Tag: Bernie Sanders

Joe Biden Is Not a Decent Man

Joe Biden is the presumptive Democratic nominee to face off against Donald Trump in the general election. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and many other so-called ‘progressives’ have endorsed him. Sanders has even gone so far as to call him a “decent man” — but Joe Biden is anything but. 

Time for a Balance Sheet of the Sanders Campaign

Tens of thousands of socialists supported Bernie Sanders campaign. Now that Sanders has endorsed Joe Biden, it is time to draw the lessons. Rosa Luxemburg provides some insights.

Not Me, Biden

Joe Biden is repulsive: a racist, capitalist, imperialist. Today, Sanders papered over their many differences to give a full-throated endorsement. What does this mean?

Second Time as Farce: 4 Theses on the Defeat of Sanders

The DSA’s strategy around the Sanders campaign has been an unmitigated failure that has only strengthened the Democratic Party. In this moment of crisis the need for a party of the working class that fights for socialism is more important than ever. 

A Socialist Guide to Sanderism

Bernie Sanders dropped out of the race. Here are some articles about the Sanders phenomena and why Left Voice thinks socialists shouldn’t have supported Bernie and instead, should build an independent, socialist organization.

Requiem for a (Social Democratic) Dream

Just a month ago, many socialists were claiming Bernie Sanders could win the Democratic nomination and the U.S. presidency. Today, he suspended his campaign. What next?

Corbynism Lost, Sandersism is Losing: Why Working Within Capitalist Parties Fails

Jeremy Corbyn’s tenure as leader of the Labour Party came to an end with the election of Sir Keir Starmer. Starmer is an establishment figure who easily defeated his Corbynist opponent. This development shows the failure of Corbyn’s strategy and holds a warning for the U.S. left in regards to Bernie Sanders.

Pandemic, the Left, and Workers’ Power

In the face of the economic and public health crisis triggered  by the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Left oscillates between mutual aid efforts and parliamentary impotence. We need to take part in workers’ struggles today and prepare for the coming upsurge. 

Six Feet Apart but Still Together: The Sanders vs. Biden Debate

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders met for a debate Sunday amidst the unfolding crisis of the coronavirus. While the debate got tense at times as the candidates bickered over policy and past votes, both candidates pledged to support each other and showed a unity in the face of a crisis.

Joe Biden Is Not a Decent Man

Joe Biden is the presumptive Democratic nominee to face off against Donald Trump in the general election. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and many other so-called ‘progressives’ have endorsed him. Sanders has even gone so far as to call him a “decent man” — but Joe Biden is anything but. 

Time for a Balance Sheet of the Sanders Campaign

Tens of thousands of socialists supported Bernie Sanders campaign. Now that Sanders has endorsed Joe Biden, it is time to draw the lessons. Rosa Luxemburg provides some insights.

Not Me, Biden

Joe Biden is repulsive: a racist, capitalist, imperialist. Today, Sanders papered over their many differences to give a full-throated endorsement. What does this mean?

Second Time as Farce: 4 Theses on the Defeat of Sanders

The DSA’s strategy around the Sanders campaign has been an unmitigated failure that has only strengthened the Democratic Party. In this moment of crisis the need for a party of the working class that fights for socialism is more important than ever. 

A Socialist Guide to Sanderism

Bernie Sanders dropped out of the race. Here are some articles about the Sanders phenomena and why Left Voice thinks socialists shouldn’t have supported Bernie and instead, should build an independent, socialist organization.

Requiem for a (Social Democratic) Dream

Just a month ago, many socialists were claiming Bernie Sanders could win the Democratic nomination and the U.S. presidency. Today, he suspended his campaign. What next?

Corbynism Lost, Sandersism is Losing: Why Working Within Capitalist Parties Fails

Jeremy Corbyn’s tenure as leader of the Labour Party came to an end with the election of Sir Keir Starmer. Starmer is an establishment figure who easily defeated his Corbynist opponent. This development shows the failure of Corbyn’s strategy and holds a warning for the U.S. left in regards to Bernie Sanders.

Pandemic, the Left, and Workers’ Power

In the face of the economic and public health crisis triggered  by the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Left oscillates between mutual aid efforts and parliamentary impotence. We need to take part in workers’ struggles today and prepare for the coming upsurge. 

Six Feet Apart but Still Together: The Sanders vs. Biden Debate

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders met for a debate Sunday amidst the unfolding crisis of the coronavirus. While the debate got tense at times as the candidates bickered over policy and past votes, both candidates pledged to support each other and showed a unity in the face of a crisis.