a time. Packed with ideas and facts from leading campaign organizations, this handbook shows how the smallest actions can make a difference to your community and in the wider world.
  531. Horton, Michael: Saudi Arabia's Yemen Strategy: Divide and Destroy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    While eleven weeks of airstrikes and a punitive naval blockade have laid waste to much of Yemen, most people remain resolute and what is a distinctly Yemeni sense of humour is intact. This is despite the fact that more than 2000 people have been killed, over half of whom are civilians, and billions of dollars of infrastructure have been destroyed since the Saudi led "Operation Decisive Storm" began on March 25, 2015.
  532. Horton, Myles: The Long Haul 
    An autobiography

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990   Published: 1991
    Myles Horton tells the story of the Highlander Folk School. A major catalyst for social change in the United States for over sixty years, this school has touched the lives of so many people, including Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, and Eleanor Roosevelt.
  533. Horton, Myles; Freire, Paulo: We Make the Road By Walking 
    Conversations on education and social change

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1990
    Horton, the founder of the Highlander Folk School, and Freire, a Brazilian education leader, are from two different backgrounds, but their shared views on the use of participatory education in bringing about social change are the basis for this thought-provoking book.
  534. Horton, Myles; Gould, Ellen, Dobbin, Murray: L'Extraordinaire Myles Horton
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1988
    Myles Horton est le fondateur de l'école Highlander Folk School, un centre pour la formation
    en leadership au Tennessee. Highlander forme des organisateurs pour des
    syndicats, des organismes de droits civiques et des groupes de citoyens locaux. Dans cet entretien, Ellen Gould et Murray Dobbin parlent avec Horton pour découvrir ce que son expérience lui a enseigné au sujet de l'organisation pour le changement social.
  535. Horton, Myles; interviewed by Gould, Ellen & Dobbin, Murray: The Extraordinary Myles Horton
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1988
    Myles Horton is the founder of the Highlander Folk School, a centre for leadership training in Tennessee. The Highlander trains organizers for unions, civil rights organizations and local citizens' groups. In this article, Ellen Gould and Murray Dobbin talk to Horton to find out what his experience has taught him about organizing for social change.
  536. Horwitz, Sanford D.: Let Them Call Me Rebel: Saul Alinsky, His Life and Legacy
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1992
    A biography of Saul Alinsky and the evolution of his ideas on organizing.
  537. Hossein-zadeh, Ismael: Capital's War on the People
    Against The Current vol. 149

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Instead of calling the recent G-20’s brutal austerity declaration (issued at the conclusion of its annual summit in Toronto) an orchestrated declaration of class war on the people, many progressive/Keynesian economists and other liberal commentators simply call it “bad policy.” While it is true that, as these commentators point out, the Hooverian message of the declaration is bound to worsen the recession, it is nonetheless not a matter of “bad” policy; it is a matter of class policy.
  538. Hossein-zadeh, Ismael: Capital's War on the People
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    It is time to change the parameters of the debate, from “when or by how much social spending should be cut?” to “why should the people pay for something they are not responsible for?”
  539. Hossein-Zadeh, Ismael: How International Financial Elites Change Governments to Implement Austerity
    Global War on the 99%

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Many countries around the world are plagued by all kinds of armed rebellions, economic sanctions, civil wars, “democratic” coup d’états and/or wars of “regime change.” These include Ukraine, Venezuela, Syria, Thailand, Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq, Egypt, Yemen, Somalia and Lebanon. Even in the core capitalist countries the overwhelming majority of citizens are subjected to brutal wars of economic austerity.
  540. Hossein-zadeh, Ismael: Making Sense of This Economic Crisis
    Against The Current vol. 146

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    While it now is generally agreed that the main source of the 2008 financial implosion was the accumulation of too much toxic debt, there is little agreement on the factors that precipitated the buildup of all that unsustainable debt. Whereas neoclassical/neoliberal economists blame the “irrational behavior of the agents” (both lenders and borrowers), Keynesian economists blame financial deregulation and insufficient public policy.
  541. Hossein-Zadeh, Ismael: Not Bad Policy, But Class Policy
    Holes in the Keynesian Against G20 Austerity Plan

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    Liberal critics of the vicious austerity policies passionately argue against such policies as bad, misguided, or unwise as if the governments that make such policies do not know what they are doing. Accordingly, these critics offer all kinds of elegant Keynesian arguments in favor of stimulus deficit spending that could lead to improved economic conditions, increased tax revenues, and decreased debt and deficit. What these critics tend to overlook, however, is the fact that the governments that impose austerity policies are serving as bailiffs or debt-collecting agencies on behalf of their corporate/financial masters.
  542. Hossein-zadeh, Ismael: The Profits of War: Planning to Bomb Iran
    Against The Current vol. 125

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    It is no longer a secret that the Bush administration has been methodically paving the way toward a bombing strike against Iran. The administration’s plans of an aerial military attack against that country have recently been exposed by a number of reliable sources.
  543. Hossein-Zadeh, Ismail: The Age of Finance Capital -- and the Irrelevance of Mainstream Economics
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Despite the fact that the manufacturers of ideas have elevated economics to the (contradictory) levels of both a science and a religion, a market theodicy, mainstream economics does not explain much when it comes to an understanding of real world developments. Indeed, as a neatly stylized discipline, economics has evolved into a corrupt, obfuscating and useless -- nay, harmful -- field of study.
  544. Hotait, Laila: Crayons of Askalan
    Resource Type: Film/Video
    First Published: 2011
    In 1975, at the age of fifteen, Palestinian artist Zuhdi Al Adaw is sentenced and confined in the high security prison of Askalan, Israel for fifteen years. With the help of his fellow prisoners and their families, he manages to stay alive by smuggling in colour crayons and smuggling out his allegorical artwork done on pillowcases, so it finds its way to the outside world.
  545. Houdyma, Joseph; Del Duca, Robert; Auringer, Jack; Seltzer, Leo: Ford Massacre
    Detroit Workers News Special, 1932

