The Sioux Falls, South Dakota AFL-CIO recently banned white supremacists from union leadership. President Kooper Caraway says that’s because labor has a duty to fight the far right.
The newspaper continues to spread a lie about Bernie Sanders’s Medicare-for-All plan — despite its own fact checker admitting it’s wrong.
The definitive essay on Lenin’s classic pamphlet.
How anti-fascist speech laws end up targeting the Left.
Stephen Miller’s heinous proposal draws on a long, bipartisan history of weaponizing welfare against immigrants.
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How Students for a Democratic Society went from building a mass movement to embracing the politics of self-destruction.
Socialist New York State Senate candidate Julia Salazar on electoral politics, the Democratic Party, and why strikes matter.
Argentina’s anti-abortion forces won this battle. But the feminist “green wave” will have the war.
Mainstream fact-checkers are still trying to discredit Bernie Sanders’s Medicare-for-All plan. But there’s no way around it: single-payer is entirely realistic.
Cynthia Nixon has come out in support of right-to-strike laws for public sector workers in New York. Backing such laws nationally should be a litmus test for all political candidates.
Striking taxi drivers in Spain are demanding state action against Uber. They show that even in the digital economy, strikes are our most potent weapon.
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In an extensive interview, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez discusses the nuts and bolts of her recent victory, why centrist Democrats are vulnerable to left-wing challengers, voter disenfranchisement, the political status of Puerto Rico, and much more.
Drug companies want you to think they’re providing glimmers of hope to terminally ill patients. Don’t believe them.
Arsène Tchakarian was the last surviving member of a Communist military unit in the French Resistance. Mainly Jews and immigrants, they risked everything to fight the Nazi occupation.
The North Carolina teachers strike was the result of years of grassroots organizing. And they’re not done yet.
It’s election day for Kaniela Ing in Hawai’i today. His campaign shows that socialism has both deep history and future potential on the islands.
Africa* Is a Country
*Not the continent with 54 countries
“I love Africa Is a Country, because it is basically the inside of my head.”
— Teju Cole