Archives: Popular Struggles
The Left group in the European Parliament
Mick Wallace speaking at the European Parliament.
One Plus One
Two travelling retrospectives have brought Alice Neel to audiences across the US and Europe.
Walter Benjamin’s legacy
From his relationship with his peers, the other members of the Frankfurt School, a fascinating discussion of one of Western Marxism’s most important philosophers.
Working Class History Map
History isn’t made by kings and politicians, it is made by us: billions of ordinary people.
Special Commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the Nakba
The Nakba is a tragic historical moment in 1948 when a significant number of Palestinians were displaced.
Economists Hate Rent Control. Here’s Why They’re Wrong.
Half of Americans, namely homeowners, already have rent control. It’s time to expand it to everyone.
Why scientists are using the word scary over the climate crisis
Former BBC environment analyst Roger Harrabin has spent his career talking to scientists – now they’re scared of what they’re seeing.
What is the source of Therme’s financing?
Examining how the company behind Toronot’s Ontario Place mega-spa makes money.
Students occupy schools and universities across Europe in climate protest
Twenty-two institutions have been shut down as part of proposed month-long campaign.
Austria: What’s behind the historic Communist surge in Salzburg?
The Communist Party of Austria (KPÖ) stunned many with its historic vote in the generally conservative Austrian state of Salzburg.
David Harvey on capital, theory, and becoming a Marxist
For fifty years David Harvey has written and lectured on Capital, becoming one of the world’s foremost Marx scholars.
This is a class struggle, not a housing crisis
What if there is no housing crisis, but a housing market working exactly as designed?