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The midterm elections in the U.S. represented a limited “blue wave” and an overall rejection of Trump by the electorate. Republicans were relieved their losses weren’t worse while many progressive workers and youth were disappointed...

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America's Only Elected Female Socialist on Women and the Presidential Race...

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Sanders spoke today, November 19, at Georgetown University about democratic socialism. Kshama Sawant, Seattle´s Socialist Alternative City Councilmember, responds to his message in this video (see transcript below). Sisters and Brothers, Socialism is rising. Just...

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#MillionStudentMarch is a national day of action for free college, launched in early August that has since caught fire – leading to the organizing of over 100 protests nationwide. ...

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“When I talk about a political revolution, what everybody here has got to understand is that the billionaire class and their representatives in Washington are so powerful that the best president in the world cannot...

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American Politics in Flux: A Socialist Analysis -- In an increasing wave of social struggle we can see the outlines of new emerging movement of the left in the US....

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How should socialists respond to Sanders’ campaign? What is the best way to galvanize the radicalizing forces in U.S. society? These issues have provoked a significant debate on the left....

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#ReadyForKshama

May 3, 2015

Clearly Kshama’s not running for national office, nevertheless her race for a City Council seat in Seattle’s 3rd District this year is of truly national importance....

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When the Republicans won the midterm elections, we in Socialist Alternative argued that this did not represent a turn to the right in society. It was fueled by an anti-incumbent mood reinforced by a massive...

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No to Endless War People are understandably horrified by the litany of highly publicized beheadings by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and its affiliates, as well as the terrorist attacks in Europe...

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