Leaflet to be distributed at NYC April 4th anti-war, anti-economic crisis march/rally
No, it’s not a 50’s singing group. It’s the real reason our economy and society is in the mess that it’s in. We can blame the banks, Wall Street, corporate greed, the Democrats or the Republicans, but while they all had their share of creating the disaster they are really a symptom not the disease itself. There is an underlying problem that got us here as it has gotten us into similar situations over many, many years.
Posted on December 29, 2008, filed Under Rebel Legacies. Comments Off
TODAY IT IS just another bank holiday in the UK and is not even recognized in the United States. Not many people know why May Day became International Workers Day and why we should still celebrate it. One more piece of our history which has been hidden from us. Read more
by Tom Wetzel
This is the story of one of the major rent strikes of the 20th century.
by Tom Wetzel
from Globalize Liberation: How to Uproot the System and Build a Better World, edited by David Solnit (City Lights Press, 2004).
Patterns of capital flows have a visible effect on working class communities in the United States. Some communities see closed plants, abandoned stores, boarded-up dwellings, scarce jobs. Such are signs of disinvestment. Capital has moved to some other site in the global production line.
© 2004 Tom Wetzel
The patterns of capital flows have a
visible effect on working class communities
in the United States. Some communities see
de-industrialization, abandoned stores,
boarded-up dwellings, scarce jobs. Such are
signs of disinvestment. Capital has moved