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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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Eight years ago, Wall Street bet against American families and caused the Great Recession, an economic collapse on a scale that hadn’t been seen in 80 years. Voters then elected Barack Obama, a self-proclaimed activist,...

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For anyone who has been following Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, you may have caught wind of her newly found progressive ideas, pro-LGBTQ stances, and vague critique of Wall Street – which is funding her campaign....

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A U.S. colony in all but name, Puerto Rico faces a  debt crisis which is the byproduct of over a century of subjection by U.S. imperialism combined with the wreckage caused by contemporary casino capitalism....

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The Big Short brings an understanding of the housing collapse to a mass audience, while exposing the underlying corruption of the financial system....

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Who Does Hillary Serve?

January 11, 2016

Hillary is trying to package herself as Bernie-lite, but her long political record says otherwise....

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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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Decision Time for Democratic Populists In recent months, many progressives have been holding out hope that Elizabeth Warren might throw her hat in the ring to be the next Democratic presidential nominee. MoveOn.org has collected...

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Traducido al Español por Alexis Vigo (English version) Crece el espacio para la lucha en el trabajo, en las calles y en la urna electoral La sociedad americana de hoy día hierve en su descontento. La...

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American society today is in a state of simmering discontent. Space is growing for a fightback in workplaces, on the streets, and at the ballot box....

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