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March 4, 2011

  • How can we defeat Scott Walker?

    Despite the biggest labor mobilization in decades, Wisconsin's union-busting governor remains hell-bent on crushing public-sector unions.

  • No U.S. intervention in Libya

    With the war between the Qaddafi regime and rebels growing bloodier by the day, the U.S. is threatening to unleash its military machine.

  • The warfare state strikes in Iraq

    On the 20th anniversary of the 1991 Gulf War, Socialist Worker reprints an interview with the late editor of the Progressive magazine.

  • Marching for abortion rights

    Abortion rights supporters took up the call to organize Walk for Choice actions in cities across the U.S. against the right's latest attack.

March 3, 2011

  • The Republicans' all-out war on women

    The Republican Party is leading an all-out attack on women's right to choose at the federal level and in the states. But a resistance is stirring.

  • Zimbabwe socialists tortured

    Activists in Zimbabwe are facing torture, prison and a possible death sentence for the "crime" of discussing the revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia.

  • The threat of intervention in Libya

    The calls for "humanitarian intervention" in Libya have nothing to do with rescuing Libyans, who are proving quite capable of rescuing themselves.

  • A few modest words from Libya's leader

    A veteran socialist and author imagines dictator Muammar el-Qaddafi's speech on his long-awaited "day of departure."

  • Let Omar Barghouti be heard

    A Palestinian author and scholar has been denied a visa for a U.S. speaking tour, and activists are protesting this violation of free speech.

  • Taking down an anti-choice ad

    The fight that succeeded in getting a racist anti-choice billboard removed in New York City is important given recent attacks on abortion rights.

  • Time for Quinn to abolish Illinois death penalty

    Some 35 demonstrators turned out in Chicago to urge Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn to sign death penalty abolition legislation.

  • "Uncut" the budget and tax the rich

    On February 26, a number of us met at the Capital building in Frankfort, Ky., as part of the U.S. Uncut day of action.

  • Why should workers pay for the crisis?

    To balance the budget, our government--and the corporations that own and run it--have declared open season on workers' benefits

March 2, 2011

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