The US section of the IMT’s overview of the economic, social, and political crisis and instability facing US capitalism and imperialism.
US Marxists have a crucial role to play in ensuring the success of the world socialist revolution.
The following is the US perspectives document which was discussed and voted on at the National Congress of the US section of the International Marxist Tendency.
This document was originally drafted in early 2014 and was approved by the delegates to the 2014 WIL National Congress held May 24 and 25 in Pittsburgh, PA.
This document was drafted in the Spring of 2010, and discussed, amended, and approved at the May 2010 National Congress of the WIL.
This perspectives document was adopted by the National Congress of the Workers International League on May 17, 2008, having been drafted some weeks before.
The following is the final part of our 2007 document on Perspectives for the US Revolution.
Last spring, millions of immigrant workers, their families, and allies took to the streets of the U.S. in a spontaneous movement against the draconian anti-immigrant measures being proposed in the form of the Sensenbrenner Bill (HR4437).
Compared with most of the world, American workers enjoyed higher standards of living for several decades, due largely to the fierce union struggles of the past.
For several years we’ve analyzed the sluggish course of the world’s most powerful economy.
The war in Iraq is at the heart of the instability in the Middle East – and the U.S. It is now the third-longest-running war in U.S. history: longer than the American Civil War, the First and Second World Wars, and the Korean War.
This year’s U.S. Perspectives will bring up to date key aspects of last year’s extensive World and U.S. Perspectives documents.