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May 11, 2018

  • #RedForEd versus the UFT-Cuomo blues

    The New York City teachers' union doubled down on its losing strategy of kissing up to Democrats and kicking down at anyone who wants another way.

  • The shape of resistance in Brazil

    A Brazilian socialist discusses the political situation after Luiz Inácio da Silva's ouster and the challenges for the left.

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  • UC unions unite to strike for respect

    Some 53,000 workers across the University of California system will strike this week to demand fair wages and benefits and respect on the job.

  • Reactionary nostalgia for yesterday's empire

    Mainstream foreign policy experts are pining for a time before Donald Trump--when war was a last resort, except when it wasn't.

  • Paying cops to confront the nurses' union

    Management paid a local police department to challenge union nurses during a lockout at a hospital in western Massachusetts.

  • The fraud of Stalinism

    The reign of Stalin in Russia and the parties that followed his dictates have nothing to do with the vision of an emancipated society.

May 4, 2018

  • How Marx became a Marxist in five easy steps

    ...And you can to! Here's an introduction to the theoretical leaps Karl Marx made on his way to developing a theory and vision that changed the world.

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