A digest of the day's top articles at SocialistWorker.org

A new left for the future and for the here and now

Editorial | For the first time in decades, the left has a chance to become a force in the U.S. This weekend's Socialism conference is a place to discuss how.

What's the agenda behind Trumponomics?

Interview with Lee Sustar | A quarrelsome alliance of economic nationalists, China-fearing industrial bosses and some prominent bankers are forging a new U.S. economic strategy.

Join Socialist Worker along with more than 1,500 left-wing activists and authors in Chicago for Socialism 2017--a four-day conference to share lessons from history, learn about Marxist theory, discuss current struggles and debate questions for the left.

The right can't stand our vision of democracy

Interview with Paul Le Blanc | We publish the interview that a right-wing website tried--and failed--to distort in an attempt to smear socialists and socialism.

Monuments to white supremacy

Cindy Beringer | As Confederate monuments come down in several Southern cities, it's a good time to look at why they went up in the first place.

Gaza reels from electricity cuts

Noura Mansour | Israel's siege of Gaza has already created a dire humanitarian crisis, but now, Gaza only receives two hours of electricity per day.

Socialist Worker is marking the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution with a yearlong series of articles outlining the course and consequences of the revolution. The latest article: "Repression and resurgence."

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