18 May | Writing in Jacobin, Peter Gowan argues that the government should buy a "controlling stake" in the fossil fuel companies. Does this offer a true solution for the economic and ecological (...)
27 March | The story of a Texas teenager who moves to Berlin looking for a socialist paradise – and discovers that socialism means fighting to break the power of the (...)
5 February | The Grenfell Tower fire in June 2017 was arguably one of the greatest tragedies to befall the British working class this century. Grenfell Tower momentarily stripped capitalism of its disguises, (...)
29 January | A recent Oxfam report declares that 42 people now have more wealth than the poorest 3.7 billion people on earth combined. This alarming statistic demonstrates the extent to which capitalism (...)
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9 January | "We are the 99 percent!" is a slogan that originated in the Occupy movement in 2011 and inspired people around the world. These four short words express our disgust at the inequality inherent in (...)
15 December 2017 | History has shown that the struggle for free time has always been a major site of battle between bosses and workers.
30 November 2017 | Donald Trump endorsed Roy Moore. What does this mean for the women’s movement?
13 November 2017 | In a talk at the "Socialism is the Solution" conference, Christine Marie discusses the way that capitalism oppresses women.
25 October 2017 | Left Voice spoke with Olúfémi Táíwò, who has recapped each chapter of Capital Volume 1 with biting humor on his appropriately-named blog, Why Everything Costs (...)
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11 October 2017 | In ‘How to Kill A City’ Peter Moskowitz examines the process of gentrification as it has transformed New Orleans, Detroit, San Francisco, and New York.
22 September 2017 | Imagine taking over the factory you are working at. Imagine working without bosses. Imagine full democracy at the workplace. This is the story of the workers at the MadyGraf printing plant in (...)
19 July 2017 | British economist Michael Roberts takes a look at the implications of Karl Marx's major work, 150 years after its first edition.
25 March 2017 | The hype with culture and ideas in sociological thought has taken attention away from economic forces.
Juan Cruz Ferre
24 September 2016 | Delving into the writings of Leo Panitch and Sam Gindin, this article is the first in a series of elaborations on modern-day imperialism and the possibilities for Marxist theoretical (...)