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After three weeks of increasingly angry mass protests, French President Emmanuel Macron suspended the massively contested tax on diesel. It remains to be seen whether this will defuse the mass movement calling for his government...

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Threat of capitalist restoration accelerates As 2014 drew to a close, 2015 was ushered in by U.S. President Obama and Cuba’s Raúl Castro announcing a series of historic agreements. These restored diplomatic relations between the...

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Quietly passed in last month’s 1,500-page federal budget was a business-led attack on pensions that will shred 40 years of retirement income rights for workers. Supported by the Obama White House, the law permits the...

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What’s wrong with the U.S. economy? That’s a question being asked not only by working people, but also by the so-called experts. The economy declined a shocking 2.9% in the first three months of the...

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Humanity is at one of the most important crossroads in its 200,000 year history. Having spread across the globe about 30,000 years ago, we advanced through various stages of hunting and gathering to develop agriculture...

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Dear readers of Socialist Alternative, I’m so proud to stand with all of you, celebrating the success of our movement. The $15/hour minimum wage victory in Seattle was the result of workers, community organizers, and...

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