Lessons from Bessemer: Only Class-Struggle Unionism Can Defeat Amazon!

Given the profile of Bessemer’s union campaign, the defeat comes as a disappointment for many—but we have no reason to be pessimistic. The lessons from this struggle show the way forward.

The “Fight for $15” in 2021

Marxists support even the smallest reforms and would be in favor of legislation that raised the federal minimum wage to $15. But we must be clear that in 2021, $15 is far from being a […]

American Airline Workers under Attack: Class-Struggle Trade Unionism Needed!

A Phoenix-based flight attendant and member of the APFA union highlights the many ways in which profits have been prioritized over the safety of airline staff since the onset of the pandemic.

Interview with Chris Smalls: “The Labor Movement Is Awakening”

Socialist Revolution interviewed former Amazon employee, Chris Smalls, who was fired after his attempt to organize a strike at their Staten Island warehouse over health concerns resulting from COVID-19.

Amazon Workers Fight to Unionize in Alabama

For the first time in 26 years, Amazon could lose its long-running battle to keep unions out of its warehouses in the US.

Marathon Refinery Workers Locked Out in Minnesota

Members of the IMT have joined the picket lines of locked-out Marathon oil refinery workers in the Twin Cities. We fully support the demands of Local 120.

Twin Cities: Strikes and Organizing on the Rise as Workers Fight Back

The crisis and convulsions in the US have set the stage for an offensive by the working class. The recent wave of labor struggles has made itself felt in the Twin Cities, the home of […]

[Video] How Revolutionary Socialism Can Revive the Labor Movement

How can workers organize to fight back against capitalist crisis? What is the role of revolutionary socialists in the US labor movement? Tom Trottier discusses these questions and more at our November 2020 Marxist School.

Interview with Cliff Willmeng: A Class-Struggle Leadership Candidate for MN Nurses Association

Socialist Revolution recently interviewed Cliff Willmeng, a labor activist and candidate for the Board of Directors of the Minneapolis Nurses Association and for delegate to the Minnesota AFL-CIO.

The Wall Street Crash and the Great Depression: Lessons for Today

With mass unemployment on the cards, many are comparing the current crisis to the Great Depression of the 1930s. There are many lessons from studying the period of the Great Depression.

NBA Players Launch a Political Strike: What’s Organized Labor Waiting for?

In the aftermath of the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, a number of NBA teams staged a wildcat political strike in protest of the racist police terror that has convulsed the country in […]

Class Struggle and the New Deal

We are living through a time in which many people have lost all hope in the future. There are many lessons for socialists to learn from the Great Depression and how the FDR administration presided […]