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Regardless of the outcome of the Paris talks, we cannot rely on the capitalist world leaders to solve the climate crisis. That task is up to us. The failed climate talks in Kyoto, Copenhagen, and...

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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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It barely rains in California anymore.  In the face of an historic drought, Democratic Governor Jerry Brown has mandated the state’s first ever rationing of water.  The state is in its fourth year of a...

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To stop climate change we need to win over the majority of working people to a socialist alternative....

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The announcement that President Obama plans to veto a “Republican-backed” bill approving the KXL (KXL) is rightfully seen as a victory for the environmental movement and a direct result of their persistent campaigning. However, it’s...

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Jack Zhang interviewed Seamus Whelan, a leader in the campaign to Stop the West Roxbury Lateral pipeline (SWRL) and a Socialist Alternative (SA) member. More info can be found at SWRL.info. Zhang: What is the West...

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On January 20, 2015 Socialist Alternative member and Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant gave the #SocialistResponse to President Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address. The transcript is below. Check out last year’s response here: http://sawant.seattle.gov/response-to-obamas-state-of-the-union-address/...

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Pete Dickinson is a member of the Socialist Party (CWI in England & Wales) Have capitalist governments around the world finally woken up to the danger of global warming? Renewable energy raised its share of...

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In a basement bar in New York City, nearly one hundred supporters of Howie Hawkins, the Green Party candidate for Governor, gathered to celebrate a historic election result. Despite the re-election of union-busting Democrat Andrew...

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The space for independent left politics is growing. With record levels of poverty, ongoing war, environmental destruction, the situation cries out for an alternative to corporate politics. From Ferguson, to 15 Now, to climate change –...

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