A rising chorus of mainstream politicians and pundits wants you to put off retirement and work into your seventies. Don’t listen to them. We have plenty of resources to allow American workers to retire with dignity and enjoy their golden years without forcing them to keep working.
The GM strike was a reminder of two old lessons: rank-and-file militancy is the foundation of working-class struggle. But to win, we need a broader socialist politics that can both support worker organizing and push it further.
Despite years of a deep crisis across the United States, affordable housing has never been a major issue on the national agenda. That’s changing.
The Lib Dems want the UK election to be solely about Brexit, because they don’t want you to remember that their record in government was one of deadly austerity and heightened inequality.
The grassroots group Momentum was an instrumental campaigning force for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party during the 2017 election. Now the group is bigger and stronger, and preparing for victory next month.
Workers at the privatized Cinder Bed Road bus garage near Washington, DC are on strike as part of a broader labor upsurge in the nation’s capital. They’re fighting for better wages and benefits for themselves — and for better public services for all of us.
Somehow, the least progressive Medicare-for-All funding proposal I have ever seen is being championed by many in the media as our best and only choice.
In attacking President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s administration over a recent botched raid on the Sinaloa Cartel, the Mexican right is cynically using a crisis of its own making in an attempt to destabilize AMLO, taking Mexico's people as hostages.
Kids love Richard Scarry’s Busytown books because they put the workers they recognize from daily life at the core of the story. And those same workers are donating in droves to Bernie Sanders.
The corporate media stands united in opposition against leftists in Latin America. That’s why it refuses to state the obvious: Bolivian president Evo Morales was deposed over the weekend in a violent coup.
Just like Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party, Jo Swinson and the Lib Dems don’t want to solve the Brexit crisis. They want an endless cycle of grievance and polarization to try to stay relevant.
From ousting of Árbenz to Allende and now Morales, Latin America has seen a lot of right-wing coups. Here's historian Greg Grandin with some tips on how to understand what you're seeing in Bolivia today.