This classic tactic unites broad sections of the working class and asserts workers’ power and ability as few other actions can.
The Unexpected, by Helen Collier. A working-class Black woman of today exposes the pain and degradation of slavery, and the necessity of Black and white women consolidating against today’s racist USA.
Steve Strauss allies with FSP because “it grasps in its bones” that a revolutionary party develops leaders from the ranks of the most oppressed.
Parasite brilliantly exposes the unbridgeable gap between rich and poor — in South Korea this time. Fearless and funny, it helps movie-goers see the dark side. It deserves all the awards!
With besieged Syrians and Iranians as examples, this critique of Stalinists, social democrats and lapsed Trotskyists reminds progressives that every democratic movement in every country deserves Left support.
Or does it say something about the world?
Switching in Pence for Trump: worthless. Exposing fundamental rot in the system: priceless.
Proposals that are gimmicks aren’t the answer.
In-house bigotry rocks the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Retiree Patrick Burns has his “feet on the ground” fighting for union democracy, women’s rights, and more.