Clockwise from top left: Donald Trump, David Duke, Matthew Heimbach and Richard Spencer

The right-wing rats and their repulsive ringleader

The racists who turned out in Charlottesville want to inspire terror--and they are being aided in their cause by the president of the United States.

The broke-on-purpose subways

The starving of the transit system in the richest city in the world is as an indictment of a greedy and shortsighted ruling class.

No more Charlottesvilles

We have to continue to unite the struggle against right-wing racists to stop them before they are able to kill again.

Rallying for a bombed mosque

More than 1,000 people turned out to show their support for a suburban Minneapolis mosque that was bombed earlier this month.

Maryland, oh my! Maryland

With Confederate monuments coming down across the South, it's time that University of Maryland got rid of its racist song.

White (House) supremacists

If the far right has been emboldened to spew its bigotry, they have the racists of the Trump administration to thank for it.

John Kelly is no "moderate"

New White House Chief of Staff John Kelly at his confirmation hearing to head Homeland Security (Wikimedia Commons)

Don't expect Trump’s new chief of staff to bring "nuance" or "moderation" to the White House--he's a fanatical reactionary.

Taking on the right

Unite and fight far-right terror

Charlottesville ripped the mask off the right to reveal what we face--but the angry response shows the potential for mass protest to defeat this cancer.

Charlottesville: A call to action

The far right's rally in Virginia exposed the deadly truth about the bigots nurtured under Trump, but their hate is being met by a wave of solidarity.

The foul anatomy of the right

As the right wing evolves so rapidly, precise distinctions between conservatives, "populists" and fascists are difficult to make.

A team turns out to protest

There is a pressing need for all of us to take a lead from the Bethesda Soccer Club and defend the rights of immigrants.

ICE is guilty of his murder

Frank Fuentes

The government's anti-immigrant assault that has caused so many cruelties led to the death of a young man trying to return to his home in the U.S.

Black Sacramento under attack

Developers have their eyes on Sacramento-- which has meant more police violence and higher rents for its most vulnerable residents.

Texans want Medicare for all

A protest planned against the Republicans' health care bill turned into a victory celebration and a call for Medicare for all.

Dayton teachers ready to strike

This Ohio city could see its first teachers' strike in 24 years as a battle over the conditions in public schools comes to a head.

Their power to cure the system

Striking nurses build solidarity on the picket line (National Nurses United | Facebook)

Most debates about health care in the U.S. ignore the people who have the most power to change the system: nurses and other health care workers.

Causes of the defeat at Nissan

The bitter defeat for the UAW at Nissan's giant Mississippi plant adds urgency to the question of how to organize the South.

Message of the Spectrum strike

Workers and family members talk about the strike at Spectrum/Time Warner in New York and New Jersey, now in its fifth month.

They want to fix their contract

Some 1,700 auto mechanics in Chicago put down their tools and picked up picket signs, shutting down service at 130 dealerships.

Solidarity over sectarianism

The book Struggle or Starve tells the hidden story of how working-class Belfast came together to strike against anti-poor laws.

Medicare para todos

Necesitamos una alternativa radical a Trumpcare y a Obamacare: un sistema de pago-único. El apoyo existe, pero ¿dónde comenzamos?

Indignados y valientes

Un grupo de inmigrantes indocumentados bloqueó el tráfico en Austin, Texas, para protestar contra una draconiana ley y para alentar la resistencia.

Listos para responder a ICE

La migra lo ha dejado bien claro que está a la caza de activistas, pero ellos están preparados para responder.

Roots of the nuclear arms race

For decades, the world held its breath as nuclear-armed powers contemplated the annihilation of their rivals--and themselves.

Ten facts about the Iraq War

As Trump threatens new wars, it's worth remembering several things about the 2003 drive to war in Iraq--and the aftermath.

An anti-imperialist resistance

Those who want to oppose Donald Trump and the right wing have to challenge not just their domestic agenda, but their program for U.S. imperialism.

Her uncompromising fight

Chelsea Manning has played a vital role in exposing the lies at the heart of U.S. wars and American imperialism.

A "lesser evil" in Venezuela?

Lines outside supermarkets in Venezuela form early in the morning

The left approaches the crisis in Venezuela as a binary choice: with the government or the opposition? But there's another option.

China's "one road" to power?

The global manufacturing powerhouse is rolling out its most ambitious and assertive economic initiative yet: One Belt, One Road.

The left response in Venezuela

A member of Marea Socialista provides a perspective on the conflicts and crisis in Venezuela from the vantage point of a left.

An iron glove on a hand of clay

The victory of Emmanuel Macron and his new party seems like it stabilized French politics, but there are conflicts to come.

We shouldn't narrow the fight

Too many supporters of "universalist" class politics argue as if working-class struggle is separate from struggles against oppression.

They don't give a flying f*#k

Flying the so-called friendly skies these days is an expensive, cramped, unhealthy and abusive experience--and the free market system is to blame.

When we beat the bosses

The 1997 UPS strike that began 20 years ago showed that workers have the power to beat a corporate giant--and that labor's decline isn't inevitable.

The kind of party workers need

Workers need a political party to represent them and advocate for their interests. But how should it be organized and what should it be working toward?

On the left sat the Bolsheviks

An eyewitness to the Russian Revolution describes how the Petrograd of the workers developed a different attitude to Bolshevism.

Series: The Russian Revolution

Read SW's series on the Russian Revolution, which began 100 years ago today.

Repression and resurgence

The period of reaction that followed the July Days was relatively short-lived, with the movement reviving in a matter of a month.

How Kornilov was defeated

In August of 1917, the Russian Revolution faced the threat of a coup. Defeating it depended on a mass popular mobilization.

Find a list of articles from the full Socialist Worker series on Russia 1917.

Joining forces against NAFTA

As the U.S. gets set to reopen negotiations of NAFTA with Mexico and Canada, activists in San Diego are planning united resistance.

A racist curfew in Madison

Plans by a Madison mall to require teens to be accompanied by a parent or guardian for evening hours are designed to discriminate.

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