economyGuns versus butter
Why tanks trump food stamps in the federal budget.
laborThe unstoppable fight for $15
The movement to boost the minimum wage has gone far beyond McDonald’s and Walmart.
soapboxI was a pieceworker for Google
Call center hell: how hip, exactly, is worker exploitation?
book reviewThe Invention of Wings
Of slavery and sisterhood before the Civil War.
editorialCharlie Hebdo: we got it wrong
In a rush to judgment, the Freedom Socialist mischaracterized Charlie and oversimplified a complex situation.
world beatKeeping tabs on the far right in Europe
Monica Hill, Megan Cornish
laborLabor Weather Report
A glance at how some workers and their unions are faring in the class struggle.
letters to the editorPublic pressure to save Mumia Abu-Jamal’s life
Also: prisoner support in general, and sticking up for Nestora Salgado.
political prisonersAn urgent alert
Indigenous community leader Nestora Salgado is on a hunger strike and needs your help — today!
people of colorFor community control of the police!
Now is the time to demand elected civilian review boards.
from the fs archivesThe incendiary legacy of Malcolm X
“You can’t have capitalism without racism.”
lgbtqWe’re here, we’re queer; now what?
A total social makeover: that is the gold at the end of the rainbow.
labor“Right to work” lawsuit a threat
internationalWhat’s next for US relations with Israel?
Israeli’s re-elected Prime Minister “Bibi” Netanyahu and Republicans in the U.S. Congress share many of the same insidious goals.
radical womenHow to close the gender wage gap
Women still make much less, on average, than men — but there are ways to fix that.
educationSerfs of the ivory tower
Interview with an organizer of adjunct professors, academia’s overstressed and underpaid workforce.
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