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Rebuild A Fighting Labor Movement Marty Harrison, Philadelphia The explosive growth of the Wisconsin demonstrations in 2011 from  thousands to tens of thousands, the dogged defense of the occupation of the Capitol, and the outpouring...

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Rebuilding a fighting left, based on bold demands like a $15/hour minimum wage and ending Right to Work legislation, is crucial to challenging Brownback’s corporate agenda. ...

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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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Imagine a world of seven billion people in which 85 of the richest individuals own more wealth than the bottom half of humanity combined. Such a world is where we live....

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““With just days remaining until a cascade of economic events crash onto Washington, the budget showdown between Congressional Republicans, Senate Democrats and President Obama is growing only more tangled.” ” – –New York Times (9/26/13) This...

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The Wisconsin battle has gripped the nation. In a matter of days working people, in both the public and private sectors, along with many unemployed and students, rose up to challenge Walker’s attempt to cripple...

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