Comrades: Made, not born

Liberation Audio · Comrades: Made, Not Born All revolutionary politics are predicated on revolutionary optimism: the belief, rooted in experiences in the struggle,...

Dual power, base building, and serving the people in the U.S....

This article responds to recent distortions in the concept of dual power in the movement, providing historical, political, and strategical context to it.

Militant journalism: The role of journalism in class society and revolution

Frank González, of Prensa Latina, discusses the considerations journalism's role in revolution.

Why we’re running in the 2020 elections

The Party for Socialism and Liberation is running to offer a genuine socialist alternative, continue to popularize socialism as the only viable alternative to capitalism and its ills, and to build the movement for revolution in the United States.

From allies to comrades

Allyship is anchored in liberal politics. People committed to revolutionary politics need to be comrades.

More than words: Formulating slogans for the struggle

Slogans play a key role in all political activities, whether they be local demonstrations, pickets, strikes, or mass...

Vygotsky’s revolutionary educational psychology

The name Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934) is commonplace in the field of education. Ask any teacher or professor of education about...

La enfermedad infantil del “izquierdismo” en el comunismo y el movimiento...

Es imprescindible para los marxistas—y para cualquier persona de la izquierda—comprender firmemente las lecciones de “La enfermedad infantil del “izquierdismo” en el comunismo” de...

A handbook of tactics: Some historical context for studying “Left-wing” communism

It would be virtually impossible to over-state the impact of the Russian Revolution which began in February 1917. At the beginning of that year,...

“Left-wing” communism and the movement today

It's essential for Marxists--and anyone on the Left--to firmly grasp the lessons of Lenin's "Left-Wing" Communism and how those lessons relate to our the tasks...