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The spirit of the West Virginia teachers’ strike permeated the 3,000 plus attendance at the April 6-8 Labor Notes convention in Chicago. By organizing a strike, county by county, and winning in a right to...

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Urgent action needed to save Ali Feruz As if waiting for summer, when most people are thinking of resting from their daily drudgery of work, this week has seen a wave of attacks on trade...

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Mass protests against Donald Trump in the US have revived many questions around building mass movements, their goals and whether they can be achieved, and what forces need to be mobilised. Recently, the left-wing magazine Jacobin...

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Sacked Greek Vodafone trade unionist speaks in London on eve of historic referendum...

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Join the many endorsers and supporters of Kshama Sawant’s re-election campaign! We are proud to announce that the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers District Lodge 751 (IAM 751) has endorsed the Kshama Sawant...

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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 March 6th, after a militant, three-week long strike, UE Local 279 ratified a contract with Weir Valves and Controls in Ipswich, MA. The results of this strike illustrate the accomplishments that are possible...

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Rebuild the Trade Union Movement on Socialist Principles The pro-ANC right-wing of the Cosatu leadership has accomplished what the apartheid regime could not and split the 2.2 million strong trade union federation. On the night...

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Reposted from socialistpartyscotland.org.uk If the “strategists” of British capitalism believed that the narrow No vote in the independence referendum would allow politics to return to “normal”, this illusion has been shattered by the events of...

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Recent Court Rulings Value Bigotry Over Women’s Rights In the past week, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) presided over three historic setbacks for reproductive health care access as well as weakening home...

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