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Should the public trust approval voting?
An innocuous sounding voting system is being boosted by some of the biggest enemies of the working-class.
The future of energy policy (ft. We Power's Tom McBrien)
What would a future with publicly owned power look like, and how do we get there?
What will the future of housing policy look like?
A discussion with DSA member and Stomp Out Slumlords tenant organizer Katlyn Cotton on the socialist vision of housing.
The Work of Art in the Age of AI
A troubling new technology risks deteriorating working conditions for working artists.
What do YIMBYs of NOVA really want?
YIMBYs of NOVA promises to "make housing affordable to all" through more development. However, its leaders' ideological commitments call to question just how much their proposals will result in real gain for NOVA's working-class.
Arlington County's "Missing Middle" is a Red Herring
How Arlington rebranded Reaganomics as “diversity.”
Mayor Bowser's botched public safety policy
It's simple to wave your hand and say you will hire an unrealistic number of police officers. But reality is more complicated than that.
Mayor Muriel Bowser and the housing fund she mismanaged
The vehicle Mayor Bowser is using to build more affordable units is not well managed, and her administration has a history of using it to reward developers that do not perform the best.
When Socialism Came to Reading, Pennsylvania
The history of this old socialist stronghold contains lessons for those building and sustaining working-class power today.