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  • The Commons and the Centennial of the Easter Rising
    Last year on Earth Day we sang the Digger’s Song and I promised not to come again unless it was with a jackhammer. Here I am with no jack hammer. So it was at best a hope deferred or at worst a false promise. In any case a defeat.
  • Sober Living for the Revolution: The Song
    In 2010, PM Press published the book Sober Living for the Revolution: Hardcore Punk, Straight Edge, and Radical Politics. Now the Australian hardcore punk band Rebirth has released a song by the same name.
  • Left Forum 2016
    PM Press and our authors are bringing the noise to Left Forum in NYC from May 20th to 22nd. Here's your guide to all the panels you need for this year's conference!
  • Fairness Hearing Takes Place on Abusive NYPD Spying
    Federal Judge Charles S. Haight heard oral comments Tuesday in what was referred to as a “Fairness Hearing.” The hearing, which was open to any New York City resident or organization concerned about NYPD spying, stemmed from two clas...
  • Capitalism Is Organized Crime – Meet the Victims
    In spite of substantially increased productivity, the growing income gap is pushing greater numbers of people into marginality and poverty in the First World, as capitalism’s neoliberal age quite literally destroys lives and kills people.
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