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January 9, 2018

  • What we learned when women said #MeToo

    Three Socialist Worker contributors take stock of what #MeToo has accomplished in the last several months--and where it could go from here.

  • Dying from despair, but no help from Trump

    For the second year in a row, life expectancy in the U.S. has declined as a result of the deep social crisis that is stalking the country.

  • The fable of localism

    A former ski coach and radio personality living in rural Vermont is the unlikely hero of climate activist Bill McKibben's novel.

  • The NFL owners who would rather lose

    What does it say that several hopeful NFL franchises decided to tank the season rather than sign Colin Kaeperick to a contract?

January 8, 2018

  • The robber barons of Silicon Valley

    Like their Gilded Age predecessors, today's tech billionaires use their wealth and power to wring profit from workers in the U.S. and around the world.

  • Siham Byah was stolen away from her family

    A 40-year-old single mother and longtime freedom fighter in Boston was deported without warning shortly after Christmas.

  • Why am I in this cell?

    Read excerpts from letters by Boston activist Siham Byah while she was held in terrible conditions at ICE facilities before her secret deportation.

  • I need my mom, my family and my home

    The 8-year-old son of a detained Boston activist makes a heartbreaking appeal to the authorities who took his mother away.

  • #MeToo sacude a Washington

    La renuncia de seis miembros del Congreso, luego de ser acusados de agresión sexual, puede ser sólo el comienzo, así como la atención se centra en Trump.

January 5, 2018

  • Real estate greed caused the deadly Bronx fire

    The deadliest fire in recent New York City history was the result of weak regulations that put the profits of landlords ahead of tenant safety.

  • A loud message of opposition to austerity

    Argentina's right-wing government faced massive protests when it attempted to drive through an attack on the pension system.

  • The persecution of a Palestinian family

    Join supporters of Ahed, Nour and Nariman Tamimi in demanding their release from arbitrary detention by the Israeli authorities.

  • The main nuclear enemy is at home

    The U.S. has no morally defensible right to impose its will on any nation--whether with military force, sanctions or negotiations.

  • Acto de crueldad sin oposición

    El recorte de impuestos republicano no se trata solo de enriquecer a los ricos, sino que está calculado para castigar a la clase obrera y a los pobres.

January 4, 2018

  • The phony "populist" delivers for the rich

    The Republican tax cuts to benefit business and the rich make it crystal clear that Trump's "populism" was as much a con as Trump University.

  • Iran's exploding radicalization

    What began as a small protest in northeast Iran against price increases has spread into a rebellion that is rocking the government.

  • Puerto Rico teachers fight to reopen schools

    The president of a Puerto Rico teachers' union explains how educators are protecting schools in the aftermath of the hurricane.

  • Taking stock of an Ontario labor battle

    An inspiring strike by union faculty at Ontario's Community Colleges was halted by legislation, but the fight is far from over.

January 3, 2018

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