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October 17, 2017

October 16, 2017

  • Trump's malign neglect of Puerto Rico

    Puerto Ricans will suffer and die needlessly because of the abject failure of the world's most powerful government to provide disaster relief.

  • Get read-y for the Marxism conferences

    Hopefully, you'll join Socialist Worker at one of the regional Marxism Conferences near you. Here's our reading list to be prepared.

  • The smiling face of a military regime

    The former Nobel Peace Prize winner at the top of the Myanmar government supports the military's genocidal persecution of Muslims.

  • Climate change and "disaster aid" in India

    India's "disaster aid" and "relief projects" regularly enrich corporations while shutting out the poor who are supposed to benefit.

  • Protesting a bad sequel to NAFTA

    The renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement could spell more exploitation, especially of Mexico workers.

October 13, 2017

  • Trump's new version of the same old racist ban

    The Trump administration is back with a new Muslim travel ban--and like the first two, this third version is rooted in bigotry and xenophobia.

  • We know which side they're on

    NFL owners are backsliding away from their seeming defiance of Trump and threatening players not out of fear, but basic self-interest.

October 12, 2017

  • Are social media bots a threat to democracy?

    The ongoing uproar about the manipulation of "fake news" during the 2016 election is leading to a much greater threat of a censored Internet.

  • Was Stalinism inevitable?

    Providing a serious explanation of why the Russian Revolution was lost remains an essential task for revolutionary Marxists.

  • Purdue's president takes aim at the left

    Mitch Daniels' slanders against a left-wing professor at Purdue are part of creating a hostile environment for campus dissent.

  • Trump chips away at birth control access

    The Trump administration issued two rules that allow employers to drop birth control coverage from employee health plans.

  • An ominous new massacre in Colombia

    The National Police shooting of unarmed civilian protesters in Colombia threatens to unravel the country's peace process.

October 11, 2017

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