José Manuel
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The Wear and Tear of Working in America

All proletarians have some experience of the wear and tear and degradation of working life, whether they labor in restaurants, warehouses, daycares, or a big rig.

The El Paso Shooting and the Hidden History of Border Violence

Rule by terror is the bleak and menacing legacy of the US capitalist state and its theft-by-conquest of half of Mexico’s territory.

Puerto Rico: The Working Class Can Defeat La Junta

Recent days have fallen like an avalanche on the political ambitions of Governor Ricardo Rosselló. The power of the working class has brought Mr. Ricky to his knees.

The Revolutionary Socialist Case For Reparations

The historical struggle for “forty acres and a mule” demonstrates that inequality, racism, and oppression are hardwired into capitalism.

For Us or for Them? The Hours of Our Lives

Capitalism transforms the best of us into machines who depreciate every week we go in to work—but when we come together as a class we can change everything.

Special Envoy Elliott Abrams: Brute of US Imperialism

Abram’s appointment reveals the true nature of the “humanitarian” intentions of Donald Trump and his puppet Guaidó.

Call Center Class Struggle on the Big Screen

Communist director and rapper Boots Riley promotes socialist revolution with his new movie “Sorry To Bother You.”

To Fight Trump's Attacks on Immigrants: Legalization for All!

The despicable treatment of detainees at the border has evoked deep outrage across the country. These cruelties are tied to the rottenness of capitalism and its ongoing social decay.

The Scalise Shooting and the Poison of Terrorism

Dog-eat-dog individualism and violence is the status quo of capitalist life, and we are living in a period of international crisis, war, revolution, and counterrevolution.

Kaepernick’s Stand Against Police Brutality

Colin Kaepernick, a second-string NFL quarterback of former Super Bowl fame, provoked an eruption of vitriol and solidarity when he refused to stand during the national anthem.

American Democracy in the Days of The Donald

For all of his successes and scandals, Donald Trump is a spectacular specimen of the sheer absurdity of capitalism’s survival long past its “expiration date”.

Flint Poisoned: Capitalism’s New Normalcy

Over 25 years after Michael Moore’s film Roger and Me depicted the devastation of Flint after the collapse of the local auto industry, the city has become the poster child for something that “isn’t supposed to happen here.” 

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