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Ceasefire is a first step towards justice at home and abroad
The demand for a ceasefire is a demand for justice. It is also part of a campaign to cut spending on bombs to further fund social support at home and abroad.
Book Review: Storms of the Revolution
Connecting what is to what could be forms the framework of what the socialist movement is or should be about. A new anthology seeks to address this moment.
May Day Pasts: Moments and Movements
To celebrate May Day as a single event can lead one to miss the spirit that animated its origins as an international workers holiday.
Congress, Justice and Statehood: A question of democracy
Congressional denial of the rights of DC residents has always been built on demagogy around crime and resentment.
Peekskill, 1949: What Was Lost, What Remained, What It Means Today
A look back at the late 1940s and its lost opportunities ought to give socialists pause as we consider the left's situation today.
Richard Trumka and the Search for Political Independence
Famed union leader Richard Trumka died suddenly last month at age 72. Socialists should remember his legacy to ensure labor's revival.
Recap of PG County DSA Labor Meeting: Focus on Amazon
A labor contingent in PG County reviewed organizing efforts at Amazon and eco-socialist organizing around the PRO Act.
The DSA begins its Prince George's chapter
Organizers in PG County have finally come together to help build socialism in Maryland.
The Global Commons and Solar Energy: A Review of David Schwartzman’s New Book
A review of David Schwartzman's new book, which imagines the possibility of a green future within the context of class struggle and socialism.
Voter Suppression and the State of American Democracy
The danger of authoritarian rule is real. Only broad electoral unity can face down the forces of capital that stand behind Trump's megalomania.