By Max Elbaum The COVID-19 pandemic and the uprising to defend Black lives have cast a spotlight on a level of deep-rooted inequality, ruling class degeneration, and public-health-be-damned behavior that makes the U.S. unique even among capitalist countries. My next column will examine the sources of these pathologies in a nation founded on racial slavery […]
Bill Fletcher Jr., Alicia Garza, Claire Sandberg, and Marcus Ferrell on the lessons from Bernie 2020 and the long arc of the Black Political Struggle.
Time's up for Donald Trump! You will get blasted in the popular vote and crushed in the Electoral College.
In cities across the nation, we are seeing an anti-racist front emerge with the power to defeat Trump and inaugurate a Third Reconstruction.
The 'democracy' everyday people have won through struggle is now on the line.
Many of us are feeling low following recent primaries loses, but we must brace ourselves for the fight ahead, not give in to division, demoralization or distraction.
Over the next decade, we can build a mass left political party. In the near-term, we must focus on driving a stake through the heart of the Republican Party.
Progressives will only become a hegemonic force if they join a broad majoritarian coalition to defeat Trump and become a leading force in politics over the next two presidential cycles.
Sanders's criminal justice reform plan is stronger than Warren's, but both beat Biden's plan by a long shot—and still have room for growth.
James Haslam, executive director of Rights and Democracy (NH + VT), on the organization's recent endorsement of Bernie Sanders as "the movement candidate we need."