Tag Archives: Socialism

The Weakness of Nationalism

We live in a contradictory society in more ways than one.  The contradiction of the day which we will look at is that of nationalism.  What do I mean by nationalism?  The idea that for some metaphysical reason I have … Continue reading

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The Anarchy of Christianity

In the minds of most Christianity appears as a docile institution wedded to, in America at least, right-wing morality, patriotism, and capitalism.  For the traditional right-wing evangelical this is a thing to be proud of.  For those on the left-wing … Continue reading

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Anarcho-Syndicalism vs. Communism

Anarchists are convinced that it is futile to try to seize state power. In anarchistic thought the state is a tool of capitalism and cannot be revolutionary. It simply must be overthrown. The Communists are convinced that it is futile … 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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Solidarity Unionism

In January of 1905 a group of radical trade unionists, socialists, and anarchists convened in Chicago, IL to map out a new and revolutionary Union that could unite the many and discordant strands of the labor movement. After much debate … Continue reading

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An Alternative Unionism

Recently, the state of Michigan became the 24th right to work state. Governor Rick Snyder decided to sign into law a bill passed by the Republican controlled congress and house, despite the fact that he previously stated that “right to … Continue reading

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The Foundations of Babylon

  The Foundations of a Babylonish Society   Q. What do we mean by babylonish society? A. A dysfunctional society. A society that has forsaken God’s (or, nature’s) original design and order for humankind and replaced it with a broken, … Continue reading

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