With just weeks left in his term, Trump crossed a line by fanning the flames of the riot at the Capitol. Profound divisions have surfaced within the Republican Party in the weeks that have followed.
Antonio Balmer addressed a meeting of our British comrades, explaining that the storming of Capitol Hill is a graphic illustration of the deep crisis of American bourgeois democracy.
Biden has been sworn in before an empty plaza patrolled by National Guards. Although the new administration will have a very different style than Trump’s, it remains a government of, by, and for big business.
While many will doubtlessly celebrate the silencing of the “Commander in Tweet,” socialists must consider the real consequences of the bans by Silicon Valley billionaires, and the implications for the class struggle.
The scenes of Confederate flag–waving Proud Boys storming the US capitol—egged on by the president himself—mark a dramatic escalation of the crisis of the regime less than a week into 2021.
What will the election results mean for the US working class? What should socialists do in the aftermath of Biden’s pyrrhic victory? John Peterson introduces this discussion at our post-election Marxist School.
Trump may have been beaten at the polls, but Trumpism and the system he and the Democrats defend are far from finished. Only socialism defeats Trump—and Trumpism!
Joe Biden presided with Obama over the largest oil boom in US history. His win is a victory for the energy sector capitalists, not for the climate.
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 […]
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.