INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

“Feminists are currently leading the way”

After the bigger and more widespread mobilizations around an internationally coordinated call this 8 March, International Women’s Day, than have been seen for many years, Penelope Duggan from (...)

Cinzia Arruzza
Penelope Duggan

BOOK REVIEW:

Dreamland: Capitalist Crisis and the Heroin Epidemic

Wladek Flakin

BRAZIL

São Paulo Metro on Strike

Victor Mariutti

ARGENTINA

Argentina: Massive Teacher’s March on Eighth Day of Strike

Sara Jayne

ART & CULTURE

BoJack Horseman: A Manic-Depressive Horse, Loosely Based on Bertolt Brecht

Wladek Flakin

INTERVIEW

Woefully Understaffed, Maryland Nurses Fight to Unionize

Suzanne Mintz is a nurse at Holy Cross Hospital in Maryland. Since February 2016, she has been organizing with other nurses to form a union.

Suzanne Mintz

MEXICO

A Close Look at the Zapatistas Presidential Campaign

Last year, the Zapatista Army of National Liberation announced that it would launch an indigenous candidacy alongside the National Indigenous Congress for the 2018 presidential elections in Mexico.

Óscar Fernández

UNITED STATES

New York City Prepares for the Women’s Strike

Calls for the International Women’s Strike have reached New York City, as people prepare for a day of mobilizations and actions on March 8.

UNITED STATES

Fight Trump, Keep Dems at Bay: The Case Against a Popular Front

Juan Cruz Ferre
Ariane Fischer

If we want long term gains for the working class, we need to avoid the trap of the Democratic Party.

UNITED STATES

Two Sides of the Same Old Coin: Ellison, Perez, and Democratic Party Establishment

Tatiana Cozzarelli

GUEST POST

Theory and Popularization

Doug Greene

Socialist and communist parties have often blurred the line between theory and popularization. Marxist theory is not simply sociology — the study of political economy or history — but a guide for (...)

IDEAS & DEBATES

Can the Police Stop Deportations? A Debate with Kshama Sawant

Wladek Flakin

PALESTINE

Palestine, Marxists and the "One-State Solution"

Wladek Flakin

Trump suggested that he may abandon plans for a "two-state solution." For decades, US foreign police has aimed to create a Palestinian state. But even before Trump's remarks, this solution was (...)

GUEST POST

General Strike: How the Working Class Takes Control

Talking about the general strike is the right conversation to be having.

Jack Rusk

FRANCE ELECTIONS

The Uncertainty of the Presidential Elections and the “Organic Crisis” of French Capitalism

"It’s like watching a Quentin Tarantino movie". This is how two editors from Le Monde began an article describing the series of unprecedented events and the high level of uncertainty in the French (...)

Juan Chingo

SOVIET UNION

Summers in Soviet Russia

This is the last of three articles by Anna Malyukova about her memories of the Soviet Union, where she grew up and lived. Anna’s account is not a detached political analysis of the situation in (...)

Anna Malyukova

ARGENTINA

Zanon expropriated: An unforgettable day!

Workers’ self-management at Zanon ceramic tile factory is nearing its 15-year milestone of struggle and production.

Titin Moreira
Raúl Godoy
Mariano Pedrero

Gender

WOMEN'S MOVEMENT

Women on Strike: Reclaiming Socialism for International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day (previously known as International Working Women’s Day) was created by socialists to commemorate the women garment workers’ strike in 1908. These two aspects of March 8 — (...)

Tatiana Cozzarelli

VIDEO

INTERVIEW

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We Need a Feminism of the 99%

LABOR

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VIDEO: NYC Construction Workers Fight for Better Working Conditions

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Live Stream: Repression at Trump Protests

UNITED STATES

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Jan20 #ResistTrump Inauguration Protest

ARGENTINA

The Rise of the Revolutionary Left in Argentina

Juan Cruz Ferre
Marisela Trevin

In the global context of the advance of the right wing and proliferation of neoreformism, a new revolutionary left is growing in Argentina.

Arts & Culture

Manifesto for an Independent Revolutionary Art

n 1938, André Breton and Leon Trotsky worked together on this manifesto. The final version was signed by André Breton and Diego Rivera.

André Breton
Diego Rivera
Leon Trotsky

EUROPE

Swedish Dockworkers’ Union: Born Fighting Bosses and Bureaucrats

The Swedish Dockworkers’ Union (SDU) has been shaped by decades of rank and file rebellion, bureaucratic expulsions from a general transport union and a long history of international solidarity.

Sean Robertson

GUEST POST

Towards a New Socialist Party

Socialists should start discussing the possibility of a new party born of working class struggles

Hart Eagleburger
Jack Rusk