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April 1, 2010

New at Socialist Worker: Is Congress’ Health Care reform bill a step forward, or a step backward?

Filed under: Articles — Barnard-Columbia ISO @ 10:55 am

Here’s what’s new at SocialistWorker.org…
http://socialistworker.org
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Editorials
WHEN WALL STREET LOVES REFORM
Despite the hopes of some, the passage of the health care bill is not a sign that Washington has embraced a new era of progressive reform.
http://socialistworker.org/2010/03/31/when-wall-street-loves-reform

Analysis: George Yorgos
THE STRUGGLE INTENSIFIES IN GREECE
As bankers and politicians debate a possible rescue for the debt-crippled Greek economy, workers are sending a message that they won’t pay for the crisis.
http://socialistworker.org/2010/03/31/struggle-intensifies-in-greece

Analysis: Sherry Wolf
MAKING THEM DO THE RIGHT THING
The fact remains that without continued mass pressure from movement activists, we aren’t going to see significant gains for LGBT people.
http://socialistworker.org/2010/03/30/making-them-do-the-right-thing

FIGHTING FOR A HATE-FREE UNION
On the heels of reformers’ gains in SEIU Local 1021 elections comes another victory: a union supervisor has been removed from office for his alleged prejudice.
http://socialistworker.org/2010/03/30/fighting-for-a-hate-free-union

Comment: Mike Marqusee
THE LAND OF NATIONAL HEALTH CARE
During the three years I’ve been in treatment for multiple myeloma, I’ve given thanks many times to Britain’s National Health Service.
http://socialistworker.org/2010/03/30/land-of-national-health-care

Statement: Haymarket Books
A VICTORY FOR MOHAMMED OMER
Palestinian journalist Mohammed Omer will be allowed to travel to the U.S. after activists protested the unexplained delay of his visa application.
http://socialistworker.org/2010/03/30/victory-for-mohammed-omer
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New International Socialist Review out now
ISSUE 70: March-April 2010
http://www.isreview.org/

Features include:

Ashley Smith
HAITI AFTER THE QUAKE: IMPERIALISM WITH A HUMAN FACE
http://www.isreview.org/issues/70/feat-haitiquake.shtml

Eric Ruder
EGYPT, ISRAEL, AND THE U.S.: FROM NASSERISM TO COLLABORATION
http://www.isreview.org/issues/70/feat-egypt.shtml

Heather Rogers
THE GREENING OF CAPITALISM
http://www.isreview.org/issues/70/feat-greencapitalism.shtml

Amy Muldoon
ANIMAL, VEGETABLE, MOVEMENT? THE POLITICS OF FOOD
http://www.isreview.org/issues/70/feat-food.shtml

This issue also includes: Shaun Joseph on Under the Eagle: U.S. imperialism  in the Caribbean, Phil Gasper’s “Critical Thinking” column on Can we still stop environmental disaster?, Anthony Arnove and David Zirin on Remembering Howard Zinn, 1922-2010, Howard Zinn on Eugene Debs and the idea of socialism, Michael Ratner on From Hebron to Yad Vashem, Alan Bean on The persecution of Curtis Flowers

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