Is there a democratic road to socialism? And if so, what does it mean for socialists today?
Charlie Post is a longtime socialist activist who teaches at the City University of New York.
Charlie Post cautions against recent defenses of Second-International Marxist Karl Kautsky.
The capitalist state’s dependence on profitability and its institutional structure make the strategy of successive, partial breaks through “non-reformist reforms” unrealistic.
The Communist Party’s 1930s popular front strategy weakened the labor movement and empowered the Democratic Party.
Yes, we need a Medicare-for-All march on Washington.
A radical middle-class insurgency has stormed the Republican Party.
The GOP establishment doesn’t hate Trump because he’s a bigot. They hate him because he doesn’t promote the neoliberal agenda.
Weak working class resistance is rooted in the loss of radical trade unionists.
Donald Trump poses a threat to the Republican Party. But what type of threat does he pose to the country?
Donald Trump speaks to an aggrieved and radicalized middle class with seemingly nowhere else to turn.
Despite significant changes in the economy, mass worker organizing is still possible.
The economy is changing and work is getting more precarious. How can radicals organize in the new conditions?
Battles between the Tea Party and traditional business interests are reshaping capital’s favorite party.