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Socialism and Labor articles on Democracy Chronicles
This section deals with articles relating to democracy, socialism and labor. Reckoning with the important relationship between democracy and labor is essential in a democratic government. The theory of socialism, as opposed to capitalism, is characterized by social ownership of the means of production and co-operative management of the economy. Also see our articles on Anarchism, Capitalism, and Libertarianism. Also, there are many socialist parties in the US that you can find information on at our Third Party Central including Senator Bernie Sanders, a major election reform supporter.
Revolutionary Karl Marx’s Civil War writings wrestle with many of the issues that plague today’s left
Class action lawsuit could prove millions of supporters of an embattled progressive campaign right
The hard right’s flank has opened. This is not empowering for them, it spells disaster as the bulk of decent Americans and all liberals turn on the Republican Party with full force.
Hundreds turned out yesterday on a warm spring day at Washington Square Park in New York City for the 2017 May Day event.
If the United States is to continue as a republic, it will be necessary to revive the middle class
Out of 8 million in unions, only 478,000 voted in an election for their union representation
An interesting feature of Western Civilization, is the reluctance to change, or natural transition. From the Greco-Roman Era to the present, we find examples of social decay brought on by prolonged decadence.
A coalition representing dozens of grassroots groups and labor organizations organized a number of actions in support of labor campaigns, migrant rights, Sanctuary Campus campaigns, and others.
Did you know that there is currently one privately-funded program being run in California’s Silicon Valley that gives “unconditional” payments to Oakland residents?