A New World Imagined: Working Class Organization after the Elections
The following talk was given at the Left Voice online event: "Fighting the Next Oppressor: Socialist Strategy Post Elections" on November 14. If you are interested in collaborating with Left Voice, sign up here.
Jimena VergaraNovember 17, 2020
No Good Choices: How The Two-Party System Fails Voters
Though the 2020 elections set a new record for voter turnout, more people still chose not to vote than supported either candidate. This shows yet again that the bipartisan political regime of the U.S. has nothing to offer to most of the working class and oppressed.
Luigi MorrisNovember 13, 2020
Mike Pompeo Joins the Sore Loser Charade
At a press conference on November 10, Mike Pompeo became the latest Republican to dispute Biden's electoral victory, claiming that the transition to “a second Trump administration” would go off without a hitch. What does this mean for Trump’s efforts to contest the election?
Tatiana CozzarelliNovember 10, 2020
The Social Composition of the Anti-Trump Vote
It took days of counting votes, but the 2020 election finally ended. Biden won because workers, ethnic minorities, young people and city dwellers voted against Trump. Economist Michael Roberts investigates the data. The following article was originally posted on Michael Roberts’ blog, “The Next Recession."
Michael RobertsNovember 10, 2020
Why Do So Many People Vote for Trump? A View from Berlin
In the face of more than 200,000 deaths, how could people vote for the candidate whose campaign promise is to do nothing?
Nathaniel FlakinNovember 9, 2020
North Carolina Elects Far-Right Hitler Enthusiast to Congress
North Carolina's latest addition to Congress, a 25-year-old Republican and Hitler enthusiast, shows that the far-Right is far from finished.
Sam CarlinerNovember 7, 2020