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Venezuela Was Supposed to Be Easy

After Juan Guaidó’s fumbling coup attempt in Venezuela, it appears advocates of regime change have fallen flat on their faces. But anti-imperialist mobilization is still as necessary as ever.

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  • Issue No. 32
  • Winter 2019

A True Story of the Future

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Antislavery Wasn’t Mainstream, Until It Was

After Republicans lost their first election in 1856, the nineteenth-century Nate Silvers were happy to declare the antislavery movement a radical, fringe idea. Four years later, Abraham Lincoln won on a radical program of change.

Eleven Theses on Venezuela

US policy towards Venezuela is not motivated by a concern for democracy or human rights. And its arrogant intervention is making the country’s humanitarian crisis even worse.

From Brexit to a United Ireland

The crisis surrounding Britain’s break with the EU has revitalized support for Irish unity. Yet with Brexit still hanging in the balance, Sinn Féin’s path to its historic goal is anything but clear.

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