Parents in New York state are showing growing opposition to education standards that fail both students and their teachers.
Barack Obama's offhand remarks to a crowd of chuckling executives focused unexpected attention on a good question: What is socialism really?
An Egyptian labor lawyer and socialist, facing a new threat of arrest, describes the latest wave of repression against the left.
The International Socialist Review will be a forum for the development of a Marxist analysis of the challenges the left faces.
Nelson Mandela's relationship to the sports world has been lionized, but there was a side that was far more controversial.
Supporters of the unjustly imprisoned radical lawyer are calling for a holiday campaign to win her compassionate release.
The U.S. was able to impose its terms in a new deal about Iran's nuclear program, but the talks themselves were a sign of Washington's weakness.
We must honor Nelson Mandela's legacy, but also remember that the struggle to liberate South Africa was a collective effort.
The rock legend and Pink Floyd cofounder explains why he supports the Palestinian struggle to tear down the apartheid wall.
A neighborhood schools fair organized by Chicago moms offered an antidote to the lies and layoffs coming from City Hall.
Too many fans believe defending your team means destroying any woman who dares to speak about what happened to her.
An ISO member responds to a CounterPunch.org article that criticized the SW discussion on white skin privilege theory.
A recent debate at SW has little to say about the political challenges we're bound to face in struggles for women's liberation.
Ending apartheid was an immense achievement, but the system Nelson Mandela led afterward didn't end the suffering of the majority of Blacks.
The defenders of apartheid have to scramble in Mandela's shadow for a space to declare that they admired him after all.
Socialists fighting for social justice and a different world must make the struggle for ecological justice part of our vision.
The anti-choice movement is up in arms over my play MOM BABY GOD, and I have a message for them: Bring it on.
The privatization of fare collection for Chicago's public transportation system has been a complete disaster for transit users.
The newspaper of the International Socialists, Workers' Power, featured coverage of struggle from 1970 to 1978.
Los hondureños salieron a las calles a protestar el fraude que adjudicó la victoria electoral al gobernante Partido Nacional.
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