Socialism is about much more than "big government"--it will replace an economic dictatorship with an economic democracy.
A member of a left-wing Brazilian labor federation calls for solidarity with the growing protests among Brazilian workers.
After 86 years of frustration, the Palestinian national soccer team is taking the hopes of its people to the international stage.
Rather than oppose a Seattle measure with numerous concessions they once criticized, Socialist Alternative has declared victory.
June 4 marks the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, when the Chinese government crushed a mass pro-democracy movement.
The "war on drugs" is finally being criticized by U.S. political leaders--but the changes we need have only just begun.
The Working Families Party in New York has proved that all its talk of pushing the Democrats to the left is just that--talk.
The abdication of Spanish King Juan Carlos is the latest maneuver to try to rescue a discredited system.
The Labour Party seems to think the best response to the success of the UK Independence Party is to copy it.
La presidenta de la Federación de Maestros de Puerto Rico habla con Obrero Socialista acerca de la imposición de la educación neoliberal.
A year of stunning revelations has exposed the frightening reach of the American spy state into every corner of our lives.
A $400 billion gas deal between Russia and China represents a major challenge to the U.S. drive for global hegemony.
UPS's move into New York started a chain reaction that led to the longest Teamster strike at the company until the mid-1970s.
California's budget shouldn't be balanced on the backs of state workers. Instead, let's make Google and Apple pay.
The fact that the legend felt compelled to speak out about Brazil's carnival of injustice shows how deep the crisis runs.
Left electoral campaigns should be judged not by their label, but how they contribute to building a stronger, more unified left.
We need to confront the virulent sexism and violence our culture is steeped in--and the institutions and social relations that generate them.
General Baker was a troublemaker his whole life, particularly fighting for Black liberation inside Detroit's auto plants.
Thailand's junta has let it be known what sort of punishment people will face if they don't comply with the new regime.
The Brandeis University president's decision to sever ties with a Palestinian university was an unfair attack on that school.
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