Trump threatens “civil war” as Democrats escalate impeachment campaign

By Andre Damon, 1 October 2019

President Donald Trump, in an implicit threat of violence against his political opponents, suggested late Sunday that the Democrats’ efforts to remove him from office could precipitate a “civil war.”

Democrats frame impeachment drive as defense of “national security”

Impeachment drive against Trump deepens US political crisis

Trump lowers cap on refugees to record low of 18,000

Hunter Biden made $850,000 on board of Ukraine gas company

By Patrick Martin, 1 October 2019

Joe Biden’s son cashed in on his father’s position in the Obama-Biden administration.

Pentagon shifts Mideast command center to US in preparation for war on Iran

By Bill Van Auken, 1 October 2019

The shift of CENTCOM’s command and control center to US territory was a rehearsal for a war in which US bases would become targets for Iranian retaliation.

GM workers livid over $250 strike pay, as UAW uses economic pressure to break resistance to concessions

By Jerry White, 1 October 2019

While Wall Street is bankrolling GM for a long and bitter strike, the UAW has put 48,000 striking workers on starvation-level strike benefits.

More on autoworkers struggles »

Protests after death in fire at Greece’s Moria concentration camp

By Robert Stevens, 1 October 2019

Moria is a hellhole established by the 2015-2019 pseudo-left Syriza government, where refugees and asylum seekers are held pending deportation.

Greek workers strike to oppose New Democracy government’s anti-union legislation

By John Vassilopoulos, 1 October 2019

In the first major strike called since New Democracy came to power in July, transport was brought to a standstill in Athens as bus, trolley and light railway drivers joined the strike, while passenger ferries also remained docked.

Austrian far-right FPÖ loses massively in parliamentary elections

By Markus Salzmann, 1 October 2019

Yesterday’s parliamentary elections in Austria resulted in considerable losses for the right-wing extremist Freedom Party (FPÖ) and the social-democratic SPÖ.

Germany: Bus drivers strike in Hesse and Saarland

By Marianne Arens, 1 October 2019

1,500 bus drivers in Frankfurt, Giessen, Darmstadt, Kassel, Offenbach, Hanau and Fulda took part in a 24-hour warning strike Friday for significant wage increases and better holiday arrangements.

Thousands of children under age ten arrested every year in the United States

By Casey Gold, 1 October 2019

The recent arrests of two 6-year-old children at their elementary school in Orlando, Florida has shone light on the shocking number of child arrests and detainments in the US.

Conrad Black decries Trudeau’s “weak” leadership, “evil campaign”

By Roger Jordan, 1 October 2019

Black’s National Post op-ed sheds light on the real motives behind the feigned outrage within the political and media establishment over Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “blackface” photos.

How giant tea companies exploit Kenyan plantation workers

By Saman Gunadasa, 1 October 2019

Backbreaking work, meagre wages and brutal conditions assure super profits to global conglomerates.

A visit to the workers’ quarters at a Unilever tea plantation in Kenya

By our correspondents, 1 October 2019

New industrial “integrity” laws seek to head off working class eruption in Australia

By Terry Cook, 1 October 2019

The Morrison government’s legislation is a pre-emptive move by the corporate establishment which is nervous about rising strike action by workers internationally despite the efforts of the unions to hold them back.

30 September 2019

London: Hundreds rally for Assange outside Belmarsh Prison

By Laura Tiernan, 30 September 2019

Spanish security firm spied on Julian Assange in the Ecuadorian embassy for US intelligence

Protesters speak out in defence of Julian Assange
“I think the implications can grow into a stamping out of independent journalism”

By our reporters, 30 September 2019

New in French

Wall Street donne à GM et à l’UAW le temps d'épuiser les grévistes et d'imposer des reculs

Tom Hall, 1 octobre 2019

Les investisseurs donnent à GM et au syndicat de l’UAW le temps dont ils ont besoin pour épuiser les grévistes et imposer une défaite qui façonnerait l'avenir de l'industrie mondiale de l'automobile.

Jacques Chirac (1931-2019): une nécrologie

Alexandre Lantier, 1 octobre 2019

Les louanges exorbitantes de l’ancien président chantées par la classe politique reflètent la capacité de Chirac de faire appel aux préjugés de la petite bourgeoisie.

