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No Is Not Enough:  Resisting Trump’s Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need  By Naomi Klein  Published by Haymarket Books (2017), $16.95  Reviewed by Laura Fitzgerald, Socialist Party (CWI in Ireland) “[Trump is] the...

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Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election signifies a war on workers, on women, on immigrants, on LGBTQ people and racial minorities. But for some, it signifies a war on truth itself. The Oxford...

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The election of Donald Trump sent a shiver down the spine of every progressive working person across the country. Behind the facade of “making America great” and creating jobs lies an administration of, by, and...

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This article was written before the allegation of Russian hacking of the U.S. presidential election was made. Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 U.S. presidential election came as a shock to people of all different...

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La población en EEUU y en el resto del mundo se despertó con una de las noticias políticas más impactantes que se recuerdan, la elección de Donald Trump como presidente. Era la culminación de un...

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People in the U.S. and around the world awoke today to one of the most shocking political upsets in living memory with the election of Donald Trump as president. It was the culmination of an...

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The country is “slouching towards the mutual assured destruction of our political system.” – William S. Cohen, former secretary of defence under Bill Clinton In this election between the two least popular presidential candidates in...

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The specter of Ralph Nader has haunted the Democratic Party throughout the final months of the 2016 election. Worried that disaffected voters would be drawn to candidates like the Green Party’s Jill Stein, Clinton’s super...

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This election has been the most polarizing and divisive election we have seen in recent times. Donald Trump’s violent and repulsive rhetoric leaves many people seeing no choice but to choose the “lesser evil” candidate....

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Sunday’s Presidential debate was the most brutal and personalized in recorded history, further alienating people from two candidates who are already deeply unpopular. The recording of Trump bragging about sexually assaulting women has become the...

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