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Rouge Forum Dispatch: No More Water, the Fire Next Time

Saturday, August 30th, 2014

We Say Fight Back! Rouge Forum Co-founder Wayne Ross PodCast on Canada’s Teacher Strike (CBC)    http://www.cbc.ca/earlyedition/podcast/2014/08/29/wayne-ross-on-teachers-dispute/ Argentina–General Strike  Labour groups opposed to Argentine President Cristina Fernandez say the second general strike of the year has been a success. The stoppage began at midday (15:00 GMT) on Wednesday and disrupted life in the capital, Buenos […]

Rouge Forum Dispatch: Beyond Greed, Cruelty, and Slavery.

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

We Say Fight Back! Kareem Abdul Jabbar: The Coming Race War Won’t Be About Race … unless we want the Ferguson atrocity to also be swallowed and become nothing more than an intestinal irritant to history, we have to address the situation not just as another act of systemic racism, but as what else it is: […]

Rouge Forum Dispatch: No War But Class War!

Saturday, August 16th, 2014

  We Say Fight Back! Interview of Prabhat Patnaik on Marxist Theory SR: What according to your view are the distinguishing features of Marxist theory vis-a vis other liberal schools of thought or critical theories? PP: To me what is central is Marx’s discovery that capitalism constitutes a “spontaneous” system which is subject to immanent […]

Rouge Forum Dispatch: How Long to Unbend the Backs of Slaves?

Saturday, August 9th, 2014

We Say Fight Back! against perpetual war—time to march–again.   the good for the rest of you life No Blood for Oil Poster is available. Only a few left.   Every war when it comes, or before it comes, is represented not as a war but as an act of self-defense against a homicidal maniac. […]

Rouge Forum Dispatch: For a World Without the Horns of War

Sunday, August 3rd, 2014

We Say Fight Back! Congratulations on the publication of RAINWOOD HOUSE, lightly haunted by old civil rights struggles, rampant houseplants and musical plumbing, is home to beleaguered University of Maryland groundskeeper Marlie Mendíval and her bat- and book-loving granddaughter Samantha. Marlie rents a room to Demetrius, an affableradical horticulturist, unaware that prior to knocking on […]