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WAR: Murder Incorporated/America’s Favorite Pastime

MURDER INCORPORATED Book Two: America’s Favorite Pastime (Spoiler alert — It’s WAR!) “empire\genocide\manifest destiny” by Mumia Abu-Jamal and Stephen Vittoria, foreword by S. Brian Willson, Afterword by David Swanson; Prison Radio, POB 411074 San Francisco CA, 2019, $20 ISBN: 978-0-9989600-6-7 Reviewed by Michael Novick, Anti-Racist Action-LA This second volume of a distinctly non-academic 3-book history…

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WAR on NATURE: Climate Catastrophe?

photo credit: (c) 2019 Peg Hunter Sunrise Movement demo, San Francisco Greenhouse Gas Concentrations in Atmosphere Are Accelerating by Richard Hunziker [excerpts from Counterpunch: /2019/05/21/custers-last-stand-meets-global-warming/ A recent article in Arctic News on the outlook for global warming foresees a frightening scenario lurking right around the corner. Hopefully, the article’s premise of impending runaway global warming…

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Why Socialism

“Why Socialism?” by Albert Einstein, May 1949 condensed from the first issue of the socialist journal Monthly Review. According to Einstein, the profit motive of a capitalist society, in conjunction with competition among capitalists, leads to unnecessary cycles of booms and depressions, and ultimately encourages selfishness instead of cooperation. In addition, the educational system of…