OccupiedBy Paul Mattick
Occupys most significant lasting effects, according to the general opinion, were the production of political awareness and energy that could be harnessed by political organizations like that promoting a 15 dollar minimum wage or the Bernie Sanders campaign for the presidency.
Buying Time: Evictions and Tenant Organizing at the Pandemic Slow EndBy Nathan Eisenberg and Daniel Tutt
The last year and a half of the global COVID-19 pandemic has sent tremors up numerous fault lines which have yet to fully resolve. The balance of class forces, mediated through all of social organization, has entered into a period of strenuous realignment as struggles escalate on multiple fronts. One of the most significant of these is the relation between landlords and tenants.
Thinking About Communism
The Present and Future of EngineersBy Nick Chavez
Subjecting engineering to Marxist analysis yields complex results.