A Publication of
Democratic Socialists of America
Spring 2020 - Inspired by comrades
In This Issue
Bernie campaign work is growing DSA chapters
More than 70 chapters have launched active DSA for Bernie campaigns.
How the Bipartisan War on Immigrants Explains Politics as We Know It
There’s a profound realignment coming, and U.S. anti-immigrant politics is on the way out.
WISDOM OF THE ELDERS: How to stay in it for the long haul
We asked some longtimers how they’ve paced themselves to stay the course.
We must intensify existing democracy: A conversation with Louisville DSA member Robert LeVertis Bell
Robert LeVertis Bell is a public school teacher and DSA member who’s running for Metro Council in Louisville, Kentucky.
Taking Back International Women’s Day
Women’s Day was begun by U.S. socialists; it’s time we reclaimed it.
The Weight of History
Lauren Jacobs, a longtime labor and community organizer, talks about building the Left at a time of opportunity.
National Political Committee (NPC) Report
Elected at the convention, the National Political Committee (NPC) is DSA’s leadership body.
John Sayles: The Griot of Late Capitalism
Sayles’s collected works could fill a semester of Socialist Night School.
CHAPTER AND VERSE
Some of the most interesting and impactful work DSA’s local chapters are doing.
We own the future
We Own the Future—a new book edited by Kate Aronoff, Peter Dreier, and Michael Kazin—reminds us why socialists not only dream but do.
FURTHER READING: Making Sense of Syria
Three books on the Syrian conflict, written by leftists, provide original insights into the defining calamity of the 21st century.
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