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Jean Swanson’s election to Vancouver City Council is a step toward a political revolution in this city. News of this historic victory is already rippling around the world. Swanson came fourth highest in the ballot....

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The midterm elections are being framed by many as either a fight for or against the Trump administration. The Democratic establishment however continues to fight for something right in the middle, shunning and even trying to force out more progressive...

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At their January meeting, the DSA National Political Committee discussed the Refoundation proposals outlined in their document “Towards an Independent Socialist Strategy for DSA Electoral Work.” The Movement for a People’s Party publicly supported these...

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We argue that the key to defeating Trump’s agenda is building independent politics on the local and national level. Ginger Jentzen stands a fighting chance to win a City Council seat in Minneapolis and Kshama...

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In the age of Trump, socialists mobilizing together can turn around U.S. politics. With millions across the country urgently searching for effective methods of resistance to the Trump administration, and Democratic leaders continuing to disappoint,...

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The Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA), a union of 20,000, consisting mostly of Registered Nurses, is the first major union endorsement for Ginger Jentzen’s campaign for Minneapolis City Council. Last year, the MNA went out on...

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We Have a Historic Opportunity to Build a Left Alternative – If We Seize It! Following Sanders’ defeat in the delegate-rich but “closed” New York primary, hope for securing the nomination is dimming. But despite...

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The petition was just launched on April 14 and already has over 16,000 signatures. You can sign on here! I’m launching this petition calling on Bernie to run independent and launch a new party. Here’s why. Despite...

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The billionaires that control the Democrats don’t want Bernie Sanders’ radical program to win. Last December, the Democratic National Committee tried to sabotage Bernie’s campaign by cutting off his access to vital voter information. The...

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As we head toward 2016, the presidential election will increasingly dominate U.S. politics, drawing in millions to political discussion. Inevitably, it will stir debate within the Black Lives Matter movement about who to support and...

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