Even though less than one third of voters actually turned out for Bush last November, the Democratic Party has taken his victory as a sign that America in general is moving to the right. To match this perceived shift, leading Democrats are arguing that their party needs to attract conservative voters by shifting to the...

"More than 50 million [U.S.] workers don’t have a union but want one. Few workers are able to join unions and their strength is divided ... into separate unions instead of building their strength in numbers in particular industries, employers, or markets" (New Unity Partnership founding document).

Solidarity appeal forces authorities to drop ban against anti-Iraq war activists

Lynne Stewart was shocked when she was arrested. At first she thought her husband, a well known activist, was having some trouble with the police. "No," they said, "we want you."

"More than 50 million [U.S.] workers don’t have a union but want one. Few workers are able to join unions and their strength is divided … into separate unions instead of building their strength in numbers in particular industries, employers, or markets" (New Unity Partnership founding document).

Mass action needed to stop the Bush offensive

With millions of people paying much closer attention to politics during the election season, Socialist Alternative played a very active role in the Nader campaign.

The Nader campaign provoked an important debate on the corporate character of the Democratic Party and the need to break from it, but it also inspired a discussion about how best to organize this break. In this respect, Socialist Alternative has from the outset warned against a number of political mistakes Nader has...

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