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Adrian Kuzminski is a local activist in upstate New York, and Research Scholar in Philosophy at Hartwick College. He is the author of FIXING THE SYSTEM: A HISTORY OF POPULISM, ANCIENT & MODERN (Continuum Books).
A Solution to the Financial Crisis
Liberals and progressives are barking up the wrong tree; it was populists who took the full measure of our privatized usurious financial system and came up with a real alternative.
Impeach for Crimes Against Peace
The Bush administration and its congressional supporters ought to be impeached for violating the principles of the Nuremberg Tribunal, including Crimes Against Peace, enshrined in international law binding on the US.
Going Local: The antiwar movement, if it is to succeed, must offer the American public a plausible alternative vision to the imperial regime which now dominates domestic and foreign policy. Such a vision is to be found in the old populist tradition in its insistence of political and economic democracy. This essay is an attempt to update that vision for our own time.