Les démocrates louent le lanceur d’alerte de la CIA à propos de l'Ukraine et persécutent Manning, Assange et Snowden

Andre Damon, 1 octobre 2019

Alors que les démocrates déclarent que «Le Congrès doit faire tout son possible pour protéger tous les lanceurs d’alerte», ils préconisent l’exil et la prison pour les hommes et femmes qui ont révélé les crimes de l’impérialisme américain.

Londres: des centaines de personnes se rassemblent pour Assange devant la prison de Belmarsh

Laura Tiernan, 1 octobre 2019

Le secrétaire national du PES (Royaume Uni), Chris Marsden, a souligné que la persécution d'Assange était le résultat de la poussée à la guerre et à la dictature de l'impérialisme américain, britannique et mondial.

Un demi-million de personnes participent à la manifestation montréalaise contre les changements climatiques

nos reporters, 1 octobre 2019

L'ampleur des protestations témoigne de la reconnaissance croissante du fait que les changements climatiques menacent d’entraîner la dévastation écologique et sociale. Cela montre également la colère que ressent la population envers les gouvernements, contrôlés par les grandes entreprises, qui ne s'attaquent pas sérieusement à ce problème fondamental.

New in Russian

Эта неделя в истории
100 лет назад: Британские оккупационные силы начинают вывод войск из Советской России

1 октября 2019 г.

27 сентября 1919 года начался вывод британских войск из Архангельска — города на севере России, недалеко от полярного круга. В октябре они покинут Мурманск, расположенный еще севернее. Вывод американских войск начался в июне, когда империалистическая кампания по уничтожению большевистской революции потерпела крах.

New in Turkish

Sisi karşıtı protestocular şiddetli baskıya rağmen Mısır sokaklarına geri dönüyor

Bill Van Auken, 1 Ekim 2019

Belirleyici sorun; işçi sınıfının siyasi bağımsızlığına dayanan devrimci bir önderliğin yaratılması ve Mısır işçi sınıfının mücadelesini Ortadoğu ve dünya genelindeki işçilerin mücadeleleriyle birleştirilmesidir.

New in Spanish

Demócratas elogian denunciante de la CIA sobre Ucrania, mientras persiguen a Manning, Assange y Snowden

Andre Damon, 01 octubre 2019

Ambas facciones en la guerra política en Washington son hostiles a los derechos democráticos y sociales de la clase obrera.

El CICI y la crisis del estalinismo

Barry Grey, 01 octubre 2019

Este informe fue presentado a la escuela de verano del Partido Socialista por la Igualdad, EUA, el 24 de julio de 2019, por Barry Gray, editor nacional en EUA del World Socialist Web Site y miembro destacado del Partido Socialista por la Igualdad en los EUA.

Los demócratas enmarcan la campaña de destitución como defensa de la “seguridad nacional”

Patrick Martin, 01 octubre 2019

No hay el menor contenido democrático en la investigación para el juicio político.

Trabajadores de GM en la línea de huelga discuten lo que está en juego en su batalla

nuestros reporteros, 01 octubre 2019

Trabajadores de GM discutieron su lucha por revertir décadas de concesiones respaldadas por el UAW, poner fin a la explotación de los trabajadores temporales, y apoyar a los trabajadores mexicanos de GM perseguidos.

New in French

Wall Street donne à GM et à l’UAW le temps d'épuiser les grévistes et d'imposer des reculs

Tom Hall, 1 octobre 2019

Les investisseurs donnent à GM et au syndicat de l’UAW le temps dont ils ont besoin pour épuiser les grévistes et imposer une défaite qui façonnerait l'avenir de l'industrie mondiale de l'automobile.

Jacques Chirac (1931-2019): une nécrologie

Alexandre Lantier, 1 octobre 2019

Les louanges exorbitantes de l’ancien président chantées par la classe politique reflètent la capacité de Chirac de faire appel aux préjugés de la petite bourgeoisie.

Les démocrates louent le lanceur d’alerte de la CIA à propos de l'Ukraine et persécutent Manning, Assange et Snowden

Andre Damon, 1 octobre 2019

Alors que les démocrates déclarent que «Le Congrès doit faire tout son possible pour protéger tous les lanceurs d’alerte», ils préconisent l’exil et la prison pour les hommes et femmes qui ont révélé les crimes de l’impérialisme américain.

