Will Americans Vote for a Democratic Socialist?
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Will Americans Vote for a Democratic Socialist?

Lawrence Wittner, Time Magazine via HISTORY NEWS NETWORK     WASHINGTON (TIME) — The recent…

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Is Democracy Overrated?
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Is Democracy Overrated?

By Lekan Oguntoyinbo NNPA Columnist   Long before China and India became the economic wonders…

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French Gov’t Survives No-Confidence Vote Triggered by Rebels
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French Gov’t Survives No-Confidence Vote Triggered by Rebels

SYLVIE CORBET, Associated Press PARIS (AP) — France’s prime minister survived a no-confidence vote Thursday…

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Raúl Castro: Despite a New Relationship with the U.S., Cuba’s Revolution Will Continue
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Raúl Castro: Despite a New Relationship with the U.S., Cuba’s Revolution Will Continue

Mimi Whitefield, THE MIAMI HERALD HAVANA, Cuba (The Miami Hearld)—Despite U.S. promises of more trade…

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In Socialist Venezuela, a Threat from the Left
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In Socialist Venezuela, a Threat from the Left

HANNAH DREIER, Associated Press CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Already grappling with street protests led by…

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