Columnists
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Duncan Cameron | The work of economic thinker and political activist Karl Marx, born 200 years ago on May 5, 1818, continues to inspire contemporary seekers of justice for working people.
Columnists
A mural of Hugo Chávez in Mérida city. Image: Wikimedia Commons/David Hernández​
Rick Salutin | What now for Chavez’s children? Events in Venezuela are the latest points of light for young, left-wing idealists to fade.
Columnists
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Rick Salutin | Motion M-103, the mild declaration (nothing more, no legal force at all) of concern for the rights and especially safety of Muslims in Canada, is the PC controversy writ small.
Blog
Dawn in the Anthropocene
Roger Annis | Capitalism has run so amok, producing so much waste and life-destroying pollution, that scientists now say that Earth has entered an entirely new epoch: the Anthropocene.
Blog
David Bush | What is a petition and what is its role in organizing for people aiming to make radical political and economic change?
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Eminent journalist Luis Hernandez Navarro was in Toronto this week to speak about the crisis in Mexico after the deaths and kidnappings of student teachers last fall.
Podcast
Charlene Sayo, Andrew Sayo, Eirene Cloma | Public intellectual, feminist and award-winning writer, Ninotchka Rosca, discusses why mediocrity has no place in social transformation movements and more!
Blog
Meghan Murphy | Why should we put our 'feelings' aside when looking at the issue of prostitution?
News
James Clark | The theme of this year's Marxism conference, "revolution in our time," refers to the reality of revolution happening in the world today, even if it’s not (yet) happening here.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | How can we build a united movement that respects difference and autonomy, and also advances common struggles against oppression and exploitation?
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | Despite the improvements that modernity has advanced, Professor Neil Smith understood that "the status quo is not much to quo about," that is, we remain in a world riven with suffocating inequalities.
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | The brilliant Eric Hobsbawm died at the age of 95 on October 1, 2012. Many progressives and conservatives acknowledged that his books constituted the best introduction to modern history.