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    • In issue 6 of Counterfutures, Sue Bradford writes about the history and prospects for a universal basic income in Aotearoa; Toby Boraman discusses the legacy of the 1968 protests in Aotearoa and internationally; and Campbell Jones analyses the practices of rent, profit and interest in creating a finance-oriented world. We also launch our Keywords series on central contemporary issues, with Chamsy el-Ojeili’s piece on Post-Fascism, and feature two interventions: Ti Lamusse on organising for grassroots activism; and Tim McCreanor, Frances Hancock and Nicola Short on Save Our Unique Landscape’s campaign against Fletcher Building’s developments at Ihumaato. Finally, Dylan Taylor interviews social movement activist and academic Laurence Cox, and Ozan Alakavuklar reviews Michael Hardt and Antionia Negri’s latest book.
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      • Here be Dragons: Navigating a Left Approach to Basic Income in Aotearoa New Zealand, Sue Bradford
      • Revisiting the Global and Local Upheavals of 1968, Toby Boraman
      • Rent, Interest, Profit, Campbell Jones
      • Keywords: Post-Fascism, Chamsy el-Ojeili
      • Struggles from Below in the Twilight of Neoliberalism, Dylan Taylor interviews Laurence Cox
      • Hardt and Negri Assembly, reviewed by Ozan Alakavuklar