    Resource Type: Film
    First Published: 1932   Published: 1982
    WFPL newsreel of the March 7th Detroit/Dearborn demonstration and hunger march of unemployed Ford workers.
  546. Hougan, Jim: Spooks
    The Haunting of America - The Private Use of Secret Agents

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1978   Published: 1979
  547. Hough, Michael: 21st Century Trade Union Conspiracy Trial
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    It's fitting that the return of the trade union conspiracy trial would take place in Philadelphia, the city of the infamous Philadelphia Cordwainers Trial of 1805, the first known trade union conspiracy case in America.
  548. Hough, Michael: 21st Century Trade Union Conspiracy Trial
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    It's fitting that the return of the trade union conspiracy trial would take place in Philadelphia, the city of the infamous Philadelphia Cordwainers Trial of 1805, the first known trade union conspiracy case in America. Beginning with the genesis of the first combinations of wage labourers in eighteenth-century England, trade unionism has been perceived and prosecuted as a conspiracy against private property -- and rightly so. What is a trade union but a permanent conspiracy against private property and the inviolable right to private property? Friedrich Engels designated trade unions as schools of war in The Condition of the Working-Class in England in 1845, and the processes underlying workers' control and workers' power made manifest in trade unionism then remain in operation today.
  549. House, Gloria: SNCC Movement Worker Reflects
    Against The Current vol. 162

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Gloria House reflects on how SNCC saw the struggle of African Americans as linked to the struggles of colonialized people, and identified with liberation movements domestically and internationally.
  550. House, Jeff: Bold Refugee Strategy Succeeds
    Law Union News, February/March 1979

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1979
  551. House. J.D.: Coastal Labrador: Incorporation, Exploitation and Underdevelopment
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1980
    This paper was first presented for the 5th International Seminar on Marginal Regions in Dublin, Eire, July, 1979.
  552. Hove, Chenjerai: Zimbabwe: One state, one faith, one lord
    Resource Type: Article
    The one-party system of Zimbabwe.
  553. How it Works and How to Get Free of it: Male Chauvinism!
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1974
  554. Howard, Dick: French New Working Class Theories
    From Radical America April 1969

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1969
  555. Howard, Dick: The Marxian Legacy
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1977   Published: 1979
    Working within the Marxian legacy, Howard poses is problems across the fields of philosophy, sociology, political science and history.
  556. Howard, Dick, Klare, Karl E.: The Unknown Dimension 
    European Marxism Since Lenin

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1972
    The radical intellectual tradition of European post-Leninist Marxism, so different from the dogma of the orthodox leftist parties, is an unknowwn dimension. This anthology sets out to recover this Marxist tradition and to restore the centrality of Marxist revolutionary thought and practice.
  557. Howard, Irene: The Struggle for Social Justice in B.C.
    Helena Gutteridge, the Unknown Reformer

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1993
    The biography of Helena Guttteridge, who worked for women's rights and worker's rights from the period just before the start of the First World War until the late 1930's.
  558. Howard, Janet: Brief to the Board of Directors, The Wellesley Hospital.
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1977
    This brief was prepared for the board of directors of Wellesley Hospital by a group of concerned people who are upset at many of the present practices in the emergency ward of this hospital. The group is made up of residents, health professionals, and community workers in the Don District.
  559. Howard, Joseph: Strange Empire
    Louis Riel and the Metis People

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1974
  560. Howard, Neil: Evil Traffickers and Innocent Children?
    It's Not So Simple

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    One of the most pressing reasons why teenagers like Adri need to migrate for work is because there’s no other way for them or their families to access the money that is essential to life in any capitalist economy.
  561. Howard, Ross: Poisons in Public
    Case Studies of Environmental Pollution in Canada

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1980
  562. Howard, Ross; Perley, Michael: Poisoned Skies
    Who'll Stop Acid Rain?

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
    The authors chronicle the decade-long struggle to get government action against acid rain - a devastating form of pollution.
  563. Howarth, Lorna: Farming Freedom
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    A simple agricultural technique could release farmers from the grip of agrochemical corporations. With no patents, no royalties and no licensing fees, this system just benefits the farmers.
  564. Howe, Irving (ed.): Essential Works of Socialism
    Resource Type: Book
  565. Howlett, Floyd: An Analysis of the Decreasing Viability of Small and Medium sized Farms in Canada.
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1976
    Describes the economic, physical, and political conditions that cause a rapid decrease in small and medium sized farms in Canada.
  566. Howlett, Rev. Floyd: Co-workers in a World Struggle
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1975
    Problems facing agriculture in Manitoba, similar to problems facing Japanese farmers.
  567. Hoyles, Andree: General Strike France 1968 
    A factory-by-factory account

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1969
    Andre Hoyles analyses the development, organisation and end of the mass strike in France, 1968, with reference to case studies of particular factories.
  568. Hoyles, Andree: Imagination in Power 
    The Occupation of Factories in France in 1968

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1973
    A brief study of the factory occupations which were a crucial component in the May 1968 events in France.
  569. Hoyt, William John, Jr.: Anti-Vaccination Fever
    The Shot Hurt Around the World

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    Sensationalist media, religious fanatics, and alternative medical practitioners fanned the fires created by questionable research to spawn worldwide epidemics of a disease that has almost been forgotten.
  570. Hribal, Jason: Understanding Class and Species
    A Lesson From Thaddeus Russell

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    University remains a rigidly class-based institution—not only in what it teaches but also in how it operates.
  571. HS: Class Struggle in Vietnam: From the Colonial Yoke to Wage Slavery for Global Capital
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Struggles which have unfolded since the first big strike wave in Vietnam in 2006.
  572. HS: Class Struggle in Vietnam: From the Colonial Yoke to Wage Slavery for Global Capital
    Wildcat Strikes in Vietnam

