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THIS IS WHAT ENERGY DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE
Trade Unions for Energy Democracy - 2015

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REBUILDING THE LEFT
Final Panel from Mapping Socialist Strategies
Sarah Leonard & Michael Brie - 2014

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NEOLIBERALISM VS. THE COMMONS
The Second Plenary of Mapping Socialist Strategies
Leo Panitch & Rachel LaForest - 2014

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MAPPING SOCIALIST STRATEGIES
Video from the Opening Plenary of the Conference
Frances Fox Piven, Bhaskar Sunkara & Hans van Heijningen - 2014

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THE CHICAGO TEACHERS STRIKE OF 2012
Weak Spots of Neoliberalism, Part 4
Marilena Marchetti & Ethan Young - 2014

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THE RISE OF THE RADICAL LEFT IN GREECE
Weak Spots of Neoliberalism, Part 3
Ioannis Bournous & Giorgos Karatsioubanis - 2014

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CHALLENGING KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE & TAR SANDS
Weak Spots of Neoliberalism, Part 1
Lara Skinner & Clayton Thomas Muller - 2014

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REVOLUTIONIZING THE U.S. SOUTH
Weak Spots of Neoliberalism, Part 2
Kali Akuno & Elandria Williams - 2014

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PLANET OF THE OCEANS

The ocean may be the ultimate commons. For those of us who live on land, the ocean seems like an endless horizon. It is both the edge of settled existence and a source of apparently limitless resources. The ocean is both ecologically central and the site of an enormous amount of human activity. Like other commons, the ocean is threatened by abuse, enclosure, and commercialization. Powerful...
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PLANET OF THE OCEANS

The ocean may be the ultimate commons. For those of us who live on land, the ocean seems like an endless horizon. It is both the edge of settled existence and a source of apparently limitless resources. The ocean is both ecologically central and the site of an enormous amount of human activity. Like other commons, the ocean is threatened by abuse, enclosure, and commercialization. Powerful corporate interests seek......
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