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In this month's issue
Why we demand the abolition of ICE
We in the DSA recognize that no one is free or safe while this system of detention, deportation, fear, and intimidation, continues.
DC just saved the country millions of dollars - now, a favor
DC has been playing an increasingly assertive role in facing down the hostile occupier sitting in the White House. Now we need to ask for a favor from those outside the District.
Addressing climate change needs a short-term plan and a global one
To meet the danger of climate change, developed nations will need to organize a new global Marshall Plan with representatives from developing countries.
Trump’s EPA Proposes Changes That Would Gut U.S. Efforts to Slow Global Warming
What the Trump administration is proposing would leave the US with weaker fuel efficiency standards compared to those of the EU, Japan, China, India and even Saudi Arabia, and this could cut into Detroit’s future overseas sales.
Larry Hogan's Racist Transportation Scheme - playing to his base
In Places Journal, Alex MacGillis writes about the legacy of highway-fueled white flight in Baltimore, and the sheer resentment suburban residents feel toward transit serving the city (‘loot train’).
Why is it so easy to say the media is the enemy?
We may take a long look at our information habits and practices and realize that we may be just as impervious to new, mind-changing information as those self-identified “deplorables.”
Project Veritas: Next Steps
A Discrete Socialist
It will take all of us working together to build a strong and sustainable information security culture.
The Occupation Free DC campaign aims to end MPD program with Israeli forces
Occupation Free DC is part of a nationwide campaign led by Jewish Voice for Peace that seeks to get US law enforcement to end its “deadly exchange” with Israeli police and military.
Amending the Will of the People: I-77 Versus the “Tipped Wage Workers Amendment”
Employer lobbying groups continue to masquerade under the guise of defending worker’s rights.
Forebears of Today’s Labor Movement: Progress, Dilemmas and Setbacks
Labor militance and organization in the post-Civil War era enabled workers to make meaningful gains against corporate power. But the failure to organically connect those strands of struggle together prevented the working-class from unifying.