by Ed Simon
Any party, politician, or perspective which offers meaning, which gives us roses, will have an advantage as we face the inevitable economic and social collapse of the neo-liberal paradigm.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Mario Del Pero and Vanni Pettinà
Back when conservatives exalted free markets, our neighbor to the south was a vital ally.
SOURCE: NY Times
by David Motadel
Internationalism, a concept that, after all, implicitly presumes the existence of the nation, and extreme nationalism are not necessarily incompatible. The far right is less parochial than we think — and that’s dangerous.
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