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August 10, 2017

  • Capitalism doesn't give a flying f*#k

    Flying the so-called friendly skies these days is an expensive, cramped, unhealthy and abusive experience--and the free market system is to blame.

  • Dayton teachers are ready for a showdown

    This Ohio city could see its first teachers' strike in 24 years as a battle over the conditions in public schools comes to a head.

  • Chelsea Manning's uncompromising fight

    Chelsea Manning has played a vital role in exposing the lies at the heart of U.S. wars and American imperialism.

  • Joining forces against NAFTA

    As the U.S. gets set to reopen negotiations of NAFTA with Mexico and Canada, activists in San Diego are planning united resistance.

  • Indignados y valientes en Texas

    Un grupo de inmigrantes indocumentados bloqueó el tráfico en Austin, Texas, para protestar contra una draconiana ley y para alentar la resistencia.

August 9, 2017

August 8, 2017

  • Their hidden power to cure a sick system

    Most debates about health care in the U.S. ignore the people who have the most power to change the system: nurses and other health care workers.

  • Causes of the union defeat at Nissan

    The bitter defeat for the UAW at Nissan's giant Mississippi plant adds urgency to the question of how to organize the South.

  • Black Sacramento under attack

    Developers have their eyes on Sacramento-- which has meant more police violence and higher rents for its most vulnerable residents.

  • On the left sat the Bolsheviks

    An eyewitness to the Russian Revolution describes how the Petrograd of the workers developed a different attitude to Bolshevism.

August 7, 2017

August 4, 2017

  • When we beat the bosses

    The 1997 UPS strike that began 20 years ago showed that workers have the power to beat a corporate giant--and that labor's decline isn't inevitable.

August 3, 2017

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