Turkish police are still holding one of our contributors, Max Zirngast, on completely bogus charges. We demand his immediate release.
International speculators are playing games with our housing market — and we’re the ones losing.
Universal suffrage has been a central objective for socialists from the start. We still have plenty of work left to do.
It’s been a long time since a strike in the US directly targeted sexual harassment. But on Tuesday, women workers took direct action against their bosses and brought the #MeToo movement to McDonald’s.
Jon Burge, the Chicago police commander who tortured over one hundred black men, died yesterday. He acted with complete impunity over almost two decades before reporters, activists, and human rights attorneys stopped him.
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Children deserve to spend their days in the company of peers, having fun, and discovering the world with the help of loving, well-compensated adults.
Socialist New York State Senate candidate Julia Salazar on electoral politics, the Democratic Party, and why strikes matter.
Recently released FBI documents detailing the bureau’s actions against George Crockett Jr show how the bureau acts as the nation’s political police, relentlessly hounding radicals.
Concern trolls often ask how we can “afford” socialist policies. Once we’re in power, we’ll have options. For now, just ignore them.
The teachers strike wave has reached Los Angeles: teachers there recently voted overwhelmingly to strike. They are fighting against school privatization, wage and benefit cuts, and the nationwide project to dismantle public education.
With a carbon tax and dividend, we can fight climate change — and reduce inequality.
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In an extensive interview, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez discusses the nuts and bolts of her recent victory, why centrist Democrats are vulnerable to left-wing challengers, voter disenfranchisement, the political status of Puerto Rico, and much more.
Black activists might have initiated the fight for community control in Ocean Hill-Brownsville in 1968. But the Ford Foundation not only played a key role in the idea’s conception; they shaped its execution according to elite, liberal aims.
UPS drivers are facing a contract with huge proposed concessions negotiated by James Hoffa. The only way to protect their living standards is to vote “no.”
Jovanka Beckles is a democratic socialist running for California state assembly. In an interview, she explains how she fought oil giant Chevron, how to fix California’s housing crisis, and why capitalism isn’t working for average Californians.
A new book brings to life Marx’s formative years in London, filtered through the prism of magical realism.
Africa* Is a Country
*Not the continent with 54 countries
“I love Africa Is a Country, because it is basically the inside of my head.”
— Teju Cole