W. T. Whitney

W.T. Whitney Jr. is a retired pediatrician and political journalist living in Maine.

Healthcare for the People: the Cuban Experience

Under Capitalism Black Lives Are Adrift and Vulnerable

“We Charge Genocide:” Forerunner at UN of Black Lives Matter

Trump Administration Wants to Deprive Cubans of Food

Oil Comes First in Peru, Not Coronavirus Danger, Not Indigenous Rights

US Must Return Its Political Prisoner Simón Trinidad to Colombia

Economic Collapse and Unemployment Councils – Then and Now

For Cuba and Venezuela, US Silence May Not Be Golden

Venezuela Confronts Intimidation, Myth-making, and Dirty War

COVID 19: Think Science and the People

As Pandemic Rages, US Economic Sanctions Against Cuba are Deadly

Pandemic Story: Failures, Forebodings, Signs of Solidarity

Donald Trump, Capitalism, and Letting Them Die

Fighting COVID 19 in Cuba, China and the United States

Resisting US Blockade, Cuba Embraces Change, Builds Socialism

For the Climate: Protecting the Commons and Fixing Democracy

Uprising in Chile is the Legacy of Dashed Hopes and Bitter Defeat

Mexico Takes Action on Coup in Bolivia and on CELAC

U.S. Encirclement Endangers Cuba’s Economy, Provokes Response

Hitting at Cuban Doctors and at Human Solidarity

The Coup in Bolivia: Who is Responsible? 

To Confront Climate Change Humanity Needs Socialism

Stirrings of Basic Change Accompany Protests in Haiti

Upcoming Elections Represent Testing Time for Bolivia’s Socialist Government

Political Struggle and Fixing Cuba’s Economy

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