A short history of the widespread but unofficial truce between British and German troops on the Western front over Christmas, 1914 during World War I.
Images from the 1967 Detroit riots, which started after a police raid on an unlicensed bar and happened within the context of a nationwide civil rights movement that was met by white and...
Program of the General Workers' Union of Germany, adopted at their third national conference in Leipzig, December 12-14, 1920.
The site of the Dhaka factory collapse is now cleared; new concessions and reforms are announced. Some further reflections...
John Barker on the 'War on Drugs', unequal free trade legislation, and their relationship with capitalism and its woes more broadly.
The Beecroft Report, commissioned by Cameron from one of his venture-capitalist pals and recommending the implementation of “compensated no-fault dismissal” has been released, and has caused...
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