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Analysis: Eric Ruder
PUERTO RICO'S DEBT CRISIS: MADE IN THE USA
Crushing debt and drastic budget cuts are causing a humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico--but the hedge fund managers only want more.
HOTEL PICKETS WORKED, SO THEY WERE BANNED
A federal court has issued an injunction against striking Verizon workers protesting outside the hotels housing scabs.
Comment: Eamonn McCann
AT WORK IN A NEW JOB IN NORTHERN IRELAND
The veteran journalist and activist who won a seat in the Northern Ireland Assembly reflects on the election--and the fight ahead.
Comment: Adam Sanchez
WHY I'M VOTING FOR MORE
A New York City teacher makes the case for supporting the candidates of a social justice caucus in teachers' union elections.
July 1-4 | Hyatt Regency McCormick Place | Chicago
Four days of socialist politics, discussion and entertainment
Socialism 2016 is a four-day conference bringing together hundreds of socialists and radical activists from around the country to take part in discussions about Marxism, working-class history, and the debates and strategies for organizing today.
Register online by May 22 at the early-bird rate and save 20%.
Come learn about socialism, with meeting on: How Marx Became a Marxist • What Do Socialists Say about Borders? • What Do Socialists Say about Class? • What Do Socialists Say about Imperialism? | Socialism...You Mean Like in Sweden? • What Do Socialists Say about Capitalism, Socialism, and Human Nature? • What Do Socialists Say about the State? • What Do Socialists Say about Violence? • After the Revolution: What Would Socialism Look Like?
Speakers at Socialism 2016 include: Adam and Jeralynn Blueford • Gilbert Achcar • Mike Davis • Barbara Ransby • Ali Abunimah • Sharon Smith • Anthony Arnove • Ian Angus • Sam Farber • Eli Friedman • Justin Akers Chacón • Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor • Paul D'Amato • Khury Petersen-Smith • Amy Goodman • Neil Davidson • Lester Spence • Jesse Hagopian • Tithi Bhattacharya • Brian Jones • Alan Maass • Nicole Colson • Scott McLemee • Donna Murch • Bill Mullen • Danny Katch • Jennifer Roesch • Jon Soske • Ahmed Shawki • Charlotte Bence • John Riddell • Bhaskar Sunkara • Sherry Wolf • Dave Zirin • Dan Georgakas • Marvin Surkin
"Given the multiple organizing successes of Chicago's anti-state sanctioned violence movement over the past year, the Black Panther Party's 50th Anniversary, and the urgent presidential debate, its hard to imagine a more compelling time and place to discuss the future of socialism and racial justice." — Donna Murch, author, Living for the City: Migration, Education, and the Rise of the Black Panther Party in Oakland, California
Sponsored by the Center for Economic Research and Social Change, publisher of Haymarket Books and International Socialist Review. Co-sponsored by the International Socialist Organization, publisher of Socialist Worker and Obrero Socialista.
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