Londres: des centaines de personnes se rassemblent pour Assange devant la prison de Belmarsh

Laura Tiernan, 1 octobre 2019

Le secrétaire national du PES (Royaume Uni), Chris Marsden, a souligné que la persécution d'Assange était le résultat de la poussée à la guerre et à la dictature de l'impérialisme américain, britannique et mondial.

Un demi-million de personnes participent à la manifestation montréalaise contre les changements climatiques

nos reporters, 1 octobre 2019

L'ampleur des protestations témoigne de la reconnaissance croissante du fait que les changements climatiques menacent d’entraîner la dévastation écologique et sociale. Cela montre également la colère que ressent la population envers les gouvernements, contrôlés par les grandes entreprises, qui ne s'attaquent pas sérieusement à ce problème fondamental.

New in German

Vor der Landtagswahl in Thüringen: Ministerpräsident Ramelow (Die Linke) preist Seehofer und die CDU

Johannes Stern, 1. Oktober 2019

Sollte es für Rot-Rot-Grün keine Mehrheit mehr geben, schließt Ramelow auch eine Zusammenarbeit mit der rechten Thüringer CDU nicht aus.

Zweierlei Whistleblower: CIA-Spion ist US-Demokraten willkommen, Manning, Assange und Snowden werden verfolgt

Andre Damon, 1. Oktober 2019

Die Demokraten predigen, der US-Kongress müsse sich mit aller Kraft für Whistleblower einsetzen – solange sie keine Verbrechen des US-Imperialismus aufdecken.

Demokraten stellen Amtsenthebungsverfahren als „Verteidigung der nationalen Sicherheit“ dar

Patrick Martin, 1. Oktober 2019

Nichts an der Prüfung eines Amtsenthebungsverfahrens durch die Demokraten ist demokratisch.

New in Norwegian

Bilarbeidere trenger en sosialistisk og internasjonalistisk strategi for å slåss mot GM og bilkonsernene

Jerry White, 26. september 2019

Hvis bilselskapene og Wall Street insisterer på at de ikke har råd til de mest grunnleggende av arbeidernes rettigheter, da er det ikke et argument for å godta flere innrømmelser, men for å bli kvitt kapitalismen.

Introduksjon til den tyrkiskspråklige utgaven av Til forsvar for Leo Trotskij
Leo Trotskijs fire skjebnesvangre år i Prinkipo: 1929-1933

David North, 26. september 2019

Det følgende er introduksjonen til den nylige tyrkiske utgaven av In Defence of Leo Trotsky, skrevet av bokas forfatter David North, styreleder for det internasjonale redaksjonsrådet for World Socialist Web Site. Boka ble opprinnelig utgitt i 2013.

Demokratene i Representantenes hus iverksetter formell riksrettsgranskning mot Trump

Patrick Martin, 26. september 2019

Tiltaket er en vesentlig opptrapping av fraksjonskrigen innen den amerikanske styringseliten, som i stor grad dreier seg om meningsforskjeller om utenrikspolitikk.

Trump avleverer en fascisttirade for FN

Andre Damon, 26. september 2019

Som ekko av nynazistiske troper om «utskiftingen» av nasjonal identitet, raljerte den amerikanske presidenten mot sosialisme og truet hele verden med handelskrig og militær vold.

Storbritannias høyesterett dømmer Johnsons suspendering av Parlamentet ulovlig

Robert Stevens og Chris Marsden, 26. september 2019

Britisk politikk entret i går ikke-kartlagte farvann, da UK Supreme Court – Storbritannias høyeste rettsorgan – erklærte statsminister Boris Johnsons autoritære suspendering av Parlamentet for å være ulovlig.

Flere bildelleverandører permitterer mens GM og UAW planlegger hvordan å få nedlagt streiken

Tom Hall, 26. september 2019

UAW er fremfor alt bekymret for hvordan å opprettholde sine egne institusjonelle interesser, samtidig som fagforeningen samspiller for ytterligere tap av arbeidsplasser og nedleggelser av fabrikkanlegg.

Europeiske makter støtter USAs krigsprovokasjoner mot Iran

Alex Lantier, 26. september 2019

Berlin, London og Paris stiller seg bak amerikanske påstander om at det nylige angrepet i Saudi-Arabia var en iransk krigshandling, uten å fremlegge noen konkrete bevis overhodet.

