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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.

  • The outrage before the upset

    The sweetness of Loyola's upset victory in the NCAA basketball tournament is soured for students by police violence on campus.

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March 14, 2018

  • Trump declares war on California's sanctuaries

    Recent raids in Northern California signal an escalation of the administration's attack on state and local sanctuary policies--but they are spurring protest.

  • Forging solidarity from Mingo to Manhattan

    Three West Virginia teachers traveled to New York City to speak at a solidarity meeting in the wake of their strike victory.

  • Democracy 1, War Machine 0

    Given a rare say about whether to locally base the Pentagon's notorious F-35 fighter, voters in Burlington, Vermont, said no.

  • What the teachers are teaching us

    Understanding how West Virginia teachers won their strike will help labor activists looking to the challenges ahead for unions.

  • La doctrina del trauma en PR

    Tras los huracanes, la crisis puertorriqueña ha alcanzado niveles catastróficos, pero la crisis no es nueva ni fue provocada por los huracanes.

March 13, 2018

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