Read the articles featured in this month's print edition of Socialist Worker. Articles not yet published at the website include: "A voice for socialism for 40 years."
Immigrant rights organizations are joining with labor and other forces to build May Day into a show of strength against the whole Trump agenda.
Immigrants and their supporters have a chance with the coming May 1 protests to not only oppose Trump's crackdown, but declare what we're for.
The Trump administration is speeding up the deportation machine--and ICE agents have been only too happy to embrace their racist marching orders.
People in Vermont are protesting a series of raids targeting immigrants whose only "crime" has been to fight for the rights of dairy farm workers.
The first issue of Socialist Worker was published 40 years ago in April 1977, and the need for a revolutionary socialist press is still key today.
Among the different ways of understanding socialism and Marxism, the ISO stands in a tradition summarized by Hal Draper as "socialism from below."
The disruption of a lecture by right-winger Charles Murray at Middlebury College has led to a firestorm of criticism and debate.
People around the U.S. marked International Women's Day with events designed to put working women's struggles at the forefront.
State workers in Illinois voted to authorize a strike in the face of harsh austerity measures pushed by Gov. Bruce Rauner.
A revised Muslim travel ban was blocked hours before it was meant to take effect, but we need to remain mobilized to be sure it stays that way.
The recent attacks on Indian-Americans are a new and deadly chapter in a long history of racism in the U.S. against immigrants from South Asia.
The stock market has been on a tear since the election, but that doesn't mean the economy is poised for takeoff, with plenty of jobs, as Trump promised.
The resistance to Trump among scientists targeted by his reactionary agenda raised an old question about politicizing science.
Thousands gathered for the Native Nations Rise events in Washington, D.C., focusing attention on the ongoing struggles for Indigenous rights.
Modern technology has made it possible to grow enough food to feed everyone in the world. So why is the UN reporting the worst famine since 1945?
The workers' council system created in Russia in 1917 provided the platform for full democracy and liberation.
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