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U.S. articles from the Freedom Socialist
December 2016
The election to the presidency of a man who stoked the fires of racial resentment and misogyny sparked protests by thousands in cities across the U.S. Now working people need to plan the next steps in stopping a potential right-wing dystopia. High...
December 2016
The Freedom Socialist Party 50th Anniversary Convention held Sept. 3-6 was a time for members both to take stock of FSP’s achievements and to arm themselves for new challenges and a new level of struggle today. Much of the discussion focused on the...
December 2016
Excerpts from greetings by the Partido Obrero Socialista. Revolutionary Marxists in Mexico and around the world have things to learn from FSP that are essential for constructing our own parties, including the role of women workers. This is reflected...
December 2016
The steep price that U.S. workers pay for having no independent political voice is hitting home with Donald Trump’s upset victory. Many voters, squeezed between shrinking paychecks and inflation, saw this election as a referendum on the beltway...
December 2016
One thing is clear in the wake of Donald Trump’s victory: nothing is resolved. Despite predictable calls by top Democrats and Republicans for unity and healing, the polarization reflected in this election is only sharpening. Protests began...
December 2016
The Freedom Socialist Party is hosting discussions exploring the meaning of Trump’s victory and strategies for what next. Come add your ideas! • LOS ANGELES — Wed., Dec. 7, 7:00pm, 6120 S. Vermont Ave. • 323-732-6416 or fspla@earthlink.net •...
December 2016
Courageous whistleblower and transgender activist Chelsea Manning remains in military lockup. But she does not remain silent. She resists brutish prison conditions by the Army and defends the right and need for whistleblowers. Manning was originally...
December 2016
Before, during, and after this election season, there are several economic myths that the capitalist system and its two party political representatives perpetuate, manipulate, downplay and upsell to justify their existence. We are going to examine,...
December 2016
What reforms can stop cop brutality? This is the question activists are urgently trying to answer as the murdered bodies of unarmed victims of the police continue to mount. Pinpointing the role of cops under capitalism is one part of the puzzle....
December 2016
Across California, over 1,500 inmates are out of long-term solitary confinement — that’s 10 years or longer of mind and body destroying isolation. In the year since the historic legal settlement was signed, the long-term solitary population at...