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September 19, 2017

September 18, 2017

  • We the democracy

    During a presidency when every week seems to produce a new outrage, we need to tear down the façade and set our sights on a fuller democracy.

  • Raising the red lantern

    In his history of the Russian Revolution, October, China Miéville brings together Marxist history and inspired literary writing.

  • Make DePaul a real sanctuary campus

    Providing a welcoming environment for undocumented students should include doing everything possible to challenge ICE.

  • In search of self-emancipation in Venezuela

    Fulfilling a vision for socialism in Venezuela will require a struggle to ensure democratic control over society rests with workers.

  • Por DACA y todo inmigrante

    El desafío más grande contra el ataque de Trump no fueron las críticas liberales, sino la oleada de protestas a través de los Estados Unidos.

September 15, 2017

  • In defense of anti-fascism

    Following last month's rallies against the far right, there has been a flurry of liberal critiques of the violence of...the anti-fascists.

  • Ethnic cleansing in Myanmar

    Hundreds of thousands of Muslims in Myanmar have fled for their lives from barbaric violence directed by the military.

September 14, 2017

  • When the teachers turned Chicago union red

    Five years ago, the Chicago Teachers Union won a major strike victory against Rahm Emanuel--but today, teachers face battles on multiple fronts.

  • The right tried to return to Portland...and failed

    More than 1,000 well-organized protesters successfully prevented the far right from making a comeback in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Madison rallies to defend DACA

    A march led by undocumented students took over the Wisconsin State Capitol building in Madison in a spirited show of defiance.

  • Santa Fe brutalizes Native activists

    Santa Fe police attacked Native activists protesting a city celebration of conquest, and local officials are backing the cops.

  • The spirit of the Syrian people

    Osama Alomar's book conveys the hope of the Syrian Revolution and the despair of the ongoing counterrevolution.

September 13, 2017

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