US Perspectives 2006 - The Labor Movement

The pendulum of the class struggle, which has been swinging mercilessly against working people for the past twenty-five years, is starting to swing the other way, with the beginnings of a fight back by the working class. The period we have entered may well be far more similar to the turbulent 1930s than the relatively stable post-war period. It is important to keep this in mind when analyzing the processes developing within U.S. society.

US Perspectives 2006 - The U.S. Economy

Economic perspectives for the future are based on the economic performance of the past, and are therefore provisional at best. This document outlines our political perspectives for the next year based on developments since our last analysis.

Introduction to US Perspectives 2006

The background against which we must develop our perspectives for the U.S. is one of increasing instability on a world scale.  The capitalist system has entered a deep crisis which is causing convulsions at all levels: economically, politically, socially, and militarily.

US Perspectives 2002

This document, originally written in April/May of 2002 appeared in the special July 4 edition of Socialist Appeal of that same year.