On Public Goods

About a month ago, we did a panel on the upcoming election at College of Mount Saint Vincent. My talk starts 30 minutes in, and I think it’s true now more than ever that we need to be pressing for public health and the public good.

Fifty years of neoliberal privatization (also known as capitalism after a brief Keynesian interregnum) have left us in the worst possible position to deal with what is coming. But as per the lines of “Solidarity Forever,” we can bring to birth a new world from the ashes of the old.” The union makes us strong.

You can start by helping to organize mutual aid networks in your neighborhood. To each according to what he needs, from each according to his ability. It’s pretty simple. Love and solidarity to you all.

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