Category: Politics

7/22: a review of On Utoya

Either Guy Rundle has an odd sense of humour or his proofreading skills are not what they should be. In the first of his three contributions to On Utøya, an e-book dealing with Anders Breivik and the massacre in Norway last July, he permits himself a moment of meteorological wistfulness: ‘The penultimate weekend of July 2011 was a warm one […]

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On Michael Moore’s Here Comes Trouble

The activist filmmaker Michael Moore grew up in a suburb of Flint, Michigan, a city synonymous with working-class struggle. The site of one of the most notable events in US labour history – the 1937 strike, in which the fledgling United Automobile Workers took on, and triumphed over, General Motors – Flint was also one of the first casualties of […]

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