Protests in Egypt shake al-Sisi’s bloody military dictatorship

By Johannes Stern, 23 September 2019

The demonstrations in Egypt evoke memories of the revolutionary mass protests that brought down long-time dictator Hosni Mubarak in the winter of 2011.

US political warfare explodes over Trump and Ukraine

By Patrick Martin, 23 September 2019

The US president admitted Sunday that he had discussed with the Ukrainian president a possible investigation into Democrat Joe Biden and his son.

Department of Homeland Security counterterrorism strategy targets left-wing politics as “violent extremism”

By Kevin Reed, 23 September 2019

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued a new strategy document expanding the definition of terrorism to include what it calls “domestic actors inspired by violent extremist ideologies.”

Australian prime minister endorses US trade war and militarism

By James Cogan, 23 September 2019

Morrison conducted himself as the head of a middle-order power that has functioned since World War II as the willing enabler of the predatory policies of its great power ally.

Confrontation with China focus of Australian prime minister’s state visit to Washington

US sending more troops to Saudi Arabia amid rising war tensions

Trump meets with security council on Iran war plans

Trump reviewing target lists as Iran war threat mounts

Washington steps up threats against Iran over strikes on Saudi oil facilities

More on the war drive in the Middle East »

GM fires Mexican workers for aiding US strikers and calling for cross-border fight against automaker

By the WSWS Autoworker Newsletter, 23 September 2019

The victimization exposes the weak underbelly of the transnational corporations, which fear that workers will defy the nationalist unions and unite internationally to defend jobs and living standards.

“We will not submit, and we will not bow out.”
Hundreds of autoworkers discuss GM strike and global strategy in online meeting

The strike at General Motors: Class struggle vs. the reactionary politics of racial division

The struggle of autoworkers against GM, Ford, and Chrysler requires a global strategy

Elizabeth Warren promotes economic nationalism at Detroit GM workers’ picket line

By Shannon Jones, 23 September 2019

The UAW is desperately seeking to shut down the strike, which cuts across their corporatist relations with management and threatens to spark a wider movement in the working class.

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren mixes anti-corruption demagogy with identity politics at New York City rally

Wall Street to General Motors: End strike and ram through cuts

As GM tries to cut health benefits for workers on strike, Federal Reserve prepares more handouts to Wall Street

Daimler-Benz workers in Germany support GM strikers

By Gregor Link and K. Nesan, 23 September 2019

German autoworkers in the city of Stuttgart support the strike of their American counterparts, against the auto companies and the union, as a model for their own upcoming struggles.

India: Motherson auto parts company in Chennai victimises strikers

Hundreds of thousands of Indian auto workers face sackings and wage cuts

Unifor shuts down Nemak auto parts strike in Windsor, Canada

Jeff Pietrzyk, former aide to UAW vice president Joe Ashton, charged with criminal conspiracy

By Jessica Goldstein, 23 September 2019

Pietrzyk sat on the 2011 UAW-GM National Negotiating Committee, which pushed through a miserable sellout contract that maintained a pay freeze and the hated two-tier system.

The UAW’s $760 million strike fund: A bonanza for Solidarity House executives but only $250 per week for striking GM workers

Autoworkers at GM, Fiat Chrysler and Ford react to UAW’s starvation strike pay

More on autoworkers struggles »

Trump-Modi lovefest in Houston underscores Indo-US alliance of war and reaction

By Keith Jones, 23 September 2019

By taking a starring role at Modi’s Houston rally Sunday, Trump put Washington’s support for India’s brutal assault on Jammu and Kashmir on full display.

India’s top court greenlights New Delhi prolonging Kashmir state-of-siege indefinitely

US Justice Department sues Edward Snowden to block proceeds of memoir

By Kevin Reed, 23 September 2019

The 26-page lawsuit is aimed at intimidating other whistleblowers and publishers who might be thinking about telling the truth and exposing the crimes of the US government.

US deal with El Salvador puts new roadblock to asylum seekers

By Norisa Diaz, 23 September 2019

The attempt to label El Salvador as a “safe third country” is a deeply sadistic measure to undermine the rights of asylum guaranteed by international asylum law.

