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February issue of Socialist Worker out now!

February 2016 Socialist Worker cover
February 2016 Socialist Worker cover

The print issue of the February 2016 Socialist Worker has arrived. The front page feature is "Socialism in the air: The revolt against politics as usual" and refers readers inside to coverage of the 2016 elections. This cover should start conversations about what the popularity of Sanders campaign means and the opening for socialist ideas. Inside, Election 2016 articles include: "Is the status quo cracking up?" "The frantic push to smear the socialist," "The Clintons' shameless record on racism" and more.

On the back page is "Deporter-in-chief snatches refugee children," plus a report on the indictment of a killer cop in Georgia. Other features this month include a review of Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor's new book From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation, a center feature on "Flint: The poisoning of an American city," along with many other articles.

You can read many of the articles in the paper already online at SocialistWorker.org. If you would like to order a subscription, you can find out how at the Socialist Worker website.