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Columbia University - November 21st, 2015
News and opinion published by the ISO—monthly in print and daily on the Web at SocialistWorker.org.
Thursday, April 28th
Report: Eric Ruder
Hundreds of people attended five events on a national tour designed to forge ties between the Black and Palestinian liberation movements.
Wednesday, April 27th
Comment: Elizabeth Schulte
The "hey Bernie, stop spoiling our party" chorus is getting deafening. But is Sanders harming the Democratic Party with his campaign--or helping?
Tuesday, April 26th
Comment: Paul D'Amato
Monday, April 25th
Comment: Lance Selfa
The famous socialist won mass support during his 1934 campaign for governor of California--but he was betrayed by the Democratic Party.
Thursday, April 21st
Comment: Shaun Harkin
One hundred years ago, Irish resistance in Britain's oldest colony stood in defiance to imperial rule--and inspired others around the world to follow.
Wednesday, April 20th
Interview: Ana Saggioro Garcia
The impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is more than just a conservative coup. It's the result of a deep economic and political crisis.
The largest bourgeois newspapers in Greece have not hidden their shameless joy with the profound transformation that Syriza has undergone. The party they ardently fought—because in the eyes of the popular majority, it had represented a radical opposition to austerity and supported every resistance of the masses, even resistance deemed too “extra-parliamentary”—no longer exists. In its place we see the formation of a party with one leader—Alexis Tsipras. This party has swung in the direction of rabid anti-worker and anti-social policies, imposing the Third Memorandum (the first two dating from May 2010 and February 2012), justified in the name of a continued participation within the Eurozone.Read more