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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
New International Socialist Review out now
ISSUE 70: March-April 2010
HAITI AFTER THE QUAKE: IMPERIALISM WITH A HUMAN FACE
EGYPT, ISRAEL, AND THE U.S.: FROM NASSERISM TO COLLABORATION
THE GREENING OF CAPITALISM
ANIMAL, VEGETABLE, MOVEMENT? THE POLITICS OF FOOD
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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