The word “socialism” no longer has a deeply negative connotation
Interview on building socialism in a capitalist country, her critical support for the Sanders campaign, and why she believes change will ultimately have to come from outside the Democratic party
At the time of the [August 1968] Soviet invasion [of Czechoslovakia], two months after the first workers’ councils were formed, there were perhaps fewer than two dozen of them, although these were concentrated in the largest enterprises and therefore represented a large number of employees. But the movement took off, and by January 1969 there Read more…
A referendum has exposed the contradictions and tensions at the heart of Bolivian politics after ten years of MAS leadership
No discussion of Cuba’s contested socialist past and present can disregard the monumental achievements of the revolution, especially in education and health
Even if socialism can’t be won through the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn’s success shows how valuable work within the party can be
Why does a person raised in a capitalist society become a socialist?
The Big Short provides the narrative for how Wall Street keeps that growth going, with little increase in real value, but lots of high salaries and high living that all count towards GDP.
Bernie’s message of political revolution will have been passed down to a new generation of young people, a plot of ground for us to build on as we strive for a better future
By the end of his life, Martin Luther King Jr was an avowed socialist