No matter what industry you work in, a victory of the UAW striking workers will strengthen the working class as a whole and will help all types of workers organize their own unions.
A series of attacks on some of the world’s largest oil installations in Saudi Arabia have set sparks flying once again in the Middle East.
This summer has seen catastrophic fires in the Amazon, a consequence of environmental destruction in the interests of big business.
You did read that right. President Donald Trump has sacked his National Security Advisor, John Bolton, telling him his services are “no longer needed.”
The discontent is growing among Walmart’s chronically underpaid and overworked employees, and with it, a desire to fight back.
The Las Vegas Strip is known worldwide. Less known is the militant history of the casino workers, who are organized in one of the strongest trade unions in the US.
Philadelphia’s hospital is being shut down and sold to real estate developers. Its patients were overwhelmingly drawn from the most impoverished working class.
Why are these disgusting criminals so overrepresented in the upper echelons of society? Why does the legal system allow them to walk away, disproportionately punishing the poor?
By “acquiring” third country nationals and shipping them into war zones, defense contractors create a pool of bonded labor, totally dependent on the company.
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.
Editorial for Socialist Revolution #17: The climate is already in revolt. Now it’s up to the workers and youth of the world to rise up to bring down this system.
Jacobin founder Bhaskar Sunkara recently published a new book. We welcome this contribution, insofar as it provides an opportunity to clarify our perspectives.