Tag Archives: San Francisco

Rent Strikes: ‘together we can defeat the housing market’

By Matt Broomfield Source: RoarMag.org As they revive a long-dormant form of protest, rent strikers in London and San Francisco must learn lessons from the great strikes of the 20th century. When you can no longer afford to pay your … Continue reading

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A Phony Victim, and a Lot of Real Ones

By Kevin Carson Source: Center for a Stateless Society In a recent open letter to the mayor (Julia Carrie Wong, “San Francisco tech worker: ‘I don’t want to see homeless riff-raff,’“ The Guardian, Feb. 17), entitled tech bro Justin Keller … Continue reading

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