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Haimson: The Best and Worst of 2014

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Robert Rendo says:

The best of 2014: Diane Ravitch’s blog reaching milestone page hits and her readership base growing and getting more educated while getting more organized and mobilized!

The worst of 2014: Still no national single payer healthcare system and the Vergara Decision.

The best of all years starting with 2015 and into the future: we cannot, will not, don’t have the ability to, and never will stop our fight against injustice, inequity, privatization, the 1%, and the plutocratization of American democracy . . . . .

Put up your dukes, everyone; the fight is just starting . . . . . . . .

(credit: Janine Sopp and Fred Smith of Change the Stakes, Robert Rendo)


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