Juan is a writer and editor for Left Voice and La Izquierda Diario. He is a political activist and medical doctor from Argentina and is currently pursuing a PhD in Sociology at the City University of New York.
7 April | uiz Inácio Lula da Silva, former Brazilian President, turned himself in on Saturday to begin a 12-year jail sentence in response to a corruption conviction from July (...)
Juan Cruz Ferre
2 April | Members of the DSA in Denver introduced an “anti-capitalist plank” into the local Democratic Party constitution. Is this really the way forward to build (...)
26 March | Could the global economy crumble under a protectionist escalation? If capital is more globalized than ever before, and governments are, in the end, at the service of capital, is there any chance (...)
11 January | The theory of the permanent revolution can serve as a guide for action for working-class politics, internationalism and strategy for socialism.
10 January | Recent pension cuts backed by Argentine President Mauricio Macri have elicited vigorous popular protest.
19 December 2017 | An attempt to reform the pension system in Argentina elicits vigorous popular rejection. After a brief spring following November elections, Mauricio Macri’s right wing government faces the deepest (...)
8 December 2017 | A worker and legislator representing the Left Front, Raúl Godoy, was hit by a rubber bullet during repression carried out by the police in the province of Neuquen and suffered a serious (...)
6 November 2017 | The AFL-CIO passed a resolution that formally endorses Medicare for All, while at the same time it staunchly defends employer-based health insurance.
13 October 2017 | We need free universal healthcare. A Single-Payer program is far from ideal, but it would represent a big gain and leave workers in the U.S. in a much better position to fight for (...)
Juan Cruz FerreShreya Mahajan
18 August 2017 | Foucault’s Discipline and Punish provides a valuable insight into the scientific arrangement of space and time in different settings.
5 August 2017 | A brief run-down on events at the DSA National Convention.
27 July 2017 | With a new attempt to kill the ACA in shambles, a close look at the social forces behind each of the health care programs is in order.
20 June 2017 | After intense negotiations, the forces in the Left and Workers’ Front reached an agreement to present a unified ticket throughout the country.
9 June 2017 | On June 3, 2017, a tragic accident took the lives of Ezequiel and Laura, members of the PTS Argentina. A third comrade, Federico, is fighting for his (...)
18 May 2017 | On April 29, police officer Roy Oliver shot and killed 15-year-old Jordan Edwards. Within 2 weeks, the cops who murdered of Alton Sterling and Terence Crutcher were (...)
14 May 2017 | Thousands of people have become politically active in the past year, galvanized by the Bernie Sanders campaign and now joining organizations on the left, such as the Democratic Socialists of (...)
7 April 2017 | In the face of Trump’s national chauvinism, we need to advance the most radical left-wing internationalism.
25 March 2017 | The hype with culture and ideas in sociological thought has taken attention away from economic forces.
25 February 2017 | In the global context of the advance of the right wing and proliferation of neoreformism, a new revolutionary left is growing in Argentina.
Juan Cruz FerreMarisela Trevin
20 February 2017 | Class struggle is, as it has always been, the main source of conflict in our society. A month into Trump’s presidency, we need to fight from a working-class (...)
4 February 2017 | If we want long term gains for the working class, we need to avoid the trap of the Democratic Party.
Juan Cruz FerreAriane Fischer
19 January 2017 | January 20, the day of Trump's inauguration will also be a day of mass protests against Trump and the racism and misogyny he represents. The following are seven reasons to take the streets on (...)
30 December 2016 | Donald Trump’s victory demands our vigilance and readiness to fight. The urgency for a united front of resistance and mobilizations to defend against rightwing attacks has become clearer than (...)
Juan Cruz FerreJulia Wallace
23 December 2016 | Aleppo is a tragedy. Over a quarter million people have died in the confrontation between the rebels and the forces of the Syrian government.