Algeria is in the throes of a revolutionary moment. But having overthrown dictator Abdelaziz Bouteflika last spring, the movement must now find a way to return the class issue to the center of politics or risk watching the revolutionary moment slip away.
Brian Bean is a socialist activist and writer living in Chicago.
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