Immigrant shot by ICE agents two weeks ago detained in lawyer’s parking lot in Nashville, Tennessee

Inspector general report details Trump’s abuse of immigrant children

No letup in Trump’s war on immigrants as 37-year-old Mexican man dies in ICE custody

The bipartisan attack on the right to asylum

More on North American immigrant issues »

National Football League continues blacklisting of Colin Kaepernick

By Alan Gilman, 23 September 2019

Despite one-fifth of starting quarterbacks unable to play because of injuries, the National Football League owners continue to refuse to give Colin Kaepernick a tryout, let alone hire him.

Factional warfare over Brexit dominates Labour Party conference

By Robert Stevens and Chris Marsden, 23 September 2019

After one political capitulation after another, Corbyn is left fending off speculation that he may be forced to quit as even his innermost circle comes out against him.

Corbyn tries to unite Labour Party to solve Brexit crisis for ruling class

Police surveillance used to report disabled protesters to UK government for alleged benefit fraud

By Dennis Moore, 23 September 2019

Many disabled activists have raised concerns that police have passed on information about disabled protesters who participate in demonstrations against welfare cuts and anti-austerity movements.

Australian students and youth speak out at climate strikes

By our reporters, 23 September 2019

“The governments are too scared to do anything because they want to make profits, rather than save the planet.”

Millions march against climate change, capitalism and war

The only solution to climate change is world socialism

Climate strike protesters speak out: “There’s willful blindness on this issue, because fixing it conflicts with capitalism”

Bushfires in Australia: Another symptom of climate change

Australian government “balances” budget at expense of disabled

By Mike Head, 23 September 2019

The Morrison government “saved” $4.6 billion by underfunding the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and cutting a total of $6.4 billion from social programs.

Older people keep working due to economic necessity in Australia

21 September 2019

US drone massacre in Afghanistan

By Jacob Crosse, 21 September 2019

University of Chicago nurses locked out for conducting a one-day strike

By Benjamin Mateus, 21 September 2019

US healthcare workers face rise in workplace violence

Strike date of October 14 set for 80,000 Kaiser Permanente health care workers across US

Jordanian teachers continue strike into second week

By Jean Shaoul, 21 September 2018

New in Spanish

Mientras Trump amenaza a Irán con guerra
Chelsea Manning cumple seis meses en prisión sin cargos por rehusarse a testificar contra Julian Assange

Kevin Reed y James Cogan, 23 septiembre 2019

Manning ayudó a exponer la enorme escala de violencia desatada contra el pueblo de Oriente Próximo en las invasiones estadounidenses de Irak e Afganistán.

La respuesta del Comité Internacional al "Fin de la Historia": el Pleno de marzo de 1992 del CICI

David Walsh, 23 septiembre 2019

Este informe fue presentado por David Walsh, Editor de Artes del World Socialist Web Site (WSWS), en la escuela de verano del Partido Socialista por la Igualdad (EUA) el 26 de julio de 2019.

La disolución de la URSS y el momento unipolar del imperialismo estadounidense

Bill Van Auken, 23 septiembre 2019

Esta conferencia fue pronunciada por Bill Van Auken, veterano escritor del World Socialist Web Site , en la Escuela de Verano del Partido Socialista por la Igualdad (EUA) el 25 de julio de 2019.

“¡Tomen control de la lucha!” Los trabajadores de logística en UPS y FedEx apoyan la huelga de GM, advierten sobre la traición sindical

George Marlowe, 23 septiembre 2019

Los trabajadores de UPS, donde el sindicato Teamsters forzó a través de una venta el año pasado, y en FedEx, están observando de cerca la huelga de GM y apoyan una lucha unificada de la clase trabajadora.

Millones de personas marchan contra el cambio climático, el capitalismo y la guerra

Bryan Dyne y Will Morrow, 23 septiembre 2019

“Cualquier conversación sobre el cambio climático debe incluir el socialismo y el sistema económico”.

New in Norwegian

Corbyn prøver å forene Labour Party, for å løse Brexit-krisen for styringsklassen

Thomas Scripps, 23. september 2019

Labour Party-konferansen som begynte på lørdag var satt til å domineres av konflikten om partiets Brexit-politikk.

Mens Trump truer Iran med atomkrig:
Chelsea Manning fengslet uten tiltale i seks måneder, for å nekte å vitne mot Julian Assange

Kevin Reed og James Cogan, 23. september 2019

Manning bidro til å avsløre det enorme omfanget av vold utløst mot menneskene i Midtøsten av USAs invasjoner av Irak og Afghanistan.

