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Why Did We Not Know?
“The notion of idleness is important to the argument: land cannot be allowed merely to sit there minding its own business – it needs somehow to be put to work, to be efficient.” Ian Jack explains how the 20% of British land once owned by the public was carefully and quietly sold off over decades.
The Socialist Network - Inside DSA's struggle to move into the political mainstream
NYC DSA comrade Doug Henwood follows the historical path DSA has taken and optimistically speculates how the new wave of interest in socialism and rise in DSA membership can bring us closer to an equitable society despite internal conflicts.
In this response to Jasper Berne’s nihilist lamentations about the Green New Deal in Commune, Providence DSA comrade Thea Riofrancos lays out a realistic strategy towards making the ecosocialist version of the Green New Deal a reality.