The historical pendulum promises an eventual resurgence of the labor movement. The strategic question is: what needs to be in place for a future revolution to succeed?
The dramatic “standoff” between Trump and the Democrats over border policy is a cynical charade between two parties that represent one and the same class.
How can we reach the masses? This question has been at the center of revolutionary debate since the birth of the socialist movement.
The high school walkouts have given voice to a range of social demands that go beyond the typical gun-control debate that has prevailed in Washington and the media.
Mass uprisings are all but guaranteed by the impasse of capitalism—the question is whether a revolutionary leadership will be ready when it happens.
Though such reforms are now considered common sense, the Democrats can’t and won’t deliver. Only a mass independent political force—with single payer placed at the top of its agenda—is capable of winning this fight.
La clase obrera conscientemente organizada, en forma de un partido socialista de masas, podría detener un movimiento fascista en expansión.
The consciously organized working class, in the form of a mass socialist party, could stop a burgeoning fascist movement in its tracks.
Bernie Sanders has only tightened his embrace of the party that stabbed him in the back.
Since coming to power, Trump has hit hard and fast. In his first weeks in office, he has put 11 million undocumented workers in the crosshairs.
The Oroville dam spillway failure once again highlights the life-threatening decay of public infrastructure in the world’s richest country.
It is said that a man standing on the edge of a cliff does not reason. Today’s global economy is full of cliffs, one of the steepest being the Silicon Valley tech sector, and the […]