After the September 11 attacks, the Bush administration conducted a silent and far-reaching war on people of Arab descent.
After the February Revolution, two powers existed in Russia--the Provisional Government and the workers' councils.
Marx and Engels summarized their ideas in the most famous revolutionary pamphlet of all times, published as the revolutions of 1848 began.
Jeremy Scahill's film and book Dirty Wars provide a sorely needed investigation of U.S. foreign policy in the "war on terror."
A South Korean socialist provides a perspective on the escalating military threats between the U.S. and North Korea.
In Iceland, the same parties that were tossed out of office in the wake of mass protests four years ago are back in power.
People in Britain who get food assistance will have to live on cheaper things, such as a sense of humor or particles of light.
Surveillance, repression and violence don't protect us from a dangerous world. On the contrary, they help make the world much more dangerous.
Hundreds of police used water cannons and tear gas against demonstrators in Taksim Square in a crackdown on protests.
The shockingly high level of sexual assault in the military is getting media attention--but the causes of the epidemic aren't.
Teamsters deserve far better than the current contract offer from UPS that's being hailed as a victory by union leaders.
In Egypt and now Turkey, the revolt of the intense and usually apolitical "ultra" soccer fan clubs has been an important factor.
Some 70 people gathered in Austin, Texas, to voice their support for the demonstrations for democracy in Turkey.
The shadowy National Security Agency has been exposed to the light of day, showing the vast extent of U.S. government spying, at home and abroad.
Workers in one of the last union strongholds for public-sector workers--New York City--are fighting for the future of their unions.
Immigration legislation proposed by the "Gang of Eight" U.S. senators falls far short of what our movement deserves.
Megan Rice, an 83-year-old Catholic nun, is facing up to 20 years in prison for her work to promote nuclear disarmament.
Artists, activists and other working people are well aware of what Turkish Prime Minister Erdoğan's policies mean for them.
A new two-year contract for Rhode Island's leading advocate of corporate school reform is a slap in the face to teachers.
The Socialism 2013 conference in Chicago on June 27-30 will bring together hundreds of people seeking to understand the world--and how to change it.
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