"The seeds of revolt are present in many places"

Print edition : January 19, 2018

John Bellamy Foster.

U.S. President Donald Trump. "The Trump phenomenon is about the crisis of liberal democracy in the U.S. and throughout the world capitalist core," says Foster. Photo: MIKE THEILER/BLOOMBERG

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders greets supporters during a demonstration against the Republican-led tax reform outside the Capitol in Washington on December 13. Photo: ALEX EDELMAN/AFP

Britain's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn works a shift on the Change Please coffee cart to raise awareness of homelessness, in Borough Market, London, on December 14. Photo: STEFAN ROUSSEAU/AP

People carry a "Black Lives Matter" banner during a students' protest against Donald Trump, then the President-elect of the U.S., in Seattle on November 14, 2016. Photo: JASON REDMOND/AFP

In this May 4, 2006, photograph, (left to right) President Nestor Kirchner of Argentina and his counterparts Evo Morales from Bolivia, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva from Brazil, Hugo Chavez from Venezuela, in Iguazu. The leaders met at an emergency summit after Bolivia announced nationalisation of its energy industry on May 1 that year. Photo: ENRIQUE MARCARIAN/REUTERS

Mao Zedong, in May 1968. Photo: AP

Interview with John Bellamy Foster, Editor of Monthly Review.
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