An article explaining “fictitious capital” (looking at you, Bitcoin) during the spectacular financial crash of 2008.
From the Archive
From 2011, during the enormous protests against union-busting in Wisconsin, a discussion of the history and utility of the mass walkout.
An article following the 2008 financial meltdown explains clearly how these crises come about — and what they mean for working people.
This 2012 article discusses the underlying causes for U.S.-Iran hostilities, the triggers for protest within Iran, and the still-crucial need for a sustained U.S. anti-war movement.
Cities need strong civilian review boards to reduce police crime.
A 2012 editorial puts forward a program of demands to fight for in the face of disasters increasing in number and scale.
This 2013 article has a lot to say about the importance of public workers and the services they provide – a timely reminder with Oakland city workers on strike this week.
Revisiting Bernadette Logue’s 2014 book review.
When in revolt, there’s no substitute for working-class solidarity.
This 2013 statement discussing sexual violence and the importance of feminism in left groups takes on new resonance given events in ISO.