Content of The Utopian Vol. 6 - 2007

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  • The Leadership Crisis of the U.S. Ruling Class

    Jul 16, 2007

    Among the things the contemporary political scene in the United States reveals is that the country??™s ruling class is suffering from an acute crisis of leadership. I am not speaking here in terms of the effectiveness of the nation??™s political leaders in addressing the interests of the country as a whole, however one may conceive them.


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  • Obamanations

    Jul 16, 2007

    Among the lists which inundate my e-mail inbox is one on which someone last winter posted an appeal for funds to help the campaign of Barack Obama. Although this list has several thousand members, like many others, only a score or so people regularly post messages.


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  • Capitalist Globalization and the National State

    Jul 16, 2007

    Reading your symposium on Western Values and Total War, I am astounded that ...there is no discussion of national sovereignty as the bottleneck preventing a solution to the dilemma, and in fact creating and aggravating the dilemma.....


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  • Liberation or Gangsterism

    Jul 16, 2007

    Indigenous and Asian youth to use their time, energy, creativity and imagination to discover their true self-worth and earn the respect of the entire world while struggling toward even broader goals that were not measured by one\\\'s material possessions. And over time each segment cheered on, supported, worked in solidarity with and/or discovered its own common interests and closely linked missons connected to broader people\\\'s goals.


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  • My Life as a Dog, I Mean a Teacher: Parts 2 and 3

    Jul 16, 2007

    The following is what I call an essay/memoir. It is simultaneously an account, largely anecdotal, of my experiences as an elementary school teacher working for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and an analysis of the state of the public educational system in Los Angeles and in the United States as a whole.


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