Unidentified assailants viciously attacked a local trade union leader in Kazakhstan on the evening of November 10, 2018, Human Rights Watch said today.
Socialism and Labor articles on Democracy Chronicles
This section deals with articles relating to democracy, socialism and labor. Reckoning with the important relationship between democracy and labor is essential in a democratic government. The theory of socialism, as opposed to capitalism, is characterized by social ownership of the means of production and co-operative management of the economy. Also see our articles on Anarchism, Capitalism, and Libertarianism. Also, there are many socialist parties in the US that you can find information on at our Third Party Central including Senator Bernie Sanders, a major election reform supporter.
While most citizens were busy voting, others were busy worrying to look at how this elections will affect federal and state education policies.
Academics are slowly coming to realize that the US is more an oligarchy than a democracy, but it will take time to loosen the grip of the democracy myth on the people.
October 29th, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs organized an interesting lecture on the global labor movement and Brazilian democracy.
In an event held by the Blavatnik School of Government, the President of Switzerland Alain Berset explained how democracy can overcome inequality.
Three wealth dynasties own a combined fortune of $348.7 billion. That’s more wealth than four million families with the U.S. median wealth.
I suggest we rethink NAFTA as I believe we have not used it to its fullest potential. I wonder if NAFTA should incorporate trading in politicians. What if NAFTA included a trade in politicians?
Hashem Khastar, unionist representing teachers in Iran’s northeastern Razavi Khorasan province, detained in Iran this year while promoting teachers’ rights.
For federal and state office in the November 2018 midterm elections, there is only one candidate with the word “socialist” next to his or her name.
It is time for Democrats get back to the basics. We all know what this means: war accountability, national healthcare, affordable quality education, banking regulation, the environment, and fair elections.