Bernie Sanders' role since the summer has been to assure progressives that Hillary Clinton is, despite the evidence, one of them.
The political system that claims to be the "world's greatest" routinely takes away democratic rights from millions of people.
It's possible to elect an individual socialist to political office. But can socialists change the existing state and legislate a new society into existence?
Despite facing constant brutality, the actions of the water protectors at Standing Rock have inspired the support of millions.
Philadelphia transit workers are walking the picket line despite political pressure after facing months of stonewalling in bargaining.
The left-wing People's Democratic Party demands the release of party leaders and an end to the Turkish government's repression.
SW readers comment on a republished essay by Leon Trotsky taking up questions about imperialism and national liberation.
It may be contrary to common sense, but the lesser evil has been responsible for some of the greatest evils inflicted on this country and the world.
This week's column, in which we ask: Why would anyone dress up like one of the so-called people they want us to vote for?
The focus on Trump's horrors ignores Clinton's dismal record--and shifts attention from the alternative to both parties' pro-corporate agenda.
Founded 50 years ago, the Panthers won a mass audience for revolutionary politics on a scale unrivaled in the U.S. since the 1930s.
With premiums under Obamacare about to rise again, it's time to ask whether for-profit insurers belong in the health care business.
Dozens packed into a room at the Rochester Institute of Technology to hear a discussion about "Solidarity with Standing Rock."
A Trump victory would neither herald fascism nor an acceleration toward the end of capitalism. We still have to organize.
It's hypocrisy as far as the eye can see as the final week of Election 2016 is rocked by a media frenzy about mysterious e-mails and the FBI.
The journey of refugees fleeing to Europe is more deadly today than ever--and that's exactly how European Union leaders want it.
SocialistWorker.org republishes an essay by Leon Trotsky with a comment on how it applies today to the left's debate about Syria.
A young mother was shot to death on Muckleshoot tribal lands southeast of Seattle after a worried friend called police for help.
Several hundred University of Texas students protested an anti-affirmative action "bake sale"--and sent the racists packing.
Wherever similar social conditions exist--economic decline, a mistrusted state and traditions of bigotry--Trumpism or something like it does, too.
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