Oakland teachers aren’t just fighting for a living wage and better working conditions. They’re fighting against the closure of dozens of schools, which would pave the way for the privatization and destruction of public education.
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The Labour Party defectors keep repeating the tired centrist refrain that the public is hungering for moderation. The whole history of the past generation shows otherwise.
In 1990 Albania’s students were key to bringing down a decrepit regime. Today, they are fighting the order that replaced it.
Three months since the gilets jaunes protesters first blockaded roads around France, the movement has created a crisis in Emmanuel Macron’s presidency — and one that’s due to last.
Jeanette Taylor is a community activist on Chicago’s South Side running for city council. In an interview, Taylor explains why she participated in a month-long hunger strike to reopen a school, how to fight inequality in the city, and her vision for a working-class Chicago.
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Cooperation Jackson leader Kali Akuno on the Green New Deal, the need for mass civil disobedience, and the necessity of building an internationalist movement for eco-socialism.
A Green New Deal can’t deliver economic or environmental justice without tackling the housing crisis. We should go big and build 10 million beautiful, public, no-carbon homes over the next 10 years.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal resolution channels the fire of the climate movement and popular support for truly bold environmental action. Only the Left is offering climate solutions that could actually work.
A radical Green New Deal would open up enormous possibilities for human flourishing — and allow us to reclaim the language of freedom from the Right.
Bernie Sanders is running for president again. His message is simple: there’s a class war raging and working people need to win it.
Oakland teachers are on strike today to defeat plans by the superrich to take over and dismantle their public schools.
Ugo Okere is a 22-year-old Nigerian immigrant and democratic socialist running for Chicago City Council. In an interview, he describes his history as an activist, the smears he’s faced from the incumbent, and why democratic socialism “is about democratic control of every single facet of our life.”
Donald Trump’s announced withdrawal from Syria would actually entrench US imperialism in the region — and open up the Kurds’ revolution in Rojava to extermination and colonization.
Sarah Isgur Flores’s whole career is based on shading the truth at the behest of the GOP. Bafflingly, she’ll now be driving CNN’s news coverage.
In This Issue
Economic historian Adam Tooze on a decade of shattered illusions and the limits of the neoliberal imagination.
The internal workings of American politics are usually boring as hell. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is making them compulsively watchable — and going after billionaires’ control of our political system in the process.
How New York City socialists and their allies combined electoral muscle with front-stoop politicking to keep Amazon’s headquarters out of the city.
Liberals and conservatives alike love to decry AOC’s Green New Deal as “unrealistic.” But what’s really unrealistic is continuing on the path of denial and incrementalism we’re on now.
As 2020 approaches, we indulge in some crass Sunday morning horse-race punditry.
The attacks on Ilhan Omar mirror the bid to paint Jeremy Corbyn as an enemy of Jews. The Labour Party’s recent history tells US socialists how we can resist such smears — while also fighting antisemitism.