SOCIALISMThe 8-hour day didn’t just happen
In celebration of May Day, a look at Karl Marx’s writings on the struggle for a shorter workday.
LABORLabor Weather Report
A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle.
From the ArchivesStrong Medicine: Toxic Capitalism and the Socialist Cure
We revisit feminist author Megan Cornish's talk at the Imagine Revolution Conference held in Seattle in November 2002.
US GovernmentState Department: the good cop?
The “bad cop” Pentagon uses military force while the State Dept. uses diplomatic pressure — but both options are wielded as tools of war.
CultureAngry? You’re not alone, sister!
Longtime economic and social oppression are wearing thin, and women are getting ticked off.
InternationalUS Navy expands its reach
New Zealand’s historic and heroic ban of U.S. warships is being compromised by “junior imperialists” in the N.Z. government.
AustraliaStand with public sector workers!
Resist state interference in the union movement.
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