- Stalin, Industrialization, WWII
- Return of the Bumbling Op
- Twitter, Feminists, (M)Anarchists… and the problem of open discussion [updated]
- This is why we can’t have nice stuff—Ashley Judd edition
- Generation Serf, part 1
- Digital Sweatshop: Web Content Editors
- Sweden Wants Your Trash
- I wonder what it will take for my city to rise
- (no title)
- Innovations to make future cities far more livable?
- BP Oil Spill: Yet More Ledes, Excerpts and Links – May 8 through May 22
- "Are air fresheners bad for the environment?" - Do you really need to ask?
- Labor 2.0 - The Digital Sweatshops, pt 1
- Wearing Badges is Not Enough...
- BP Oil Spill: Extensive Collection of Ledes, Excerpts and Links - April 30 through May 7
- Who is NotCanada.com?
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What I’m reading…
Another world is not only possible, she's on the way and, on a quiet day, if you listen very carefully you can hear her breathe.
~ Arundhati Roy
Since 1936 I have fought for wage increases. My father before me fought for wage increases. Now I have a TV, a fridge, a Volkswagen. Yet my whole life has been a drag. Don’t negotiate with the bosses. Abolish them.
~ message from the walls, Paris, May 1968
No, I am not a reasonable being, nor do I consider our scheme reasonable. Who the hell wants to be reasonable?
~ Emma Goldman
Be reasonable—demand the impossible.
What I’m on AboutRants and ruminations about radical social change, broadly conceived, with particular attention to globalization, corporate capitalism, popular culture, social history, and climate change...
Götterdämmerung capitalism, and the revolution in everyday life.
- The voices of Weinstein’s accusers have torn the fabric of patriarchy | Naomi Wolf
- Trump: 100 days that shook the world – and the activists fighting back
- Young women, give up the vocal fry and reclaim your strong female voice | Naomi Wolf
- Naomi Wolf: The fastest way to spread extremism is with the censor’s boot
- HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes – review
- What Should We Tell Our Daughters? by Melissa Benn – review
- Do we still need women-only spaces? | Naomi Wolf
- JSoc: Obama's secret assassins | Naomi Wolf
- Lovelace: a feminism-free 'feminist' critique of the pornography industry | Naomi Wolf
- Obama's second inaugural address: panel verdict