On Mental Health and Revolutionary Discipline

Paul Dawson [W]hereas bourgeois discipline is mechanical and authoritarian, socialist discipline is autonomous and spontaneous… whoever is a socialist or wants to become one does not obey: he commands himself, he imposes a rule of life on his impulses, on his disorderly aspirations… The discipline imposed on citizens by the bourgeois state makes them into…

Militant Anti-Imperialism and Liberal Anti-Imperialism: A Demarcation

Will Griffin The term “anti-imperialist” gets thrown around so much today that the very definition of it is muddled up. Does opposing the wars abroad make you anti-imperialist? What about the wars here at home? Are there different kinds of anti-imperialists? Can we oppose military/political interventions while supporting economic interventions? How would they be different…

Americans Can Either Become Revolutionaries or Embrace Fascism

Rainer Shea Simply choosing to embrace the “American” identity comes with a mountain of baggage. The United States was built on, and continues to exist through feeding off of, the genocide and exploitation of colonized peoples. This fact gives an often easy to ignore, but nonetheless dark, significance to flying the U.S. flag or doing…