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.
A 22-day strike forced the world's richest university to retreat from its demands for concessions from dining services workers.
At the core of the left's debate about Syria is the hesitancy--or outright refusal--of some to embrace the pro-democracy revolt of 2011.
A new book casts some light on the nook within mainstream journalism that claims to hold politicians to account for, well, lying.
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The latest attack by security forces on activists who are protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline in Standing Rock, North Dakota, demands our solidarity.
Tom Hayden didn't "sell out" when he backed Democrats like Hillary Clinton--it was a natural consequence of his politics.
After months of patient organizing, students at Portland State University won a resolution to divest their campus from Israeli apartheid.
Though often overlooked, Cleveland's baseball team flaunts the most spectacularly racist logo in professional sports.
In this excerpt from his 1986 book, Bailing Out the System, Ian Birchall examines the utopian roots of social democracy.
In this week's column: Why hasn't the coach of the Pentagon been fired--and why doesn't the insurance industry just go to hell?
The Democrats and Republicans collaborate in rigging the political system against any independent alternative--like the Green Party's Jill Stein.
Water protectors protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline faced the worst day of mass arrests since founding their encampment.
The new president of the Philippines may be challenging the U.S., but he is currying favor with another empire at the same time.
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