America’s Most Unwanted

This fall, millions of Americans will be asked to go to the polls to choose between two staunch defenders of capitalism committed to attacking the working class at home and abroad.

Trump, the Ruling Class, and the Crisis of the Regime

The entire regime of American capitalism is divided, and the era of relative political, economic, and social stability is over.

Ohio Voters Defeat Reaction in the Abortion Referendum

On November 7, over two million Ohioans voted “yes” on measure one, forcing the state to protect abortion rights. This was a defensive measure by the workers to protect their class interests, despite the Democrats.

Federal Charges Against Trump and Hunter Biden Underscore Instability in US Politics

President Biden’s son will plead guilty to federal tax and gun charges in yet another example of the growing instability and lack of confidence in US institutions as we head into the 2024 presidential election.

US Perspectives 2023: The Road to the Third American Revolution

Drafted as a discussion document to be amended and voted on at the 2023 National Congress of the US section of the IMT, this text draws a balance sheet of the events that have unfolded […]

El enjuiciamiento de Trump profundiza la crisis del régimen

En otra señal más de la creciente inestabilidad de la política burguesa estadounidense, se han presentado cargos penales contra un ex presidente por primera vez en la historia de Estados Unidos.

Trump’s Arrest Deepens the Crisis of the Regime

In yet another sign of the growing instability of US bourgeois politics, criminal charges have been filed against a former president for the first time in American history.

Chicago Elections: You Can’t Reform a Broken System

On February 28, voters in Chicago will go to the polls. Although the working class is the vast majority of the population, we have no party in this election.

2022 US Midterms: Turmoil, Polarization, and the Need for a Workers’ Alternative

With the 2022 midterms more or less behind us, the opening shots of the next presidential election campaign are already being fired, and the political waters are, in many ways, even muddier than before.

Slavery on the Ballot in 2022

157 years after the ratification of the 13th Amendment, voters in five states—Alabama, Louisiana, Oregon, Tennessee, and Vermont—will face ballot questions on the abolition of slavery in the 2022 midterms.

Republicans and Democrats in Disarray as the 2022 Midterms Loom: Fight Trumpism, Fight for Socialism!

With the GOP decaying into Trumpism, the traditional dynamics of US bourgeois politics have been entirely upended in the last period. We will soon get a partial snapshot of the political moods in American society […]

The End of the Biden Honeymoon

With his domestic policy floundering, and the defeat of the Democrats’ upsets in this off-year election, Biden’s honeymoon is winding down.