There has never been greater potential for building the forces of revolutionary Marxism, for running independent socialist candidates, and for building a new mass socialist party.
Sanders is running in the Democratic Party, one of the two major big business political parties, to be their candidate for president.
An ongoing series on membership in the IMT, in which comrades explain what drove them to reject the capitalist system and embrace revolutionary socialism.
Socialism is on the minds of millions of Americans for the first time. Inevitably, many have different ideas of what “socialism” means.
The political landscape is shifting fast in the US, and Democratic strategists are hoping to use this momentum to their advantage.
The movement around Bernie Sanders has no future unless it breaks with the Democratic Party.
Bernie Sanders has only tightened his embrace of the party that stabbed him in the back.
How can we end the vicious two-establishment-parties cycle once and for all? Serious activists who really want a revolution need to examine the issues carefully.
We received the following letter from a participant in the May 14, 2016 Nevada Democratic Party state convention. As the writer explains, supporters of Bernie Sanders received a harsh lesson in the “School of the Democrats.”
The 2016 presidential election is not like most recent US elections—it is actually interesting and exciting!
Many workers and youth are attracted to Sanders because he is the only mainstream candidate to identify as a socialist calling for a “political revolution” against “the billionaire class.” Where will his program of reforms lead?