Certainly, conditions for workers and oppressed people are dire under Trump & Co. But is the Democratic Party the solution?
MEChA activist Christina López gave up on politics during Clinton’s presidency. But after getting involved with FSP and RW, she “finally understood why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.”
Whose survival depends on this 85-year-old benefit? Why should it be expanded? And how? The answers are not complicated.
The relationship between epidemics and the capitalist devastation of nature raises an important question: Why not tax agricultural, mining and oil corporations to pay for solutions?
This classic tactic unites broad sections of the working class and asserts workers’ power and ability as few other actions can.
Helen Collier exposes the pain and degradation of slavery and the need for African American and white women to unite against racism today.
Steve Strauss allies with FSP because “it grasps in its bones” that a revolutionary party develops leaders from the ranks of the most oppressed.
Set in South Korea, the fearless and funny Parasite brilliantly exposes the unbridgeable gap between rich and poor.
An argument that every democratic movement in every capitalist country, with besieged Syrians and Iranians as examples, deserves left support.