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.”
Philadelphia’s hospital is being shut down and sold to real estate developers. Its patients were overwhelmingly drawn from the most impoverished working class.
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?
People around the world have once again been shocked by a wave of mass shootings perpetrated by far-right extremists.
Recent days have fallen like an avalanche on the political ambitions of Governor Ricardo Rosselló. The power of the working class has brought Mr. Ricky to his knees.
A wave of outrage has swept the country as millions are disgusted by this barbaric attack on women.
The Minnesota congresswoman has been at the center of controversy in the media as part of their usual method of diverting attention from the real issues that affect the working class.
The historical pendulum promises an eventual resurgence of the labor movement. The strategic question is: what needs to be in place for a future revolution to succeed?
Today, there is a veritable “super bloom” of self-identified socialists. It is more important than ever that we understand the difference between opportunism and sectarianism.
Millions of Americans now recognize the scope of the problem facing us, but these policy proposals fall short of the transformation we need.