History

The Hungarian Revolution of 1956

In 1956, the Hungarian masses of working people fought courageously, not for the implementation of capitalism, or a brutal rule by “socialist” or “communist” party bureaucrats, but for socialism built on their own genuine power as workers.

In Brief

No Jab, No Job?

Vaccination is an effective measure against disease, but we should not blame the unvaccinated for the government’s response to the pandemic.

In Brief

Climate Science Under Capitalism

Tackling the issue of climate change is the most urgent and pressing issue facing all of humanity around the world. Why shouldn’t all of our contributions be brought to the table, especially those on the frontlines who face the most immediate consequences?

In Brief

Biden’s COVID Vaccine Pledge: A Half Measure

On Wednesday President Biden announced new plans to help the global vaccination effort, saying now is not the time for “half-measures or middle-of-the-road ambitions. We need to go big and we need to do our part.” This is an ironic statement, considering the U.S.’s repeated lack of commitment to the measures that would be needed to end this global pandemic.  

Haiti Border refugees
In Brief

Racist Border Policies Show Viciousness of Capitalist World

The waves of migrants coming to the U.S. southern border is a sign that capitalism is not working for people. throughout the world. And Democratic and Republican politicians continue to carry out the same policies at the border. Both parties represent the same economic system, which benefits from racism deeply entrenched in American society and in our world, dividing working people by race and nationality while our real enemies are the bosses who exploit us all.