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In 2008, Barack Obama was elected president on the back of a movement expecting change. After eight years, where the majority of any economic growth has gone to the top 1%. In the past month,...

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U.S. Perspectives Update: The Trump Regime and the Developing Rebellion Drafted by Tom Crean and Philip Locker, 2/13/17 Unanimously approved at the February National Committee Since this document was drafted the Trump regime has become...

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Just weeks into his inauguration, Trump’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency carried out a multi-state sweep of over 700 undocumented immigrants in a matter of days. Ominous Department of Homeland Security (DHS) memos have...

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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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Trade ministers reached an agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a deal which, if passed, will deepen inequality and climate change while boosting the power of multinational corporations over working people. To halt TPP will...

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The workers’ movement in Europe needs to take a lead in demanding that the refugees are granted asylum, helping organize the relief, and encouraging the refugees themselves to get organized. ...

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What is happening here is part of an international trend, which in some countries has gone much further, with the complete collapse of key establishment parties and the rapid emergence of new political forces both...

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To Limit Climate Change, We Need a Political Revolution Against the Power of Exxon, Chevron, and Shell!...

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How should socialists respond to Sanders’ campaign? What is the best way to galvanize the radicalizing forces in U.S. society? These issues have provoked a significant debate on the left....

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In aftermath of disastrous Iraq occupation, Obama administration balancing between region’s forces If it goes ahead April’s outline nuclear deal, the ‘Joint Plan of Action’, between the so- called P5+1 world powers and Iran would...

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