Marc Brodine

 
 
Marc Brodine

Marc Brodine is Chair of the Washington State CPUSA. A former AFSCME member and local officer, he is currently an artist and guitar player. Marc writes on environmental issues and answers many web site questions. Marc is the author of an extended essay on Marxist philosophy and the environment, titled Dialectics of Climate Change.

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Convention Discussion: The Environment is Basic

Convention Discussion: The Environment is Basic

In Engel’s address at the graveside of Karl Marx, he said “Marx discovered the law of development of human history: the simple fact, hitherto concealed by an overgrowth of ideology,...

BY:Marc Brodine| March 18, 2014
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Convention Discussion: Flexible Structure, But Clear Structure

Convention Discussion: Flexible Structure, But Clear Structure

Submitted by Marc Brodine of Washington Our Party has been experimenting with membership, form, structure, and communication over the last decade. In most respects this experimentation is good, beneficial, and...

BY:Marc Brodine| February 20, 2014
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Keystone XL: Bad for jobs, country & planet

Keystone XL: Bad for jobs, country & planet

The struggle against the Keystone XL pipeline is currently one of the best known and most active environmental struggles.

BY:Marc Brodine| February 13, 2014
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Capitalism, climate and class power

Capitalism, climate and class power

Join us for the CPUSA teleconference on climate change and capitalism with Marc Brodine, Tuesday, January 17.

BY:Marc Brodine| January 8, 2012
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Global Warming Report to March 2008 NC

Global Warming Report to March 2008 NC

Global warming is not just an inconvenient truth. The result of ignoring the root causes will be much more than inconvenient. Or else understanding the root causes and other major...

BY:Marc Brodine| April 18, 2008
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