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August 22, 2016

  • No bote su voto, hágalo contar

    En noviembre, usted puede ceder al miedo y votar por Hillary Clinton para detener a Donald Trump, o puede votar por el futuro que quiere.

August 18, 2016

  • She'll keep America not so great for workers

    Hillary Clinton's economic proposals look a lot like the policies of Bill Clinton's administration--and that's not good news for workers.

  • Montreal hosts the World Social Forum

    The World Social Forum in Quebec in August was the first held in the Global North, but turnout was lower than expected.

  • If the risk is low, let them go

    The battle to get New York state to release aging prisoners took a tragic turn with the suicide of 70-year-old John MacKenzie.

  • Swinging through colonial history

    Though historically jumbled, The Legend of Tarzan raises the horrific reality of genocide committed by the colonial powers.

  • Independiente del estatus quo

    Sin su propio partido y representantes políticos, la clase obrera permanecerá subordinada al sistema de bipartidista.

August 17, 2016

  • Solidarity and a new struggle for socialism

    The interest in socialism on display during this election year wasn’t born of an academic interest, but comes from the deepening social crisis.

  • The generals have put Egypt up for sale

    An Egyptian revolutionary writes from prison about the meaning of the military regime’s “gift” of two islands to Saudi Arabia.

  • Breaking the siege of Aleppo

    The people of eastern Aleppo celebrated after rebels broke through the siege imposed on them by the Syrian regime and its allies.

  • The life of an old Bolshevik

    A recent book on Alexander Shlyapnikov contributes much to our understanding of the Russian Revolution and its aftermath.

  • Who goes to prison and who doesn't

    The 1 Percent needs a crude and violent system to maintain extreme inequality and contain protest and dissent.

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