The Pan­de­mic Has Total­ly Under­mi­ned Any Argu­ment for Means-Tested Poli­cies

Un nue­vo imag­i­na­rio para Nue­stra Améri­ca

La destruc­ción ambi­en­tal sin lími­tes de Bol­so­na­ro

No, Soci­al Media Isn’t Destroying Civi­liza­tion

Ros­sa­na Ros­san­da (1924–2020)

Good Rid­dan­ce to the Ken­ne­dys

Trump Claims He’s Pro-Wor­ker. But His Labor Board Is Trying to Destroy Wor­ker Orga­nizing.

Jacobin’s Achie­ve­ment — And Our Mis­sion in the Deca­de to Come

We’re Cele­brat­ing Our 10th Anni­ver­s­ary. Help Us Sti­ck Aro­und for Many More.

Having Soci­a­list Elected Offi­ci­als Makes a Dif­fe­ren­ce for Wor­king-Class Peop­le

In Lenín Moreno’s Ecu­a­dor, Demo­cra­cy Is in Dan­ger

How 1968 Mar­ked a Shift for Ros­sa­na Rossanda’s Radi­cal Poli­ti­cs

Joe Biden Is Wrong. Belie­ving in Sci­en­ce Means Ban­ning Fra­ck­ing.

Here’s What Demo­crats Can Actu­al­ly Do To Stop Trump’s SCO­TUS Pick

What Exa­ct­ly Is the Libe­ral Posi­tion on the Supre­me Court?

44 Years Ago Today, Chile­an Soci­a­list Orlan­do Lete­li­er Was Assas­si­na­ted on US Soil

There’s No Such Thing as a Good Deb­tor

Capi­ta­lism Isn’t About Fre­edom. It’s About Sub­ju­ga­tion.

Ho Chi Minh’s Time in Rio de Janeiro Hel­ped Make Him a Revo­lu­tio­nary

Soci­a­lists Have Long Fought to Disem­power the Supre­me Court. That’s More Urgent Than Ever Now.

A Portrait of the Bre­ak­down of Hope and Mea­ning in Ame­ri­ca

Why Italy’s Poli­ti­cal Establis­h­ment Wants to Slash the Num­ber of MPs

¿A dón­de va Méxi­co?

Eve­ry Sing­le Per­son Has a Right to Hou­sing

How Abra­ham Lin­coln Fought the Supre­me Court

John W. Coo­ke y la «supe­ra­ción» del pero­nis­mo

We Need a Radi­cal­ly Dif­fe­rent Appro­ach to the Pan­de­mic and Our Eco­no­my as a Who­le

Chuck Schu­mer Needs to Fight Trump’s SCO­TUS Pick

How Demo­cra­tic Are Ame­ri­can Uni­ons?

Despi­te Eve­ryt­hing, We Shouldn’t Give up Hope That We Can Chan­ge This Coun­try

Entre la «eta­pa pre­cha­vis­ta» y la sobe­ranía popu­lar

A School Distri­ct Tri­ed to Sti­f­le COVID-19 Orga­nizing by Sus­pen­ding a Tea­cher. It Back­fi­red.

Israel’s Iron Wall Still Stands After Near­ly a Cen­tury

Un gol­pe con­tra el pue­blo

Why Won’t the US’s Lar­gest Labor Fede­ra­tion Talk About a Gene­ral Stri­ke?

How We Remem­ber Ste­ve Biko

Whe­re Is Joe Biden’s Gro­und Game?

The Uni­ted Sta­tes Needs a Natio­nal Mora­to­ri­um on Uti­li­ty Shu­tof­fs

Una gripezinha

Respira­tory The­ra­pists Are Some of the Uns­ung Her­o­es of the Pan­de­mic

Big Tech Can’t Save Jour­na­lism. Demo­cra­tic Soci­a­lism Can.

Jere­my Cor­byn: What I Lear­ned From Salva­dor Allende’s Chi­le

Over 5,000 Health Care Wor­kers Are on Stri­ke in Chi­ca­go

How Italy’s Colo­ni­al War in Ethio­pia Fores­ha­dowed the Bar­ba­rism of Wor­ld War II

Post Offi­ce Wor­kers Can Be Defen­ders of Key Public Goods

Scott Morrison’s Grud­ge Against China Is About Capi­ta­list Com­pe­ti­tion

The US Agri­cul­tu­re System Is a Disa­ster for Farmwor­kers and the Pla­net

Aut­ho­ri­ta­ri­a­nism Is on the Rise in Sri Lanka

Nur­sing Homes That Were Uni­o­nized Saw Fewer COVID-19 Deat­hs

How Mass Incar­ce­ra­tion Was Built in the Uni­ted Sta­tes — And How We Can Undo It

The “Scar­let Run­ners” Women Were at the Cen­ter of New Zealand’s Six-Month-Long Miners’ Stri­ke

