The right wing’s unholy weapon against social progress is decades old.
internationalPuerto Rico’s debt crisis
Congressional solution threatens to make impoverishment even worse.
people of colorRevolutionary Integration
A controversial theory for radical change that opposes Black Nationalism and relies on Black leadership for U.S. revolution.
soapboxIslamaphobia: the new “Red” scare
Fearmongering, hysteria, intolerance, racism ... yes, it’s yet another manufactured witch-hunt.
editorialSolidarity with Verizon strikers
Stand up to union busting now.
editorialTrump’s dangerous energy advisor
He loves coal and denies climate change.
editorialHarsh austerity hits Greeks
European bankers should cancel the debt.
Organizing Uber; eyewitness report on the Chicago teacher’s strike; and how mandatory arbitration guts workers’ rights.
Bernadette Logue and Doreen McGrath
laborLabor Weather Report
A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle.
letters to the editorMexican union leader jailed
Also: BYU blames sexual assault victims, and more.
electionsUS left on Bernie Sanders
socialismFreedom Socialist Party at 50
A look at the happy union of Bolshevism and feminism — fifty years and going strong!
internationalChina’s rising strike wave
Workers in China face an uphill battle for independent unions.
political prisonersNestora Salgado freed
International campaign wins freedom as fight continues to free political prisoners in Mexico.
radical womenTrans trailblazers
Since Compton and Stonewall, trans activists have been in the forefront of the struggle for equal rights for all.
healthcareZika virus: a preventable crisis
This disease that hits the impoverished hardest could have been thwarted decades ago.
book reviewSaving Capitalism
What’s to save?
movementsHorizontalism falls flat
Does a leaderless movement mean more democracy? Nay, it does not.
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