Can Allende make it?
Cuba had been exciting, romantic, adventurous. The Chile of Allende appeared dull, tranquil, orderly. And for these very reasons, Chilean socialism was more dangerous. More dangerous in part because, if Chile could find a path to socialism without widespread violence ending in dictatorship, its example would effect a tremendous appeal throughout the world.
Sam Gindin on Leo Panitch
In this interview, members of the Canadian Dimension editorial committee spoke with Sam Gindin, a lifelong friend, comrade, and collaborator of Leo Panitch, about their relationship and how Leo’s views and perspectives changed over time. In 2012, Gindin and Panitch published The Making of Global Capitalism: The Political Economy of American Empire. The book traces the development of American-led globalization over more than a century.
Turning the page: CD goes digital
We invite our readers and supporters to join us online as we make this transition, and we look forward, in the months and years ahead, to engaging with a new generation of people who want to change the world. As we bow out of the tangible world of print, we want to thank our subscribers for their sustaining solidarity. ¡Hasta la victoria siempre!
Five vital issues facing the Left in Canada: Questions for NDP leadership contenders
CD approached the candidates running for the leadership of the New Democratic Party—Niki Ashton, Guy Caron, Jagmeet Singh, and Charlie Angus—with what we felt were some of the most important questions facing both the party and the country. Here we present our reasons for asking these particular questions, followed by the answers from all the candidates