As the business of college sports expands, this is the moment to talk about the future of the so-called "student-athlete."
Marxism is not only the most searing indictment of capitalism, but it explains the contradictions of the system and how it can be confronted.
With their contract victory, St. Paul, Minn., teachers showed how union workers can reassert some control at the workplace.
A member of the International Socialist Organization in New York explains what persuaded him to join the group.
Jon Burge may be released to a halfway house--while some of the men he tortured up to 40 years ago are still locked up.
Tony Benn will certainly be remembered exactly as he said he wanted to be: "With the words, 'He inspired us.'"
Lenin insisted that support for the right of oppressed nations to self-determination is indispensible for building international working-class solidarity.
Students at the University of Michigan and Loyola University are pressing their schools to divest from Israel's apartheid.
The promise was that if you worked hard, you'd be able to enjoy your retirement. That couldn’t be further from the reality.
Four unions representing a half-million postal workers have declared a joint national day of action against privatization.
Supporters of Irish freedom have to take sides over a St. Patrick's Day parade that discriminates against a host of groups.
A Portland teacher and union activist considers the lessons of a struggle that made the school district back down and won a contract victory.
A professor at Portland State University explains the issues pushing faculty toward a strike--and how they are preparing.
Bus drivers in Chittenden County have been on the picket line for a week, and so far, management hasn't budged.
Will the administration of Mayor Bill De Blasio ring in a new era for New York City public schools--by ringing out the charters?
Palestine solidarity activists at Ohio State University respond to a campus event featuring a woman from the Israeli military.
La primavera es la temporada de las pruebas estandarizadas, pero este año también ha sido tiempo de protestas y boicots contra ellas.
In letters written in 1922, Lenin argued about the approach of the Russian workers' state toward oppressed nations.
A discussion underway on the left raises important questions about the Democratic Party--and whether it can be changed from the inside.
In Illinois, 37-year-old Adolfo Davis has a chance at living life outside of prison for the first time since he was 14 years old.
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