The US “War on Ter­ror” Has Cre­a­ted at Least 37 Mil­li­on Refu­ge­es

In South Dako­ta, a Young Labor Lea­der Wants to Rebu­ild a Cul­tu­re of Soli­da­ri­ty

What Canada’s Soci­al Demo­crats Must Do

The Only Thing You Need to Read About the Ina­ne Cuties Con­tro­ver­sy

Joe Biden Is Seve­re­ly Hur­ting His Chan­ces of Beat­ing Donald Trump

This Ver­mont Guber­na­to­ri­al Nomi­nee Is Showing How Suc­ces­sful Third Par­ties Are Pos­sib­le

How Eastern Bloc Archi­tects Sha­ped Cities Across the Third Wor­ld

Donald Trump Has Added Tril­li­ons to the US Mili­tary Bud­get. Joe Biden Wants to Spend Even More.

Uber and Lyft Are Trying to Can­cel Pro-Wor­ker Acti­vism

Chris Coons Is Big Pharma’s Man in Was­hin­g­ton

Uber and Lyft Dri­vers’ Fight Against Inde­pen­dent Con­tra­ctor Sta­tus Isn’t Going Away

Donald Trump Has Decla­red War on the Cli­ma­te Move­ment

No, the Euro­pe­an Uni­on Shouldn’t Try to Beco­me a New Super­power

The New York City Left Could Get a Chan­ce to Defi­ne the Post-COVID City

The Wor­king Class Is the Vast Majo­ri­ty of Socie­ty

No More Excu­ses. It’s Time to Fight for a Left Pro­gram in Cana­da.

Save the USPS, Defend Demo­cra­cy

Wor­kers and Consu­mers Have For­ced Repu­bli­can Gover­nors to Man­da­te Masks

Demo­crats Aren’t Entit­led to the Lat­i­no Vote

“Wit­hout Us, the School Would Fall Apart”

Meet Erin O’Toole, Canada’s New Con­ser­va­ti­ve Ghoul

Why Libe­rals Should Uni­te With Soci­a­lists, Not the Right

Joe Biden’s Pro­mi­ses Were Meant to Be Bro­ken

The Pan­de­mic Is Making the Euro­pe­an Uni­on More Inte­gra­ted — And More Unequal

Uni­ver­si­ty of Michi­gan Gra­du­a­te Wor­kers Are on Stri­ke

It’s Eco­so­ci­a­lism or Bar­ba­rism

Chile’s Far Right Is Taking Up Arms

La revo­lución des­ar­ma­da

Pauli Mur­ray Was a Civil Rights Trail­bla­zer

The Revo­lu­tio­nary Life of Salva­dor Allende’s Daugh­ter Bea­triz Allen­de

The US Immi­gra­tion System Is an Exerci­se in Mass Cru­elty

Un pro­ceso de acu­mu­la­ción popu­lar lla­ma­do Allen­de

Abrir las gran­des ala­me­das

Over and Over and Over Again, History Has Vin­di­ca­ted Edward Snow­den

New York City’s Tea­chers Uni­on Doesn’t Remem­ber How to Stri­ke

Boli­vi­an Soci­a­list Presi­den­ti­al Can­di­da­te: Last November’s Coup Was About Plun­de­ring Bolivia’s Resour­ces

Bob Woodward Has Let Him­self Beco­me Trump’s Human Shield

The Wor­ld That Made Sta­lin — and the Wor­ld That Sta­lin Made

The Health Care Lob­by Is Trying To Buy Cor­pora­te Immu­ni­ty From Both Par­ties

How Local Civil Rights Pro­tests Pro­du­ced an Increa­se in War on Pover­ty Spen­ding

Bob Woodward Made Him­self Com­pli­cit in Trump’s Cor­o­navirus Cri­me Against Huma­ni­ty

Austra­li­an Uni­ons Can Win the Fight Against COVID-19 — And Against Neoli­be­ra­lism

Wor­kers at Minneapolis’s Sur­ly Brewing Com­pa­ny Say the Brewer Is Busting Their Uni­on

Modi Is Making Dis­sent in India a Cri­me

After 2020, There’s No Going Back to the Old Ame­ri­ca

Donald Trump’s Execu­ti­ve Orders Are Cove­ring Both His Left and Right Flanks

Wor­k­pla­ce “Anti-Racism Trai­nings” Aren’t Hel­ping

Kanye’s Dark Twi­sted Presi­den­ti­al Fan­ta­sy

Poli­ti­ci­ans Come to Sel­ma Eve­ry Year to Com­me­mora­te the Civil Rights Strug­g­le, But Not­hing Chan­ges

Donald Trump Is Under­mi­ning Soci­al Securi­ty – Will Demo­crats Stop Him?

