The US is barreling blindly towards an electoral reckoning which, no matter the outcome, will test the limits of the American capitalists’ experiment with bourgeois democracy.
While Trump’s bravado has received the most attention, it is Democratic Party governors and mayors who are spearheading the brutal police repression of George Floyd protests.
Tune in for our weekly Saturday livestream at 7PM! K. Khan will join Socialist Revolution editor John Peterson for a balance sheet of the electoral strategy of running as Democrats put forward by Jacobin magazine.
How did Sanders, who struck terror into the DNC leadership, end up reframing his candidacy as a stratagem to “realign” the Democratic Party?
Bernie Sanders’s loss may be a great blow to millions of Americans. But it is also a turning point, and it shows the urgent necessity to break from the two-party system.
Yet again, the rotten nature of American capitalist democracy was exposed in Iowa. The world was treated to a trainwreck of unimaginable incompetence—or cynical sabotage.
The history of the Democratic Party shows that the only way for the working class to fight for a new system is through a party that is not rooted in capitalism.
The Minnesota congresswoman has been at the center of controversy in the media as part of their usual method of diverting attention from the real issues that affect the working class.
The political landscape is shifting fast in the US, and Democratic strategists are hoping to use this momentum to their advantage.
Editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue 7: “For or against” a decisive break from the party of the Clintons, Obamas, and Pelosis is a litmus test and line in the sand for the left.
The world waits with bated breath as the “leader of the free world” is selected. The campaign has been like no other seen in the US for a century or more.
Bernie’s decision to run for the Democratic Party’s nomination has shaken up the status quo. To understand what Sanders represents, we must examine his program and strategy.