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Greenwald: Silencing Assange
Rhoades: Alternatives to mining
Barrows: Barnard divestment
Finnie: Young Joining Unions
White: Arizona teachers vote to strike
Facet: Feminist outpouring 
Zeese: Protest Increases
Falk: Attacking Syria
Prashad: Brazil Crisis
Hallinan: New Alliance
Bacon: Farm workers oppose raids
Parfitt: Strikes Gone Global
Huerta: I Am Not Your “Wetback”
Fraser: Class Dismissed
Aronoff: Denial By A Different Name
Chomsky: Social Media... The Left 
Roy: I Need to Know Where I Stand
Smith: We are proud to be ‘rednecks’
Shiva: Indigenous seeds
Early: Greening of Vermont
Aronoff: Cuomo Sees What’s Coming
Morrissey: No Endgame
Albert: Elections
Dika: Syria and International Law
Moore: A public reckoning 
Wainwright: Believing in ourselves
Robin: “Real Resistance”
Solomon: Missile Attack
Speri: Black Student Demands
Steel: Poor People’s Campaign
Albert: Reforms, Revolution, Violence
Podur: Attaining a Future Society

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Bernd: Red-State Teachers
Tufekci: Facebook Sells You
Dayen: Facebook Worm Turn
Greenwald: Revving War Machine
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Albert: Leadership, 
Pace, Solidarity
Lula: Historic Speech
Flanders: Self-Governance in the USA
Holtwell: Bring Back The Lucas Plan
Kasana: Clinic Battles ICE
Weisbrot: Lula Ordered to Prison
Falk: Will Democracy Survive?
Swanson: Protest of War Work
Raventos: Universal Basic Income?
Conley: Google Employees Rebel
Goodman: Teachers in Revolt
Abdul-Jabbar: NFL’s Witches
Dolack: Cooperation Jackson
Conley: ‘We’re Still Here’
Lesher: Attack On Gaza
Albert: How We Failed
Falk: Middle East Turmoil
Taibbi: Saved From Facebook?
Early: Ten Years Later
Pearson: Mexico’s Slow Death
Urie: Anti-Social Media
Hass: Gaza’s March 
Cole: Shooting Protesters
Pellittieri: Teacher Strikes
Zeese: Role Of Youth
Abunimah: Gaza killings
Tompkins: Marketing Black Panther
Blanc: It’s Oklahoma’s Turn
Albert: Facebook and Us
VA.com: No Friend of the Left
Pilger: Isolation Of Assange
Prashad: Leftist Caravan
Bradbury: Survive Janus
Ketcham: Goodbye Facebook
Sandstrom: Democratic Economy
Enteen: March for Eight Billion Lives
Ewing: Criminal Justice Reform
McAlevey: Rethinking Organizing
Benjamin: Fear John Bolton
Doerer: Becoming Activists
Arria: Kentucky Teachers Winning
Hedges: ‘The Gig Economy’
Falk: Middle East Heating Up
Hawkins: #TimesUp Domestic Abuse
Bliss: Students Demand
Flowers: Teachers’ Courage
Lexchin: Pharmaceutical Industry
Dörre: Germany’s 28-Hour Week
Glick: NRA Going Down
Tompt: CtrlShift
Hartmann: Facebook Spying
Pope-Weidemann: Women resist
Chomsky: On the Future
DiMaggio: Strike Fever
Albert: Free Miguel Torres
Miguel Torres: Interview 2016
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Early: Radical Mayors 
Cole: Not just “Hawkish”
Porter: Warmonger Bolton
Klein: Puerto Rico’s Future
Lebron: ‘Black Panther’ 
Rosenfeld: Pilfering Privacy
NLG: Open Letter to Maduro
Coppens: ‘If we stop’
Novick: ‘Sleeping Giant’
Mclarty: Independent Politics
Buchheit: universal income
Benjamin: Saudi Prince
Contributors: Jersey strike
Lighty: Medicare for All
Berkshire: Teachers Strike

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