Juan Cruz Ferre

@WorkerTF

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.

MIDDLE EAST

Bombing Them to Save Them: The Imperialist Logic of War

April 07, 2017 | In the face of Trump’s national chauvinism, we need to advance the most radical left-wing internationalism.

Juan Cruz Ferre

IDEAS & DEBATES

Weber’s Protestant Ethic: a Marxist Critique

March 25, 2017 | The hype with culture and ideas in sociological thought has taken attention away from economic forces.

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ARGENTINA

The Rise of the Revolutionary Left in Argentina

February 25, 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 Ferre
Marisela Trevin

UNITED STATES

Workers Against Trump

February 20, 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 perspective.

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UNITED STATES

Fight Trump, Keep Dems at Bay: The Case Against a Popular Front

February 04, 2017 | If we want long term gains for the working class, we need to avoid the trap of the Democratic Party.

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Ariane Fischer

UNITED STATES

7 Reasons To Mobilize On Inauguration Weekend

January 19, 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 (...)

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UNITED STATES

Bring BLM Back to the Streets: A Critique of the M4BL Platform

December 30, 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 (...)

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Julia Wallace

MIDDLE EAST

The Carnage of Aleppo

December 23, 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.

Juan Cruz Ferre

UNITED STATES

Trump, Racism and the Working Class

December 16, 2016 | Racism among workers cannot be condoned or concealed. Working class unity begins by embracing the demands of the most oppressed.

Juan Cruz Ferre

UNITED STATES

Goldman Sachs’ Latest Investment: The White House

December 10, 2016 | After a long campaign against Wall Street and the establishment, Donald Trump has managed to fill his cabinet with Wall Street speculators.

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DEATH OF FIDEL CASTRO

In Defense of the Cuban Revolution

November 26, 2016 | After Fidel Castro’s death, the mainstream media and bourgeois politicians have been quick to bash Castro and the Cuban regime. Cuban gusanos living in Miami were seen celebrating his death last (...)

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UNITED STATES

US Elections Are a Sham

November 16, 2016 | There’s been a flood of explanations for Trump’s victory. Interpretations aside, his triumph is a measure of how undemocratic the electoral system is.

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Tre Kwon

US ELECTIONS

Hillary on Thin Ice

November 04, 2016 | The FBI’s reopened investigation and the Podesta emails introduce unstable ground for Hillary Clinton just days before the elections.

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IDEAS & DEBATES

United Front and the Fight Against the Union Bureaucracy

September 19, 2016 | The workers’ united front does not mean peaceful coexistence with the union bureaucracy.

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UNITED STATES - PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

Let’s Get over Sanders and Back into the Streets

July 18, 2016 | Last week, Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton, leaving many of his supporters disappointed. But there is still a way forward: join the protests, organize, fight.

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EUROPE

Podemos Sinks Despite Crisis of Spanish Establishment

June 29, 2016 | After six months of frustrated negotiations, new elections failed to solve the political stalemate. The ‘Unidos Podemos’ coalition fared worse than expected.

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LEFT VOICE

One Year Anniversary of Left Voice

June 25, 2016 | Roughly a year ago, we launched Left Voice online the aim of sharing the struggles of workers and the oppressed and to weigh in on central debates within the left.

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US ELECTIONS

Sanders’ Traps

June 09, 2016 | Despite his recent defeat in California, Bernie Sanders pledges to fight until the end for the nomination. His struggle to “democratize” the Democratic Party and his quest for economic and social (...)

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UNITED STATES/POLICE BRUTALITY

A Year After the Baltimore Uprising

May 19, 2016 | During the last five years, a barrage of police killings and racist hate crimes—many caught on tape—spurred protests that claimed the slogan Black Lives Matter and crescendoed over the course of (...)

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Julia Wallace
Tre Kwon

United States

Could Bernie Sanders win?

January 28, 2016 | The Democratic establishment is freaking out over the idea that an ultra-liberal outsider could win the primaries–no less than the Republicans are freaked out with Trump and Cruz’s lead in polls.

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UNITED STATES

Obama’s Final SOTU: Silence Speaks Louder Than Words

January 13, 2016 | Obama delivered his eighth and last State of the Union address on Tuesday night, full of demagogy and praise of “American values” and his own administration’s achievements.

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EUROPE

Spain: trying to break the Electoral Gridlock

January 11, 2016 | The results of the general elections have opened a political crisis in Spain. Now that a coalition between the PSOE and PP is off the table, at least 3 parties would have to collude to be able to (...)

Juan Cruz Ferre

COP21

Winners and Losers of the Paris Agreement

December 16, 2015 | The Paris Agreement is the first of its kind in history; that much is true. But the real gains in terms of Climate Change prevention are negligible. Here’s why.

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United States

The War at Home

November 28, 2015 | Amid war mongering and escalating racist rhetoric, the murder of two black youths spur protests in Minneapolis and Chicago. The fight against the war abroad is intrinsically linked to the (...)

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