SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
Is Environmental Damage Really Sabotage by Capital?
by R.H. Lossin
The term "capitalist sabotage" describes intentional destructive activity in service of profit, and is a more accurate label than "accident" or "unintended consquence" for the environmental change that will cause a million unnecessary deaths a year over the coming decades.
SOURCE: Places Journal
Gordon Parks's Photos Show the Labor Keeping Weapons of World War II Greased
Gordon Parks's photographs showed the humanity of the workers in the nation's massive war mobilization, notably at a Pittsburgh grease plant.
SOURCE: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
The Industrial Infrastructure Catastrophe Hanging Over the Gulf Coast
The flooding and destruction of the refineries and storage facilities along 52 miles of the Houston Ship Channel is a matter of if, not when, says environmental lawywer Jim Blackburn.
Rosie the Riveter Gets Her Due 75 Years After the End of World War II
This month, women war industry workers from the World War II era were collectively awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, an honor a dwindling number have survived to enjoy.
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