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Andre Ferrari, LSR (CWI in Brazil) Almost 2 months since he came to power, Jair Bolsonaro has confirmed all the worst expectations in relation to his government. He has waged war on the workers, the...

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Thirty-six years after the Nation at Risk report commissioned by the Reagan administration –   which first rang the alarm about the “crisis” of public education – launched the corporate “education reform” drive, events have...

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Socialist Alternative and Kshama Sawant made history in 2013 and 2015 by winning and retaining a seat on Seattle City Council as an independent socialist. This showed that openings exist for socialists to run serious...

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Working people in New York have been growing increasingly angry about the skyrocketing cost of housing  — and rightly so. Rental prices have shot up far beyond the rate of wage growth, fueling the popularity...

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This past December, then-Ohio Governor John Kasich signed the “method ban” bill into law, which prohibits “evacuation and dilation,” the most common method of second-trimester abortions in the state. This method is used in 1-in-6...

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The Democratic Party leadership has claimed political victory in negotiations with Trump on border security in avoiding another government shutdown. Yet the figures tell a different story. Trump got a $1.4 billion, 55-mile down payment...

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We’re now a month on from the end of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history and we need to remember how this shutdown actually came to an end. The corporate media worked overtime to...

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By Per-Åke Westerlund, member of Rättvisepartiet Socialisterna (sister organization of Socialist Alternative in Sweden) 100 years ago, on March 2, 1919, 53 delegates from left and communist parties gathered at a congress in Moscow, with...

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When West Virginia teachers went on strike on February 19 and 20 for the second time in as many years, they were fighting against an “omnibus education bill” that was directly aimed at them. This...

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The United States has a 200-year-long history of intervening in Latin American politics to protect its geopolitical and economic interests. All of these invasions and interventions have been aimed at preventing radical or revolutionary movements...

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