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September 23, 2011

  • El asesinato de Troy Davis

    Un hombre inocente fue torturado durante horas y luego linchado a sangre fría. Esa es la única manera de describir la ejecución de Troy Anthony Davis.

September 22, 2011

  • Murdered by the American injustice system

    An innocent man was tortured for hours and then murdered in cold blood. That's the only way to describe the execution of Troy Anthony Davis.

  • Why did Obama let Troy die?

    Barack Obama refused to lift a finger or say a word to stop the murder of an innocent man in Georgia.

  • The "big one" hits at Kaiser

    Nurses are set to back the National Union of Healthcare Workers in a one-day strike in California on September 22.

  • More dangerous than a thousand rioters

    During her remarkable life, labor radical Lucy Parsons led workers and the oppressed in struggle and wrote widely on vital questions for the left.

  • The September 11 profiteers

    A lot of people and a lot of companies are making a lot of money from exploiting the September 11 attacks.

  • Contagion or Confusion?

    The movie Contagion is filled with compassionate bureaucrats doing their best to save the world. Give me Resident Evil.

September 21, 2011

  • Don't let them murder Troy Davis

    Georgia's relentless drive to execute Troy Davis exposes the racism and state violence at the heart of the system.

  • Will statehood bring justice?

    Israel and the U.S. fiercely oppose the bid for UN recognition of Palestinian statehood--but many Palestinians have a very different critique.

  • The "old chairs" fight back

    A notorious New York City employer is starting to crack in the face of a determined struggle by workers at the famous Central Park Boathouse.

  • GM contract or con-trick?

    The tentative agreement between GM and the UAW doesn't come close to making up for a decade of concessions.

  • My father is like Troy Davis

    A reader whose father is on death row in Alabama describes what the struggle to save Troy Davis means to her.

September 20, 2011

  • Rahm vs. CTU: Round one

    Chicago's mayor is trying to strong-arm teachers at individual schools into working a longer day--but their union is fighting back.

  • Troy Davis denied clemency

    An innocent man could be executed in Georgia on Wednesday if no official or court intervenes to stop this travesty.

  • Greece in the eye of the storm

    Greece is caught in a debt trap--one that it was lured into by the very same bankers who now demand extortionate interest rates for further loans.

  • Texas death machine on overdrive

    The death penalty system in Texas is suffering a crisis of legitimacy--but that isn't stopping Gov. Rick Perry.

  • The ugly myth

    Discrimination on the basis of physical appearance is indisputable, but it's also true that standards of beauty change over time.

  • The end of Entourage

    The HBO series Entourage had it all--sexism, racism, homophobia and a shallow, unrealistic idea of male "friendship."

  • A thoroughgoing popular revolution

    From Tripoli, Socialist Worker's judgment that NATO was the victor of the revolution in Libya seems rushed.

September 19, 2011

  • Why postal workers need your support

    If federal officials get their way, the U.S. Postal Service may soon lay off 120,000 employees--the worst attack ever on U.S. postal workers in history.

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