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CAN THE LEFT BE REBUILT?
With Labour Party MP Jon Trickett, March 24, 7pm - Verso

Photo: James Alexander

Across the western world the liberal center is in decline — but it is the radical right, not the Left, which stands to benefit.

Why has the Left failed to capitalize on the ongoing systemic crisis? How has it become so divorced from its working-class base? And can the cycle be broken?

Jon Trickett, Labour MP and member of Corbyn’s Shadow Cabinet, speaks to Jacobin editor Bhaskar Sunkara.

This event is co-hosted by RLS–NYC and Jacobin Magazine.

Friday, March 24, 7:00-8:30PM

Verso Books, 20 Jay Street, Suite 1010, Brooklyn, NY

Registration via Facebook page

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CHANGING THE GAME ON NUCLEAR WEAPONS

As the current crisis between the United States and North Korea demonstrates, tensions between nuclear powers are on the rise, and new global risks are posed by the possibility of cyber-attacks and terrorist groups targeting nuclear facilities. While most people would agree that they are a threat to every civilian, atomic weapons are the only weapons of mass destruction that have not yet been prohibited by law. A majority of......
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