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Neoliberal GERM: The corporations infecting the world's classrooms
Susan Robertson introduces our focus on education, Mary Compton looks at private firms that offer a so-called 'school in a box', Micah Uetricht reports on Chicago teachers' news ways of organising, and Anna Wolmuth talks to US teacher and writer Louis Weiner.
Despite defeat in the referendum, Hilary Wainwright celebrates the radical campaign for Scottish independence. Adam Ramsay looks at how the referendum campaign brought the UK and its constitution into question.
Vijay Prashad reports on the latest Gaza war and Israel's suffocation of nonviolent resistance, and in the US Robert Stephens speaks to Black organisers about their responses to the Ferguson uprising and where Black politics can go next.
Daniel Fitzpatrick explores how rebel architects are challenging the capital-intensive architecture of glass and steel. Comedian Mark Thomas and activist Merrick Badger discuss their experience of being spied on. Peter Stäuber reports on the shocking case of Talha Ahsan - the young man unjustly extradited and jailed in US 'supermax' prison. Freddie Mason reports on the French arts workers battling cuts to a unique benefits scheme that has been in place in France since 1936.
Our reviewers look at Naomi Klein's latest book This Changes Everything, as well as From India to Palestine edited by Githa Hariharan, Reclaiming Local democracy by Ines Newman, The Squatters Movement in Europe edited by Claudio Cattaneo, The Battle for Justice in Palestine by Ali Abunimah and the autobiography of Assata Shakur.
Jeremy Hardy's column, regular features including Under the Radar and Right to the City, and more.