A Slow-Moving Crisis of the Empire
Notes on the National Situation – A Document for the Left Voice Congress
Left VoiceOctober 1, 2023
South Korea: Building a Powerful General Strike Is Urgent to Fight Against the Right-Wing Government’s Attacks
The right-wing government in South Korea is waging attacks on the country's unions and labor movement. The organization March To Socialism calls for a general strike to resist these attacks on the working class.
JoonseokApril 18, 2023
No Faith in the Constitutional Council: The Movement in France Needs a Winning Strategy
While President Macron hoped that the mobilizations would weaken on their eleventh day, protests and strikes are holding strong across France. The need for a strategic shift has only become more urgent, as the Inter-Union places its hopes in an impossible reversal of the pension reform by the Constitutional Council, the highest constitutional authority in France.
Paul MoraoApril 8, 2023
“French March”: The Right to Revolutionary Optimism
Evoking memories of '68, the students enter the fight against Macron. In our chaotic world, the future can only be built in the streets.
Eduardo CastillaMarch 26, 2023
British ‘Mega Strike’: Half a Million Workers Bring UK to a Halt and Protest Government
Over half a million workers in the UK went on strike on February 1 to protest the Conservative government and demand higher wages.
Diego SacchiFebruary 2, 2023
Are You a Public School Teacher in a State That Bans Collective Bargaining? This Article Is for You.
In states where public sector collective bargaining is banned, the path to a union and a contract is harder, but not impossible. A worker from one of these states explains why.
Olivia WoodDecember 16, 2022
Fascism or Bonapartism? Lessons from Trotsky for Understanding Brazil Under Bolsonaro
Is genuine fascism rising in Brazil? How should the working class respond if so? Marxism helps us to characterize the Bolsonaro government and spells out the method for confronting the extreme Right.
André BarbieriOctober 29, 2022
Women, Life, Freedom: Strategic Perspectives on the Iranian Revolt
Over a month after a historic feminist revolt broke out in Iran, what is the significance of the these protests? What strategic lessons can we take from the experience of the Iranian Revolution to push this struggle toward a victory?
Maryam AlanizOctober 28, 2022
Protests throughout Global South Signal International Opposition to Austerity
Across the world, people are fighting back against the rising cost of living and austerity imposed by central banks and imperialist-led organizations like the IMF. For these struggles to win their demands, working-class leadership and organization, along with international class solidarity, are essential.
Samuel KarlinSeptember 11, 2022
Oppression, Class Struggle, and Other Things Jacobin Doesn’t Care About
Jacobin Magazine recently released its first issue of 2022. The issue is full of defenses for the Democratic Party, but it has no articles about either class struggle or the oppressed.
Sybil DavisFebruary 27, 2022