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Educators in Seattle are providing a modern-day lesson in the power of teachers' unions with their strike for the schools that the city deserves.
Left-wing activists in Germany must lead the fight for a solution to the refugee crisis, based on working-class solidarity.
A "quality of life" initiative for a busy corridor of East Harlem would reward developers while targeting the vulnerable.
As Jeremy Corbyn closes in on victory in the election to lead Britain's Labour Party, what would count as success for socialists?
At the Zimmerwald conference 100 years ago, a group of delegates led by Russia's Bolsheviks put forward their own resolution.
Las turbulencias en los mercados bursátiles del mundo expone la inestabilidad de la economía global, plagada de debilidades y contradicciones.
Despite being declared dead and buried for years, the idea of socialism is in the air--but what it means or how to achieve it is vague for many people.
A Seattle teacher explains why he supports a walkout to achieve the union's goal of a school system that Seattle students deserve.
Jubilation resounded among Seattle teachers when it sunk in that we had voted to strike for the schools our students deserve.
The imprisoned German revolutionary Karl Liebknecht sent a statement to the socialist antiwar gathering in Zimmerwald.
The University of Texas finally removed the statue of Jefferson Davis, but there are plenty more tributes to white supremacy to go.
¿Qué significado tiene, en el siglo 21, el compromiso del marxismo con el "socialismo desde abajo"?
A veteran African American longshore union activist in Charleston is helping to organize a Labor Day march in response to racist violence.
The image of a 3-year-old refugee's lifeless body has shocked the world--but there are other pictures, of solidarity and generosity, fighting to be seen.
Bernie Sanders' campaign has already shaken up the 2016 election--but it raises questions for the left, particularly about the Democratic Party.
The cops have killed 782 people so far this year--but to hear them and their supporters tell it, you'd think they were under fire.
Angry protests over garbage collection are giving expression to the growing opposition to the regime in Lebanon.
The United Electrical union became the first national union in the U.S. to endorse the global campaign for Palestinian rights.
New York City's mayor has declared war, but the enemy isn't slumlords or brutal cops. It's Times Square's "painted ladies."
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