Democratic socialism is a living political tradition that emphasizes the need to weaken the grip of capital, empower the working class, oppose authoritarianism, expand democracy, and shift our economy and society away from private profit and toward the fulfillment of social needs. It’s a vision worth debating — and defending.
Rafael Khachaturian is a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania, and associate faculty at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research.
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