Category: Elections

Steve Early: Last Minute Left-Liberal Unity?

Richmond Line-Up Reshuffled for Fall Contest With Chevron

Daniel Marty: Is the New Leader of Spain’s PSOE the Change Spain Needs?

Virtually unknown to the general public prior to July 26th, Pedro Sánchez was far from being a leader within the PSOE itself

Steven Rosenfeld: Discriminatory Jim Crow Voting Laws Abound

The worst states are all in the Old South

Sue Sturgis: Debunking the Wild Claims Used to Justify Voter ID Laws

Number of states that have passed laws requiring voters to show some form of identification at the polls: 34

David Alexandre: Is Podemos in Favour Of An “Army Of The European Union” Or Is It Just One Of Its Leaders?

It is important that we remain critical of Podemos and always remember to put their political standpoints in a larger context

Jeffrey St. Clair: Down and Out With Hillary Clinton

Pity Hillary. Evicted from her home, jobless, and, as she evocatively put it to Diane Sawyer, “dead broke”

David Helvarg: My Oily Town — Richmond

If the Supreme Court is right that corporations are people and money is free speech, then Chevron is the biggest loudmouth in Richmond

Bécquer Seguín: The Syriza of Spain

Podemos, Spain’s newest political party, has put forth a radical program based on class politics

Iñigo Errejón: Spain’s Podemos

An inside view of a radical left sensation

Marta Harnecker: El Salvador, a New Progressive Hope in Latin America

The new El Salvador government faces the challenge of deepening the pro-majority changes that have occurred, while updating the historic experiences of a fighting and conscious people seeking social transformation

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