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July 14, 2017

  • Germany's not-so-great reunifier

    Helmut Kohl, the former German chancellor and architect of reunification, left a legacy that defenders of social justice still battle.

  • Views in brief

    Another world is possible | The price of working for UPS | A Marxist approach to religion | Haitian rights in the Dominican Republic

July 13, 2017

  • The start of Turkey's hot summer?

    A rally by as many as 2 million people in Istanbul is the latest sign that Turkey's discontent can't be crushed out by the regime's crackdown.

  • On the picket line with the Tufts nurses

    Registered nurses at Tufts Medical Center are demanding that a profitable hospital prioritize patient safety and decent salaries.

  • Being honest about Venezuela

    As Maduro government and the right wing struggle for power, ordinary Venezuelans are watching the gains of Chavismo slip away.

  • San Diego stands with Nabra

    San Diego was one of several cities where vigils were held against Islamophobia after the murder of Nabra Hassanen in Virginia.

July 12, 2017

  • The speech the racists didn't want you to hear

    Faced with death threats, a left-wing author had to cancel an appearance in Seattle--but she gave the speech you couldn't hear then at Socialism 2017.

  • Why Socialism was a big deal

    Some 2,000 people packed into a Chicago convention center for the four days of discussion and debate at Socialism 2017.

  • Morocco takes to the streets

    A Moroccan activist describes the political climate in the country as protests have mounted, threatening the corrupt regime.

  • How to get mentally tough like the filthy rich

    Being rich is all a matter of having a "Tiger Mentality," according to one writer--in other words, the ability to steal candy from kids.

July 5, 2017

July 4, 2017

  • Which train goes to socialism?

    Jacobin's Bhaskar Sunkara proposes that the future of the left may lie with a return to Finland Station, circa 1917. But how are we going to get there?

  • Single-payer got close so the Democrats killed it

    Leading Democrats in California stepped in at the last minute to kill their own proposal for statewide single-payer health care.

  • Every cook can govern

    The director of a new documentary on the 20th century Marxist C.L.R. James describes what it took to bring the project to fruition.

  • Fighting for trans civil rights in Rochester

    Transgender activists continue to demand civil rights in New York, as their legislators fail to make good on promises to take action.

  • Trump retrocede con Cuba

    La decisión de Trump sobre Cuba va a hacer un daño incalculable a la población cubana y sólo fortalecerá a las fuerzas antidemocráticas en la isla.

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