brian bean analyzes the refusal of several socialist elected officials to oppose Israel’s settler colonialism and discusses implications for socialist strategy.
Emma Wilde Botta and Natalia Tylim argue that the October 2 Women’s March was a missed opportunity to build a socialist defense of abortion rights.
Kim Moody responds to Eric Blanc’s piece on the origins of the Labour Party and “the dirty break.”
Felipe Bascuñán responds to a debate on the Left about the relationship between oppression and class and why getting the answer right is essential to forging a united class struggle.
Joe Allen critically examines Chris Maisano’s recent piece, “US-China Tensions Are Escalating. What Does That Mean for the Left?” and is left with more questions than clarifying answers.
Hakan Yilmaz responds to debate in Democratic Socialists of America about the goal of an independent political party of the working class.
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.
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.
Emma Wilde Botta contends that the idea that socialism is winning misreads the moment.
Aaron Amaral interviews David Renton about the suspension of Jeremy Corbyn from the Labour Party, and the issue of anti-Semitism within the party that led to his suspension.
Charlie Post and Ashley Smith respond to Stephen R. Shalom’s criticisms of their article, “The lesser evil trap.”
Joe Allen responds to Eli R. on the role of socialist organization in the political life of a rank-and-file Teamster.
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