Texas-based socialist Snehal Shingavi dissects the most common explanations for the Great Texas Freeze of 2021 and finds they fail to address the systemic causes which are not at all unique to Texas.
A number of Boston socialists reflect on one of the most important confrontations with the far-right in the U.S. during the Trump years as a model of organizing and mass challenge to the racists and their enablers.
Ashley Smith analyses Biden’s immigration proposals and executive orders, and finds small steps forwards lost to the rapid return to a reactionary status quo ante.
Sumona Gupta provides an important introduction to the background behind the current efforts to unionize Amazon workers in Alabama.
Camila Valle interviews puzzle constructor Natan Last about the sometime hidden, sometimes open politics of crosswords.
Transcript of a public discussion hosted by the Tempest Collective on January 24.
A Tempest Collective statement advocating for an effort to transform DSA into a more democratic and political organization.
Sam Salour summarizes an important new book that maps the recent uprisings in North Africa and West Asia.
Joe Allen calls attention to the ongoing restructuring at UPS, evidenced by the recent sale of UPS Freight, and why this sale and the recent history of UPS restructuring should be red flags for rank and file Teamsters and the union as a whole.
Haley Pessin looks at the advances and setbacks of the defund movement and how the Left fits into these efforts
Nate Moore looks at the pitfalls of the “dirty break” strategy and argues that socialist electoral campaigns should not be run on the Democratic Party ballot line.
Sam Salour highlights the need for open strategic discussion within DSA for the organization to meaningfully relate to political moments that can further the socialist movement.
An interview with Nagesh Rao about the ongoing farmers’ protests, the state of Indian politics, the meaning of Modi, and the growing role of the Indian diaspora on U.S. politics.