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Amandla! Magazine 59

Amandla! Magazine 59 You can now access electronic articles from Issue 59 of Amandla! Magazine here: Building the movement of the working class and the dispossessed The commons, the state and the public: a Latin American Perspective SA’s new dawn

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Turkey’s new regime and its neoliberal foundations

Turkey’s new regime and its neoliberal foundations by Yonca Özdemir | Amandla Magazine Issue 59 | 9 October 2018 Recent political and economic developments in Turkey have been worrying for Western governments for some time. However, busy with their own

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Nicaragua’s Fight for Freedom

Nicaragua’s Fight for Freedom By Alejandro Bendaña | Amandla Magazine Issue 59 | 2 October 2018 The massive ongoing civic insurrection in Nicaragua represents the collapse of the Ortega governing model. Its terminal crisis takes the form of a desperate

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Corporate corruption (Part 1): The missing part of the story

Corporate corruption (Part 1): The missing part of the story By Dominic Brown | Original Source: Daily Maverick | 27 September 2018 There are endless stories about public sector corruption. But little is said about corporate corruption – and even less

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The real meaning of the 25 April general strike: reply to Ronald Wesso

The real meaning of the 25 April general strike: reply to Ronald Wesso By Mametlwe Sebei | Amandla Magazine Issue 59 | 11 September 2018 The 25 April general strike represented a massive rejection of the now passed labour bills

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The National Health Insurance Bill: welcome but flawed

The National Health Insurance Bill: welcome but flawed By David Sanders & Louis Reynolds | Amandla Magazine Issue 59 | 10 September 2018 The People’s Health Movement South Africa (PHMSA) welcomes the National Health Insurance Bill in that it confirms

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SA’s new dawn – the devil is in the details

SA’s new dawn – the devil is in the details By Terry Bell | Amandla Magazine Issue 59 | 3 September 2018 As the country heads towards another general election, the ANC, the government, and opposition political parties share one

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50 years on, is a new May 68 happening in France?

50 years on, is a new May 68 happening in France? By Amandla Correspondent | Amandla! Magazine Issue 58 | 28 August 2018 One year after Macron’s election, France is once again in the streets and protests are now spreading

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Expropriation without compensation: how far can it go?

Expropriation without compensation: how far can it go? By Mazibuko Jara | Amandla Magazine Issue 58 | 20 August 2018 How should we read the raging debate on land reform since Parliament’s resolution to explore constitutional amendments that may allow

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Prospects and challenges for the Left

Prospects and challenges for the Left By Ronnie Kasrils | Amandla Magazine Issue 58 | 20 August 2018 Events in recent weeks in our country clearly illustrate the determination of our people for decisive changes, and anger at government and

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