Steven Welzer

People, of course, go to work and produce goods and services. But these days there is a stunningly colossal/bizarre world above. The vast pools of money, credit, debt, “derivatives,” and paper representations of wealth in general slosh around above the economy like ocean waves during storms.

The monetary authorities try…

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Premise: dwelling within and committing to a real community and a particular place-on-earth.

Within that (sane/healthy) context of life, the work of properly, conscientiously, responsibly maintaining one’s household, raising the children, sustaining the community, and stewarding the land would be encompassing and fulfilling.

That’s plenty of work to do. It…

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If you want to be a Red socialist (i.e., with Marx, the working class, The Internationale, and all that old stuff) join the Socialist Party.

The Greens are something else. If we were the same as the Reds (with just a little eco-twist) there would be no particular reason to…

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Steven Welzer

Steven Welzer

A co-editor of Green Horizon Magazine, Steve has been a movement activist for many years (was also an original co-editor of DSA’s “Ecosocialist Review”).