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Dear Sisters, I am writing to congratulate you, and other newly elected socialists, on your elections and to outline the lessons of our experience in Seattle since my first election to the city council in...

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The following document was adopted by the National Convention of Socialist Alternative in Chicago on October 20. Introduction The two years since our last national convention have witnessed incredible political convulsions. From Bernie Sanders’ campaign...

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Because of the continuing significance of the events in France in 1968, Socialist Alternative is republishing the pamphlet France 1968: Month of Revolution written by Clare Doyle of the Committee for a Workers International with...

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Statement from Socialist Alternative on New York Governor’s Election Next month, millions of New Yorkers will head to the polls hoping to defeat Republicans and open the door to progressive change in the state. But...

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The background of the current midterm elections is a chaotic situation for U.S. capitalism – an out-of-control dysfunctional regime in the White House and a growing political radicalization in society, starting first among young people...

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A wave of socialists are being elected to office across the U.S. These electoral victories show the huge openings for building the socialist movement in the coming period. But they also pose new challenges for...

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Hannah Sell, Socialist Party (CWI in England & Wales) For international solidarity against all oppression and racism Tories Out! General election now Blairites out! Mandatory reselection now The Tory government is back from its holidays...

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One hundred years after the Russian Revolution and 50 years after the revolutionary general strike in France in 1968, many on the left question whether the working class has a central role in changing society....

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A chill went was sent down the spines of millions of Americans, women in particular, when Anthony Kennedy announced his resignation from the Supreme Court in June. This acute fear is due to the prospect...

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The referendum to scrap the ban on abortion was easily passed with 66.4% to 33.6% on a turnout of over 64%, the highest ever for a referendum in Ireland. The result was nearly an exact...

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