In the editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue 4, we examine the question of reformism versus revolution, as well as so-called “non-reformist reforms.”
John Peterson commemorates the centenary of the Russian Revolution and looks ahead to the future American socialist revolution in the editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue 3.
Capitalism’s Impending Catastrophe and How to Stop It: Editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue #2
Editorial for the first issue of Socialist Revolution. The task before us is nothing less than the struggle for worldwide socialist revolution in our lifetimes!
Publishing one hundred issues of a revolutionary Marxist magazine is something of a milestone in the land of the Red Scare and Joseph McCarthy.
By giving tiny crumbs to a few and scapegoating others, Trump hopes to distract us from the real source of the problems faced by all workers: capitalism.
And so begins the Trump era: with worldwide protests, pessimism, and polarization
Electoral results provide an important, albeit imperfect snapshot of the mood in society at any given time. Processes that have been quietly evolving over years and decades suddenly surface and take form.
Come November, Americans will get to “choose” which unpopular crook and liar will get to rule them on behalf of Wall Street for the next four years.
The grisly images on television and social media are unrelenting: car bombings, nightclub massacres, killer cops, and cop killers. It is what Lenin called capitalist “horror without end”—without end.
That “the system is rigged” is the sentiment of millions of Americans as we head into the final stretch of the candidate selection process.
The US political pendulum, which had swung so far to the right, is beginning to swing dramatically in the opposite direction. Years of crisis and instability have inexorably had an effect on consciousness. Sanders’ insurgent […]