Jobs for All! (1945)
Art PreisApril 4, 2021
Leon Trotsky Lives on in Our American Struggle
Today marks 80 years since the murder of Leon Trotsky in Mexico, at the hand of an assassin sent by Joseph Stalin, as he sat at his desk reviewing an article his killer had written.
Scott CooperAugust 21, 2020
Canadian Trotskyism and the Legacy of James P. Cannon
photo James Patrick Cannon, SWP (Socialist Workers Party) local New York Revolutionary socialists in Canada and the United States began organizing a revolutionary workers’ party around the same time. This occurred in the wake of World War I. The new organizations adopted the name Communist Party, in solidarity with the leading force in the Russian […]
Barry WeislederJuly 27, 2018
Israel, Palestine, Anti-Semitism and the US Left
Once the flagship of US Trotskyism, the US Socialist Workers Party is reduced to a rubber life raft of derailed sectarianism. The SWP was for decades a proponent of the liberation of the Palestinian people, but in recent years has changed to a position that can only be called a tragic adaptation to Zionism.
John LeslieSeptember 13, 2016