The Fight for a Free Palestine Requires Class Independence
More letters to capitalist politicians or more threats that we won’t vote for Biden in 2024 will not stop the genocide. To Free Palestine and ourselves, we need to build broad movements in our workplaces and on the streets.
Mike PappasDecember 29, 2023
Milei’s Shock Therapy and the Workers’ Response
Milei’s right-wing government has launched an all-out attack on workers’ rights and an economic program tailored to business’ interests. A tumultuous period of class struggle lies ahead, for which the outcome is still open.
Juan Cruz FerreDecember 26, 2023
Entertainment Industry Strikes Show the Power and Potential of Worker Solidarity
Over 170,000 Hollywood workers organized across two different unions are on strike. This strike offers key lessons for the labor movement about how to form a winning strategy.
Sybil DavisJuly 21, 2023
Against Capitalist Despair: Building a Working-Class Party For Socialism
We need a working-class party with a socialist and anti-imperialist perspective that is completely independent of the Democrats and the bosses. Toward that goal we are putting forward for discussion and debate with the whole vanguard and the Left, a platform for a working-class party that fights for socialism and the rights of all of the exploited and oppressed.
Left VoiceJune 25, 2023
Why the Crisis in Congress Proves the Need for the Working Class to Have its Own Party
The political impasse in the House of Representatives that has left it paralyzed shows how broken the capitalist system and its parties are. Since the working class and oppressed face the brunt of this broken system, we need to create our own organizations to fight for a revolutionary solution.
Tristan TaylorJanuary 5, 2023
Thousands of NYC Nurses Are Preparing to Strike. The Working Class Must Back Them Up.
Thousands of private sector nurses represented by the New York State Nurses Association could walk off the job as early as January 9 in NYC. The entire working class must back them.
Thaddeus GreeneJanuary 1, 2023
Class Independence and the Broad Parties: A Response to Left Voice
As part of ongoing debates on the Left about building independent political parties, we are publishing the following response to Nathaniel Flakin by Andrew Sernatinger of Tempest.
Andrew SernatingerDecember 31, 2022
The Roots of the Rebellion at Foxconn
Jenny Chan is a researcher and professor at the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong. She is co-author of the book Dying for an iPhone. She spoke with La Izquerda Diario about the causes of the rebellion by workers at the Foxconn plant in Zhengzhou, China.
Josefina L. MartínezDecember 7, 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
“Strong” January Job Numbers Mask the True Story of Employment in Capitalist America
The United States added more jobs than had been forecast in January. But these numbers mask the quality of jobs and the overall conditions for the working class, and minimize anything that might remind workers of the exploitation that is the foundation of a system that prioritizes profits over human needs.
Otto ForsFebruary 5, 2022