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What now for the world economy? All is not well with capitalism. Economic jitters parallel political volatility. Stock market highs in December turned to mass share sell-offs in February. Colossal personal and governmental debt stalks...

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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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Territorial disputes resemble pieces on a ‘geopolitical chessboard’ as the US and China struggle for hegemony in Asia Vincent Kolo, chinaworker.info Tensions between the US and China over the South China Sea, which have been...

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Originally published at CounterPunch.org. Bernie Sanders’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton has hugely disappointed millions of his supporters. Many of those inspired by his call for a political revolution had held out hope, even until now,...

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It is now absolutely clear that the Republican establishment has utterly lost control of their party’s primary process. Normally candidates who are not acceptable to the party’s elected officials and corporate donors are weeded out...

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America's Only Elected Female Socialist on Women and the Presidential Race...

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Clinton’s Feminism

December 29, 2015

Breaking Glass Ceilings, Reinforcing the Corporate Agenda One hundred years ago, women lacked the right to vote. Sixty years ago, women were mostly relegated to the role of housewife, with only a narrow range of...

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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 most important thing about the Sanders campaign is the enthusiasm it is building for the idea of a political revolution against the billionaire class and the popularizing of socialism. ...

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Sanders says, and we agree, that “the only way we succeed is when millions of people stand up and decide to engage.” But what kind of engagement?...

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