Socialism & Labor

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  • A Coup in Bolivia, Yet Again
    by Thomas Field on November 18, 2019 at 5:20 pm

    Extracontinental power transitions are frequently called “revolutions” by their authors and “coups” by those who resist. For a large plurality of Bolivians, last week’s forced resignation of President Evo Morales fits the latter category. Morales was elected to his third term in 2014 by the highest percentage of votes — 63 percent — of any […]

  • Diane Ravitch on Pete Buttigieg’s Troubled Education Record
    by Diane Ravitch on November 18, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    There are many reasons why I would like to support Mayor Pete Buttigieg. He’s young, he’s well educated, he’s smart, he has an admirable record of service to his country, and he’s brimming with ideas. I find him very attractive on many levels. But on education, he is a stealth corporate reformer. I had an […]


  • Taking our final steps
    by International Socialist Organization on April 19, 2019 at 5:00 am

    From the ISO Members of the leadership team responsible for carrying out the decisions made by current and recently resigned ISO members in voting to dissolve the organization in late March report on the outcome of this process. IN LATE March, current and recently resigned members of the International Socialist Organization took the highly unusual step of voting to dissolve the organization. This decision was guided by […]

  • Open letter to some ex-leaders of the ISO
    by Tess Carter on April 11, 2019 at 5:00 am

    Tess Carter In light of the revelation of a sexual assault accusation that was grossly mishandled by once-leading members of the organization, Tess Carter reassesses her own experience as a survivor of abuse committed by an ex-ISO member. I AM a survivor of sexual and emotional abuse that I believe was facilitated by the culture you helped to create in the International Socialist Organization. It took all of about 30 […]