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March 22, 2018

  • Recipe for a red-state revolt

    Looming in the background of the West Virginia teachers' strike was both a rich history of labor struggle and bitterness at a deep social crisis today.

  • Glimpses of a new movement

    Educators and contributors to SW describe what they saw and thought during the March 14 school walkout against gun violence.

  • The end of the occupation

    When its troops failed to quell the Iraqi resistance, the U.S. fomented a civil war, but the occupation still ended in failure.

  • PSU adjuncts need a level deal

    PSU adjuncts and their supporters turned out to say that they deserve a fair contract and are essential to the university's functioning.

  • A superhero for #MeToo

    Resistance to sexual assault and harassment are stitched into the fabric of the second season of the Netflix show Jessica Jones.

  • Views in brief

    What banning Kratom means to me | Israel's illegal annexation | Workers shouldn't be forced to give | Socialists should advocate for nuclear energy

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March 19, 2018

  • Trump's sick answer to opioids: cops and jails

    Trump's latest plan to combat the opioid epidemic includes the death penalty and more police--a further cruel twist to the government's non-response.

  • Students walk out of school to say #Enough

    The school walkouts on March 14 honored the victims of gun violence and cast a light on the issues facing those who say: #Enough.

  • The drive to a war crime

    In spite of the largest coordinated protests in history, George Bush and the neo-cons were determined to have their war on Iraq.

  • Uncovering a C.L.R. James treasure trove

    A republished collection of masterful essays by C.L.R. James will introduce a new generation to a giant of history and Marxism.

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