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Democratic Socialists of America
Democratic Socialists of America news and analysis from The Nation
October 26, 2020
Progressive Democrats Sweep Rhode Island
Challengers from the left ousted eight incumbents in the state’s Democratic primaries, and five more won open seats.
August 6, 2020
The Next Progressive Insurgent You Haven’t Heard of Yet
In the district where George Floyd was killed, Omar Fateh wants to bring the progressive wave to the state legislature.
May 20, 2020
DSA Was Only Getting Started
Two years after helping propel AOC to victory in Queens, NYC-DSA is taking on more races than ever before.
May 4, 2020
What Should Socialists Do in November?
Pursue an electoral strategy that can represent the distinct interests of working people without demanding that voters start immediately supporting unviable third-party candidacies.
April 28, 2020
’s Editor Thinking in Voting Green?
Bhaskar Sunkara’s stance is self-indulgent—an individual act of virtue signaling rather than part of a collective movement for justice.
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April 27, 2020
Responses to an ‘Open Letter to the New New Left’
A recent open letter signed by former members of SDS has sparked a heated debate on the left.
April 16, 2020
An Open Letter to the New New Left From the Old New Left
Now it is time for all those who yearn for a more equal and just social order to face facts.
Former leaders of the Students for a Democratic Society
February 19, 2020
The Future of Democratic Socialism Starts Here
Scenes from this year’s Young Democratic Socialists of America conference in Chicago.
January 30, 2020
Meet the New DSA-Backed Candidates Running to Give Power Back to the People in New York State
DSA’s diverse slate of candidates will bring the energy and ideas we need to keep winning big, bold change in the halls of Albany.
January 30, 2020
Why American Socialism Failed—and How It Could Prevail Today
Today’s socialists march into the 2020s without the daunting roadblocks of a century ago.