New in Portuguese

A greve da GM está em perigo

Por Marcus Day, 25 Setembro 2019

Enquanto a greve de uma semana de trabalhadores da GM nos EUA tem conquistado o apoio de trabalhadores em todo o mundo, o UAW está elaborando uma estratégia para estrangulá-la o mais rápido possível.

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Perspective

Seventy years since the Chinese Revolution
Draw the political lessons from the bankruptcy of Maoism

1 October 2019

The political heirs of Mao Zedong cannot explain how and why the aspirations of working people for a socialist future, for which so many sacrificed 70 years ago, have resulted in the dead end of capitalism today.

Earlier Perspectives »

Featured Commentary

Drawing the lessons of the ICFI split—International Strategy and National Tactics: The change in the ICFI’s approach to national liberation movements

By Deepal Jayasekera, 30 September 2019

This lecture was delivered to the Socialist Equality Party (US) Summer School on July 25, 2019 by Deepal Jayasekera, Assistant Secretary of the Socialist Equality Party in Sri Lanka

Introduction to the Turkish language edition of In Defense of Leon Trotsky
Leon Trotsky’s four fateful years in Prinkipo: 1929-1933

By David North, 23 September 2019

The ICFI and the Crisis of Stalinism

The World Capitalist Crisis and the Tasks of the Fourth International: An analysis of the ICFI Perspectives resolution of 1988

The International Committee’s response to the “End of History”: The March 1992 Plenum of the ICFI

The Dissolution of the USSR and the Unipolar Moment of US Imperialism

China: Thirty years since the Tiananmen Square massacre

The Political Origins and Consequences of the 1982–86 Split in the International Committee of the Fourth International

Commentary

Capitalism and the climate disaster: The issues posed by the worldwide protests

By Bryan Dyne, 1 October 2019

Efforts to save the natural environment while preserving the capitalist system have proven to be a blind alley for half a century.

Half a million people join Montreal climate change protest

170,000 join climate change protests in New Zealand

Democrats praise CIA whistleblower on Ukraine, persecute Manning, Assange and Snowden

By Andre Damon, 30 September 2019

Majority of West Virginia counties rank worst in US for water quality

By Naomi Spencer, 28 September 2019

US Census report: Inequality grew rapidly in 2018 to record levels

By Eric London, 28 September 2019

The socialist answer to Brexit: For the United Socialist States of Europe

By Chris Marsden, 27 September 2019

British MPs return to Parliament after Supreme Court rules prorogation illegal

More on Brexit »

UK public meetings—The Socialist answer to Brexit: For the United Socialist States of Europe

18 September 2019

Autoworkers struggles

From the archive of the World Socialist Web Site
Eighty-two years since the victory of the Flint sit-down strike

By Jerry White, 1 October 2019

With 48,000 GM workers engaged in the longest nationwide auto strike in nearly a half century, it is valuable to study the heroic struggle by GM workers during the 1936-37 sit-down strike in Flint, Michigan.

A call to action:
Why students and youth should support striking GM workers

By the International Youth and Students for Social Equality (IYSSE)–US, 1 October 2019

The IYSSE calls on students and youth throughout the US and the world to actively support the 48,000 striking General Motors workers and to bring them an international and socialist perspective.

From the archive of the World Socialist Web Site
Why are trade unions hostile to socialism?

By David North, 28 September 2019

Today we are posting the text of a lecture by David North, chairman of the Socialist Equality Party in the United States and of the International Editorial Board of the World Socialist Web Site, made to the International Summer School on Marxism and the Fundamental Problems of the 20th Century in January 1998.

From the archive of the World Socialist Web Site
Walter Reuther and the rise and fall of the UAW

“The UAW is allowing GM to take us back to before the sit-down strikes”
Striking GM workers on picket line discuss what is at stake in their battle

By our reporters, 30 September 2019

Wall Street gives GM and UAW time to wear down strikers and impose concessions

By Tom Hall, 30 September 2019

As US GM strike continues
Layoffs mount in Canadian auto industry

By Carl Bronski, 30 September 2019

More layoffs at parts plants as GM, UAW strategize how to defeat strike

By Tom Hall, 25 September 2019

Tesla autoworkers in California support striking GM workers, denounce working conditions

By Evan Blake, 30 September 2019

Germany: Opel workers support GM strike in the US

By our reporters, 26 September 2019

India: Police arrest hundreds of striking Motherson autoworkers at protest

By Moses Rajkumar and Sasi Kumar, 28 September 2019

More on autoworkers struggles »

Arts Review

The Peterloo Massacre and Shelley
Part 2: Shelley’s politics and his Peterloo poems

By Paul Bond, 1 October 2019

Shelley’s commitment to revolutionary change was “more than the vague striving after freedom in the abstract,” as Eleanor Marx and Edward Aveling wrote in 1888.

