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Ramp workers at Delta Airlines are organizing to get a union under the guidance of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) union. Last year Delta recorded a profit of $4.4 billion, almost...

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As graduate students across the country struggle to cope with rising tuition and costs of living, those who work as teaching and research assistants at private universities have been fighting for the right to collectively...

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On August 14, Allegheny Technologies Incorporated (ATI), one of the world’s largest specialty metal manufacturing companies, announced that they had decided to lock out over 2,200 workers at their production facilities in six states. The...

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As the Labour Party prepares to send out ballots for its leadership contest, The Socialist asked Judy Beishon some questions on the Socialist Party’s view of Jeremy Corbyn’s challenge so far....

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Both the House and Senate have passed “fast track” authorization giving President Obama the go-ahead to finish negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership which he can now present for an up or down vote without amendment. Winning fast track...

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Figuring out a strategy to change the world requires that we must go deeper in our understanding of inequality, class, and power in society....

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On February 20, the ILWU reached a tentative agreement for a new 5-year contract with the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA). And on April 3, ILWU Coast Longshore Caucus delegates voted by a margin of 78%...

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40,000 Seattle workers got a raise on April 1, but there was resistance from the University of Washington administration to implementation and from the Seattle Metro to informing Seattleites ...

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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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American society today is in a state of simmering discontent. Space is growing for a fightback in workplaces, on the streets, and at the ballot box....

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