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In this month's issue
Social Justice and Peace in the Mid-East: Meeting with Rep Anthony Brown
A meeting with Rep. Anthony Brown reassured a leery left-wing delegation, but left some room for improvement.
Can campaign finance reform be the cornerstone of a progressive movement?
Getting money out of politics doesn't change the structures and institutions within which politicians operate.
Hegemony How-To -- Smucker's road map has utility
How do socialists breach capitalism? Smucker's how-to provides some guidance.
Response to the April 2017 DSA Internationalism Report
DSA should reject calls to leave the Socialist International.
MDC DSA aids CWA in strike and struggle
The weekend of May 19th-21st, CWA workers at AT&T Mobility went on one of the largest retail worker strikes in U.S. history.
June 3 Rally Demands Removal of a Monument to Racism
For the residents of DC, the Marshall monument is an affront to our city.
Paid sick leave veto may backfire on Hogan
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan delivered his long-threatened veto of HB1 -- it must be used against him.
It's time for us to look at parties differently
Larry Stafford Jr.
A plan for how to use extant political parties to the advantage of progressives.
DSA panel offers participants alternate paths to a Green Economy
A lengthy recollection of DSA's engagement in the People's Climate March - and the panel we hosted before it.
MDC DSA Members Vote to Maintain Observer Status in Socialist International
Members of MDC DSA met to debate DSA's position in the Socialist International.