internationalThe “American Centuries”
Three stories investigate the term and the global wreckage left in its wake: a scathing look at the history, from Henry Luce to Barack Obama; an explanation of imperialism’s role in the rise of ISIS; and why U.S. soldiers need a union.
Monica Hill, Steven Strauss, Steve Hoffman
political prisonersRasmea Odeh and the “war on dissent”
The conviction of this Palestinian feminist and activist should give every U.S. resident pause.
soapboxThe world doesn’t suck
At least not all the time. Twenty examples of good stuff from 2014.
book reviewSelf-defense and civil rights
Hidden history: the vital role played by armed self-defense in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s South, as told by an organizer of the time.
editorialMidterm elections: a case of the blahs
The lowest turnout in 72 years speaks volumes.
Whose community are they protecting, anyway?
socialismThe FSP and minimum wage
A job posting fuels righteous indignation among right-wingers.
laborLabor Weather Report
A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle.
obituaryLen Stephan, 1936-2014
Environmentalist, musician, and longtime friend of the Freedom Socialist Party.
letters to the editorUnited front needed …
Plus views on immigration, Lyvette Crespo, and more.
economyCreeping privatization in Harlem
Developers are aiming at public schools and housing; on the other side of the country, Seattle tenants face off against massive rent hikes.
internationalMassacre of students sparks outrage
voices of colorMajor victory for tenacious Navajos
Why Uncle Sam has settled over $500 million on the country’s largest Indian nation — and what remains to be won.
laborThe war on your retirement
The new wage theft: disappearing pensions and a bull’s-eye on Social Security.
internationalSouth African unionists break with ANC
The anti-apartheid movement is still evolving, as resistance grows among workers, youth, and the poor.
socialismClass lines at the ballot box
What happens to the message when socialists make electoral alliances with Greens and liberals?
environmentGreen without the greed
The People’s Climate March included refreshingly diverse viewpoints — but ecosocialism could tie it all together.
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