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Workers Occupy Factory to Keep their Jobs with PepsiCo

600 workers who were fired by PepsiCo are taking matters into their own hands and occupying the factory in Buenos Aires.

Mira Craig-Morse

June 29, 2017

Is Socialism Not a Struggle for Power?

Attempts to separate revolutionary authority from socialism mangle both the aims and history of socialism.

Hart Eagleburger

May 8, 2017

Repeal Market Health Care – It’s Time to Fight for Medicare For All

The Affordable Care Act and the now-failed American Health Care Act are different versions of a market-led, for-profit health care insurance system. They both allow private hospitals, the private insurance industry, and pharmaceutical companies to win out at the expense – both economic and physical – of working families.

Emma Vignola

April 4, 2017

International Women’s Day: Feminism and Workers’ Movements

On March 8, thousands of women around the world took to the streets and went on strike. What is International Women's Day and where did it come from?

Angela Dunne

March 9, 2017

Brazilian Electronic Duo NU Launches a Call for the Rebirth of Lilith on March 8.

Guest Artists: Brazilian Electronic Duo NU Launches a Call for the Rebirth of Lilith on March 8. Check out their website here: www.nakeduniverse.net

Francesca Cricelli

March 8, 2017

With Ellison Defeated, What Next for the Democratic Socialists of America?

Guest contributors Hart Eagleburger and Jack Rusk critically assess the position paper of the Left Caucus of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) and the organizational dynamics and future of the DSA in the aftermath of Keith Ellison’s failed run for DNC chair.

Hart Eagleburger

March 1, 2017

Disappointing Reactions to the Anti-Milo Berkeley Antifa Action

Guest contributors Hart Eagleburger and Jack Rusk argue that commentators should avoid accusing the Black Bloc of being infiltrated by the right wing or police without any evidence, regardless of how one feels about the Black Bloc

Hart Eagleburger

February 16, 2017

Theory and Popularization

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 revolutionary practice.

Doug Enaa Greene

February 15, 2017

What We Can Learn from MLK’s Poor People’s Campaign

Towards the end of his life and career, Dr. Martin Luther King proposed the idea of assembling a ‘multiracial army of the poor’ as part of his Poor People's Campaign. At a time when the political arena is as divisive as ever, there is much to be gained from revisiting the tenets of King's push for a 'radical restructuring of wealth and power.'

Lily Cichanowicz

February 13, 2017