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Daniel Singer’s advice to young radicals

  “Don’t run, young comrades. Don’t climb onto exposed barricades just to be shot at. Watch your step, because the ground is full of pitfalls. For you, workers in industry, some traps will be dressed up as “truly revolutionary.” For … Continue reading

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May 1968

“No revolution, yet many symptoms of one. Whoever, living through those days in France, dared to stick his neck outside the safety of his room has plenty to see and to learn. It was not just a question of barricades, … Continue reading

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Review of Althusser’s ‘On Reproduction of Capitalism Just grabbed this Althusser book recently, apparently it is the first time ‘On Reproduction of Capitalism’ was published in the English language, so this will be interesting if it measures up to the hype … Continue reading

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