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April issue of Socialist Worker out now

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

The front cover headline is “No human being is illegal,” kicking off a featured section on the struggle for immigrant rights in the lead-up to May Day. Stories in the section include: "Nothing less than full equality," “Making May Day a day for solidarity,” "Inflicting terror on immigrant communities," “ICE’s war on organizers" and “Victory 2.0 against the Muslim ban.”

The back page features author Chris Williams on scientists and the fight for climate justice in the lead-up to the Science March on April 22 and the People's Climate March on April 29. 

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Socialist Worker's issue and the International Socialist Organization's founding, SW has a four-page feature on our past, present and future.

Other coverage includes Lance Selfa's analysis "Has Trump made the economy great again?" a full-page infographic on society’s warped priorities and the latest "User's Guide to Marxism" article that asks “How can there still be famines?” 

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.