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May 22, 2018

  • Is the left saving the Democratic Party?

    Or more to the point: Should the left save the Democrats? Progressives are facing wrath from party leaders for their primary victories, but is it worth it?

  • Striking against the Columbia union-busters

    This spring’s walkout by graduate workers to force Columbia to the bargaining table can lay the basis for a bigger fight next year.

  • UVM nurses are worthy

    A nurse practitioner at the University of Vermont Medical Center explained at a rally what health care workers are fighting for.

  • Massacres under an apartheid state

    Israel, like South Africa, is a racist apartheid state, so its latest massacre of Palestinians is an echo of South Africa’s own past.

May 21, 2018

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May 17, 2018

  • How Arizona teachers got from A to Z

    A rank-and-file educators group in Arizona led a statewide strike within months of forming. What can we learn from their success?

  • South Africa's new revolt against austerity

    A South African socialist explains how the massive marches against changes in the country's labor laws came together.

  • They can't crush the struggle in Puerto Rico

    Police in Puerto Rico, following orders from on high, attacked a May Day march against austerity measures imposed on the island.

  • UVM nurses are sick of understaffing

    Hundreds of people turned out for a march by UVM Medical Center nurses who are fighting for a contract that meets their needs.

  • Views in brief

    The AFT puts on the brakes | Why Nicaraguans are rising up | The FDA fuels opioid addiction | The reality of imperial withdrawal

May 16, 2018

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