Monthly Archives: July 2012

Venezuela: The Bravado of Reactionaries and Crackpots

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by A. Shaw Lenin defines revolution as the passing of state power from one class to another. Revolutionaries often overlook the definition of revolution. Clearly, a proletarian revolution is the passing of state power from some other class to the … Continue reading

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The Venezuelan Bolivarian Revolution: The Next 6 Years

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By Tamara Pearson Planning the detail of the transition and revolution towards a socialist and more just society, from community and worker organization, to consciousness building, to production and distribution systems, to combating state and judicial corruption and bureaucracy, to … Continue reading

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Velupillai Pirabakaran: How I became a Freedom Fighter!

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In this 1994 interview given to ‘Velicham’, a Tamil language literary magazine published in Jaffna, the leader of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, Velupillai Pirabakaran, reflected on the events and circumstances during his early life that inspired him to … Continue reading

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“Build it Now”: 21st Century Socialism Interview with Michael Lebowitz

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Michael Lebowitz’s Build it Now: Socialism for the Twenty-First Century is not just another book about the specificities of the Bolivarian Revolution. Like the Communist Manifesto, its purpose is to identify the participants in the ongoing class struggle – the … Continue reading

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