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The Momentum of the People Stifled by the Political Hampster Wheel (Direct Action is the Miracle)

Last year in Madison thousands upon thousand of working class citizens of Wisconsin invaded the capitol to convey their disgust with, and opposition to, Scott Walkers bill banning the collective bargaining rights of public workers.  It takes no genius to realize that … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Jr.: The Evolution of a Social Vision

Today America celebrates “Martin Luther King Jr.” day.  In my opinion his social vision is one not only one to be celebrated, but to be experimented with and practiced.  Indeed, I do believe Martin Luther King Jr. should be honored.  … Continue reading

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Bread and Roses: Better Wages and a Better World

  January stands as a prominent month in labor history.  This January, 2013, marks the 108th anniversary of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), as well as the 101st anniversary of the “Bread and Roses Strike” at the textile … Continue reading

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