"Wall Street Socialism" and the US elections

It was not the immediate crisis on Wall Street that has “caused” the public outrage against the Big Business bail out. This was only the “straw that broke the camel’s back.” This has simply brought […]

The U.S. Elections and the Working Class

Elections can reveal a lot about a country, and the fast-approaching U.S. presidential election is proving to be no exception. Above all, the current election shows just how much working Americans need their own political […]

The War, the Economy, and the Elections

As the “American Dream” is transformed into an “American Nightmare,” more and more people will begin to question the very system that leads to such instability.

Super Tuesday and the U.S. Elections

The U.S. election cycle is in full swing a full nine months before voters actually go to the polls on November 4th. On "Super Tuesday" registered voters in 24 states came out to vote in […]

Election 2008 and the U.S. Working Class

As we go to press, the race to nominate the next presidential candidates of big business is still wide open. But the real question is, who will represent the working class majority of American society?

Election 2008: Follow the Money

The fact that Clinton is supported by the arms manufacturers is no surprise. Those in big business clearly know that the policies of the Democrats are good for them.

U.S. Elections 2006: A Referendum on Bush

In what was in all but name a referendum on George W. Bush, the Democratic Party has been swept into power in the House of Representatives and Senate.  The majority of state governors’ mansions were […]

An Initial Look at the U.S. Mid-Term Elections

This year's mid-term elections mark yet another change in the consciousness of the U.S. working class.  Every such change needs to be examined carefully from a dialectical, Marxist, working class perspective so we can understand […]

Elections in the U.S. & Latin America

Although they may differ with the Republicans on this or that secondary issue, on all fundamental questions, the Democrats consistently defend the interests of big business against the interests of working people. How could it […]

US Mid-Term Election 2002: The factors that led to the Republican victory

As the results of the mid-term elections come in – an apparent sweeping victory for President Bush's Republican Party – many questions must be answered.  How and why did this happen?  What will it mean […]

A First Look at U.S. Election 2004: “Democracy” Rears Its Ugly Head

The U.S. Presidential Election of 2004 marks yet another turning point in the rapidly changing consciousness of the American working class.