Class Struggle in the Biden Era
Jimena VergaraFebruary 7, 2021
How We Fight to Win: The United Front versus the Popular Front
As 2021 unfolds, the question of strategy may confront the working class in ways it has not in decades. The strength to fight back against a capitalist onslaught of austerity coupled with an insurgent right wing will hinge on whether the working class unites itself or allies with our class enemies.
Scott CooperJanuary 16, 2021
Capitalism is a Virus: Value Chains, Class Struggle, and the United Front
The coronavirus has spread around the world through the circuits of capital and value chains, dividing the working class and putting millions of frontline workers at risk. Reorganizing the forces of the proletariat to respond to this threat is the only way forward.
James Dennis HoffMay 11, 2020
The Party We Need: A Revolutionary Socialist Party
We are living in turbulent times. President Trump and the rise of the alt-right are not the only news. Thousands of people have become politically active in the past year, galvanized by the Bernie Sanders campaign and now joining organizations on the left, such as the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), the International Socialist Organization, or Socialist Alternative.
Juan CMay 14, 2017
United Front and the Fight Against the Union Bureaucracy
The workers’ united front does not mean peaceful coexistence with the union bureaucracy. It warrants knowing when to break with it. The positions achieved by leftists or socialist groupings within unions or shop-floor committees cannot be prioritized over principled fights.
Juan CSeptember 19, 2016
Trotsky and Gramsci on Revolutionary Strategy
“Whereas other writers often see these two Marxists in conflict, Albamonte and Maiello view them not as adversaries, but as comrades-in-arms who have points of convergence alongside their differences.” Marxist historian Doug Greene discusses the main topics presented in a new book by two national leaders of the Partido de los Trabajadores Socialistas (PTS).
Doug Enaa GreeneSeptember 15, 2016