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Jack Willis and Luke Eckenrod “Prison is a second-by-second assault on the soul, a day-to-day degradation of the self, an oppressive steel and brick umbrella that transforms seconds into hours and hours into days.” Mumia...

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Wage-theft, a billion dollar money maker for companies who cheat their workers, is an often ignored claim in our for-profit legal system. One worker’s claim may amount to less than a few thousand dollars. While...

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On Wednesday, June 27, the Supreme Court issued its long awaited decision in the case of Janus v. AFSCME. This ruling is a bold escalation in the ongoing campaign by the right to clear the...

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Temperatures are falling, but things are heating up in Madison, WI. At the Dane County Board of Supervisors’ final budget hearing in November, hundreds of residents furiously drowned out the Board’s vote to spend $108...

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Residents of Madison, Wisconsin are showing out in force to defeat the Dane County Board of Supervisors plan to spend $108 million on a new jail construction project, and instead demand that the money be...

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By Peter McGrain, Madison Socialist Alternative Residents of Madison, Wisconsin received a rude reminder that active fascists exist in their city when a monument dedicated to Wisconsin volunteers who fought against Franco in the Spanish...

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In exchange for $3 billion from the state government, electronics giant Foxconn will build a massive factory in Wisconsin. What’s good for big business is good for the rest of us. Right? Given who’s promoting...

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Hundreds of people have already attended Beyond Bernie public meetings all over the nation. Hosted by Socialist Alternative and Movement4Bernie here are reports from the meetings from the weekend of July 9-10. More posted here!...

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George Martin Fell Brown, Madison, WI Five years ago, the city of Madison, Wisconsin became the setting for the U.S. labor movement’s biggest battle  in nearly twenty years, as hundreds of thousands took to the street...

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As we go to press, a settlement of the Kohler strike has been announced which was rapidly ratified by UAW members by a large majority. It appears that the deal includes significant wage gains but...

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