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The midterm elections in the U.S. represented a limited “blue wave” and an overall rejection of Trump by the electorate. Republicans were relieved their losses weren’t worse while many progressive workers and youth were disappointed...

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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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Like the struggle to win a $15 an hour minimum wage, the movement for free public higher education in the United States has gained significant momentum over the past two years. ...

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Fight for Black Freedom!

July 14, 2015

Mass movements in reaction to the murders of Emmett Till in 1955 and Mike Brown last year have become a way to tell the world that Black lives are just as important as that of...

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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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Referendum earthquake sees working class boldly defy Troika and Greece’s servile ruling class! Editorial comment by Xekinima (CWI Greece), 6 July 2015 Yesterday’s Greek referendum saw the working class gave a powerful reply to the...

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Events in Greece have thrown the entire Eurozone into crisis and threaten its very existence. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a referendum for 5 July proposing a ‘No’ vote on the demands of the...

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While Dylann Roof appears to have acted alone, he was inspired by a white supremacist ideology with deep roots in American society in general and the South in particular...

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On May 16th, Bernie Sanders introduced legislation to Congress to make all public colleges and universities tuition-free. This is a welcome measure, but it has zero chance of passing through Congress...

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Nepal, one of the poorest countries in South Asia, has been further devastated by the recent wave of earthquakes in April and May. More than 5,000 people have perished....

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