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Left Voice Magazine #2: Women on the Front Lines

Our new print issue is out! If you like our politics and you want to support us, go ahead and subscribe! We’re offering free shipping for the first 2 weeks.

Left Voice

April 8, 2017
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Left Voice’s second print edition, “Women on the Front Lines,” is now available for purchase. The magazine was printed in a worker-controlled factory in Argentina. These factories are facing extreme economic hardship due to President Macri’s austerity measures. For every magazine sell, Left Voice will donate a dollar to a factory under worker control.

You can can buy the magazine in digital (pdf) or print. You can also subscribe to this magazine and the next two print editions for a reduced price. All subscribers will have access to the previous print edition online.

Contents

Editorial
The Comeback

Trump and the New Nationalist Era
Robert Belano

The DSA in the Democratic Party Labyrinth
Tracy Kwon & Jimena Vergara

Deliver Us to the Lesser Evil
Jack Rusk & Hart Eagleburger

The Party We Need: A Revolutionary Socialist Party
Juan Cruz Ferre

Dossier

Our Duty to Win: Strategy and Anti-Capitalist Feminism
Tatiana Cozzarelli

March 8: When the Earth Shook
Andrea D’Atri & Celeste Murillo

A Resistance Movement for the Planet
John Bellamy Foster

Marxism and Military Strategy
Emilio Albamonte & Matias Maiello

Why Socialists Have Always Fought for Open Borders. A Debate with Socialist Alternative
Wladek Flakin

Class, Party and Leadership: Lessons from the Spanish Revolution
Santiago Lupe

A Race Towards the Abyss: Labor and Capital in a Globalized Market
Esteban Mercatante

Mexico’s New Working Class
Jimena Vergara

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Militant journalism, revolutionary politics.

Ideas & Debates

The Movement for Palestine Needs Independent, Working-Class Politics

As the brutal genocide of Palestinians continues with the help of the Biden administration, there is maneuver underway to co-opt the movement for Palestine. We need to have a democratic and independent movement that relies on the power of the working class, the student movement, and mobilizations in the streets.

Tatiana Cozzarelli

April 7, 2024

Self Organization and the Mexican Student Strike 

Left Voice member speaks about the massive 1999 Mexican student strike and the role of assemblies.

Jimena Vergara

March 30, 2024

The Convulsive Interregnum of the International Situation

The capitalist world is in a "permacrisis" — a prolonged period of instability which may lead to catastrophic events. The ongoing struggles for hegemony could lead to open military conflicts.

Claudia Cinatti

March 22, 2024

“Poor Things” Floats Like a Butterfly and Stings Like a Butterfly

Poor Things is a fantastical comedy with beautiful set design and costumes and an Oscar-winning performance from Emma Stone. So why did it leave me feeling so empty? Despite juggling feminist and socialist ideas, the film is ideologically muddled and often self-contradictory.

Basil Rozlaban

March 16, 2024

MOST RECENT

U.S. Imperialism is Pushing Tensions in the Middle East to a Boiling Point

U.S. Imperialism's support for Israel is driving the tensions behind Iran's attack and the escalations in the Middle East. It is all the more urgent for the working class to unite with the movement for Palestine against imperialism and chart a way out of the crisis in the region.

Samuel Karlin

April 15, 2024

Thousands of Police Deployed to Shut Down Congress on Palestine in Berlin

This weekend, a Palestine Congress was supposed to take place in the German capital. But 2,500 police were mobilized and shut down the event before the first speech could be held. Multiple Jewish comrades were arrested.

Nathaniel Flakin

April 12, 2024

Liberal Towns in New Jersey Are Increasing Attacks on Pro-Palestine Activists

A group of neighbors in South Orange and Maplewood have become a reference point for pro-Palestine organizing in New Jersey suburbs. Now these liberal towns are upping repression against the local activists.

Samuel Karlin

April 12, 2024

“We Shouldn’t Let this Stop Us”: Suspended Columbia Student Activist Speaks Out

Aidan Parisi, a student at Columbia University’s School of Social Work, was recently suspended and has been threatened with eviction from their graduate student housing for pro-Palestinian activism on campus. Aidan talked to Left Voice about the state of repression, the movement at Columbia, and the path forward for uniting the student movement with the labor movement and other movements against oppression.

Left Voice

April 11, 2024