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The outcome of the 2018 midterm elections was a huge victory for the American people, our multi-racial working-class, and the electoral alliance of Democrats and energized grassroots movements that powered it.

The election victory was historic. Nothing short of the future of our republic and democracy was on the line.

Despite GOP gains in the U.S. Senate, their monopoly of government has been broken, and their legislative agenda is dead.  The political terrain has been significantly altered for the battles ahead, including the 2020 elections and congressional redistricting.

On the other hand, expectations have grown for passage of a progressive agenda in states where there is a Democratic governor, and Democratic majorities in...

The midterm elections results has few parallels in our history. The newly elected activist officials will help transform legislative bodies at every level and serve as an organic connection with the mass movements that helped elect them.

The post-Civil Rights and Voting Rights Acts era may be comparable—a time when thousands of African Americans were elected across the South, and later...

This week’s news about Amazon’s HQ2 is bringing swift response from DSAers, with NYCDSA organizing protests on Queens Boulevard and DC Metro reviving #NovaSaysNo. But both new hubs also create opportunity for organizing. Below,  LaborNotes founder Kim Moody describes how capital’s 21st-century structures are ripe for disruption.

In late 1936, members of the newly organized...

The Democrats won back the House of Representatives Tuesday. But that very night Nancy Pelosi signaled she’s ready to collaborate with Trump, who within 24 hours had a reporter kicked out of the White House and later released a doctored video about the incident.

No one will save us but ourselves.

Not the Supreme Court, even with Justice Ginsburg.

Not the Democratic Party, even...

The 2018 midterm election clearly marked a step forward. It was, in a word, huge. One-party extreme right-wing rule ended.  Trump and his alt-right (read fascist-minded) ilk have been set back.

The resistance, beginning with the women’s marches the day after the inauguration, scored its first national electoral victory.

The electoral mobilization by women, youth, trade unions...

How woke is the U.S. working class? The good news: A recent study suggests that millennials are more likely than previous generations to self-identify as working class. The bad news: In the 2016 presidential election, 41% of voters with a family income under $50,000 voted for Trump.

The working class can’t be blamed for Trump’s victory. But more than 4 in 10 voters with a family...

Yesterday democratic socialists fought and won inspiring election campaigns across the country, representing the rebirth of the American socialist movement after generations in retreat.Most significantly, DSA members Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in New York and Rashida Tlaib in Michigan were officially elected as members of Congress, and Summer Lee, Gabriel Acevero, Mike Sylvester and many other DSA...

Statement on La Caravana by the editorial team of PSL's Breaking the Chains magazine

The editorial team of "Breaking the Chains" magazine, a socialist women's magazine produced by the PSL issued a statement about the migrant caravan that is heading towards the U.S.

The statement pointed to the role the U.S. imperialism played in creating the adverse conditions that caused the...

At first, I wasn’t sure about the metaphor and was afraid that it would turn into a psychological theory that is sometimes used to further the “colorblind racism” that he exposes later in the article.  But my fears were unfounded: Lopez is pretty clear that structural or institutional racism is the more significant problem.

Race and Economic Jeopardy for All,  was...

The WFTU, which is the militant voice of 95 million workers in 130 countries all over the world, expresses its strong rejection before the decision of the American President, D. Trump, to authorize this Thursday the border security troops to shoot against the migrant’s caravan of Central America.

At the same time, the North American mandatory has announced the creation of a legal mechanism...

One of the most frequent questions we get involves our electoral strategy.  Why do we encourage our members to get involved in electoral work?  And why for Democrats?  Election Day is less than a week away, so here are our answers to some of the most common questions. 

Why do you support Democrats?

“Communists,” wrote Marx and Engels, “have no interests...

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