Saint Louis DSA

Brake-Light Socialism

Written by Pannill Camp “What’s the DSA?” Like most of us, I’ve answered this question several times since joining the Democratic Socialists of America, usually in response to friends, colleagues, and family members. But the most memorable time I’ve been asked happened on April 28, during the brake- light clinic. It stood out in part […]

Raising the Wage and Cleaning up Missouri Politics

Over the last year, activists throughout Missouri have been working to get two initiatives on the ballot — one to raise the statewide minimum wage to $12/hr, and a more comprehensive constitutional amendment to clean up campaign finances and lobbyist influence in the state (The Clean Act). Thanks to the hard work of over a […]

How the UAW Lost at Nissan

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by Dianne Feeley – reprinted from Solidarity (https://www.solidarity-us.org/node/5082) In early August the UAW’s union recognition campaign at the Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi ended in a disastrous 63% “no” vote — 10% greater than the loss at Volkswagen in Chattanooga, Tennessee three and a half years earlier. From the beginning of the decade-long campaign at […]

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