Britain: The Market Says “No” to Trussonomics

After a month of market mayhem, the capitalist class has killed off Liz Truss’ reckless economic agenda. But they and their system can only offer further attacks.

Biden’s Infrastructure Plan and the Decline of American Capitalism

Biden announced his proposal for a $2 trillion infrastructure initiative. It’s important for socialists to draw a balance sheet of this plan and place it in its appropriate context.

California: Catastrophe Layered Upon Catastrophe

Amidst the new normal of pandemic and economic collapse, Californians are experiencing yet another one of the catastrophic consequences of capitalism: wildfire season.

American Infrastructure: From Rags to Ruins

Neither taxation nor privatization will keep our water clean, bridges safe, or roads intact. Taking control over these essentials means a fight against those who hold them–and us–hostage under a failing system.

The Oroville Dam Crisis and the Decaying Infrastructure of the US

The Oroville dam spillway failure once again highlights the life-threatening decay of public infrastructure in the world’s richest country.

Pittsburgh Transit: For Class-Struggle Methods

The struggle against transit cuts and union busting in Pittsburgh is now at a critical juncture. Since 2010, Democratic and Republican administrations at both the state and local level have been desperate to force the […]