A digest of the day's top articles at SocialistWorker.org

Which train goes to Socialism?

Todd Chretien | Jacobin's Bhaskar Sunkara proposes that the future of the left may lie with a return to Finland Station, circa 1917. But how are we going to get there?

Single-payer got close so the Democrats killed it

Emma Wilde Botta | Leading Democrats in California stepped in at the last minute to kill their own proposal for statewide single-payer health care.

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Every cook can govern

Scott McLemee | The director of a new documentary on the 20th century Marxist C.L.R. James describes what it took to bring the project to fruition.

Fighting for trans civil rights in Rochester

Isabelle Bartter and Gennedy Poehner | Transgender activists continue to demand civil rights in New York, as their legislators fail to make good on promises to take action.

Trump retrocede con Cuba

Obrero Socialista | La decisión de Trump sobre Cuba va a hacer un daño incalculable a la población cubana y sólo fortalecerá a las fuerzas antidemocráticas en la isla.

Socialist Worker is marking the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution with a yearlong series of articles outlining the course and consequences of the revolution. The latest article: "Repression and resurgence."

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