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In this month's issue
Election 2020: Be Ready for Anything
How might the 2020 election be stolen, and how will the opposition fight back?
District Educators Cannot Be Pitted Against Families and Other Workers
As the Washington Teachers Union battles against reopening plans set forth by Mayor Bowser, the need for working-class solidarity is more apparent than ever.
Reflections from 1984: Interview with Josphine Butler
A republished interview from 1984 with DC statehood and environmental activist Josphine Butler.
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.
Homeless disenfranchisement in the United States: State election barriers, analysis, and best practices
Robert Nordahl and Kristian Berhost
A research study on voter disenfranchisement among homeless populations - and how to correct it.
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.
Arctic Heat Melts Our Future
As the world beings to realize more dramatic accelerants to climate change, the need for global mobilization becomes more urgent than ever.
Hope in the Heart of Empire
Making sense of DC's local political campaigns, which are continuing on in the shadow of what is shaping up to be a tumultuous general election.