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Revolutions in the Revolutions: A Post-counterhegemonic Moment for Latin America?–Alvaro Reyes
The Affirmation of an Other Politics of Emancipation–Grupo Acontecimiento
The Rhythms of the Pachakuti: Brief Reflections Regarding How We Have Come to Know Emancipatory Struggles and the Significance of the Term Social Emancipation–Raquel Gutiérrez
When Communism Becomes Flesh–Raúl Prada Alcoreza
The Birth of an “Other Politics” in Venezuela–Roland Denis
Ch'ixinakax utxiwa: A Reflection on the Practices and Discourses of Decolonization–Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui
On the Complex Relation between Knowledges and Emancipations–Ana Esther Ceceña
Closures and Openings in the Impasse– Colectivo Situaciones
Counterhegemonies and Emancipations: Notes for a Debate–Raúl Ornelas
“New Ways of Doing”: The Construction of Another World in Latin America: An Interview with Raúl Zibechi–Michael Hardt and Alvaro Reyes
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Note from the Editor–Michael Hardt
“Rebellion to Tyrants, Democracy for Workers”: The Madison Uprising, Collective Bargaining, and the Future of the Labor Movement–Peter Rachleff
Kill the Bill–Judith Grant
Reflections on the Madison Uprising–Stanley Aronowitz
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