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| February 10, 2016
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What we can learn from the rise of Bernie Sanders

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Socialism: The most-searched term in 2015

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Bernie Sanders describes himself as a democratic socialist, astounding for a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination. Whatever the reasons, the socialist is highly popular with Democrats, giving Hillary Clinton a run for the 2016 nomination.

Sanders is hardly a typical party partisan. When Vermont elected the former mayor of Burlington to the U.S. Senate, Sanders sat as an independent socialist, not as a Democrat.

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Overthrow the system! The fight for women's rights needs a socialist revolution

Marxism and Women's Liberation

by Judith Orr
(Bookmarks Publications,
2015;
$20.25)

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Mimi Williams
| October 23, 2015
Migrant Matters

Uncovering the myths of communism!

September 20, 2015
| This highly informative interview addresses the common concerns about communism that exists in the community.
Length: 37:27 minutes (85.73 MB)
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Luis Hernandez Navarro on the indignation of Mexico's crisis

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Luis Hernandez Navarro was in Toronto this week to speak about the crisis in Mexico after the deaths and kidnappings of student teachers last fall. He's an eminent journalist and opinion editor at La Jornada, Mexico's second largest daily. It's well to the left of leftish papers elsewhere like the Star or Guardian.

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Kshama Sawant on why Seattle voters elected a socialist

November 5, 2014
| Socialist Kshama Sawant ran for a seat on city council in Seattle with a campaign promise to introduce a minimum wage of $15, more than double the federal rate.
Length: 33:57 minutes (31.09 MB)
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| October 3, 2014
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