The Iowa working class has been thrown into the frontlines in the fight for workers’ safety amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Capitalism and the profit-oriented health system endanger patients, healthcare workers, and America’s healthcare infrastructure in the face of COVID-19
Continued operations under COVID-19 have a very real cost. Within weeks the number of cases for the USPS has risen 25 time and managment’s response as been disastrous at best.
The bourgeoisie is eager to get a vaccine produced so they can put an end to this pandemic and restart production. The ruling class, however, is divided.
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An unprecedented economic, health, political, and social crisis has come crashing down on the working class, launching humanity into a new stage of history.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, the message sent to the working class by the bosses from the safety of their homes has been clear: “Go to work!”
One of the starkest ways in which the ugly face of capitalism has been exposed by the pandemic has been in the racial disparity of its victims. The mortality rate for black victims doubles that […]
The cramped quarters of Navy warships have been likened to “floating factories,” with conditions that can breed a fierce class hatred. Add a deadly virus to the already volatile mix, and the stage is set […]
COVID-19 is bringing economic and social dislocation with no parallel since the Second World War. It is a huge burden on working class people, and a real concern for the strategists of capital.
As the COVID-19 pandemic ravages New York City, the plight of homeless people continues to worsen, and the capitalist housing market proves incapable of meeting the needs of human beings.
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the underlying contradictions of capitalism, triggering a deep crisis on the scale of the 1930s. There will be no rebound after the lockdown ends, but a prolonged economic depression.