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By Andy Yorke On 14 September 2023, contract talks expired between the United Automobile Workers (UAW) and the traditional Big Three American car manufacturers (General Motors, Stellantis, and Ford Motor Company). Thirteen thousand workers from three major factories, one each from the Big Three, walked out – GM’s Wentzville Missouri assembly plant, the Ford Michigan […]
Jeremy Dewar reviews Claude McKay: The Making of a Black Bolshevik
On 2 December, Biden signed legislation that blocked railroad workers from launching a nationwide strike for better jobs and conditions.
The Red Wave failed to materialise, boosting Donald Trump's candidacy for 2024
International Secretariat, League for the Fifth International Finally, they have done it. On June 24, after fifty years of a limited constitutional right to abortion, American women were robbed of that right. Campaigning under the obscene slogan of ‘the right to life’ and anti-science claims that termination means killing babies, women have been deprived of […]
By Marcus Otono—Workers Power USA THE RECENT leak of a draft majority opinion from the Supreme Court of the United States repealing the Roe v Wade judgment that legalized abortion rights throughout the United States, has caused an explosion of anger and protests nationwide. The Court will deliver its final ruling in late June or […]
By Dave Stockton THE FIRST day of April witnessed an important victory for US workers. An official ballot for union recognition won a majority of workers (2,654 for, 2,131 against) at the huge JFK8 Amazon warehouse on Staten Island, New York City. The first Amazon facility where workers have won union recognition after dozens of […]
Racist judicial system frees right wing militiaman Kyle Rittenhouse, but murders Michael Reinoehl
By Chris Clough One hundred years ago, a five-day bloody battle raged in the US. A million rounds of ammunition were fired, and planes flew overhead dropping bombs and poison gas. This battle, the largest since the Civil War, is rarely mentioned in the history books and the centenary passed by without most politicians even […]
By Marcus Otono (Nashville, Tennessee) Texas has become the testing ground for a new approach to the nearly 50 year-long battle over abortion rights in the United States. A new law took effect on 1 September which prohibits terminations after the detection of a foetal heartbeat, around six weeks into a pregnancy. There are no […]
By Alex Rutherford The Aukus security pact between Australia, the UK and the US represents one of the most dramatic moves yet taken by the United States to counter the threat to its interests posed by its largest imperialist rival, China. It also represents a brutal snub to France and by extension to the European […]
Wright’s murder, and the sheer number of such killings over many years, proves the inherently racist character of the police force. Quite simply, they cannot be reformed.
Kids in cages are kids in cages, no matter which party puts them there.
Alabama denies vital healthcare to trans youth
Biden bombs Syria
Joe Biden declares "the USA is back". What does this mean for the world?
And analysis of President Biden's programme, and the working class response required
Despite the ignominious collapse of the putsch, its significance is two-fold.
Mike Pompeo gives the green light to Israeli settlements.
The Bolivian working class and indigenous peoples must ensure their electoral victory doesn't end in class collaboration.