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Editorial of Left Voice Magazine #5
by the Editorial Board
What is the role of a publication in the long-term strategy for socialism?
by Juan Cruz Ferre
The Squad is giving a new face to socialism in the U.S.—unfortunately, it’s one that supports the Democratic Party, the U.S. military, and capitalism.
by Sonja Krieger
How can we understand Donald Trump and what can we expect from his re-election run?
by Maria Aurelio
In order to win, the working class needs democratic unions, internationalism, and a leadership oriented towards class struggle.
by Ben Fredericks
The “$7K or Strike” demand aims to double the wages of exploited adjunct faculty. Such a radical demand requires radical action, but the union leadership is standing in the way.
by James Dennis Hoff
The struggle for Black liberation was an integral part of the US Communist Party’s practice in the years after its foundation. The party’s work was particularly influenced by the Bolshevik Party and Black radicalism in America.
by Jimena Vergara and Julia Wallace
Fifty years after the Stonewall uprising, the LGBTQ+ movement faces lots of conservative pressures. What could a revolutionary alternative look like?
by Tatiana Cozzarelli
The emergence of the Yellow Vests in France shook the regime of an imperialist country to its core. One year after the protests began, what can they teach socialists around the world?
by Damien Bernard and Madeleine Freeman
The revolutionary socialist left in Argentina has gotten up to 1.2 million votes. How did the Trotskyists gain so much influence?
by Matías Maiello and Octavio Crivaro
An Interview with Dauno Totoro of the Revolutionary Workers Party (PTR)
Interview with Dauno Tótoro
Allende’s experience was the most radical attempt to achieve socialism through elections and gradual reforms. What went wrong?
by Pablo Torres and Dauno Tótoro
The coup against Evo Morales spells disaster for peasants, workers, and indigenous people. But the popular resistance shows the potential to overturn it.
by Javo Ferreira
Tactics are how a battle is won. Strategy is the art of winning a war. How can the working class win political power?
by Nathaniel Flakin
Imperialist-era capitalism has created a climate emergency. The ecological Left needs to develop and put forward a socialist program as the only response capable of staving off the catastrophe.