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America’s ‘Great Leap Forward’ Into Socialism
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America’s ‘Great Leap Forward’ Into Socialism
August 8, 2021

Just seven weeks into his presidency, Joe Biden signed a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. Among the largest spending bills in history, it was passed without the vote of a single Republican.

Peru’s New President, Socialist-Worker Pedro Castillo: Right-Wing Contesting
June 18, 2021

The poor throughout Latin America will be watching with hope to see what he will attempt to accomplish as a socialist president.

Peru’s New President, Socialist-Worker Pedro Castillo: Right-Wing Contesting
World
Covid-19-Policy Contest Between Libertarianism v. Socialism: The Latest Results
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Covid-19-Policy Contest Between Libertarianism v. Socialism: The Latest Results
May 2, 2021

A great deal remains that is important to know but that is currently unknown about Covid-19, Eric Zuesse writes.

Who Is Fighting the Tides of Democracy in Latin America?
March 2, 2021

What nation and forces are interfering in the domestic affairs, electoral processes and democratic freedoms of Latin America? It is not Russia or China, Martin Sieff writes.

Who Is Fighting the Tides of Democracy in Latin America?
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Icelanders: Can This Peaceful, Politically Engaged People So Continue?
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Icelanders: Can This Peaceful, Politically Engaged People So Continue?
March 1, 2021

More people in Iceland than in most countries are politically conscious and motivated to take on corruption in politics and business in Iceland than in most countries, Ron Ridenour writes.

U.S.-Backed Ecuador Government Tries Stopping Socialist Electoral Victory
February 26, 2021

If Arauz wins the presidency, he may appoint an important economist and ideologist of the “Citizens Revolution” to a government post, Ron Ridenour writes.

U.S.-Backed Ecuador Government Tries Stopping Socialist Electoral Victory
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Neither Lenin, nor Moreno
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Neither Lenin, nor Moreno
February 13, 2021

The clear rejection by the Ecuadoran electorate of Moreno and everything he stands for is bound to perturb those who imagine that thеse countries and their ancient peoples are squatters in their “back yard.”

Bolivia Heading Towards Cooperative Politics and Economy
February 8, 2021

Half of the country’s revenues still come from natural gas and oil. Agricultural production is second. Arce wishes to diversify the economy, Ron Ridenour writes.

Bolivia Heading Towards Cooperative Politics and Economy
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