Wall Street til General Motors: Få en slutt på streiken og tving gjennom nedskjæringer

Tom Hall, 23. september 2019

Uttalelser fra kredittbyråer og finanspressen viser at de streikende GM-arbeiderne ikke bare konfronterer administrerende direktør Mary Barra og GMs andre direktører, men hele kapitalistklassen.

Det høyreekstreme nettverk bak Lübcke-mordet

Peter Schwarz, 23. september 2019

Tre måneder etter drapet på Kassels regionalguvernør Walter Lübcke fortettes beleggene for at CDU-politikeren var offer for et høyreekstremt nettverk som strekker seg dypt inn i det føderale sikkerhetsapparatet.

New in German

Vor dem Hintergrund von Trumps Atomkriegsdrohungen gegen den Iran:
Chelsea Manning seit sechs Monaten in Haft wegen Aussageverweigerung gegen Julian Assange

Kevin Reed und James Cogan, 23. September 2019

Manning hat dazu beigetragen, das enorme Ausmaß der Gewalt aufzudecken, die durch die US-Invasionen im Irak und in Afghanistan gegen die Menschen im Nahen Osten verübt wurde.

Proteste in Ägypten erschüttern al-Sisis blutige Militärdiktatur

Johannes Stern, 23. September 2019

Die Demonstrationen in Ägypten rufen Erinnerungen an die revolutionären Massenproteste wach, die Anfang 2011 den langjährigen Diktator Hosni Mubarak zu Fall brachten.

USA schicken zusätzliche Truppen nach Saudi-Arabien

Bill Van Auken, 23. September 2019

Im Vorfeld der Ankündigung hatten Trump und sein Nationaler Sicherheitsrat bei einem Treffen im Weißen Haus über Vorschläge für eine Militäraktion gegen den Iran diskutiert.

Unter den Siemensbeschäftigten wächst der Widerstand gegen den geplanten Stellenabbau

Gustav Kemper, 23. September 2019

Die IG Metall unterstützt die Strategie des Siemens-Vorstands, die Energiesparte als eigenständiges Unternehmen an die Börse zu bringen. Dabei werden Tausende Stellen abgebaut und Arbeitsbedingungen „neu verhandelbar“.

„Wir werden uns nicht unterwerfen, und wir werden nicht klein beigeben“
Hunderte Autoarbeiter diskutieren bei Onlineveranstaltung über Streik bei GM und eine globale Strategie

Marcus Day und Evan Blake, 23. September 2019

Mehr als 300 Arbeiter aus den USA, Mexiko, Kanada und anderen Ländern beteiligten sich am zweiten Onlineforum des WSWS Autoworker Newsletter. Viele äußerten ihren Wunsch, den Streik bei GM auszuweiten.

Theater gegen Rechts mit Ödön von Horváth

Verena Nees, 23. September 2019

Die volkstümlichen und sozialkritischen Stücke des österreichisch-ungarischen Dramatikers Ödön von Horváth, die sich gegen den Aufstieg der Nazis wandten, haben Hochkonjunktur auf deutschsprachigen Bühnen.

New in Russian

Эта неделя в истории
25 лет назад: Кастро склоняется перед империализмом по вопросу иммиграции

21 сентября 2019 г.

9 сентября 1994 года между правительствами Кастро и Клинтона было подписано соглашение о предотвращении дальнейшего неконтролируемого потока иммиграции, идущего с Кубы в Соединенные Штаты. Эта сделка стала еще одним шагом в цепи капитуляций буржуазно-националистического режима Кастро перед империализмом.

New in Portuguese

Trabalhadores brasileiros da GM falam sobre a greve nos EUA

Repórteres do WSWS, 21 Setembro 2019

Os trabalhadores brasileiros da GM reconhecem cada vez mais que todos os problemas que eles enfrentam são os mesmos dos seus irmãos de classe nos EUA e ao redor do mundo.

New in Turkish

Trump, İran’a yönelik savaş planları için güvenlik konseyini topladı

Bill Van Auken, 21 Eylül 2019

ABD Başkanı Donald Trump, 20 Eylül günü, İran’a karşı askeri bir saldırı için önerilerini dinlemek üzere Ulusal Güvenlik Konseyi’ni topladı.

