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June issue of Socialist Worker out now

June 2017 SW front page
The June issue of Socialist Worker is out now and available from ISO branches around the country.

The front cover headline is "Guilty"--and it introduces a special section on the crisis in the Trump administration and all of its many other crimes. Articles inside include: Danny Katch and Alan Maass on “The Trump train jumps the rails,” Lance Selfa on “Why are the Democrats backing away from a fight?” Dana Blanchard on "The GOP's plan to punish the sick" and Elizabeth Schulte "The Democrats won't stand for anything.

The back page features the struggle to defend a DACA recipient at Rutgers from the threat of deportation. This articles introduces other "Stories of Struggle in the Trump Era," including interviews with Burlington migrant labor organizers headlined "ICE came for us and the community stood up," Juan Miranda on "We defended Jose when the system didn't" and Eric Ruder on "Standing up to Trump's favorite sheriff."

Also on the back is coverage of the three-day strike at AT&T. Inside the paper is an editorial on the upcoming Socialism 2017 conference, an article from Berkeley about how to stop the right and the latest installment on the series about the Russian Revolution of 1917.

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.