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June 5, 2017

  • I spy with all your little eyes

    The government's "If you see something, say something" policy has a long history, but it takes on a new meaning in the Internet era.

  • Solidaridad vs. chivo expiatorio

    A menos que la solidaridad demostrada después del atentado en Manchester prevalezca, la derecha tratará de azuzar miedo para justificar más represión.

June 2, 2017

  • Stand up for the victims of racist hate

    The far right has re-emerged--bigger and more lethal than in decades. We need to take a stand in solidarity with the oppressed through mass action.

  • Face to face with the Wendy's bosses

    Farmworkers and their supporters took on Wendy's executives on their own home turf: inside the company's shareholders meeting.

June 1, 2017

  • Will the Democrats ever stand for something?

    Democratic leaders think they can rely on the fact that they're not Trump to win back votes, but issues like abortion and health care actually matter.

  • The Border Patrol's war on an innocent family

    Claudia Rueda led a campaign to clear her mother of bogus drug charges leveled by the Border Patrol--and now faces deportation.

  • Organizing SeaTac for 15

    A new book examines the campaign for a living wage for Seattle airport workers in the larger context of the employers' offensive.

  • Precarious workers strike back

    The militancy, daring and courage of two strikes by cleaners and security workers in London challenges all of us to step forward.

  • Protestas regresan a Brasil

    Un socialista brasileño explica los orígenes de las protestas masivas que revirtieron el avance de la derecha y su significado para la izquierda.

May 31, 2017

  • We need to pull the plug on Trumpcare

    Protests against the Republicans' disastrous health care bill have made a difference--but they may have to grow stronger to prevent catastrophe.

  • New York subways reach the breaking point

    Decades of neglect to New York City's infrastructure have made just trying to get to work each day intolerable for millions.

  • We are all Copts

    The Revolutionary Socialists of Egypt condemn a massacre in Minya that targeted Coptic Christians, including many children.

  • Master of diverse stories

    The "hipness" of Master of None is only skin deep--when it comes to content, the show is earnest, daring and compassionate.

  • What we'll need to take on the right

    The success of a mobilization to protest Trump in Connecticut gave activists a sense of confidence about confronting the right.

May 30, 2017

May 29, 2017

  • Building a left alternative in Macron's France

    A veteran French socialist explains why Emanuel Macron's victory over Marine Le Pen in the presidential election won't bring political stability.

  • Understanding the British election

    There's a mountain to climb for the Labour Party, but the picture isn't as rosy for the Tories as the media would have us believe.

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