Clinton y Trump sean los políticos más odiados que jamás se enfrentaron en una elección presidencial, pero Ud. aún tiene una alternativa.
The violence in Chicago that cost more lives in August than any month in the past 20 years is portrayed as unexplainable--but it's anything but.
A former Army Ranger and conscientious objector explains why he and other antiwar veterans are supporting Colin Kaepernick.
How do we balance the need to organize around specific political issues with building a wider opposition to the whole ruling order?
The new president of the Philippines has made those involved in the drug trade into scapegoats for country’s larger problems.
Readers continue the debate about the Syrian Revolution with defenses of a popular rebellion and opposition to all imperialisms.
French political leaders across the spectrum have joined the sickening crusade to ban the "burkini," a piece of swimwear worn by Muslim women.
Bernie Sanders' new organization proposes a "down-ballot" strategy to transform the Democrats--but it's no way up for the left.
The upcoming Teamsters election is a chance to unseat James P. Hoffa from the presidency and reverse the union's decline.
The campaign against left-wing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has brought the name Leon Trotsky into the spotlight in Britain.
A SocialistWorker.org article on the left and the Syrian Revolution produced a lot of commentary, both positive and negative.
SW asked a half-dozen leading left writers and activists for their views on the Sanders campaign and its aftermath--and the tasks that face the left today.
A long-awaited NLRB ruling recognizes graduate assistants at private universities as workers with the right to unionize.
The closure of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Appleton over security fears leaves just three abortion clinics in the whole state.
A book on eviction and affordable housing has more to say about the way out of the crisis than your review gave it credit for.
What are the consequences of the Trump campaign bringing the openly hateful right more into the political mainstream than it has been in years?
Opponents of racism and police violence in New York are grappling with what it will take to win real reforms to the justice system.
Three young Saudi men--juveniles at the time of their arrests--face execution for joining in protests demanding democracy.
Now that the 2016 Summer Games are over, we will learn how badly the Olympics will end up warping Rio de Janeiro and Brazil.
The Arab Spring uprising in Syria has tested the left by posing a blunt question: Are you on the side of a dictator--or that of a popular uprising?
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