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A Response to Bhaskar Sunkara At the end of June, in the midst of a growing discussion about socialism in the United States, Bhaskar Sunkara published an important op-ed in the New York Times entitled “Socialism’s Future May Be...

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On 5 July 2015 a historic referendum took place in Greece against the European troika’s austerity memorandum, with a tremendous 61.5% majority vote for No. But two years later, ANDROS PAYIATOS from Xekinima (CWI in...

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The IMF now calls for state intervention to stimulate the ailing global economy. And many on the left also propose Keynesian-style policies. So, does this mean the IMF would welcome a Corbyn-led government in Britain?...

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Now let’s finish the job Hannah Sell, Socialist Party (CWI in England & Wales) Jeremy Corbyn appears to be on course to be re-elected as Labour leader in September. But the bitter right-wing struggle against...

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The election of the Syriza government in February 2015 was greeted with enthusiastic support by working class people in Greece and across Europe, only to turn into bitter disappointment after its capitulation to the Troika...

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"I feel at home here." Those were the words so many of the people attending Socialism 2014 used to describe their response to this Socialist Party weekend event....

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Anyone concerned about the challenges – and possibilities – of building a movement against Corporate America and their two-party system will be interested in An Unreasonable Man, an excellent new documentary about Ralph Nader. The...

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