4 December 2018 | U.S. politics are being continually redefined. What are the implications of a changing South for building the Left?
8 November 2018 | While voter suppression received notable attention in the months before the midterms, problems at voting stations on Election Day presented new obstacles for voters around the (...)
7 November 2018 | Democrats handily took control of the House, but a few key defeats tainted the election results. The great protagonist: women of color.
Juan Cruz Ferre
2 October 2018 | In a blatant display of anti-democratic maneuvers by the State of Connecticut, socialist candidate Fred Linck has been denied application for ballot status after collecting over 11,000 supporting (...)
7 August 2018 | Things have moved quickly since June, when Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez won a primary election in New York, becoming the Democratic Party’s candidate for a seat in the U.S. House of (...)
30 June 2018 | Ocasio’s victory in the Democratic primaries is a sign of increasing openness to socialism among U.S. voters. The left may squander the opportunity revealed by her win if the wrong lessons are (...)
28 July 2017 | The Democratic Party has often been called “the graveyard of social movements,” and more often than not the social struggles in the United States end their useful lives digging their own graves in (...)
Hart EagleburgerJack Rusk
21 January 2017 | Thousands around the country and around the world unite to fight Trump.
20 January 2017 | Led this year by Robert Jeffress, a Southern Baptist pastor, Trump's inaugural mass was entitled “When God Chooses a Leader”. The title is a reference to the biblical figure, Nehemiah, who built a (...)
16 January 2017 | A list of events and actions taking place in Washington, DC from January 19 to 21.
13 January 2017 | Real working class power is built through organization and disruption, not by support for bourgeois electoral candidates
29 December 2016 | Much has been written to absorb the conservative avalanche that turned so many states red in the November elections. Even the screenwriters of “House of Cards” could not have a big enough (...)
27 December 2016 | The authors critically analyze Seth Ackerman’s ‘Blueprint for a New Party’.
26 December 2016 | A radical, right-wing, middle-class insurgency displaced the hegemonic capitalists in the Republican Party, at least temporarily.
18 December 2016 | A Sandernista ends things with Bernie
10 December 2016
9 December 2016 | Several leftist parties placed their bets on the Greens. Despite favorable conditions for the growth of the Greens, they failed to become the dynamic third party that so many leftists believed (...)
2 December 2016 | The two marxist scholars exchange on the current economic situation and the tasks ahead.
26 November 2016 | Does Trump’s victory mark the end of neoliberalism? In this article, we will analyze Trump’s economic platform, its striking contradictions and the balance between demagoguery and (...)
21 November 2016 | Three teachers share their experiences in the classroom the day after Trump was elected. All K-12 and university teachers are invited to share their experiences with Left Voice in a paragraph or (...)
16 November 2016 | A teacher shares her experience in the classroom the day after Trump was elected. All K-12 and university teachers are invited to share their experiences with Left Voice in a paragraph or more. (...)
16 November 2016 | There’s been a flood of explanations for Trump’s victory. Interpretations aside, his triumph is a measure of how undemocratic the electoral system is.
Juan Cruz FerreTre Kwon