If people have “equal rights,” why are some rich and some poor, and some free while others are incarcerated? Let’s explore liberalism’s underlying logic and dependence on the carceral state.
Issue 1 of a new Partisan column documenting on-the-ground autonomous tenant struggles.
How organized labor can shift us away from dominant car culture and turn the tides of climate crisis at the point of production.
On the conditions, obstacles, and opportunities for socialist organizing in the rural areas of the US.
A real-time analysis of the organizing efforts taken on by graduate student workers at Columbia University, up through the fall strike and subsequent tentative agreement.
An analysis of the contemporary geographies of contradiction and struggle in the US.
A historical materialist analysis of Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction and its recent cinematic adaptation.
An examination of past electoral success to carve out a vision of socialist electoral strategy with the goals of not only winning elections but building a base through “field-first” tactics outside of the established political consultancy class.
Partisan co-editor-in-chief, Spencer A, talks to two of the contributors, Robert Ovetz and Shawn Hattingh, to the new book, Workers’ Inquiry and Global Class Struggle.
NYC-DSA healthcare organizer reflects on her experiences.
Reflections on Portland DSA’s resiliency work during a year of crises
With the continued assault on the Palestinian people, it is the duty of American socialists and communists to disrupt capital at home from the docks to the doorstep.