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The focus on securing electoral office orients political discourse to concentrate on the imbecilic minutiae of parliamentary drama.

The Case For An Anarchist Approach To Electoral Politics

Our situation demands we invest our energies into direct action for change, rather than changing parliament’s window dressings.

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British Columbia’s Vaccine Card Rollout Abandons Workers

The province is shifting the burden of vaccine mandates onto workers, who have not received extra training or compensation.

The Case For A Maoist Approach To Electoral Politics

Communists aren’t a strong enough force to confront Canadian settler capitalism either within the state or by turning away.

The Case For Ralph Miliband’s Approach To Electoral Politics

The focus on securing electoral office orients political discourse to concentrate on the imbecilic minutiae of parliamentary drama.

The Case For An Anarchist Approach To Electoral Politics

Our situation demands we invest our energies into direct action for change, rather than changing parliament’s window dressings.