Insanity is trying the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Such is the madness of reformism and class collaboration. Editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue 19.
The institutions of bourgeois justice are structurally incapable of bringing about justice for the world’s workers and poor (editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue 18).
Editorial for Socialist Revolution #17: The climate is already in revolt. Now it’s up to the workers and youth of the world to rise up to bring down this system.
Editorial for Socialist Revolution #16: The US working class has not gone down for the count—and we’re coming for the crumbs, the pie, and the table.
The stage is set for another convulsive economic disruption. The coming crisis will bring to the surface all the accumulated frustrations of the so-called boom years.
Today, there is a veritable “super bloom” of self-identified socialists. It is more important than ever that we understand the difference between opportunism and sectarianism.
In the editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue 12, contributing editor Tom Trottier discusses the longest government shutdown in US history.
Editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue 11, commemorating 50 years since the revolutionary events of 1968.
The system is tapped out and has nothing left to offer but perpetual crisis and chaos. Like both major parties that defend it, it needs to be hung out to dry.
The International Marxist Tendency is committed to fighting alongside the working class to finish the work started by Marx and Engels.
The Administration’s multi-front assault against the working class has intensified in recent months, enabled by the complacency of the working class’s leaders and the betrayals of the Democratic Party.
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.