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Karl Marx on Religion: The Opiate of the Masses?

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Paula Meyer Paula Meyer
5 days ago
"religion is the opium of the people"
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Nuclear war has become thinkable again – we need a reminder of what it means | Paul Mason

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Paula Meyer Paula Meyer
1 week ago
most of the world’s nuclear warheads are now in the hands of men who are prepared to use them
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Neofascism in the White House by John Bellamy Foster | Monthly Review

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Paula Meyer Paula Meyer
2 weeks ago
Trump received a plurality of votes among those with incomes between $50,000 and $200,000 a year, especially in the $50,000 to $99,999 range, and among those without college degrees.
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Labor and the Legacies of World War I | LAWCHA

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Paula Meyer Paula Meyer
3 weeks ago
"Om April 6, 1917, the US entered the imperialist industrialized slaughterhouse that was World War I--to make the world safe for capitalism and empire-- not for democracy (the Constitution does not follow the flag). In WWI, the AFL made the pact with US rulers to side with them, behind the notion that American workers would do better if the world's workers did worse, rather like their racist, sexist, founding policies. It was in this war that the AFL began to work with US spy agencies. Fast forward to now, the AFL-CIO and NEA work with the National Endowment for Democracy and Education International, on the same deadly project. Perhaps this is why RA delegates keep defeating motions to "discuss the wars," on the grounds that a discussion about the central issue of any nation might upset people. In April, 1917, Lenin took his trip, to Finland. Every world war was followed by a revolution." (Rich Gibson, 4/3/2017)
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Why Progressives Should Care About US Agricultural Policy

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Paula Meyer Paula Meyer
1 month ago
the US government can stop subsidizing corporate farms and instead return the land to small family farmers who work the land.
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