The class struggle within Uber is rippling through global markets. We analyze here the dynamics and repercussions of the so-called sharing economy.
The social costs of the next recession will be borne first by the working class. No level of sustained economic growth under capitalism will reverse the exploitation of workers that drives that growth.
The ongoing assault on abortion rights is the result of deliberate, long-term ideological groundwork, combined with political organization—all to advance the interests of the capitalist class.
While it is still the most powerful imperialist force on earth, on every sphere the era of unquestioned US dominance is over.
The crisis of climate change has led to a renewed influx of climate refugees. The response of the capitalists is to intensify border violence.
The system of cash bail and its variants is an object lesson in how the criminal justice system is heavily rigged in favor of the rich.
A new wave of labor actions by white-collar workers threatens the tech industry’s deep ties to the highly profitable defense and deportation industries.
Trump’s trade war poses a disproportionate threat for the farming sector, bringing the president into conflict with agribusiness and broad swathes of his base.
Between January 2017 and April 2018, more than a third of the largest newspapers in the United States laid off workers.
Like all other problems under capitalism, “soul-destroying traffic” can’t be solved by another round of capitalist development.
In the context of the war carried out by the policing apparatus against minorities and the poor, millions of prisoners are being disenfranchised.
Only the working class can build a globally connected network of production, distribution, and exchange, based on solidarity and human need.