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    An alternation of repression and concessions is only one element among many of the whole apparatus of control and domination by the CPV. In the last analysis, it is repression which wins out, ranging from direct military and police force to administrative detention, from constant surveillance of the conversations and writings of the population to an ever stricter control of the use of such modern means as cell phones and the Internet.
  573. Hsiao, Andrew; Lim, Audrea (eds.): The Verso Book of Dissent
    From Spartacus to the Shoe-Thrower of Bagdad

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010
    An anthology presenting voices of dissent from every era of human history: speeches and pamphlets, poems and songs, plays and manifestos.
  574. Htun Lin: Job makes us sick
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    Corporations blame individual workers for their own state of health, which in reality is adversely impacted by unsafe work conditions individual workers have little or no control over. When management puts austerity and cost-cutting ahead of well-being, individual human beings pay the price.
  575. Htun, Lin: Workshop Talks: Reclaim our labor
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Lin discusses the precarious conditions under which healthcare labourers work.
  576. Hubbard, Jim: United in Anger
    A History of ACT UP

    Resource Type: Film
    First Published: 2012
    Examines the birth and life of the AIDS activist movement from the perspective of the people in the trenches fighting the epidemic.
  577. Hubbard, Tim; Love, James: A New Trade Framework for Global Healthcare R&D
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    The AIDS crisis has brought to public notice what has always been generally true — that the existing business model for drug development leads to high prices and unequal access. There is now widespread dissatisfaction with drug prices in both the developed and developing world.
  578. Hubbs, Nadine: Rednecks, Queers, and Country Music
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2014
    Nadine Hubbs looks at how class and gender identity play out in one of America's most culturally and politically charged forms of popular music. Skillfully weaving historical inquiry with an examination of classed cultural repertoires and close listening to country songs, Hubbs confronts the shifting and deeply entangled workings of taste, sexuality, and class politics.
  579. Huber, Sonya: Living and Working Uncovered
    Against The Current vol. 150

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    An interview with Sonya Huber. Sonya Huber (www.sonyahuber.com) is the author of Cover Me: A Health Insurance Memoir.
  580. Huber-Humes, Sonya: Grace Paley (1922-2007)
    Against The Current vol. 131

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2007
    Grace Paley described herself as a “somewhat combative pacifist and a cooperative anarchist,” and saw the role of the artist as that of “listener” who would relay stories of those made invisible by society. And she told it plain.
  581. Huber-Humes, Sonya: Hitting the Maternal Wall
    Against The Current vol. 133

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    The “Maternal Wall” is not a new method of contraception, and it’s not the look mom gives when the kids miss curfew. In this slim and accessible book The Motherhood Manifesto, Blades and Rowe-Finkbeiner update the two-dimensional “glass ceiling” to describe the maternal wall as “employment discrimination against a woman who has, or will have, children.”
  582. Huberman, Leo: Man's Worldly Goods
    The Story of the Wealth of Nations

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1936   Published: 1968
    Huberman sets out to explain history using economic theory, and to explain economic theory using history. He tries to explain, in terms of the development of economic thought, why certain doctrines arose when they did, how they originated in the very fabric of social life, and how they were developed, modified, and overthrown when the pattern of that fabric was changed.
  583. Huberman, Leo: Notes on Left Propaganda and How to Spread the Word
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1950   Published: 1967
  584. Huberman, Leo; Sweezy, Paul M.: Cuba
    Anatomy of Revolution

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1960   Published: 1969
  585. Huberman, Leo; Sweezy, Paul M.: Regis Debray and the Latin American Revolution
    A Collection of Essays

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1968   Published: 1969
    Essays responding to Debray's book Revolution in the Revolution, which argued that the establishment of guerilla foci were the key to the revolutionary process in Latin America.
  586. Huberman, Leo; Sweezy, Paul M.: Socialism in Cuba
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1970
  587. Hubler, Angela: At the Dark End of the Street - book review
    Against The Current vol. 162

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    At the Dark End of the Street: Black Women, Rape and Resistance — A New History of the Civil Rights Movement from Rosa Parks to the Rise of Black Power by Danielle McGuire.
  588. Hubler, Angela: Feminism's Global Contradictions
    Against The Current vol. 148

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    It is clear that the most significant factor now shaping women’s lives and status worldwide is globalization. What isn’t clear, however, is whether globalization is affecting women positively or negatively.
  589. Hubler, Angela E.: A Feminist Reader for Today
    Against The Current vol. 109

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    Each time I teach History of Feminist Thought at my university, in order to highlight the limitations of a gender-only feminism and to exemplify the strengths of socialist feminism, I show my students "Salt of the Earth" (1954), a deeply moving and inspiring film based on a successful "predominantly Mexican-American" miners' strike in which the miners' picketing was blocked by the Taft-Hartley injunction.
  590. Hubler, Angela E.: Globalization and Feminism
    Against The Current vol. 135

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    In the concluding chapter of this innovative and insightful anthology, Torry Dickinson and Robert Schaeffer argue that “A key development for both theory and politics has been that the intersection of different global hierarchies has led to the rise of global, intersecting social movements. Many of the movements that have emerged are feminist-inspired and women-centered because women have been targeted by male-dominated institutions as new sources of accumulation, profit, and greed.”
  591. Hudema, Mike: An Action a Day
    Keeps Global Capitalism Away

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2004
  592. Hudis, Peter: Accumulation, Imperialism, and Pre-Capitalist Formations
    Luxemburg and Marx on the non-Western World

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
  593. Hudis, Peter: Marx's Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism 
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2013
    In contrast to the traditional view that Marx's work is restricted to a critique of capitalism – and that he consciously avoided any detailed conception of its alternative – this work shows that Marx was committed to a specific concept of a post-capitalist society which informed the whole of his approach to political economy.
  594. Hudson, Mark: Education for Change: Henry Giroux and Transformative Critical Pedagogy
    Against The Current vol. 83

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    These are difficult times for teachers in U.S. public schools. The increasing size of schools, chronic underfunding of schools serving working-class students (especially students of color), work overload, school violence, professional isolation and the deskilling and devaluing of teachers' work have led to rising rates of teacher burnout in recent decades. The average career trajectory of a teacher in the United States is about five years.
  595. Hudson, Mark: The Pittsburgh Reds, 1911-1914: Revolutionary Socialists in Allegheny County
    Against The Current vol. 81

