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US: Tax Amazon movement led by socialists wins in Seattle

By Keeley Mullen and Calvin Priest, Socialist Alternative, Seattle On May 14, the Seattle City Council passed a historic tax on Amazon and other big corporations to fund permanently affordable, publicly owned housing. The driving force behind this victory was the strength of our #TaxAmazon movement. Under the leadership of housing activists, Socialist Alternative, Democratic Socialists of America and Councilmember ...

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Hurricane Harvey – a disaster made worse by capitalism

By Brian Harrison, Ramy Khalil and Patrick Ayers As Hurricane Irma batters the Caribbean and United States we publish this article from Houston by Socialist Alternative, the voice in the United States of the Committee for a Workers International, to which the Socialist Party is affiliated. Hurricane Harvey is a historic tragedy affecting millions of people. Socialist Alternative wishes to ...

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US: neo-Nazi violence reawakens resistance

Mass demonstrations and a left alternative needed to fight the right This is a statement from Socialist Alternative, the Socialist Party’s co-thinkers in the United States. You can also read the statement at Socialist Alternative’s website. The vicious white nationalist violence in Charlottesville and across the country this weekend has acted as a collective wake-up call. A powerful left challenge ...

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“Finland Station” and the Struggle for Socialism Today

A Response to Bhaskar Sunkara This article was originally published in the left wing American magazine, Counter Punch on the 28th July 2017. The author, Alan Jones, is a member of the Executive Committee of Socialist Alternative, the American sister party of the Socialist Party. At the end of June, in the midst of a growing discussion about socialism in ...

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Minneapolis wins $15 minimum wage

Minneapolis is getting a raise, and becoming the first Midwestern city to enact a $15 an hour minimum wage. The proposal will benefit 71,000 workers, overwhelmingly women and workers of color. Winning $15 in Minneapolis shows another way cities can push back against Trump’s corporate-backed agenda. In three short years, the fight for $15 in Minneapolis went from an isolated ...

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