In the aftermath of the Enron scandal, Bush Jr. stated that, "One of the things we’re deeply concerned about is that there has been a wave of bankruptcies that have caused many workers to lose […]
As we celebrate the holiday season and say goodbye to the year 2002, it is also a time when we look back on the preceding year and make our resolutions for the next. 2002 has […]
As the results of the mid-term elections come in – an apparent sweeping victory for President Bush's Republican Party – many questions must be answered. How and why did this happen? What will it mean […]
Although Bush's new overtime law has been rejected by both houses of Congress, this fundamental right is in grave danger. This and all other hard-fought gains of the labor movement are under attack. Workers can […]
A look at what Bush's "mandate" will mean for the workers of the U.S. and the world. From issue number 15 of Socialist Appeal. By David May.
Not content to wait until his inauguration, President George W. Bush and his administration have already launched an all-out offensive to “reform” the Social Security system. Bush, the Republican Party and their Wall Street cronies […]
New London, Connecticut is a small historic city, but on April fourth it will be seen globally as the location of the next Mock Terror Attack. For an entire week in April of 2005, a […]
Coming into office with a budget surplus in the trillions of dollars, the Bush Administration has successfully emptied the world’s largest coffers—and then some. All this in less than five years.
Seemingly overnight, the mood of the American people has finally turned against the war in Iraq, and millions who were initially cowed by the bellicose triumphalism of Washington are now openly questioning it.
It is no secret that we live in an age where the average working person has two things constantly looming over them. Those two omnipresent worries are to maintain a steady paycheck and to maintain […]
History has made it clear: the capitalist elite seems most happy while the masses suffer. Things that are detrimental to the lives of the working majority go to the financial benefit of the ruling few. […]
With support from the Democratic leadership, Congress passed the Bush education plan, which will require public schools to administer basic skills tests in math and reading to students in grades 3 to 8 by the […]