Victor Wallis

Victor Wallis

Victor Wallis is managing editor of the journal Socialism and Democracy.

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This dynamic is particularly upsetting when we consider how little time remains to halt the course toward environmental catastrophe. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
Friday, September 07, 2018
Wholesale Crimes
In their 1979 book The Washington Connection and Third World Fascism, Noam Chomsky and the late Edward S. Herman drew a distinction between retail and wholesale acts of terrorism. Retail acts were those carried out by individuals or small groups; wholesale, those committed by vast national military...
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Friday, October 21, 2016
On the Stealing of US Elections
The theft of elections is typically thought of as referring to corruption of the voting process. This is indeed a major issue, but it is only the culmination of a much broader set of restrictions on the power of citizens to choose their leaders. An extraordinary feature of the U.S. electoral...
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Friday, November 20, 2015
Ordeals of Whistleblowers in a "Democracy"
The more extreme the crimes of state, the more the state seeks to shroud them in secrecy. The greater the secrecy and the accompanying lies, the more vital becomes the role of whistleblowers – and the more vindictive becomes the state in its pursuit of them. Whistleblowers are people who start out...
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