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Revolution

The Revolutionary Press in the Biden Era

Many socialists are wondering where we go from here — what role can a revolutionary publication play?

Madeleine Freeman

May 20, 2021

The American Revolutionary Press Tradition

Throughout history, publications have been a central tool to build the socialist movement.

Scott Cooper

May 20, 2021

The First 100 Days after the Revolution

In a work of “aspirational fiction,” a teacher in Wheeling, West Virginia, in the year 2031, looks back at the socialist revolution in the United States.

Rose Lemlich

February 7, 2021

Five Resolutions for the Socialist Movement in 2021

2020 was a year of upheaval, crisis, and struggle. 2021 will require the socialist movement to be strategic about how to go forward. Below, Left Voice offers five New Year's resolutions for the socialist movement in the U.S. 

Ezra Brain

December 31, 2020

A New World Imagined: Working Class Organization after the Elections 

The following talk was given at the Left Voice online event: "Fighting the Next Oppressor: Socialist Strategy Post Elections" on November 14. If you are interested in collaborating with Left Voice, sign up here.

Jimena Vergara

November 17, 2020

Militant Journalism and the Revolutionary Left

What part can a revolutionary publication play in the fight for socialism today?

Madeleine Freeman

November 6, 2020

Left Voice: How Can a Publication Help Build a Revolutionary Left?

Who is Left Voice? What are we trying to build? And how do we conceive of our publication?

Left Voice

October 6, 2020

What the Current Moment Tells Us About the Importance of Revolutionary Politics

The past three months of social unrest have highlighted the need for broad social change. But we cannot achieve a better society through a reformist approach. A revolutionary alternative is needed. 

Thomas Hummel

September 11, 2020

Learning from the Masses: Trotsky at the Modern Circus

In the early 20th century, mass audiences at the Modern Circus in Petrograd clamored at the sound of Trotsky’s voice, and he, in turn, vibrated to the rhythm of the audience. Marxist scholar Warren Montag dissects a passage of Trotsky’s 'My Life' and analyzes it through the lens of Baruch Spinoza. 

Warren Montag

September 6, 2020