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Kurt Stand explores the breakthrough qualities of the March for Our Lives and of the young people who fueled its passion.
Kurt Stand brings a personal and deep-time view of the issues, their historical context and the stakes.
A Tribute to Bill Blum (1933 – 2019) The Washington Socialist <> April 2019 By Kurt Stand           Mainstream media consistently and repeatedly fail to connect the dots between trade, corporate investment, military interventions, and domestic economic instability.  As a result, violence around the world, economic precariousness at home appear without cause and treated – […]
The complete radical's guide to the DMV for March, plus articles on Maryland politics, Virginia's DSA convention, the Socialists of Faith Caucus and more.
Action for the shutdown, House divided, Amazon tanks in Gotham, amplifying the NoVa struggle, regional pre-convention meetings and much more -- the MDC DSA Weekly Update is pretty much indispensable.
The usual calendar items, action reports and Good Reads -- plus two advance articles from the March Washington Socialist and the national DSA February Dispatch if you missed it.
MDC DSA's newsletter for January, with articles on international issues, local organizing, ecosocialist wins and losses, worker organizing in the tech sector (?) and a book with surprises about white working class sentiment -- plus a two-year (2016-2018) article index to this publication AND your socialist dance card for the first month of 2019...
The political problem is highlighted in Prince George’s County where a far too comfortable Democratic Party apparatus — using term limits to jockey positions rather than open up the political process — shuts out dissident voices and relies on low voter turnout and low levels of public political participation to maintain power.
An index to monthly issues of the Washington Socialist December 2016-December 2018, including a limited subject index
One-stop but not for shopping -- DSA events and activities for December (busy!) and post-holidays.