Two articles on the praxis of resistance to neoliberalism in Latin America.
Should education be a matter of State policy? Or left to the goodwill of the rich?
Avinash Kumar on the farcical consequences of appealing to the magnanimity of the powerful.
Courtesy: Down to Earth
''...our ruling elite continues to repose blind faith in neoliberal free-market ideas even as these get discredited in the developed capitalist countries because of their contribution to crises, instability, destruction of wealth, inequality, and undermining of social cohesion''.
Praful Bidwai writes on rediff.
While the threat of recession has forced governments to drop their neo-conservative bias against State ownership and markets that hollered at government intervention in the past have now applauded such action, the threat of recession has not receded.
C.P Chandrasekhar notes in People's Democracy.
Media manipulation by police to create a distinct communalised imagery.
HYDERABAD: In the days when education in government schools is vilified to the extent of being considered equivalent to illiteracy, the Government Boys’ Primary and High School at Amberpet differs from the stereotypical image.
Courtesy: The Hindu
To commemorate the 190th birth anniversary of Karl Marx, Pragoti team presents a series of articles on different aspects of Marxism and the development of capitalism from a Marxist perspective. This article by E M S Namboodiripad was carried in the Marxist on the 125th birth anniversary of Lenin. In this piece, E M S, lays down the broad ideological contours of Marxism-Leninism that have informed Communist praxis in different parts of the world.