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Is Donald Trump a Fascist?

There have been a lot of references to GOP presidential contender Donald Trump being a “fascist” on social media. We should exercise some caution in using this term to refer to “the Donald.” Certainly, this “Trump as fascist” theme has gained some credibility with the endorsement of David Duke, former Grand Dragon of the KKK, […]

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Avoiding the Lesser-Evil Trap

In every U.S. election cycle liberals, and some on the left, tell us that we have to vote for the “lesser-evil,” which mainly translates as a call for a vote for Democrats in order to “stop the ultraright.” Reformist socialists in the laughably misnamed Communist Party USA advise us that we have to defeat the […]

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“Why did they shoot me?” Trenton, NJ, teen shot seven times by cops

A Trenton, NJ, teen remains in stable condition more than a week after police shot him while he was fleeing. Radazz Hearns was shot 7 times in the buttocks and legs by a Mercer County Sherif’s Deputy and a NJ State Trooper who were allegedly responding to a report of gunfire in the area. Witnesses […]

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VOICES FROM GREECE: “The Course Taken by the Tsipras Government Subverts the Mandate of the Greek People!”

The massive “NO” vote in the July 5 referendum in Greece represented a massive victory for the Greek people on behalf of the workers and peoples throughout Europe. This result was not a given beforehand. Just three days earlier, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras had considered cancelling the referendum. There was pressure from every quarter, […]

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No Compromises: No Fast Track, No TPP, No Way!

An editorial in the June 20 San Francisco Chronicle welcomed President Obama to San Francisco for the U.S. Mayor’s Conference and then went on to urge “out-of-touch” Democrats in Congress to support the latest deal concocted by the White House and the Republicans that offers job benefits to workers who lose their jobs as a […]

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Charleston: Call It What It Is — A Racist Terrorist Attack!

On Wednesday, June 17, a white nationalist and neo-confederate extremist murdered nine Black people in Charleston, South Carolina’s historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church. The shooter, Dylann Storm Roof, gunned down six women and three men during evening bible study, stating, “you rape our women and you’re taking over our country.” One of the […]

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Presentation by Fernanda Justo, Political Activist in Mexico, to the Opening Session of the Second Labor Fightback Conference

Presentation by Fernanda Justo, Political Activist in Mexico, to the Opening Session of the Second Labor Fightback Conference (Rutgers, N.J. – May 15, 2015) [Photo: Fernanda Justo at San Francisco City College AFT Rally] Good afternoon sisters and brothers, Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to participate in this important conference. I am Fernanda […]

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Bernie Sanders and the U.S. Left: What Sort of Alternative Should We Pose in 2016?

On April 29, Senator Bernie Sanders announced his bid for the Presidential nomination of the Democratic Party. Sanders, who refers to himself as an “independent democratic socialist,” immediately sparked a debate on the nature of his campaign on the U.S. left. An honest and nonsectarian exchange of views about how the left should address the […]

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Justice for Freddie Gray! Jail Killer Cops! National Guard Out of Baltimore!

PRESENTATION [Updated May 2] [Photo by Washington Times] Published below you will find a statement issued on April 28 by the Socialist Organizer National Committee in solidarity with the uprising in Baltimore. Since this statement was issued a number of developments have occurred, most notably, the indictment of six police officers on charges relating to […]

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Fight for $15 Demands a Raise for Low-Wage Workers

On April 15, there were mobilizations in more than 200 cities calling for an increase in the minimum wage involving as many as 60,000 workers. This year’s actions represent a step forward for the movement of low-wage workers. The Service Employees International Union-initiated Fight for $15 led a combination of job actions and mass mobilizations, […]

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