New in French

Trump rencontre le Conseil de sécurité au sujet des plans de guerre contre l’Iran

Bill Van Auken, 21 septembre 2019

Washington n’a pas encore présenté la moindre preuve de la responsabilité de l’Iran dans les attaques en Arabie saoudite, attaques qui lui servent de prétexte pour intensifier une guerre de changement de régime.

Les «blackface» de Trudeau: Que faire, et ne pas faire, pour s’opposer au gouvernement libéral du Canada

Keith Jones, 21 septembre 2019

La classe ouvrière doit s’opposer au gouvernement libéral de Trudeau, mais elle doit le faire selon sa propre position de classe et sans se laisser piéger dans les intrigues et les provocations des opposants politiques des libéraux.

Le fonds de grève de 760 millions de dollars de l’UAW: une manne pour les dirigeants de la Solidarity House mais seulement 250 dollars par semaine pour les travailleurs de GM en grève

Eric London, 21 septembre 2019

Le refus de la part de l’UAW de fournir le soutien financier adéquat pour la grève révèle le conflit d’intérêts incommensurable entre la direction du syndicat et les travailleurs de la base.

Allemagne: Comment les services secrets et l’AfD d'extrême droite ont organisé l’interdiction du site web «linksunten.indymedia»

Peter Schwarz, 21 septembre 2019

La cessation des poursuites pénales confirme le fait que l'interdiction du site Web fût un acte de censure politique auquel le ministère de l'Intérieur, les services secrets et l'Alternative pour l'Allemagne (AfD) d'extrême droite ont étroitement collaboré.

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Perspective

The GM strike is in danger

23 September 2019

While the weeklong strike by General Motors workers in the US has won the support of workers throughout the world, the UAW is working out a strategy to strangle it as quickly as possible.

Earlier Perspectives »

Mehring Books

Introduction to the Turkish language edition of In Defense of Leon Trotsky
Leon Trotsky’s four fateful years in Prinkipo: 1929-1933

By David North, 23 September 2019

The following is the introduction to the recently translated Turkish edition of In Defense of Leon Trotsky, written by the book’s author, David North, chairman of the international editorial board of the World Socialist Web Site. The book was originally published in 2013.

Preface to the Turkish edition of The Russian Revolution and the Unfinished Twentieth Century

By David North, 2 September 2019

Preview the new publication from Mehring Books
Author’s introduction to Bolsheviks Against Stalinism 1928-1933: Leon Trotsky and the Left Opposition

By Vadim Rogovin, 30 August 2019

Now available from Mehring Books
Bolsheviks Against Stalinism 1928-1933: Leon Trotsky and the Left Opposition by Vadim Z. Rogovin

International Youth and Students for Social Equality

Lectures in Australia and New Zealand on the 1949 Chinese Revolution

23 September 2019

In this video, Peter Symonds, SEP national WSWS editor, explains the relevance of his upcoming lecture “70 years after the Chinese Revolution: How the struggle for socialism was betrayed” to contemporary events. Details of dates and venues in Australia and New Zealand are available here.

IYSSE lecture series in Australia
Seventy years after the Chinese Revolution: How the struggle for socialism was betrayed

9 September 2019

The 2020 US Elections

Joe Biden: A familiar face, a deeply reactionary record

By Patrick Martin, 23 September 2019

Obama’s vice president for two terms, Biden is identified with some of the worst crimes of the American government over the past 50 years, including wars in the former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya.

Amy Klobuchar: The favorite Democrat of Senate Republicans

By George Gallanis, 19 August 2019

Autoworkers struggles

Labor Notes, DSA line up with UAW bureaucrats against GM strikers

By Shannon Jones and Barry Grey, 23 September 2019

In the face of the UAW’s strategy of isolating and betraying the powerful strike by US General Motors workers, middle-class “left” groups like Labor Notes and the Democratic Socialists of America are working to keep strikers chained to the union apparatus.