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1999
    The Socialist Party of America reached the peak of its strength and influence in 1912. In that year, the party could claim 118,000 members, and 879,000 American voters (about 6% of the total) cast their votes for Socialist presidential candidate Eugene Debs. There were some 1,200 Socialist elected officials throughout the United States in 1912, and over 300 Socialist periodicals.
  596. Hudson, Michael: America’s Deceptive 2012 Fiscal Cliff
    How Today’s Fiscal Austerity is Reminiscent of World War I’s Economic Misunderstandings

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    An exploration of how today’s fiscal austerity is reminiscent of World War I’s economic misconceptions.
  597. Hudson, Michael: Bubbles Always Burst: the Education of an Economist 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Spouting ostensible free market ideology, the pro-creditor mainstream rejects what the classical economic reformers actually wrote. One is left to choose between central planning by a public bureaucracy, or even more centralized planning by Wall Street’s financial bureaucracy. The middle ground of a mixed public/private economy has been all but forgotten, denounced as "socialism." Yet every successful economy in history has been a mixed economy.
  598. Hudson, Michael: Europe's New Road to Serfdom
    Trichet Threatens Greece with Iron Heel

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    The conditios for Greece's new loan package is that Greece must initiate a class war by raising its taxes, lowering its social spending – and even private-sector pensions – and sell off public land, tourist sites, islands, ports, water and sewer facilities. This will raise the cost of living and doing business, eroding the nation’s already limited export competitiveness. The bankers sanctimoniously depict this as a “rescue” of Greek finances.
  599. Hudson, Michael: Killing the Host 
    How Financial Parasites and Debt Bondage Destroy the Global Economy

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    In Killing the Host, economist Michael Hudson exposes how finance, insurance, and real estate (the FIRE sector) have seized control of the global economy at the expense of industrial capitalism and governments.
  600. Hudson, Michael: The New Cold War Policy Has Backfired
    How the US Created Its Own Worst Nightmare

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The world’s geopolitics, major trade patterns and military alliances have changed radically in the past month. Russia has re-oriented its gas and oil trade, and also its trade in military technology, away from Europe toward Eurasia. The result is the opposite of America’s hope for the past half-century of dividing and conquering Eurasia: setting Russia against China, isolating Iran, and preventing India, the Near East and other Asian countries from joining together to create an alternative to the U.S. dollar area.
  601. Hudson, Michael: The New Global Financial Cold War
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Interview with Dr. Michael Hudson, a financial economist and historian.
  602. Hudson, Michael: Parasites in the Body Economic: the Disasters of Neoliberalism 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Michael Hudson discusses his new book, "Killing the Host: How Financial Parasites and Debt Bondage Destroy the Global Economy."
  603. Hudson, Michael: The People v. the Bankers
    Greece Today, US Tomorrow

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    The Greek "bailout" is actually a bailout of the international banks.
  604. Hudson, Michael: The Silence of the Left: Brexit, Euro-Austerity and the T-TIP
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The media in the United States have treated the British vote against remaining in the European Union (EU) as if it is populist “Trumpism,” an inarticulate right-wing vote out of ignorance at being left behind by the neoliberal economic growth policy. What is left out of this picture is that there is a sound logic to oppose membership in the EU.
  605. Hudson, Michael: A Travesty of Financial History: Bank Lobbyists will Applaud
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Debt mounts up faster than the means to pay. Yet there is widespread lack of awareness regarding what this debt dynamic implies. From Mesopotamia in the third millennium BC to the modern world, the way in which society has dealt with the buildup of debt has been the main force transforming political relations.
  606. Hudson, Michael: We Can't Save the Economy Unless We Fix Our Debt Addiction
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Our economy has increasingly been financialized, and the result is a sluggish economy and stagnant wages. We need to decide whether to stop the cycle and save the economy at large, or to stay in thrall to our banks and bondholders by leaving the debt hangover from 2008 intact. Without a debt writedown the economy will continue to languish in debt deflation, and continue to polarize between creditors and debtors.
  607. Hudson, Michael: A World at Financial War
    Will Greece Let EU Central Bankers Destroy Democracy?

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    The crisis for Greece – as for Iceland, Ireland and debt-plagued economies capped by the United States – is occurring as bank lobbyists demand that “taxpayers” pay for the bailouts of bad speculations and government debts stemming largely from tax cuts for the rich and for real estate, shifting the fiscal burden as well as the debt burden onto labor and industry. The financial sector’s growing power to achieve this tax favoritism is crippling economies, driving them further into reliance on yet more debt financing to remain solvent.
  608. Hudson, Michael W.: The Borrower and the Billionaire
    A Foreclosure Story

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    In this excerpt adapted from The Monster, Michael W. Hudson writes about the nation’s largest subprime lending empire through the fortunes of its owner and one of its customers.
  609. Hudson, Michael W.: The Monster 
    How a Gang of Predatory Lenders and Wall Street Bankers Fleeced America -- and Spawned a Global Crisis

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2010
    Hudson explains the rise and fall of the subprime mortgage business by chronicling the rise and fall of two corporate empires: Ameriquest and Lehman Brothers, who did more than any other institutions to create the feeding frenzy that flooded the U.S. with high-risk, high-profit home mortgage loans.
  610. Hudson, Michael; Black, Bill: Wall Street and the Greek Financial Crisis
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Michael Hudson and Bill Black zero in on some of the key elements of the crisis. They point out that it is not really 'Greece', let alone the Greek people, who have contracted this debt and who have been bailed out until now.
  611. Hudson, Michael; Hedges, Chris: The Great Ponzi Scheme of the Global Economy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Chris Hedges has a discussion with the economist Michael Hudson (author of Killing the Host: How Financial Parasites and Debt Destroy the Global Economy) on a great Ponzi scheme that not only defines not only the U.S. but the global economy, how we got there and where we’re going.
  612. Hudson, Michael; Hedges, Chris: The Lies of Neoliberal Economics (or How America Became a Nation of Sharecroppers)
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Michael Hudson and Chris Hedges talk about how America become a nation of 'sharecroppers'.
  613. Hudson, Michael; Peries, Sharmini: Euro Banks vs. Greek Labor
    Varoufakis is Proposing Austerity on the Banking Class

