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Another World is Possible

From the Spanish Civil War to the fall of the Berlin Wall, anarchism pushes for a new social order By Tommaso Segantini Source: Adbusters The Spanish Civil War that occurred between 1936-1939 is always remembered as the fight between the … Continue reading

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The Movie Every Screwed Millennial Should Watch

By Arthur Chu Source: Alternet Jennifer Phang’s indie science fiction film “Advantageous,” a darling of 2015’s Sundance, came to Netflix Instant Streaming earlier this week. If you’re a millennial, you have Netflix. If you’re an un- or underemployed millennial, you have … Continue reading

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A Bad Week For U.S. Diplomacy

Granted, most weeks are bad weeks for U.S. diplomacy, but this week was particularly rocky because it marked the 68th session of the U.N. General Assembly. On Tuesday, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff pulled no punches in a speech highlighting how … Continue reading

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