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In the Archives of Interference

At first glance, the Interference Archive in Gowanus looks like a typical small library. But when founder Josh MacPhee welcomes visitors and urges them to rifle through materials chronicling the last 50 years of left-wing activism it quickly becomes obvious that this is an unusual place.

The Debt Resistors’ Operations Manual

Whether sourced in prime credit or subprime, student loans or pawn loans, the profits of our indebtedness flow to the 1 percent. But the 99 percent is waking up to the bait-and-switch.

Party No More

The Chicago teachers’ strike illustrated the depth of the Democrats’ commitment to education “reform,” which by any measure is designed to undermine the power of teachers’ unions.

A Relic Reborn

Eighty-five-year-old Mighty Wurlitzer Organ to Be Showcased at LIU Brooklyn Screening of 1925 Silent Classic The Phantom of the Opera.


The Brooklyn Rail

OCT 2012

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