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September issue of Socialist Worker out now

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

The front cover headline is “White (House) supremacists: Organize for a world free of their hate,” leading readers to a special section on uniting against the right, featuring a roundtable interview with ISO members titled "Witnesses to the violence in Charlottesville"; the ISO statement "This is the time to unite and fight far-right terror"; an editorial on "Our alternative to the right's politics of hate"; reports on mass mobilizations against the far right in Boston preparations for a mass rally in Berkeley; and features on "The right-wing rats and their ringleader," among other articles.

Also featured in this issue is a spread on capitalism versus socialism, with articles on "What does democracy look like?" and "Why you need to be a socialist today.” Other articles include "Will Trump last the year?" and “The resistance needs to be anti-imperialist." The Movement News section has articles on the power of organized nurses to change the health care debate and the struggle in Texas to stop an anti-immigrant law. Plus, the latest installment of SW’s series on the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution.

You can read the articles in the current issue at the 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.