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Lesson from midterms: A united people can win

Lesson from midterms: A united people can win

The Republican right-wing was setback but the battle is far from over.

BY: John Bachtell| November 26, 2018
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The Radicalism of Martin Luther King Jr  and W.E.B.  Du Bois

The Radicalism of Martin Luther King Jr and W.E.B. Du Bois

This webinar explores the  deepening of the ideological vision of WEB Du Bois and Martin Luther King Jr and their path towards consistent working-class and advanced democratic positions.

BY: Ed Carson| November 2, 2018
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How neoliberal racism sparked the Great Recession

How neoliberal racism sparked the Great Recession

The capitalist drive for maximum profits  led the banks to target African Americans, Latinos and the elderly resulting in the largest wealth loss in U.S. history.

BY: Joe Sims| September 11, 2018
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The fight for voting rights today

The fight for voting rights today

Fighting voter suppression is central to achieving working-class unity and defeating the Trump agenda.

BY: Joe Henry And Joelle Fishman| June 22, 2018
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Lenin’s State and Revolution today

Lenin’s State and Revolution today

Will new forms of state power emerge or will the existing institutions be  transformed in a U.S. socialism based on the Bill of Rights?

BY: Henry Millstein| May 24, 2018
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