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    The history and politics of the Communist Party of Canada: an overview

    The CPC’s image may be radical, but its politics are tired Stalinist reformism 

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    Between degrowth and acceleration

    “A Planet to Win” does not call for a utopian adoption of yet-to-be-invented technologies to fix things, but contends that we can build using the technology we have now to both address people’s real needs and decarbonize.

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    Show me the socialists

    The Democratic Socialists of America Canada Twitter account was fake – but its popularity was not. What’s the power of socialist branding to shape a movement?

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    The climate crisis calls for a planetary politics

    By this, I mean: a world democratic socialist republic

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    Are any of Rosa Luxemburg’s ideas relevant for us today?

    One hundred years after the murder of the Polish-German revolutionary socialist, are any of her ideas still useful for leftists?

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    Socializing and decolonizing Saskatchewan’s oil

    Could a new crown corporation – SaskOil – allow us to wind down the industry, get off oil, keep people employed, and repatriate land, resources, and decision-making to Indigenous peoples?

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    Where is the left on the Canadian Prairies?

    Years with so little social struggle on the Prairies have left us without much of what Alan Sears calls the “infrastructure of dissent.”

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    The Corbyn Comeback

    How the Labour leader’s solidarity with social movements energized the socialist resurgence in British politics.

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    Who Speaks Socialism These Days?

    A lament for the loss of the language of socialism spurs a tribute to the other languages of freedom.