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Interview with Michael Hudson, professor of economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City about the current economic situation of Greece.
  614. Hudson, Michael; Ritchie, Justin: Junk Economics and the Parasites of Global Finance
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Justin Ritchie intervieww Michael Hudson about economics and global finance.
  615. Hudson, Peter: Under An African Sky
    A Journey to Africa's Climate Frontline

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2014
    Author has been spending time in southern Mauritania for 20 years. This book is travel writing and commentary on how geo-politics and economics can affect individual lives.
  616. Hudsun, Michael: J is for Junk Economics: A Guide to Reality in an Age of Deception
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2017
    Michael Hudson's new book covers contemporary terms that are misleading or poorly understood as well as many important concepts that have been abandoned -- many on purpose -- from the long history of political economy.
  617. Huebner, Al: The Global Battle Against Noise Pollution 
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2008
    Studies done in several European countries have demonstrated that noise can be a major killer. Awake or even asleep your brain and body react to sounds that increase the levels of stress hormones.
  618. Huff, Darrell: How to Lie With Statistics
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1954
    Illustrates how statistics are misused and misunderstood.
  619. Huggett, Howard: Memories of the Depression
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1979
    Daily life experiences during the Great Depression.
  620. Huggett, Howard: Now is the Time to Prepare for Retirement
    Resource Type: Article
    You prepare for retirement in the way you lead your life long before retirement.
  621. Huggett, Howard: Unity brings strength
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1989
    The NDP puts too much emphasis on electioneering and not enough on economic action.
  622. Huggett, Howard + Diemer, Ulli: Howard Huggett Interview May 24, 1989
    Resource Type: Audio
    First Published: 1989
    An interview with Canadian socialist Howard Huggett. An audio recording of this interview is in the Connexions Library & Archive.
  623. Hughes, Davis R. and Kallen, Evelyn: The Anatomy of Racism
    Canadian Dimensions

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1974
    Militant Native protests, racist responses to third world immigration, relations between French and English are discussed in the context of racial scapegoating in a time of economic recession, and the prevalence of prejudice and discrimination in Canada.
  624. Hughes, Donna M.; Mladjenovic, Lepa; Mrsevic, Zorica: Feminist Resistance in Serbia
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1995
    Describes the conditions and factors influencing women’s lives in Serbia in 1995, and the ways women have organised to resist violence and assist one another.
  625. Hughes, F.P.: What about the Greens?
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1989
  626. Hughes, Lotte: The No-Nonsense Guide to Indigenous Peoples 
    Resource Type: Book
  627. Hughes, Nym; Johnson, Yvonne; Perrault, Yvette: Stepping Out of Line
    A Workbook on Lesbianism and Feminism

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1984
  628. Hughes, Robert: Culture of Complaint
    The Fraying of America

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1993
    Propaganda-talk, euphemism, and evasion are so much a part of American usage today that they cross all party lines and ideological divides. The art of not answering the question, of cloaking unpleasant realities in abstraction or sugar, is so perfectly endemic that we expect nothing else.
  629. Hughes, Sakina M.: The Unruly Revolution
    Against The Current vol. 123

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    Gary Nash's The Unknown American Revolution fully discloses its aims to propagate both historical and social lessons. Nash retells the story of the American Revolution, complicating and radicalizing its core narrative as "a people's revolution, an upheaval among the most heterogeneous people to be found anywhere along the Atlantic littoral in the eighteenth century."
  630. Hui, Wang: The End of the Revolution 
    China and the Limits of Modernity

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2009
    Wang Hui is a leading member of China's "New Left". He challenges both the bureaucratic one-party regime and the Western neoliberal paradigm. He calls for alternatives to both China's capitalist transformation and its repressive and authoritarian past.
  631. Hull, Jeremy: Natives in a class society
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1983
    Same as CX2835.
  632. Hulsberg, Werner: The German Greens
    A Social and Political Profile

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1988
    How the German Greens evolved from a grass roots movement to a political party.
  633. Hultgren, John: The Working Class, Reconsidered
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The central narrative of post-election analysis asserts that Trump won the election by riding a wave of white working class resentment; a wave that he'd activated and steered in dangerous directions. The narrative is partly right, but it needs to be subject to critical analysis, specifically regarding how we think about "the working class" and the role that "it" played in this election.
  634. Human Rights Defenders: Disturbing the Peace
    The Use of Criminal Law to Limit the Actions of Human Rights Defenders in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2015
    The first part of this report briefly reviews the criteria for recognizing the status
    of human rights defenders, the development of the legal status of human rights
    defenders and the legal tool formulated to protect them and allow them to
    protect and promote these rights internationally. The second part of the report
    focuses on the common practice of using criminal law to harm defenders, and
    examines how human rights defenders in Israel are criminalized. The report
    provides examples of cases that have taken place in Israel and in the Occupied
    Palestinian Territories (OPT) in recent years, in which the authorities used criminal
    law against defenders in an effort to restrict their freedom and limit their ability
    to take action.
  635. Human Rights Watch: Ethiopia's 'slow genocide' in the Omo Valley
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    A 'slow genocide' is unfolding in Ethiopia - one driven by greed rather than hatred.
  636. Human Rights Watch: Istanbul's LGBT pride march violently disbanded by police
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    As Americans celebrate a momentous step forward for the LGBT movement, Turkish gay pride marchers were met with rubber bullets and water cannons from the police. While uncharacteristic of the police force, these violent acts are, unfortunately, in line with the general atmosphere in Turkey. There is an ever-growing epidemic of violent homophobia and transphobia in the country.
  637. Humana, Charles: World Human Rights Guide, Third Edition
    A Comprehensive, Up-to-date Survey of the Human Rights Records of 104 Major Countries

