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May issue of Socialist Worker out now

SW front page | May 2016
The May issue of Socialist Worker is out now and available from ISO branches around the country. The front cover of SW—“Wanted: A Different World. Join the Socialist Movement”—refers readers inside to articles on what a socialist movement would look like and a full-page ad for the Socialism 2016 conference in Chicago on July 1-4. Several elections-related articles are featured, including “Why I didn’t vote for Bernie,” “Will Sanders help or hurt?” “Elections and the Marxist tradition” and "How the GOP became the Grand Old Mess.”

Our on-the-ground coverage of the Verizon strike is on the back page. Other articles in this edition include an interview with journalist Anand Gopal on “What is driving Iraq back to the brink?” and a speech by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor on “Confronting the sharp edge of American racism.”

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 Socialist Worker website.

You can also download a full-size pdf of the front page.