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With Trump Now ‘Unshackled,’ What Next for GOP’s Institutional Misogyny?

“We know that Donald Trump’s dangerous sexism and racism are not an aberration,” says protester outside Republican National Committee headquarters.

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Man-Made Climate Change Making Kindling of America’s Forestlands

Researchers found that wildfires will worsen exponentially until there are no longer enough trees to sustain them.

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The Real Scandal of Trump Paying No Taxes

It’s just another way the system has been rigged – by rich people who buy off politicians to alter tax, bankruptcy, and other laws and regulations to their advantage.

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How Trees Talk to Each Other

“A forest is much more than what you see,” says ecologist Suzanne Simard.

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California Seed Sharing Bill Signed into Law

“A resilient food system starts with a resilient seed system.”

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6 Ways We’re Already Leading an Economic Revolution

From the “buy local” movement to public banking, we’re well on our way to a more democratic, cooperative, and people-centered economy.

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How to Stop Consumer Culture From Killing Citizenship

We live in a society where market values spread without limit, in which we are branding and selling ourselves along with everything else, including public office. How do we stop it?

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Why President Hillary Clinton Will Need Bernie’s “Political Revolution” to Get Anything Done

The only way her ideas will make it in real life is if the public is organized and mobilized behind them.

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The Scourge of Neoliberalism: Why the Democratic Party Is Failing the Poor

The problem is, ultimately, systemic.

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State Power and Commoning: Transcending a Problematic Relationship

The relationship between state power and the commons will grow more important as advocates of neoliberal policies seek to prevail over resistance.