by Socialist Forum Editorial Committee
by Alex Holmstrom-Smith
The proliferation of weapons in the US is a legacy of our country’s violent, settler-colonial history. The gun industry needs to be targeted and opposed as a capitalist death machine.
by David Duhalde
DSA Fund Chair David Duhalde speaks with the Left Anchor podcast about the issues and dilemmas facing democratic socialists today.
by Sam Lewis
Electoral & legislative campaigns are indispensable to building working-class organizations where people live and work.
by Marian Jones
There may be no ethical consumption under capitalism, but socialists still shouldn't try to rationalize antisocial products and behaviors.
by Emma Caterine
Socialist-feminists should focus on campaigns to win real benefits for working-class women, regardless of how those campaigns will be “perceived” by the media, NGOs, or Twitter.
by Jerry Harris
We need a strategic path that rejects both neoliberal globalization and authoritarian capitalism - and leads towards an ecosocialist future.
by Eric Powell
The socialist movement should return to the great poet for a remarkably prescient source of inspiration and vision.
by Hilary Wilson
A new book on the 1970s public interest movement raises an important question: What would it look like for state institutions to really be more democratic and serve the will of ordinary Americans?