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Can we really force the vote?
The progressive project of forcing a vote on Medicare for All is high-stakes. Boosters from the commanding heights of lefty media are promoting the idea without fully acknowledging the effort it might entail.
DMV socialists demand relief for the working class
DMV socialists took to the streets of Washington in order to highlight the dire need for bold federal action to address the ongoing suffering of the working-class.
Embrace the Base
Historical precedent shows that Democrats win when they embrace the grassroots demands of their party. If Democrats want to build a winning coalition, they will need to recruit the left to watch their back.
Best Reads for 2020
A collection of intriguing articles that have been passed around the socialist universe from 2020.
A World Which Could Be Free
The anti-capitalist theories provided by the late-philosopher Mark Fisher can help us make sense of the tragedies inflicted by the coronavirus - and build a new class politics in its wake.
300,000: COVID-19 by the numbers
In mid-December the United States passed a grim milestone: 300,000 lives lost to the COVID-19 pandemic. How do we even begin to process how many have died?
Reflections from 1992: DSA and Single-Payer
This article from February 1992 set out the state of play for the single-payer movement at the time. As in 2020, a recession was making millions of Americans anxious about their own access to health care.
2020 Steering Committee Report
MDC DSA Steering Committee
Update delivered to the chapter at the 2020 MDC DSA chapter convention
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