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Visionary thinking

Film: an interview with Noam Chomsky 2011

Extracts from an interview with Noam Chomsky recorded in London in Oct 2011. Chomsky was keynote speaker at the Rebellious Media Conference organised by Peace News and others. Thanks to Toaster Productions for filming.

Parking the Car... for Good

Rather than trying to mitigate against the numerous problems posed by cars why not try to get rid of them altogether?

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Ruaridh Arrow (dir), How to Start a Revolution

2011; 87 minutes; available for £11.99 + p&p from TVF: tvinternational.com

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All capitalism's fault?

Helen Porter, Bwichyffridd

ImageWell, I agree with everything Lucy Lant (PN 2542) says about clim

A commonwealth

Godric Bader, Bedford

ImageAs a reader and subscriber to PN since the 1930s, and as one of t

Nonviolent Revolution: George Lakey Tour

The remarkable George Lakey, nonviolence trainer extraordinaire, is coming to the UK in July, hosted by Peace News.

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Editorial: Against capitalism or against “the system”?

What is it we are against and what is it that we are for? Questions that arise more sharply, perhaps, in the age of Occupy.

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Where next for radical media?

Rebellious Media Conference contributors Anne Beech, Michael Albert, Brian Dominick and Emily Johns respond to some questions from Peace News

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Derek Wall, The No-nonsense Guide to Green politics; Derek Wall, The Rise of the Green Left: Inside the Worldwide Ecosocialist Movement

The No-nonsense Guide to Green politics (New Internationalist, 2010; 144pp; £7.99); The Rise of the Green Left: Inside the Worldwide Ecosocialist Movement. (Pluto Press, 2010; 208pp; £12.99)

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Editorial: Down the Dark Mountain

This issue we carry a report from a participant in this year’s Uncivilisation festival, inspired by the Dark Mountain project and manifesto (see p3).