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Stan Cox

Stan Cox

Stan Cox, along with and Paul Cox, is the author of How the World Breaks: Life in Catastrophe’s Path, From the Caribbean to Siberia. Follow him on Twitter: @CoxStan

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War Spending Like This as the Climate Emergency Grows Is a Global Nightmare

The military-industrial complex and Earth-killing capitalism only seem to grow ever mightier.

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'We'll Meet Them Out in the Fields': Challenging the Pipelines to Nowhere

The primary purpose of these and other carbon pipeline systems was never to reduce atmospheric CO2. Its backers' aim is to turn a profit by spiffing up the environmental image of US feed-grain agriculture.

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This Is No Time for Climate Complacency

In a world burning up, people are striving for systemic change—even against the longest of odds.

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Three Tons of Fascism: Angry White Guys in Big-Ass Pickups

White nationalism feeds on gas, gunpowder, oil, and testosterone.

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Confronting "Policy Murder" and the Rising Violence of the Right

The Poor People's Campaign aims to mobilize poor and low-income voters from all races, ethnicities, and faiths to defy violence in all of these forms.

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The People vs. Petrocracy

In the absence of a federal fossil fuel phase-out—grassroots efforts are more essential than ever.

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Onslaught of the Oily Authoritarians

The only realistic course is to protect the electoral process despite all its flaws, ensure universal voting rights, and push harder than ever to make this country what it has never been: a multiracial, pluralistic democracy.

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The Climate and the Republic, Melting Down in Real Time

We are entering what could well turn out to be, for the United States, the most consequential span of time since the 1860s.

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