Gary Mucciaroni, Sherry Wolf, Kenyon Farrow, and Greg Gabrellas Platypus Review 32 | February 2011 [PDF] On November 8, 2010, Platypus hosted a forum entitled “Which Way Forward for Sexual Liberation?” moderated by Jeremy Cohan at New York University. The panel consisted of Gary Mucciaroni, professor of political science at Temple University; Sherry Wolf, author [...]PR web editor | 0 comments | Continued
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Kevin Anderson, Chris Cutrone, Nick Kreitman, Danny Postel, and Adam Turl Platypus Review 25 | July 2010 On January 30th, 2007, Platypus hosted its first public forum, “Imperialism: What is it—Why should we be Against it?” The panel consisted of Adam Turl of the International Socialist Organization (ISO), Kevin Anderson of the Marxist-Humanist group News [...]PR web editor | 0 comments | Continued
M. A. Torres Platypus Review 25 | July 2010 ONE FINDS QUITE A BIT OF NAME-CALLING among the innumerable articles and blog posts written in criticism of Hugo Chavez and his government. Although most of this invective is not very illuminating, one article by a young, Colombian, Trotsky-ish labor organizer describes Chavez perfectly in two [...]PR web editor | 5 comments | Continued
The Platypus Synthesis: History, theory, and practice Transcript of the plenary presentations and discussion at the 1st annual Platypus Affiliated Society international convention, Chicago, June 12–14, 2009. (Audio recording.) Discussion Audience Q & A Question 1 (Laurie Rojas) Ian just spoke about membership, and I wanted to expand on that, but, mostly to Chris and [...]admin | 2 comments | Continued
Chris Cutrone Barack Obama had, until recently, made his campaign for President of the United States a referendum on the invasion and occupation of Iraq. In the Democratic Party primaries, Obama attacked Hillary Clinton for her vote in favor of the invasion. Among Republican contenders, John McCain went out of his way to appear as [...]Platypus Review editor | 2 comments | Continued
“However difficult the task of grasping and confronting global capital might be, it is crucially important that a global internationalism be recovered and reformulated. . . . The Left should be very careful about constituting a form of politics that, from the standpoint of human emancipation, would be questionable, at the very best, however many [...]admin | 0 comments | Continued