Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Listen to Oscar Rotundo

OSCAR ROTUNDO is a radical activist, journalist and contributor to Resumen Latinoamericano.

In this recording Oscar explains with great clarity where the revolution in Venezuela is now, and discusses what should happen next, his role as journalist, Venezuela's economic challenges, and the specter of an imperialist war.

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The interview is in Spanish. If you can spare the time and effort to translate it, that would be a great contribution.

Monday, April 23, 2007

Listen to Michael Lebowitz

MICHAEL A. LEBOWITZ is a Marxist economist involved in the Bolivarian revolution as adviser associated with the Centro Nacional Miranda. He is professor emeritus of economics at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada, and the author of Beyond Capital: Marx's Political Economy of the Working Class, and Build it now:Socialism for the Twenty-First Century

In this recording we talk about the transformation of human labor in the revolutionary process, financial capital, the effect of Venezuela on other struggles, the coming showdown within the Bolivarian movement, the Venezuelan military, the opposition and more.

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Sunday, April 22, 2007

Listen to Susana Gonzales

Susana Gonzales is a radical Venezuelan leftist activist and journalist. She told us about her personal history in the "good times" of Venezuela's oil boom, the following neo-liberal collapse and the Bolivarian Revolution. She also talks about the place of women in the revolution and the role of radical activists from other countries.

Or download individual files from The Internet Archive.