The voice of the Ukrainian left
The voice of the Ukrainian left
Kali and his fellow members of Cooperation Jackson are creating a model for how the rest of us might be able to achieve peace on and with Earth.
A statement seeking to advance principles for a united left
Socialism in Yiddish: The Jewish Labor Bund in Sweden
by Hakkan Blomqvist
Translated by Blomqvist and Glasser
(Stockholm, Sodertons University, 2021)
The Jewish Labor Bund in Stockholm, Sweden, marching with the Swedish Social-Democrats on the First of May 1946
If one knows anything . . .
An excerpt from We the Elites: Why the US Constitution Serves the Few. Direct self-organization makes a constitutional system unnecessary while simultaneously dismantling the rule of property.
While I admire the political values of these two scholars, I don’t find either of these books satisfying because they like many other authors perpetuate the romantic view of Ricardo Flores Magón.
Ukraine has long been a victim of Russian imperialism, pre-capitalist, capitalist, Soviet, and then state-capitalist.
Russia’s socialist movement supports Ukraine’s just war of self-defense
A review of Michael Chessum’s inside account and analysis of Corbynism’s trajectories and defeat.
On Afary’s compelling case for socialist feminism as an urgent response to twenty-first century crises.
Wayne Price delineates and examines two complementary tendencies in libertarian socialist politics – a strategy of building alternate institutions and another based on revolutionary mass struggles.
John Marot defends the interpretation of Lenin’s April Theses as the pivotal turning point for the Bolsheviks, countering Lars Lih’s and Eric Blanc’s historical narrative.
A critical examination of Trotsky’s evolving views on revolutionary morality and democracy in revolutionary movements.
The history of the Lanka Sama Samaja Party in Sri Lanka and its leading role in establishing workers’ councils across the public sector in the 1970s.
Sudanese activist Muzan Alneel discusses four years of the Sudanese Revolution and the crucial role played by neighborhood Resistance Committees.
New Politics editors provide an analysis of the political situations today and discuss contents in this issue.
Michael Broz reviews Neil Faulkner’s book of Marxist analysis on the accelerating ecological and social crisis.
Staughton Lynd looks at Stan Weir’s strategy for labor and Dan La Botz looks at Lynd.
As we build collective power with coworkers, negotiate with management, and make demands of employers, workplace democracy is a way of talking about having a say. But what does that mean?
A critique of the DSA International Committee’s stance on Ukraine
Putin could end this war today if he wanted. So could you and your comrades in arms if you refuse to fight or simply begin to go home.
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