The Labor Abu­ses of Ellen DeGe­ne­res

Uni­ver­si­ty Admi­ni­stra­tors Are Lob­bying for Pro­tection From COVID Lawsu­its

Cen­trists Are Pining for a Gol­den Age that Never Was

The Long-Term Dan­gers of Joe Biden’s Ter­rib­le Campaig­ning for Presi­dent

Here Is One Graph Eve­ry­o­ne Should See on Labor Day

Remem­be­ring My Fri­end, David Gra­e­ber

Just Today, $20 Print Subs Wor­ldwi­de

Under Capi­ta­lism, There’s No Such Thing as a “Fair Day’s Wage for a Fair Day’s Work”

Wor­kers at Melbourne’s Toll Ware­hou­se Uni­te Against COVID-19

Soci­a­lists Can Still Chan­ge the Wor­ld for the Bet­ter

“Jess La Bom­ba­le­ra” and the Pat­ho­lo­gies of Raci­al Aut­hen­ti­ci­ty

What Mar­tin Lut­her King Jr Real­ly Thought About Riots

Europe’s Cor­o­navirus Recove­ry Pro­gram Will Make It Even More Unequal

Melbourne’s Spot­less Laun­dry Wor­kers Went on Stri­ke to Stop COVID-19

A Jewish Good­bye to David Gra­e­ber

Joe Biden Won’t Learn Anyt­hing From Ed Markey’s Win

Oli­ver Cromwell Cox and the Capi­ta­list Sour­ces of Racism

The OAS Accu­s­a­tion of Electo­ral Fraud Against Evo Mora­les Is Bulls­hit — And Now We Have the Data to Prove It

Why We Should Care About Ame­ri­can Fede­ra­lism

Lod­ge 49 Is a Come­dy About Being Bro­ke and Des­pe­ra­te

The Needs of Stu­dents and Educa­tors Should Gui­de Our Use of New Clas­s­room Tech­no­lo­gies

Joe Biden Is Fal­ling into Donald Trump’s Law-And-Order Trap

Georgia’s Rea­ctio­nary Ruling Class Needs to Be Top­p­led

So You’re Still Being Publi­cly Sha­med

Salva­dor Allende’s Bri­ef Expe­ri­ment in Radi­cal Demo­cra­cy in Chi­le Began 50 Years Ago Today

Yes, “Soci­a­lism or Extin­ction” Is Exa­ct­ly the Choi­ce We Face

The Mill Was Good Soci­a­list TV. Let’s Make More.

The Soul of the Demo­cra­tic Par­ty Has Always Belon­ged to Capi­tal

Reject Impe­ri­al Femi­nism

The Ber­ke­ley Free Spe­ech Move­ment, 56 Years Later

Long Live the Post Offi­ce

How Trump’s Depart­ment of Justi­ce Just Gave Hol­lywood Mega­cor­pora­tions Unli­mi­ted Power

Spain’s First Com­mu­nist Mini­ster Sin­ce the 1930s: “The Right Can’t Accept a Par­ty Like Ours in Gover­n­ment”

Cor­pora­tions Like Ama­zon Hire Uni­on-Busting Labor Spies All the Time

Last Night’s Elections Remind Us Chan­ge Doesn’t Come Over­night

Ed Markey’s Victory Over Joe Ken­ne­dy III Was Far From Ine­vi­tab­le

Men’s Ten­nis Play­ers Are Weig­hing Uni­o­niza­tion. But It’s Easi­er Said Than Done.

For Play­ers, Col­le­ge Foot­ball Is Basi­cal­ly a Feu­dal System

The First Step on Vietnam’s Long Walk to Fre­edom

Euge­ne Debs Belie­ved in Soci­a­lism Becau­se He Belie­ved in Demo­cra­cy

New York Tea­chers Are Still Rea­dy to Stri­ke

“We Need To Be Mili­tant About Tel­ling Our Sto­ri­es”

Let Them Eat Real Esta­te

We Must Learn to Embra­ce Populism

Cali­for­nia Demo­crats Kill Gas and Oil Regu­la­tions After Campaign Dona­tions

Fin­land Is Ral­lying Aro­und a Six-Hour Wor­k­day — And So Should We

After the Bei­rut Explo­sion, Bewa­re the Hel­ping Hand of Fran­ce and the US

Chadwi­ck Bose­man (1976–2020)

Strip­pers Are Wor­kers With the Power to Uni­o­nize

The­re May Be No Choi­ce but to Natio­na­lize Oil and Gas — and Renewab­les, Too

Japan’s Shin­zō Abe Was an Unin­spi­ring Lea­der Who Pros­pe­red by Default

Wall Stre­et Doesn’t Like Ed Mar­key

How Under­gra­du­a­te Wor­kers Trans­for­med Their Uni­on to Fight the Neoli­be­ral Uni­ver­si­ty

Andrzej Wajda’s Hid­den History of the Polish Wor­king Class

Last Week’s Pro Athle­tes Stri­kes Could Beco­me Much Big­ger Than Sports

What’s the Dif­fe­ren­ce Betwe­en Kyle Rit­ten­hou­se and the Poli­ce?

