Donald Trump is a bigoted buffoon, but his anti-immigrant rants fit right into the larger climate of repression and scapegoating.
The celebrated pursuit of economic "efficiency" may make sense for capitalists--but it's entirely irrational for the rest of us.
Labour Party leaders are worried that an influx of Jeremy Corbyn supporters might pressure the party to stand for something.
Raising the Black Lives Matter issue forcefully is important, but the dismissal of potential supporters as racists is a problem.
Confrontations between Black Lives Matter activists and political candidates have cast a light on the movement's politics and the challenges it faces.
Obama's snub of an invitation by Japanese activists to visit Hiroshima and Nagasaki is as much about the present as the past.
On the eve of a SYRIZA leadership meeting, a leader of the Left Platform argues that the party must not become pro-austerity.
Two new documents--a book and a film--show how hip-hop has served as community rebellion against capitalist priorities.
A public library in Brooklyn has been starved of funds and now sold off to the highest bidder--to make way for luxury housing.
Democrats have had to offer promises of change, instead of ignoring the issue of racist violence--but that isn't enough.
After the Republican debate horror show in Cleveland, Donald Trump was the center of attention, but the real winner was right-wing fanaticism.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is trying to win final approval for a third Memorandum over the opposition of SYRIZA's left.
Socialist Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant won the primary vote handily in her re-election campaign.
After winning a union, social workers in Portland now have a voice to improve working conditions.
Greenpeace canvassers in San Diego are setting an example by demanding job security, and they deserve solidarity.
Between Black Lives Matter and Bernie Sanders, there should be no question about which side we're on.
From Puerto Rico to Illinois and beyond, looming debt crises are being exploited as a justification to shred an already threadbare welfare state.
The best-known leader of SYRIZA's Left Platform argues against the government's course toward a new Memorandum.
Workers' wages, health care and benefits are all on the line in the latest negotiations between the UAW and automakers.
Our movements should be guided by strategies and tactics that help activists to challenge and change people's ideas.
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