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Can We Defeat the Trump Culture?

The 2016 contest for the US presidency put forward as its principal choices – in Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump – the two most unpopular candidates in the history of public-opinion surveys.

Sanders’ Campaign in the Balance

Now that Bernie Sanders has endorsed Hillary Clinton as the Democrats’ presidential nominee, we have an opportunity to assess what his own ca

My problem with Hillary

The New York primary comes next Tuesday and I realize it is past time for me to toss in my two cents worth. I will, later, tackle the issue of Bernie Sanders' campaign.

The US Left: A Short Introduction

Is there a US Left? More specifically, is there a popular movement for socialism in the United States? And what chance does such a movement have for affecting national policy any time soon?

Bernie Sanders between the Democrats and the Left

What is the significance of Senator Bernie Sanders’ campaign for the US presidency?

Book Review: Campaigning for Socialism

Eugene V Debs Reader  William A Pelz (ed), Merlin, London, 2014, £14.95

Behind US Police Terror

We must always remind ourselves of the long history that underlies acts of terror – whether by police or vigilantes – like the recent killing of black teenager Michael Brown in a St. Louis suburb.

Left Forum Conference: Pace University, New York City, March 18-20 2011

Towards a Politics of Solidarity

Maple Leaf Killers: Spectre editor speaks on Canada's deadly export

Spectre editor Steve McGiffen addressed a meeting of students, staff and guests of the American Graduate School of International Relations and Diplomacy in Paris on Wednesday 28th  April.

International Conference: A Century+ of May Days: Labour and Social Struggles

Spectrezine's friends at the Institute for Working Class History in Chicago are organising a conference at DePaul University, Chicago during May Day weekend 2010 on the subject of more than a centu

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