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Communism: An Anthology of 20th Century Revolutionary Thought Nikolai Brown
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Communism. It is often thrown around rhetorically, barely touched upon in the mainstream, and disabused by much of the nominal left. Its history is one of the most misunderstood, and its theoretical and practical leaders the most mis-characterized. In an era in which social convention is unraveling at the seams, when conflict is reemerging as a central force propelling history forward, and the contradictions of capitalism are increasingly laid bare, we must discover what the established order works so hard at to obscure and discredit.
Distributism Basics: An Explanation David W. Cooney
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Distributism does not advocate government "redistribution" of wealth, which many assume based on the name alone. The name refers to the idea that justice and power in both the economic and political realms should be distributed throughout society. Distributism, also known as Distributivism, has been around as a named and distinct system for over 100 years, but remains relatively unknown because it is ignored by professional and academic economists. The basic premise is that people in society as a whole are better off if the means of production are privately owned by a lot of people rather than having the majority of that ownership in the hands of a small percentage of society. Locally ...
SISTEMA LABORAL ALAMIUNTIANO Jose Miguel De La Cruz
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Thanks, You Shouldn't Have! Memoirs of a Pencil Pusher Rick Schmoyer
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How does it feel to know your career has been a waste? If you’re concerned about waste in government, then read this book! At the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, statistician Rick Schmoyer is an ordinary Joe Schmo. Amidst government bureaucracy, bloat, and waste, he makes a living, but not a difference, and although he gets an occasional boost in such unlikely trappings as the Paperwork Reduction Act, his career teeters on the brink of failure. Outside work Rick finds recurrent salvation in bicycling Tennessee back roads and canoeing TVA lakes, but even in the roads and lakes, he sees bureaucracy and waste. At work, when his boss directs him to work at least forty-five hours per we ...
The Rightwing Plot to Destroy the Post Office: Why Americans Must Unite to Stop the Privatization of the US Postal Service Lawrence Swaim
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The Post Office and the people that work in it, as well as the Americans who depend on its services, are currently targets of a colossal political scam unprecedented in American history. Congressional Republicans, backed by their billionaire donors, are covertly diverting money from the Post Office in order to drive it into bankruptcy, so they can privatize it. Yet the US Postal Service receives no money from the government or from taxpayers, having been self-supporting since 1970, depending solely on products and services it provides! Privatization would mean starvation wages, no collective bargaining, mass closings of stations, and an end to home delivery of mail. We must unite ...
The Road yet Travelled and other texts Jim Davis
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A manifesto of council communism and other texts
The Weapon of Theory: A Maoist (Third Worldist) Reader Nick Brown
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From the Introduction: “In its simplest terms, Third Worldism is a trend within Marxism which upholds that class analysis is as crucial as ever to the communist movement today. Third Worldists believe that without a clear understanding of who our real enemies and friends are, without uncovering the concrete relations to the forces of production that people really hold, then the communist movement in the First World will continue to stagnate. Namely, we believe that the vast majority of the world’s people — the masses of workers in the Third World along with a minority of people in the First World — are exploited and/or ground down by capitalism and imperialism to the point of being un ...