    Resource Type: Book
    Published: 1992
  638. Humbert, Agnes; Mellor, Barbara; Blanc, Julien: Resistance
    One Woman's Defiance in Occupied France

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2008   Published: 2009
    The memoiir of a French resistance fighter and museum worker who chronicles the undergroud network of resistance in Paris during the occupation. She then chronicles her imprisonment and the slave labour she endured in Germany. The final section of her memoir recounts her release by the Americans and the time she spent helping them hunt Nazis after the war.
  639. Hume, David: An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1772
  640. Hume, Joan: Disability and History
    Resource Type: Unclassified
    First Published: 2010
    Joan Hume became active in disability organisations in the late 1970s and in the burgeoning disability rights movement, edited and wrote for the magazine Quad Wrangle for several years.
  641. Hume, Mark: The Run of the River
    Portraits of Eleven British Columbia Rivers

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1992
    Mark Hume celebrates eleven B.C. rivers, but also raises questions about the cost of development and the cost of wilderness. Is it possible to have industry -- forestry, smelting, fishing, and even tourism -- and still maintain the rivers and wildlife that support them?
  642. Hummel, Monte: Protecting Canada's Endangered Spaces
    An Owner's Manual

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1995
    Conservationist Hummel explains what needs to be done by whom and when to protect wilderness in Canada.
  643. Hummel, Monte; Pettigrew, Sherry: Wild Hunters
    Predators in Peril

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
    A passionate argument for the preservation of Canadian wildlife. Animals such as bears and wolves are in dire need of protection from the encroachments of civilisation.
  644. Hummels, David: The Will of the People Doesn’t Mean Jack Shit to the Drug Warriors
    Gangsters With Federal Pensions

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    The DEA vs. voter-approved marijuana legalization in Washington and Colorado.
  645. Hungerford, David: Brexit: It's Not About the EU, It's About the EZ
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    "Politics is the concentrated essence of economic forces in motion."
    Forget the politics of the June 23 Brexit referendum for a minute. Let's take a look at the money.
  646. Hunnius, F. C.: Student Revolts
    The New Left in West Germany

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1968
    This article deals with Parliamentarianism, political parties, and the SDS in Germany from 1967 to 1968.
  647. Hunnius, Gerry; Garson, G. David: Workers' Control
    A Reader on Labor and Social Change

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1973
    Beginning with a push twoard woerkers' management of the shop and ultimately moving toward control over what is produced, how it is produced and for whom it is produced, workers' control is one of the essential building blocks of a program for social change that would unite the Left and a revitalized labour movement.
  648. Hunt, Lynn: Inventing Human Rights: A History
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2004
    A history of human rights, from the initial conceptualization that 'all men are created equal' to current ramifications.
  649. Hunt, Richard: The Political Ideas of Marx and Engels
    Resource Type: Book
  650. Hunter, Kim: Lessons of Life and Death from Henry Spira: By Any Compromise Necessary?
    Against The Current vol. 85

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2000
    A friend of Henry Spira once asked him why he left teaching in New York City, where he was successful and loved by the students, to go into the animal rights struggle. Spira said that humans were more able than animals to help themselves because humans have “freedom in this country” and minds to think for themselves. This statement came not from a naive liberal dilettante do-gooder, but from a man with years of radical activism to his credit, including work with the Longshoremen and the Socialist Workers Party.
  651. Hunter, Kim D.: Cutural Warriors of the Freedom Struggle: Miriam Makeba and Odetta
    Against The Current vol. 138

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2009
    It felt like the end of an era to realize that South Africa’s Miriam Makeba and our own Odetta died within weeks of one another, having been born only months apart, these twin pillars of the struggle for justice on opposite sides of the Atlantic.
  652. Hunter, Kim D.: Damu Smith: A Life of Giving
    Against The Current vol. 123

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2006
    I was attending an event to honor the scholar and Detroit activist Charles Simmons, who is recovering from cancer, when Maureen Taylor, another activist, told Simmons he should begin to pay as much attention to his own well being as he did that of others. She said when the plane in flight loses cabin pressure, you're instructed to first put the oxygen mask over your own face before you help anyone else.
  653. Hunter, Kim D.: Lena Horne & Her Times
    Against The Current vol. 147

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
    If there were any doubt that the blues could be elegant, Lena Mary Calhoun Horne Hayton (as she signed her name) dispelled it. At age 26, she sang the title song to the film “Stormy Weather” and her sultry, silky voice branded the tune as hers forever.
  654. Hunter, Kim D.: Sacred Roots of A People's Music
    Against The Current vol. 146

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    The goal of Timothy Brennan’s Secular Devotion is an ambitious one, to create an historical map of African culture’s influence on the social politics of the Americas in general and the United States in particular.
  655. Hunter, Kim; Feeley, Dianne: Occupy and Detroit's Crisis
    Against The Current vol. 156

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    What's the new center of gravity on the political landscape? Dan La Botz has provocatively remarked that Occupy Oakland’s November 2 shutdown of the Port of Oakland — one of the largest recent labor actions — was initiated from outside union structures. Earlier, in New York City, on the morning Mayor Bloomberg dispatched police to expel Occupiers from Liberty Park, 5,000 people — many city workers, transit workers and teachers — turned out, forcing him to back off.
  656. Hunter, Qaanitah; Ellis, Estelle: Working To Honour Nelson Mandela's Legacy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    As the world mourns the passing of South Africa's first democratically elected president, Nelson Mandela, his close friend and political stalwart Tokoyo Sexwale says much needs to be done to honour his legacy.
  657. Hunziker, Robert: Americas Radical, Underground Climate Change Countermovement
    Smoking Out the Kochs

