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Democratic Socialists of America
Democratic Socialists of America news and analysis from The Nation
October 25, 2022
Young Socialists Are Sick of the 2-Party System
YDSA, the youth section of the largest socialist organization in the country, is tired of working within the Democratic Party. Can they create an alternative?
September 12, 2022
The Left Takes Chicago
At the 2022 Socialism Conference, a new generation of radical young organizers revivifies the US left.
August 17, 2022
Can a Socialist Lyft Driver Beat an Incumbent Bankrolled by the Fossil Fuel Industry?
David Alexis gives
a tour of his Brooklyn state Senate district and explains why he’s running for office.
June 24, 2022
Why Centrist Democrats Love Promoting Right-Wing Extremists
Having nothing of substance to offer, the party establishment thinks supporting Trumpists is a clever move. But they are playing with fire.
March 9, 2022
How an Anti-War Statement Made DSA a Target
Everyone from Fox News to the White House has denounced the socialist organization for its statement opposing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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January 12, 2022
How the Left Alienates Jews
Jewish voices are too often excluded from precisely the conversations they should be leading.
November 22, 2021
Purge at DSA: Why Are Activists Trying to Expel Representative Bowman?
Jamaal Bowman’s victory over Eliot Engel, former chair of the House Foreign Relations committee, was celebrated by the left. Now, some in the socialist organization are calling for the New York Democrat’s ouster. What gives?
November 11, 2021
How to Stop Progressives From Losing the Working Class
A new report, based on extensive survey data, suggests “Commonsense Solidarity” might be the answer.
November 1, 2021
Meet the Socialist Candidate for NYC Mayor
Front-runner Eric Adams, who is all but certain to win the New York City mayoral race Tuesday, is facing a field of rivals, including Cathy Rojas, a public school teacher from Queens.
October 28, 2021
In Minneapolis, the Movement Heads for the Voting Booth
In the city’s first municipal election since the murder of George Floyd, activists and organizers are on ballot—and so is the future of the police department.