Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2014 11:03:50 -0600
Subject: SocialistWorker.org | When soldiers declared peace on earth
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Comment: Rory Fanning
WHEN SOLDIERS DECLARED PEACE ON EARTH
One hundred years ago, soldiers on opposing sides in the First World War showed the power that people without rank and privilege possess.
Analysis: Alan Maass
A NEW OPENING FOR THE LEFT IN GREECE
A political crisis for Greece's rulers could lead to a general election in the first months of 2015--and a victory for the left.
Comment: Danny Katch
WASHINGTON'S PRESENTS FOR THE 1 PERCENT
Congress has issued a public declaration of its own corruption, stupidity and immorality in the form of the 2015 budget.
WHAT WAS BEST IN 2014?
SocialistWorker.org readers speak up for their favorite movies, books, music and streaming content of the year.
Report: Michelle Farber
A "12TH MAN" FOR THE STRUGGLE
Some 300 protesters rallied outside Centurylink Stadium in downtown Seattle before the Seahawks-49ers matchup.
HOW NEW YORK WON A FRACKING BAN
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's decision to ban fracking is a victory for all the people who spent years challenging the energy giants.
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