Tag: Democratic Socialists of America (DSA)

DSA: Don’t Endorse Cynthia Nixon… or any Democrats. Ever.

Members of DSA-NYC are currently voting on whether to endorse Cynthia Nixon in the Democratic Party primary for the governor of New York. Members of the North Brooklyn branch of DSA have made a call to “Vote No!” This is a step in the right direction. But socialists should never vote for the Democratic Party. Ever.

A Party for the Battles to Come

With thousands of people in the U.S. embracing socialist ideas the question of how to build a party becomes a critical one. While important lessons can be drawn from the biggest socialist parties of the 20th century, we should also keep an eye on the present struggles of the working class.

A Left Rooted in the Working Class – Interview with Kim Moody

In an interview with Left Voice – InFocus, labor scholar and socialist activist Kim Moody speaks about the changing nature of the production process and the challenges for the left to build militant rank-and-file organizations in key points of production.

DSA: Don’t Endorse Cynthia Nixon… or any Democrats. Ever.

Members of DSA-NYC are currently voting on whether to endorse Cynthia Nixon in the Democratic Party primary for the governor of New York. Members of the North Brooklyn branch of DSA have made a call to “Vote No!” This is a step in the right direction. But socialists should never vote for the Democratic Party. Ever.

A Party for the Battles to Come

With thousands of people in the U.S. embracing socialist ideas the question of how to build a party becomes a critical one. While important lessons can be drawn from the biggest socialist parties of the 20th century, we should also keep an eye on the present struggles of the working class.

A Left Rooted in the Working Class – Interview with Kim Moody

In an interview with Left Voice – InFocus, labor scholar and socialist activist Kim Moody speaks about the changing nature of the production process and the challenges for the left to build militant rank-and-file organizations in key points of production.