Eugene Puryear: US in 2021: Crisis at Home, Chaos Warriors Abroad

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Peoples Dispatch on Jan 1, 2022

Eugene Puryear of BreakThrough News analyzes 2021 for the United States as Joe Biden took over after an uprising by Trump supporters. Hopes of a turnaround were soon to be belied as political gridlock and corporate agenda slowed down and even derailed chances of government spending for the poor.

Meanwhile, the military-industrial complex and US imperialism coasted along.

From the archives:

What If U.S., NATO Talks Are Cover for More Aggression Towards Russia? by Finian Cunningham

Beyond Passive Resistance: Against Democratic Surrender in a Time of Fascitization, by Paul Street

Revival of Class Politics in the U.S.… Will It Be Socialism or Fascism? by Finian Cunningham

Thoughts on the Left’s Response to Capitalism’s Global Death Spiral, by Gary Olson

A Dystopian Hellscape Beckons: 21 Dark Clouds Over 2021 Amerika, by Paul Street

Hapless Biden Administration Is Weimar Republic on Way to U.S. Fascism, by Finian Cunningham

How the “Polarized” Political Parties Work Together Against the Public Interest, by Ralph Nader

Working Conditions are Getting Worse in the US, by Pete Dolack

An Open Letter To President Joe Biden, As His Broken Promises Pile Up, by Melinda Butterfield

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