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In this month's issue
Coming home…after 38 years?
While the DSOC of my youth had a strong presence of 20 to 30-year olds, there was also a noticeable contingent of members in their 40s and 50s. Successful organizing will find a way to incorporate older members into the fight for socialism.
Bowser Exploits DC Racial Divide to Boost her Power
The progressive faction on the council has largely pursued policies to benefit the majority of DC residents, but Reeder’s rise shows they have not made necessary connections with the District’s lower-income minority communities.
The DSA of the Future
The expanding number of DSA chapters around the country have an overwhelmingly local focus on hyper-specific issues.
IPCC rings alarm bells on climate
At least in the near to mid-term future, even green socialists need to hope that “green” capitalist corporations make advances in the development of revolutionizing the capitalist energy sector away from reliance on fossil fuels.
NHK's Asia Insight: A Window to Developing Countries
Our news organizations do not focus on how the world is developing. Japan's NHK, available on many US cable listings, provides a fresh and different format.
Patience, Passion and Principle
To bring about that change means not only endurance and a deep-rooted humanism.
The socialist left must forge a competent and peaceful foreign policy
Democratic socialism must create ample space for a robust peace movement in material policy platforms. Authoritarianism, war, climate change and imperialism must be confronted with conviction.