“Go on strike ‘til you get it right!”
Detroit rapper GmacCash supports striking autoworkers

By Kathleen Martin, 21 September 2019

“Take control of the struggle!” Logistics workers at UPS and FedEx support GM strike, warn of union treachery

By George Marlowe, 21 September 2019

“We should all be on strike”
Autoworkers call for industrywide action to back strike by GM workers

By Jerry White, 20 September 2019

GM shuts off healthcare for striking autoworkers, begins to use scabs in attempt to break strike

“The union is a company now”
Striking GM autoworkers call for expansion of strike to Ford and Fiat Chrysler, denounce UAW sabotage

Striking GM workers arrested in Spring Hill, Tennessee for blocking scab truck

GM hiring scabs to replace strikers at Missouri and Texas assembly plants

Trump administration intervenes in bid to shut down GM strike

More on autoworkers struggles »

25 years ago: MS Estonia wreck kills 852 in the Baltic Sea

On September 28, 1994, the cruise ferry MS Estonia sank in the Baltic Sea as it carried passengers from Tallinn, Estonia, to Stockholm, Sweden. It was the worst cruise liner disaster since the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. The vessel was operated by Estline, a joint Swedish-Estonian firm.

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50 years ago: Military coup in Bolivia

Alfredo Ovando Candía, Bolivia’s leading military general, seized the office too of the presidency on September 26, 1969, in a bloodless coup, removing acting president Luis Adolfo Siles. After taking power Ovando announced that the new government would be one of “leftist nationalism.”

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75 years ago: Soviet Army, Yugoslav partisans launch Belgrade offensive

On September 28, 1944, divisions of the Soviet Red Army, along with Yugoslav partisans involved in the resistance to Nazi occupation, launched a major offensive aimed at expelling the forces of the Third Reich from Belgrade, the capital of Yugoslavia.

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British occupation forces begin withdrawal from Soviet Russia

On September 27, 1919, British soldiers began to withdraw from Arkhangelsk in northern Russia, close to the Arctic Circle. In October they would withdraw from Murmansk, still further north. American troops had withdrawn in June, as the imperialist drive to destroy the Bolshevik Revolution fell apart.

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Featured Commentary

The World Capitalist Crisis and the Tasks of the Fourth International: An analysis of the ICFI Perspectives resolution of 1988

By Andre Damon, 20 September 2019

The International Committee’s response to the “End of History”: The March 1992 Plenum of the ICFI

The Dissolution of the USSR and the Unipolar Moment of US Imperialism

China: Thirty years since the Tiananmen Square massacre

The Political Origins and Consequences of the 1982–86 Split in the International Committee of the Fourth International

A major exhibition at New York City’s Museum of Jewish Heritage
The story of Auschwitz

By Fred Mazelis, 17 September 2019

The New York Times’ 1619 Project: A racialist falsification of American and world history

By Niles Niemuth, Tom Mackaman and David North, 3 September 2019

“1619” and the myth of white unity under slavery
Book review: Masterless Men: Poor Whites and Slavery in the Antebellum South by Keri Leigh Merritt

By Eric London, 9 September 2019

Free Assange and Manning

As Trump threatens war on Iran:
Chelsea Manning imprisoned without charge for six months for refusing to testify against Julian Assange

By Kevin Reed and James Cogan, 21 September 2019

Manning helped expose the vast scale of the violence unleashed upon the people of the Middle East by the US invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Julian Assange: The great unmentionable as Australian leader wines and dines with Trump

By Oscar Grenfell, 20 September 2019

UK “justice” system tortures Julian Assange, treats fascist Tommy Robinson with kid gloves

Attend September 28 demonstration at London’s Belmarsh prison to demand freedom for Julian Assange!

By our reporter, 20 September 2019

The rally has been called by the Julian Assange Defence Committee (JADC) to demand Assange’s freedom from the high-security jail in London.

British judge jails Assange indefinitely, despite end of prison sentence

By Oscar Grenfell, 14 September 2019

Pamela Anderson defends Julian Assange: “Journalism is not a crime!”

By Oscar Grenfell, 13 September 2019

Pamela Anderson defends Assange, challenges McCain’s daughter on US TV

Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood visits Assange: “He’s a freedom fighter!”

