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November 29, 2016

  • The contribution of students

    Students and student activism still have a central role to play in any bid to oppose the system, especially on a local level.

November 28, 2016

November 24, 2016

  • Was America ever great?

    Donald Trump promises to "Make America great again"--which begs the question that Thanksgiving raises about the real history of the U.S.

  • The Trump years: A history in tweets

    This week, we let the Twitter history of @Donald Trump document his presidency, from the heady first days to the people's revolution.

November 23, 2016

  • They turned Standing Rock into a war zone

    An eyewitness tells what happened when authorities unleashed a vicious attack on peaceful protesters trying to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

  • We stand with Kshama Sawant

    The socialist on the Seattle City Council is under attack for calling for inauguration protests--and for being a woman of color.

  • South Koreans want Park out

    The government of President Park Geun-hye is reeling from corruption scandals--and South Korean workers are taking the streets.

  • What connects el-Sisi and Trump

    With capitalism in quasi-permanent crisis, the masses of people have lost confidence in traditional political elites to provide answers.

  • Russia's reaction to the Trump earthquake

    Trump's admiration for Vladimir Putin was a strange feature of the fall campaign, but what will that mean for imperial relations?

November 22, 2016

  • Why Wisconsin went for Trump

    Donald Trump's upset victories in "Rustbelt" states like Wisconsin were a shock, but looking back, the writing has been on the wall for a while.

  • Putting a dent in the Hoffa machine

    With a near-victory in recent elections, the Teamsters United slate took on James P. Hoffa and his concessionary administration.

  • Aiding and abetting the rise of Trumpism

    The mainstream media are questioning their role in Donald Trump's election--but ignoring some of the most obvious answers.

  • U.S. labor's early battles

    Plutocracy: Solidarity Forever documents the rise of American capitalism and the toll inflicted on workers and the oppressed.

  • Who will be North Carolina's governor?

    North Carolina may yet toss out the governor who pushed the state's notorious "bathroom bill"--but he's fighting the election result.

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