The Peterloo massacre and Shelley
Part 1: The aftermath of the massacre and the responses

Toronto International Film Festival 2019: Part 5
Steven Soderbergh’s The Laundromat—on the Panama Papers—and The Goldfinch—the aftermath of a terror attack
Along with a valuable film adaptation of Jack London’s Martin Eden and The Traitor, a Mafia drama

By David Walsh, 28 September 2019

Ad Astra: Traveling long distances but not getting very far

By Joanne Laurier, 27 September 2019

New Met production of Porgy and Bess prompts racialist criticisms of America’s greatest opera

By Barry Grey, 26 September 2019

Singer Placido Domingo’s forced departure from New York’s Metropolitan Opera

By David Walsh, 26 September 2019

Obituary

French ex-President Jacques Chirac dead at 86

By Alex Lantier, 30 September 2019

The ubiquitous hailing of Chirac by the ruling establishment reflects above all the former Gaullist president’s ability to appeal to the political and class prejudices of the affluent middle class.

25 years ago: UAW sells out Flint Buick City strike

On October 1, just three days after 11,500 General Motors workers walked off the job at Buick City in Flint, the United Auto Workers (UAW) betrayed the strike and reached an agreement with the company that neither addressed nor resolved either of the main demands of workers over declining full-time jobs and speed-up.

More »

50 years ago: Murder charges dropped against eight Green Berets

On October 1, 1969, charges were dropped against eight American Green Berets involved in the murder and cover-up of Chu Van Thai, a South Vietnamese informant who had been providing the United States with information on North Vietnamese military movements.

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75 years ago: Warsaw uprising violently suppressed by Nazi occupiers

On October 2, officers from the Polish Home Army signed a capitulation order signifying an end to their attempts to retake Warsaw, the country’s capital, from the Nazi occupiers. The effective surrender followed months of bitter fighting, and limited Allied support for the Polish resistance forces.

More »

100 years ago: Massacre of black farmworkers in Elaine, Arkansas

On September 30, 1919, a white police officer and a railroad detective exchanged shots with armed blacks who were attending a meeting of a newly formed sharecroppers’ union, the Progressive Farmers and Household Union of America, at a church in Phillips County, Arkansas, near the town of Elaine.

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International Youth and Students for Social Equality

Mandarin announcement of Australian lecture series on 70th anniversary of the Chinese Revolution

27 September 2019

The lectures, which are being held on university campuses across the country, have been organised by the International Youth and Students for Social Equality.

Lectures in Australia and New Zealand on the 1949 Chinese Revolution

IYSSE lecture series in Australia
Seventy years after the Chinese Revolution: How the struggle for socialism was betrayed

9 September 2019

Workers Struggles

BC municipal workers authorize strike
Workers Struggles: The Americas

1 October 2019

The threatened strike by municipal workers in Coldstream, British Columbia comes as 1,000 hotel workers are continuing their strike in Vancouver and 3,000 BC forestry workers remain on strike against Western Forest Products.

Growing strike wave challenges Sri Lankan government

By K. Ratnayake, 28 September 2019

Chicago teachers vote overwhelmingly to authorize strike

By Kristina Betinis, 28 September 2019

Striking Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians return to work, ending three-month work stoppage

By Dmitri Church, 30 September 2019

UK pilots’ union BALPA shuts down strikes at two airlines

By our reporter, 27 September 2019

Striking University of Chicago nurses return to work after five-day lock-out

By Benjamin Mateus, 28 September 2019

US: Strike of 85,000 Kaiser Permanente workers called off by unions

By Kevin Martinez, 27 September 2019

How to win the teachers’ fight in Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan university workers indefinite strike at a critical juncture

Thousands of Sri Lankan university workers demonstrate in Colombo

Build action committees! Expand the strike!
A socialist perspective for the Sri Lankan university employees’ struggle

Siemens workers resist planned job cuts in Germany

By Gustav Kemper, 26 September 2019

Free Assange and Manning

Attend September 28 demonstration at London’s Belmarsh prison to demand freedom for Julian Assange!