The Cor­o­navirus Vac­ci­ne Must Be Free for Eve­ry­o­ne

Alex Mor­se: “I Would Be One of the Few Demo­crats That Stands Up To the Demo­cra­tic Par­ty”

In Bel­arus, Labor Is Strug­g­ling to Find Its Voi­ce

Red-Sca­re Rhe­to­ric Isn’t Gone From Histo­ri­es of Ame­ri­can Sport

The Government’s Pan­try Isn’t Bare — the People’s Pan­try Is Bare

Brin­ging H. P. Lovecraft to Jim Crow Ame­ri­ca

Repu­bli­cans Run Toward Their Base. Demo­crats Run Away From Theirs.

With Their Wildcat Stri­ke, NBA Play­ers Have Poin­ted the Way Forward

Gre­e­ce Is Drop­ping Migrants into the Sea — And Euro­pe Is Tur­ning a Blind Eye

Richard Neal Has Spent Deca­des Car­rying Water for Cor­pora­te Ame­ri­ca

From QAnon to Kyle Rit­ten­hou­se, the Right is Sinking Dee­per Into an Alter­na­te Rea­li­ty

Will New York Tea­chers Stri­ke for Safe Schools?

The Young Euge­ne V. Debs

Richard Neal Is Making Sure a Wall Stre­et Tax Bre­ak Sur­vi­ves to Keep Enri­ching His Donors

Cori Bush: “I’m Com­ing With the Who­le Acti­vist Com­mu­ni­ty, Not Just By Myself”

In Sports and Eve­rywhe­re Else, Col­lecti­ve Action Can Make Chan­ge

New Orle­ans Sani­ta­tion Wor­kers Are On Stri­ke for a Rai­se, Hazard Pay, and PPE

Joe Biden’s Stra­te­gy of Appe­a­ling to Repu­bli­cans Is Cour­ting Disa­ster

Cops Have Long Encou­ra­ged Armed Right-Wing Coun­ter­pro­testers Like the Tee­na­ge Shoo­ter in Kenosha

“To Keep Not Only Patients but Our­sel­ves Safe, We Have to Uni­o­nize”

If Joe Biden Wants to Win Big, He Should Pled­ge to Can­cel Stu­dent Debt

Sicily’s Right-Wing Presi­dent Is Using COVID-19 to Whip Up a Racist Fren­zy

Marek Edel­man and the Strug­g­le for Demo­cra­cy in Poland

The Milwaukee Bucks Just Went on Stri­ke. You Can, Too.

Soci­a­lize the Ani­mal Shel­ters

Richard Neal’s Campaign Is Deman­ding the Rem­oval of an Ad About His Cor­pora­te PAC Cash

Joe Ken­ne­dy III Is a Spoi­led Rich Kid Who Feels Entit­led to the Sena­te

In Ten­nes­see, Soci­a­lists Are “On the Cusp of Somet­hing Incre­di­bly Big”

Does Joe Ken­ne­dy Still Belie­ve Auste­ri­ty Is the “Right Blu­e­print Forward”?

The Radi­ca­lism of Woo­dy Gut­hrie

How Class-Conscious Women Gar­ment Wor­kers Sha­ped the Move­ment for Women’s Suf­fra­ge

How Poland’s Road To Soci­a­lism Was Blo­ck­ed

In North Caro­li­na and Aro­und the US, Neoli­be­ral Uni­ver­si­ties Are Sen­ding Stu­dents Into Hell

What Can Stop Cops In Cities Like Kenosha From Bruta­lizing Bla­ck Peop­le Like Jacob Bla­ke?

Last Night’s GOP Insa­ni­ty Proves How Much the Two Par­ties Need Each Other

How Capi­tal Stri­kes Yan­ked Bara­ck Obama’s Presi­den­cy to the Right

Trump’s Post Offi­ce Head Has Also Been Ser­ving on the Board of Two GOP Super PACs

After the Coup, Mali Needs a Chan­ge of Direction, Not Just a Chan­ge of Lea­ders­hip

Isaac Deut­scher and the Fate of Polish Com­mu­nism

Jess Sca­ra­ne Wants To “Cre­a­te a Gover­n­ment That Puts Peop­le Over Pro­fit”

José Car­los Mariátegui’s Indo-Ame­ri­can Soci­a­lism

After the Bei­rut Explo­sion, Disa­ster Capi­ta­lism Has Leba­non in Its Sights

Isra­el Is an Army With a Coun­try Atta­ched