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Left Voice Magazine for December

Our online magazine appears on the first Sunday of every month.

Left Voice

December 6, 2020
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Illustrations: Sarah Crowe and Sou Mi

LV Magazine December

Neoliberalism’s Last Stand

by Jimena Vergara and James Dennis Hoff

Can U.S. Hegemony Be Restored?

by Scott Cooper

Will the GOP Fall?

by Ana Rivera

The First Mass Communist Party

by Nathaniel Flakin

Engels as a Strategist of Socialism

by Matías Maiello

15 Years of Bread and Roses

by Andrea D’Atri

LV Magazine December
or: Previous Issues

As the United States transitions from one administration to another, we present the second issue of our online magazine, which appears on the first Sunday of every month. This issue is dedicated to the national and international situation as the Trump era comes to a close. We are also publishing two articles on the history of the socialist movement that offer important lessons for today. This issue closes with the prologue to the new English edition of Andrea D’Atri’s Bread and Roses: Gender and Class Under Capitalism (London: Pluto Press, 2020).

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A Critique of ‘Pedagogy of the Oppressed’

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Subalterns, Postcolonialists, and the Specter of Capital: A Polemic from Marxism

The theories of the “postcolonialists” condemn us to the mere repetition of local resistance with no way out of the brutal plundering of people by imperialism, multiple repressions, and exploitation. The socialist strategy is a tool to eradicate the society based on this brutality.

Members of far-right group Patriot front march while carrying US flags

‘A United Labor Movement Can Stop the Far Right’: An Interview with Warren Montag

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