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    The year is 2050; rising seas have inundated Miami, America’s most recent ghost city since Detroit. A deadly heat wave scorches Chicago, killing thousands of elderly, and a mega-drought has farmers in the Southwest on their knees, praying for relief, as a dreadful dustbowl blankets the fields. America goes hungry.
  658. Hunziker, Robert: Arctic Death Rattle
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The warming of the Arctic negatively affects the entire Northern Hemisphere by altering jet streams at 30,000-40,000 feet altitude, which turns normal weather patterns upside down, wreaking havoc throughout the hemisphere. Even more significantly, loss of Arctic ice exposes the planet to risks of a crushing blow to the planetary ecosystem, without warning.
  659. Hunziker, Robert: The Arctic Turns Ugly
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Runaway global warming is far and away humankind's biggest nightmare, and the Arctic is the likely perpetrator. If it happens, it'll blister agricultural foodstuff before it can reach the outstretched arms of the multitudes.
  660. Huot, John: Autonomist Marxism and Workplace Organizing in Canada in the 1970s
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Accordin to John Huot, Autonomist Marxism, from its headwaters in the early 1960s workers’ struggles and Marxist circles in Italy to multiple, diverse social movement/Marxist/feminist spaces in many countries, has developed into a significant current in the global anti-capitalist, anti-oppression project for social transformation. Huot examines this current in the context of the 1970s "New Tendency" in Canada.
  661. Huré, Maxime: Free public transport: from social experiement to political alternative? - Book Review
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2013
    A book review of M. Giovannangeli and J. L. Sagot-Duvauroux's "Voyageurs sans ticket. Liberté, égalité, gratuité : une expérience sociale à Aubagne".
  662. Hurl, Chris; Walby, Kevin: We are the Student Movement?
    Remembering the Rise and Fall of the Canadian Union of Students 1965-1969

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2010
  663. Hurley, Michael; Gindin, Sam: Work Overload: Time for a Union Strategy
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Talk to workers in any sector, in any workplace and sooner or later they’ll get to their frustrations with their ever-increasing workloads: ‘I’m struggling’, they’ll lament to fellow workers or anyone ready to listen, ‘to just do the job, never mind do it well’. And yet even though few work-related issues seem to generate more passion, the relentless intensification of every-day work life rarely surfaces as a union priority. Why?
  664. Hurndall, Tom: The Only House Left Standing
    The Middle East Journals of Tom Hurndall

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2009
    A journey through the life and thoughts of the late Tom Hurndall, a British photojournalist fatally wounded in Gaza in April 2003.
  665. Hurst, Adrienne: Why the Newberry Library Is Collecting Black Lives Matter Artifacts
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Archivists hope to crowdsource historical documentation of today's civil-rights movements.
  666. Hurtig, Mel: At Twilight in the Country
    Memoirs of a Canadian Nationalist

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1996
  667. Hurtig, Mel: A New and Better Canada
    Principles and Policies of a New Canadian Political Party

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1992   Published: 1993
    Hurtig calls for a new political party committed to sweeping political reform and plans to put Canadians back to work.
  668. Hurwitz, Julie: The PATRIOT Act: Darkness With No Sunset
    Against The Current vol. 117

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2005
    A report by Amnesty International released May 13, 2005 concluded that the treatment of detainees being held around the world, including Guantanamo, in the United States' "war on terror," as glaring and systematic violations of human rights, describing the conditions at the Guantanamo Detention Center as "the gulag of our times, entrenching the notion that people can be detained without any recourse to the law." ("Guantanamo and Beyond: The Continuing Pursuit of Unchecked Executive Power," Amnesty International, 5/13/05)
  669. Hurwitz, Julie: Ten Years Later: We're Less Free
    Against The Current vol. 154

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2011
    The abuse of government/police power in this country is not a new or recent phenomenon — as evidenced by the government’s court-sanctioned internment of thousands of Japanese Americans during WWII, the red scare of the 1940s-1950s to repress the labor movement and other progressive causes, the use of grand juries and COINTELPRO during the ’60s to repress the civil rights and anti-war movements.
  670. Hussain, Murtaza: After Nice, Don't Give ISIS What It's Asking For
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    Not much is yet known about Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the 31-year-old man French police say is responsible for a horrific act of mass murder last night in the southern city of Nice. In the wake of the killings, French President Francois Hollande has denounced the attack as "Islamist terrorism" linked to the militant group the Islamic State. Supporters of ISIS online have echoed these statements, claiming responsibility for the attack as another blow against its enemies in Western Europe. While the motive for the attack is still under investigation, it is worth examining why the Islamic State is so eager to claim such incidents as its own.
  671. Hussain, Murtaza: Florida Man, Accused of Terrorism Based on Book Collection, Set Free
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    Robertson had been incarcerated since 2011 on charges of tax fraud and illegal gun possession. After his arrest and subsequent conviction, prosecutors sought to add a 'terrorism enhancement' to his sentence.
  672. Hussain, Murtaza: Former Drone Operators Say They Were "Horrified" By Cruelty of Assassination Program
    Resource Type: Unclassified
    First Published: 2015
    U.S. drone operators are inflicting heavy civilian casualties and have developed an institutional culture callous to the death of children and other innocents, four former operators said at a press briefing in New York.
  673. Hussain, Murtaza: Growing International Movement Seeks to Place Arms Embargo on Saudi Arabia
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    A lawsuit filed in Canada in March 2016 is seeking to halt a major $15 billion sale of light-armoured vehicles to the government of Saudi Arabia, part of a growing international movement to stop arms sales to the Saudi government over its alleged war crimes in Yemen.
    The suit, filed by University of Montreal constitutional law professor Daniel Turp, argues the vehicle sales to Saudi Arabia violate a number of Canadian laws.
  674. Hussain, Murtaza: How the UAE Tried to Silence a Popular Arab Spring Activist
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    Earlier this year (2014), as a wave of counterrevolution and repression continued to roll back popular democratic uprisings across the Middle East, one of the Arab Spring’s most popular online activists found himself sitting in a jail cell.
  675. Hussain, Murtaza: Islamic State's Goal: "Eliminating the Grayzone" of Coexistence Between Muslims and the West
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    In a statement published in its online magazine, Dabiq, this February, the militant group the Islamic State warned that "Muslims in the West will soon find themselves between one of two choices." Weeks earlier, a massacre had occurred at the Paris offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The attack stunned French society, while bringing to the surface already latent tensions between French Muslims and their fellow citizens.
  676. Hussain, Murtaza: Spanish Peacekeeper Is the Latest Example of Israel Killing United Nations Personnel
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    On January 28th a barrage of Israeli artillery fire struck near the South Lebanese village of Ghajar, killing United Nations peacekeeper Francisco Javier Soria. Soria, 36, was a Spanish citizen deployed with the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, a peacekeeping mission tasked with maintaining the ceasefire between Israel and Lebanon in the occupied Golan Heights.
  677. Hussain, Murtaza; Currier, Cora: U.S. Military Operations Are Biggest Motivation for Homegrown Terrorists, FBI Study Finds
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    A secret FBI study found that anger over U.S. military operations abroad was the most commonly cited motivation for individuals involved in cases of "homegrown" terrorism. The report also identified no coherent pattern to "radicalization," concluding that it remained near impossible to predict future violent acts.
  678. Husseini, Sam: The Indefinite Detention of the Progressive Voter
    The Politics of Continual Servitude

