The general secretary election for Britain’s largest trade union is down to the wire. Our British comrades of Socialist Appeal are all out calling for a vote for class-fighter left-wing candidate Paul Holmes.
The capitalists are eager for the COVID-19 crisis to come to an end, and many anticipate a rapid economic bounceback. But the new normal will be one of crisis, chaos, and class struggle.
Jeremy Corbyn is back in the Labour Party, after apologizing for earlier remarks. But no amount of appeasement will satisfy the right wing. This war is far from over.
A second wave of COVID-19 is ravaging Europe. This was not inevitable, but a deadly consequence of governments prioritizing the wealth of the capitalists over the health of the population.
Events are moving very fast in Peru. On November 9, the president Martin Vizcarra was removed from office. Now, the new Merino government has fallen under the pressure of the mass movement unleashed in recent […]
Comrade Amar Fayaz was abducted on November 8 by state authorities of Pakistan from Jamshoro and his whereabouts are still unknown. Join our international solidarity campaign to demand his safe release!
Last week, 20-year-old Alexis went missing in Cancún. On Sunday, her dead mutilated body was found in plastic bags. Thousands of youths are taking to the streets to protest against this brutal murder.
Joe Biden has won the 2020 presidential elections, to the delight of the establishment, and the relief of millions of ordinary Americans fed up with Donald Trump. But his presidency will not resolve any of […]
On November 8 at around 1:30 AM, men in two jeeps abducted comrade Amar Fayaz in Jamshoro, Sindh. We appeal to all our comrades and supporters to struggle for his release!
We republish a resolution presented in the Phoenix DSA chapter. Written by Marxist members of DSA who support our ideas, it argues for a clean break from the Democrats and for independent class politics.
Election night has come and gone without any clear results. Here we provide an analysis of where things stand one day into the post-election chaos.
American society is as polarized as it has ever been in living memory. But this much is clear already: the working class has no candidate in today’s election.