By our reporter, 20 September 2019

New York Times publisher warns of a “worldwide assault on journalists” but silent on Julian Assange

By Oscar Grenfell, 26 September 2019

As Trump threatens war on Iran:
Chelsea Manning imprisoned without charge for six months for refusing to testify against Julian Assange

By Kevin Reed and James Cogan, 21 September 2019

Julian Assange: The great unmentionable as Australian leader wines and dines with Trump

By Oscar Grenfell, 20 September 2019

Pamela Anderson defends Julian Assange: “Journalism is not a crime!”

By Oscar Grenfell, 13 September 2019

Pamela Anderson defends Assange, challenges McCain’s daughter on US TV

Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood visits Assange: “He’s a freedom fighter!”

More on the campaign to Free Assange and Manning »

Mehring Books

Preface to the Turkish edition of The Russian Revolution and the Unfinished Twentieth Century

By David North, 2 September 2019

Preview the new publication from Mehring Books
Author’s introduction to Bolsheviks Against Stalinism 1928-1933: Leon Trotsky and the Left Opposition

By Vadim Z. Rogovin, 30 August 2019

Now available from Mehring Books
Bolsheviks Against Stalinism 1928-1933: Leon Trotsky and the Left Opposition by Vadim Z. Rogovin

History

One hundred years since the Great Steel Strike

By Tom Mackaman, 25 September 2019

The Great Steel Strike of 1919 and its defeat hold crucial strategic lessons for workers as they enter into struggle.

A major exhibition at New York City’s Museum of Jewish Heritage
The story of Auschwitz

The New York Times’ 1619 Project: A racialist falsification of American and world history

“1619” and the myth of white unity under slavery
Book review: Masterless Men: Poor Whites and Slavery in the Antebellum South by Keri Leigh Merritt

Socialist Equality Party

Sri Lankan SEP/IYSSE public meeting: The political issues at stake in the Indian government’s savage Kashmir lockdown

By the Socialist Equality Party and IYSSE (Sri Lanka), 25 September 2019

Stop the deportation of the Biloela refugee family from Australia!

By the Socialist Equality Party (Australia), 4 September 2019

German Socialist Equality Party answers legal document from Verfassungsschutz Secret Service

By Peter Schwarz, 28 August 2019

Stop the right-wing conspiracy! Defend the SGP against the Verfassungsschutz secret service!

The 2020 US Elections

Joe Biden: A familiar face, a deeply reactionary record

By Patrick Martin, 23 September 2019

Amy Klobuchar: The favorite Democrat of Senate Republicans

By George Gallanis, 19 August 2019

Science

Stunning discovery of pre-human fossil skull in Ethiopia

By Frank Gaglioti, 19 September 2019

Video: Paleoanthropologist Yohannes Haile-Selassie explains the significance of the discovery

19 September 2019

Hubble Space Telescope detects water vapor on habitable-zone exoplanet

By Bryan Dyne, 13 September 2019

On the anniversary of 9/11

The World Socialist Web Site has an unparalleled record of articles and commentary on the terrorist attacks of September 11, their origins and political consequences. In the 18 years since, the perspective advanced by the WSWS since the day of the attack has been entirely confirmed—a vindication of the power of Marxist analysis and principled politics.

The two articles below were published by the WSWS in the days following the attacks.

The political roots of the terror attack on New York and Washington

By the WSWS Editorial Board, 12 September 2001

Anti-Americanism: The “anti-imperialism” of fools

By David North and David Walsh, 22 September 2001

Book Review

Book Review: Red State Revolt – Part II
The Democratic Socialists of America shows its hostility to socialism

By Nancy Hanover, 10 August 2019

Part II of the review of a new book by Eric Blanc of the DSA. See Part I

Book Review: Red State Revolt – Part I
The DSA’s dishonest and self-serving account of the US teachers’ strikes

By Nancy Hanover, 8 August 2019

International Online May Day Rally 2019

Opening report to Online International May Day Rally
The resurgence of class struggle and the fight for socialism

By David North, 6 May 2019

The future lies in socialism

By Joseph Kishore, 13 May 2019

On May 4, the International Committee of the Fourth International held its annual International May Day Online Rally, with speakers and participants from throughout the world. Readers can listen to the entire rally here.