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October 2, 2017

September 29, 2017

  • Looking for answers to capitalism's disasters

    The left-wing author makes the case for a vision of what we're fighting for that isn't just a list of policies, but is really an alternative worldview.

  • Polarization at the polls in Germany

    Germany's elections show that the country is not insulated from a crisis-prone Europe, but part and parcel of it.

  • Decisive days in Catalonia

    With both popular mobilization and Spanish state repression growing, this weekend's referendum will bring the moment of truth.

September 28, 2017

September 27, 2017

  • Who's pushing Korea to the brink of war?

    The cycle of escalation between North Korea and the U.S. is fanning fears of a horrific war--but we shouldn't lose sight of who the real provocateur is.

  • Karl Marx and the case of the never-ending theft

    Karl Marx's Capital was first published 150 years ago this month--and its analysis and insight have only gained in power since.

  • Solidarity with a UT immigrant rights organizer

    Socialists and immigrant rights activists at the University of Texas are mobilizing to defend Eric Nava-Perez from a campus ban.

  • Nazis defile anti-fascist tribute

    When someone painted Nazi graffiti on a memorial in Madison honoring anti-fascists, activists turned out to oppose them.

  • Comrades of the sea

    A journalist in revolutionary Russia in 1917 describes his encounters sailors who were part of the struggle to make the world anew.

September 26, 2017

  • The debt before the storm

    Puerto Rico is reeling after two devastating hurricanes, but the disaster has been exacerbated by decades of colonial domination by the U.S.

  • Catalonia's right to decide

    The Spanish state's attempts to repress a referendum on Catalonian independence is producing even greater resistance.

  • Why is Scout dead?

    The shooting of a Georgia Tech student by campus police raises questions about the lack of mental health care and other support.

  • Shooting bullets at a hurricane

    The problem isn't just Republicans who deny climate science, but self-appointed leaders of the "resistance" among the Democrats.

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