More on the campaign to Free Assange and Manning »

Arts Review

Toronto International Film Festival 2019: Part 3
The personal and social tragedy of “dark periods”: Ibrahim: A Fate to Define, South Terminal, My English Cousin, 1982

By David Walsh, 20 September 2019

Toronto International Film Festival 2019
An interview with Lina Al Abed, director of Ibrahim: A Fate to Define: “We Palestinians need to look at our recent history with a more critical and objective eye”

By David Walsh, 20 September 2019

Toronto International Film Festival 2019: Part 2
Love Child, Hearts and Bones, Atlantics: A Ghost Love Story—Some of the social traumas of our time

By Joanne Laurier, 18 September 2019

Toronto International Film Festival 2019
An interview with director Eva Mulvad: “You can…come a bit closer to having a more rounded understanding of the world”

By Joanne Laurier, 18 September 2019

Toronto International Film Festival 2019: Part 1
Paris Stalingrad: The plight of refugees in the French capital, once “one of the best cities”

An interview with Hind Meddeb, director of Paris Stalingrad: “It’s not a film about refugees, it’s a film about human beings”

Official Secrets: A whistleblower attempts to prevent the Iraq War

Workers Struggles

Workers Struggles: Asia, Australia and New Zealand
GM workers in South Korea strike over wages; Pakistan higher education teachers walkout; Psychologists continue industrial action in New Zealand

21 September 2019

The World Socialist Web Site invites workers and other readers to contribute to this regular feature.

Thousands of Sri Lankan university workers demonstrate in Colombo

By our correspondents, 19 September 2019

UK lecturers and academic staff ballot to strike against huge pension and pay cuts

By Alice Summers, 18 September 2019

French transit workers strike against attack on pensions

By Will Morrow, 14 September 2019

Defending pensions against Macron requires an international political strategy

By Alex Lantier, 14 September 2019

Science

Stunning discovery of pre-human fossil skull in Ethiopia

By Frank Gaglioti, 19 September 2019

Video: Paleoanthropologist Yohannes Haile-Selassie explains the significance of the discovery

19 September 2019

Hubble Space Telescope detects water vapor on habitable-zone exoplanet

By Bryan Dyne, 13 September 2019

Commentary

Trudeau’s “blackface” photos: How to oppose Canada’s Liberal government, and how not to

20 September 2019

Inconclusive second elections intensify Israel’s political crisis

By Jean Shaoul, 19 September 2019

What is at stake in the British Supreme Court’s ruling on the proroguing of Parliament?

By Thomas Scripps, 18 September 2019

Boris Johnson gets short shrift from European Union leaders in Brexit talks

The Brexit crisis and the struggle for the unity and political independence of the working class

More on Brexit »

Socialist Equality Party

UK public meetings—The Socialist answer to Brexit: For the United Socialist States of Europe

18 September 2019

Build action committees! Expand the strike!
A socialist perspective for the Sri Lankan university employees’ struggle

the Socialist Equality Party (Sri Lanka), 10 September 2019

Stop the deportation of the Biloela refugee family from Australia!

the Socialist Equality Party (Australia), 4 September 2019

German Socialist Equality Party answers legal document from Verfassungsschutz Secret Service

By Peter Schwarz, 28 August 2019

Stop the right-wing conspiracy! Defend the SGP against the Verfassungsschutz secret service!

On the anniversary of 9/11

The World Socialist Web Site has an unparalleled record of articles and commentary on the terrorist attacks of September 11, their origins and political consequences. In the 18 years since, the perspective advanced by the WSWS since the day of the attack has been entirely confirmed—a vindication of the power of Marxist analysis and principled politics.

The two articles below were published by the WSWS in the days following the attacks.

The political roots of the terror attack on New York and Washington

By the WSWS Editorial Board, 12 September 2001

Anti-Americanism: The “anti-imperialism” of fools

By David North and David Walsh, 22 September 2001

Book Review

Book Review: Red State Revolt – Part II
The Democratic Socialists of America shows its hostility to socialism

By Nancy Hanover, 10 August 2019

Part II of the review of a new book by Eric Blanc of the DSA. See Part I

Book Review: Red State Revolt – Part I
The DSA’s dishonest and self-serving account of the US teachers’ strikes

By Nancy Hanover, 8 August 2019

International Online May Day Rally 2019

Opening report to Online International May Day Rally
The resurgence of class struggle and the fight for socialism

By David North, 6 May 2019

The future lies in socialism

By Joseph Kishore, 13 May 2019

On May 4, the International Committee of the Fourth International held its annual International May Day Online Rally, with speakers and participants from throughout the world. Readers can listen to the entire rally here.