The Supreme Court is again attacking the right to strike. The labor movement needs to fight back!
Joining the massive wave of labor action on campuses across the country, academic workers at New Jersey’s largest public university went on strike on April 10. Big lessons for the broader labor movement can be […]
The crisis of capitalism means there is no job free from the grinding oppression of the profit motive. A victory for the Writers Guild of America would be a victory for the entire working class […]
As the labor movement gains momentum, the US Chamber of Commerce—the largest pro-business lobbying group in the country—is working hand-in-glove with the Supreme Court to undermine workers’ rights.
A nationwide strike has broken out across Iran. Beginning April 21 at 18 workplaces, it has spread to over 100 firms across the mining, steel, and oil-gas sectors.
While other industries can shutter a storefront overnight to stifle unionization efforts, mining corporations cannot do the same with a mining operation. Conditions are rotten-ripe for the expropriation of these crucial industries, which we cannot […]
This episode of Socialist Revolution podcast features an interview between our comrade Tom Trottier and Joe Attard from our international headquarters in London about the exciting developments in the US labor movement.
We are beginning to see a change in the class struggle in the Baltic States, with a national, three-day strike by education workers in April. This is a sign of things to come.
The courageous struggle of the Warrior Met coal miners ended in defeat. It show that harnessing that vast power of the working class starts with an uncompromising class perspective.
Germany was shaken by its largest strike in 30 years. This “mega-strike,” organized by two of the country’s biggest unions, brought the German transport system to a complete standstill.
The French government’s use of Article 49.3 of the constitution to force through Macron’s pension reforms without a parliamentary vote on March 16 marked a turning point in the development of the struggle.
Socialist Revolution sat down with a Penn Medicine resident to discuss the union campaign at the workplace. As Marx put it, “the bourgeoisie has converted the physician into its paid wage laborer.”