The Fight for a Mass Workers’ Party in the US

Why is there no mass workers’ party in the US? What lessons can we learn from history to change this in the future?

Building a Mass Socialist Party: Class Independence vs. the “Party Surrogate” Strategy

Every major contradiction in US politics today flows from the fact that the working class has no party of its own. That’s why the DSA debate over the “party question” is here to stay.

The Greater Evil of American Politics

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.

When the Socialist Party Was a Factor in US Politics: Lessons in Party Building

In this article, the conditions for socialist revolution are analyzed, looking at the experience of the Socialist Party of America.

Engels Letter on the Need for a US Labor Party

The following letter from Frederick Engels shows his perspective for the development of a labor party in the United States and the way that Marxists should orient to such a party.

Prospects for a Labor Party

In every major country, the working class has built political parties to combat the capitalists in the political arena, with one exception: the working class in the United States has not yet built its own political […]