Linebaugh: metaphors, rebellion, and socialist dreaming

By Rowan Cahill   A discussion of Peter Linebaugh, The Incomplete, True, Authentic, and Wonderful History of May Day (Oakland: PM Press, 2016). Writing in 1896, not long before his death, indefatigable socialist thought-maker and dreamer William Morris wrote that May Day is “above all days of the year fitting for the protest of the disinherited... Continue Reading →

Leon Fink seminar at the University of Melbourne

Neo-Liberalism Before Its Time:  Free Trade and Social Democracy in the Era of the 'Great Compression’, 1945-1972 22 September 2015  6:15 - 7.30pm South Lecture Theatre, Old Arts Building, University of Melbourne Admission is free. Bookings are required. Seating is limited. A now well-recognized ‘crisis’ overtook organized labor in the 1970s in Western countries that rippled out, if in... Continue Reading →

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