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2012
    Earlier this year President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act into law. It allows for the indefinite detention without trial for any U.S. citizen deemed to be a terrorist or an accessory to terrorism.
  679. Hussey, Andrew: The Game of War
    The Life and Death of Guy Debord

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2001
  680. Hutchful, Eboe (ed.): The IMF and Ghana
    The Confidential Record

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1989
    This book offers a carefully organized selection of documents of a type which are rarely published for public scrutiny, including IMF and World Bank reports, minutes of debt rescheduling conferences, and a variety of the government's own memoranda and decisions. The author shows why the IMF set out to destroy Ghana's development plans and how the IMF-prescribed austerity programme of 1966 led to a stagnation from which the country has still not recovered.
  681. Hutchins, Loraine, Kaahumanu, Lani (ed.): Bi Any Other Name 
    Bisexual People Speak Out

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1991
    A collection of essays by 75 authors on bisexual identity.
  682. Hutchinson, Moira: Ethical Mutual Funds, Screening the Screens
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1991
    Ethical Mutual Funds are important to the growth of social programs and services in Canada.
  683. Hutchison, Ralph: What We Owe the Oak Ridge Three
    Memo to Judge: Really??

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    We’ve heard it from the bench in Oak Ridge city courtrooms and from state judges in Clinton, Tennessee. And on February 18 we heard it from a federal judge.
  684. Hutnyk, John: Bad Marxism
    Capitalism and Cultural Studies

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2004
    Cultural Studies commonly claims to be a radical discipline. This book thinks that's a bad assessment. After an introduction critiquing the so-called 'Marxism' of the academy, Hutnyk provides detailed critical analyses of the approaches and theorists of cultural studies.
  685. Hutt, James: On the Defeat of Megan Leslie & Peter Stoffer
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2015
    What happened on Monday is proof of how divorced from reality we are. Progressives, radicals, the Left, whatever you call the people who believe in and strive for deep social change - we are disconnected from the majority of people. We are insulated in our communities of like-minded activists, surrounded by people with similar beliefs and thoughts.
  686. Hutton, Bob: Hillbilly Elitism
    The American hillbilly isn't suffering from a deficient culture. He's just poor.

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    J.D. Vance's Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis is not aimed at that underclass (few books are), but rather a middle- and upper-class readership more than happy to learn that white American poverty has nothing to do with them or with any structural problems in American economy and society and everything to do with poor folks' inherent vices.
  687. Hutton, Will: The Writing on the Wall
    China and the West in the 21st Century

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2007
    The increasing global fear of the rise of China's economic power is misplaced and reflects the parallel rise of protectionist sentiment in a western world that has lost its moral authority to act as a legitimate international trade advocate.
  688. Huxley, Chris; Rinehart, James; Robertson, David: Just Another Car Factory?
    Lean Production and Its Discontents

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1997
  689. Hyde, Anthony: The Legacy of the New Left
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 1994
  690. Hylton, Forrest: Colombia Against All Odds
    Against The Current vol. 109

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2004
    Despite historic ties to the inmost nexus of cocaine trafficking and aramilitarism, Colombian President Alvaro Uribe Velez is Washington's leading exponent of the “war on drugs and terror” in the Western hemisphere.
  691. Hylton, John H.: Aboriginal Self-Government in Canada
    Current Trends and Issues

    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 1994
    Ideas for developing Aboriginal institutions to provide social programs including for indigenous people in cities.
  692. Hynes, Eric: Interview with director of "Like"
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2016
    The director of a documentary about Bangladeshi workers who get paid to "like" Facebook posts discusses the people and ideas behind her film.
  693. Hynes, H. Patricia: The Burn Pits: The Poisoning of America's Soldiers
    Book Review

    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2017
    A review of the book, "The Burn Pits: The Poisoning of America's Soldiers" by Joseph Hickman.
  694. Høgsbjerg, Christian: C. L. R. James in Imperial Britain
    Resource Type: Book
    First Published: 2014
    A chronicles of the life and work of the Trinidadian intellectual and writer C. L. R. James during his first extended stay in Britain, from 1932 to 1938. It reveals the radicalizing effect of this critical period on James's intellectual and political trajectory.
  695. Høgsbjerg, Christian: A "Trot of the milder persuasion": Raymond Challinor's Marxism
    Resource Type: Article
    First Published: 2014
    This essay aims to give a sense of Challinor's creativity as a Marxist historian and political activist. It suggests that The Origins of British Bolshevism perhaps reveals some of the limitations of Challinor's own slightly abstract and propagandist model of what "Bolshevism" represented. But it also signifies his distinctive and outstanding contribution.