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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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Trade Unions: Wedded to the Enemy of Labor

The majority of American Trade Unions accept capitalism as a viable, and even desirable, system of production and distribution.  This would be perfectly logical if they were a union of business professionals or CEO’s or the local Chamber of Commerce.  These latter … 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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Power is the root of violence.

“If my kingdom were of “from, composed of the same character as the kingdom’s of” this world then my disciples would fight.”  – Jesus of Nazareth Today, mostly through a blog by my friend Joshua Lawson, I was reminded of … Continue reading

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