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By Marshall Allen / 24 August 2017
Hospitals and pharmacies are required to toss expired drugs, no matter how expensive or vital. Meanwhile the FDA has long known that many remain safe and potent for years longer. The box of prescription drugs had been forgotten in a back closet of a retail pharmacy for so long that some of the pills predated the 1969 moon landing. Most were 30 to 40 years past their expiration dates — possibly... Read more
By Eric Draitser / 23 August 2017
Waterboard me! Give me the Ludovico Technique with the Atlas Shrugged Trilogy playing on an endless loop! Anything, anything at all would be better than having to write about Caitlin Johnstone and the ongoing back-and-forth about her so called “journalism.” And yet, here I am, doing precisely that because, quite frankly, some things have to be put in print, no matter how execrable the task. What... Read more
By Peter Gowan & Mio Tastas Viktorsson / 22 August 2017
Peter Gowan and Mio Tastas Viktorsson revisit the history of one genuine attempt to use government policy to promote worker self-management. They argue that similar policies can be used to promote social ownership today.
By Myles Hoenig / 21 August 2017
We have the potential of an Edward R Murrow moment coming up if Jill Stein is called before a public hearing in the House or Senate.I was a supporter of Jill Stein for president in 2016 as I was also a Green Party congressional candidate in Maryland. I campaigned for her, spoke at same platforms, and even planned a fundraising house party for her that was derailed by internal egos at work. I... Read more
By Mark Karlin / 20 August 2017
Mark Karlin interviews Fred Magdoff about the book he has recently co-authored with Chris Williams, "Creating an Ecological Society."
By Lee Wengraf / 20 August 2017
A number of African economies have experienced a massive boom in wealth and investment over the past decade. Yet most ordinary Africans live in dire poverty with diminished life expectancy, high unemployment and in societies with low-levels of industry. For the roots of these conditions of “under-development,” one historical account stands alone in importance: Walter Rodney’s How Europe... Read more
By Sujatha Fernandes / 19 August 2017
There have recently been a number of pieces featured in NACLA and the progressive media outlet Jacobin evaluating the Nicolás Maduro government in Venezuela and questioning the ongoing viability of Chavismo. Leftist commentators have proclaimed the end of the Bolivarian Revolution and the failure of twenty-first century socialism, and have offered a takedown of the alternative media outlet... Read more

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