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April 12, 2016

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  • Capital crimes from Panama to Delaware

    The shadowy world of tax shelters and shell corporations stretches to the U.S.--and most of it is perfectly legal, despite the deadly consequences.

  • What did Quebec public-sector unions achieve?

    Public-sector unions have ratified contracts with disappointing concessions that raise questions about where the fight is headed.

  • The wars in our schools

    The military's recruiters in our schools won't tell kids anything that might make them think twice about the glories of military life.

  • Another case of police murder in New Orleans

    Only a racist system could shield the cops who fired 20 bullets at someone for the "crime" of being in a car that rolled two feet.

  • Punishing union militants for fighting back

    Local leaders at auto plants in southern Italy are being punished by union leaders for protesting speedup and mandatory overtime.

  • Nuevo fervor por el socialismo

    La ira de clase que subyace la popularidad de Bernie Sanders no comenzó con su campaña, y tampoco va a terminar con ella.

April 7, 2016

  • Saving capitalism or getting rid of it?

    Bernie Sanders' mass popularity has revived interest in socialism, but it also raises a question for the left: What does socialism mean to us?

  • Inside out or outside in?

    The success of the Sanders campaign is posing an old question for socialists: Should the left work inside a party of the status quo?

  • Don't drink the Teflon

    Groundwater in New York and Vermont has been poisoned by the chemical industry, which is absurdly under-regulated.

  • The struggle to unite our fights

    Sharon Smith emphasized intersectionality and lessons of solidarity when the author's national speaking tour came to Chicago.

  • Views in brief

    A memorial for Sandy Boyer | An anti-apartheid fighter | The Trib's true colors

  • Las lecciones del chavismo

    Un revolucionario venezolano contempla la experiencia de casi dos décadas desde que el fallecido presidente Hugo Chávez asumió el poder.

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