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In this month's issue
"No Fascist USA:" What We Mean
Much has been written on the formation of fascist regimes -- Trumps' march matches them.
Suicide by Climate
There are impressive coalitions of climate activist groups forming, both at the local level and nationally to contest Trump's suicidal climate agenda.
Assessing Russia's threat without demonizing it
To avoid the trap of allowing misleading rhetoric to dictate our policies, we need to continue to articulate and organize around an alternative world view.
Legislative process: a model of capitalist distraction
The big problems that plague our society can only be solved with an effort that matches the size of their danger.
Metro DC DSA's Socialist Salon with Matt Bruenig and Prof. Kurban
A DSA event sparks a lively discussion on UBI, wealth taxation, and capital redistribution.
McCarthyism in Maryland? Bill blacklists supporters of Palestinian human rights
Maryland lawmakers should not violate the free speech rights of their residents in order to continue a culture of impunity for violating Palestinian human rights.
Affordable housing in Arlington is a challenge for activists
How gentrifying municipalities like Arlington lose their affordable housing -- and how to stop it.
DSA Urges DC Government to Defend Immigrant Residents
Even as cities across the country declare themselves as sanctuaries, DC has come under special scrutiny due to its colonial status.
Interstate Sound Barriers can provide PV Solar to Metrorail
The sun and wind are public resources and will bring in a new era of regionally based power. By directly tying them into local governments and organizations we can be sure that they serve the public.
Our Future: Confronting the Past in the Present
James Baldwin was an astute cultural critic, observing the nature of how legacies of oppression fan out through all manner of life.