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Derrick O'Keefe | This series of articles includes firsthand accounts of the incredible street protests in Montreal and reflections on the student strike within the context of Quebec revolutionary history.
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Kathleen Yamazaki | Night Town by Cathi Bond is a coming-of-age story of a young woman, and a shifting nation, growing up in the rapidly changing social fabric of 1970s Toronto and searching for acceptance and progress.
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Robert Jensen | The following is adapted from the new book Arguing for Our Lives: A User's Guide to Constructive Dialogue from City Lights Books.
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Mike Elk | Dave Zirin's new book, Game Over: How Politics Has Turned the Sports World Upside Down, explores the intersection of sports and politics over the past three years.
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Judy Rebick, Velcrow Ripper | Compassionate action is positive, kind, fierce and transformative. It comes from the heart, not just the head.
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Dominic Alexander | Only system change on the large scale can free people from the Caspian to the Atlantic, and further on, from the power represented by the oil road.
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Ian Angus | Despite a lack of evidence, Eddy Yuen not only argues that getting out the truth about environmental crises causes apathy, but insists that it "disables the left but benefits the right and capital."
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Liam Barrington-Bush | If you believe in transparency, equality and democracy, how can you organize in ways that manifest these beliefs? The worlds of social movements and social media are offering some strong hints.
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Jordy Cummings | Richard Seymour's 'Unhitched,' a slim and scathing denunciation of turncoat scoundrel Christopher Hitchens, is a thoroughly satisfying and politically important book.
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Jacqueline Mulhallen | An informative, comprehensive, concise yet clear and accessible historical account of the major wars of the 20th and 21st centuries and the roles women played.
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Deepa Kumar | In this excerpt, Deepa Kumar looks at the uses of Islamophobia by a U.S. government that pushes war abroad and repression at home.
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Claudio D'Andrea | Following his blockbuster memoir A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius and two well-received works of short fiction, the scope of Eggers' work has widened to embrace the world.