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November issue of Socialist Worker out now
Posted on Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
The November issue of Socialist Worker is out now and available from ISO branches around the country.
The front cover features SW's coverage of the 2016 election, featuring articles on: "Does the lesser evil lead to less evil?" "The system is rigged...but not against Trump," "Will President Clinton be lost without Trump?" "Trumpism’s rise and how to fight it" and "Trump of the iceberg of sexual assault."
The back page features the struggle at Standing Rock against the Dakota Access Pipeline and an interview with teacher Jesse Hagopian about Black Lives Matter at School day in Seattle. Other articles inside include "Five years after Occupy Wall Street," "Can socialism be elected to power?" an interview with Anand Gopal on the nightmare in Mosul, "How the CTU took on Rahm," and more.
You can read the articles in the current issue at the SocialistWorker.org website. If you would like to order a subscription, you can find out how at the SW website. You can also download a full-size pdf of the front page here.