The Monitor, November/December 2020

Democracy in free fall?
October 15, 2020
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Donald Trump makes people sick, himself and his entourage included. Given the U.S. president's shameful, almost criminally negligent record on COVID-19, it will be surprising if he is re-elected on November 3. A sizeable expat community aside, most Canadians will not have a say in that race but its outcome will be felt globally.

This issue of the Monitor assesses the strength of the Democratic challenge to Trump-faced Republicanism, while considering the stakes in this election for African Americans, LGBTQI2S+ people, migrants, and young voters, and Canada's place within a transforming, if not waning, U.S. empire.

Here's a sample of what you'll find in this issue:

Trinational Workers Toolkit

In the middle of each issue you'll find a detachable, foldable Trinational Workers Toolkit pamphlet supplied by Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung New York. Click here to watch a video on how to fold the pamphlet.

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Monitor cover illustration by Remie Geoffroi.