In part one of this three-part article, we look at the concept of disaster communism as it relates to the communities of solidarity and mutual aid typically formed in disaster situations.
Translation of appeal for donations from Observatorio Crítico de Cuba, the independent Marxist grouping based in Cuba
(Originally written on November 9, 2012)
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