The history of the Democratic Party shows that the only way for the working class to fight for a new system is through a party that is not rooted in capitalism.
The institutions of bourgeois justice are structurally incapable of bringing about justice for the world’s workers and poor (editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue 18).
You did read that right. President Donald Trump has sacked his National Security Advisor, John Bolton, telling him his services are “no longer needed.”
Why are these disgusting criminals so overrepresented in the upper echelons of society? Why does the legal system allow them to walk away, disproportionately punishing the poor?
Sanders is running in the Democratic Party, one of the two major big business political parties, to be their candidate for president.
After three years of mass protests across the country and beyond, let us evaluate what the Women’s March has accomplished.
In the editorial for Socialist Revolution Issue 12, contributing editor Tom Trottier discusses the longest government shutdown in US history.
Alan Woods, editor of In Defense of Marxism, replies to the White House report on socialism, and investigates why socialist ideas are gaining ground in the US.
Trump’s trade war poses a disproportionate threat for the farming sector, bringing the president into conflict with agribusiness and broad swathes of his base.
The system is tapped out and has nothing left to offer but perpetual crisis and chaos. Like both major parties that defend it, it needs to be hung out to dry.
With Cynthia Nixon’s defeat in the Democratic primary, New York’s Working Families Party finds itself in serious trouble—an opportune moment for a balance sheet of their tactic of “electoral fusion.”
The current wave of electoral campaigns associating themselves with socialism is an indication of the dramatic shift in the consciousness of the US working class.