Both capitalist exploitation and workers' resistance look fundamentally similar all over the world. Within the West and outside of it, socialism speaks to those experiences.
It's tempting to argue that "human nature" doesn't exist, but that's wrong. All people want freedom from abuse and exploitation and the ability to lead decent lives.
Workers are the only agent that has a structural place within society that can bring the centers of power to their knees.
Wealth is socially created — redistribution just allows more people to enjoy the fruits of their labor.
It might seem that way, but genuine freedom and democracy aren't compatible with capitalism.
Socialism is not Eurocentric because the logic of capital is universal — and so is resistance against it.
Socialism is often conflated with authoritarianism. But historically, socialists have been among democracy's staunchest advocates.
Socialists think that the struggle against racism is central to undoing the ruling class's power.
Workers are at the heart of the capitalist system. And that's why they are at the center of socialist politics.
Ultimately the goals of a radical feminism and socialism are the same — justice and equality for all people.
Socialists want a world without private property. But you can keep your Kenny Loggins records.
No, socialism isn't just more government — it's about democratic ownership and control.
We’re making a booklet explaining the basics of socialist thought to a wide audience. But not without your help.
Socialism isn't about inducing bland mediocrity. It's about unleashing the creative potential of all.