The American Working Class and "The War on Terror"

It has been almost a year since the open ended "War on Terror" was launched by the American ruling class, and yet, just as we said then, it has solved none of the problems of terrorism. Indeed, it isn’t designed to be a cure for terror, but a shallow facade for the unrestrained and brutal tactics of U.S. Imperialism. Yet it is also unlike any we have seen previously. It is a one-sided act of aggression by the American imperialist war machine with no clear opponent or measure of victory.

The Struggle on the Docks - Will Bush Intervene?

As the conflict between the bosses (PMA) and the dockers (ILWU) continues, David May looks at the real interests of the US ruling class, and the prospects for a broad revival of the working class movement.

The Struggle on the Docks - Will Bush Intervene?

As the conflict between the bosses (PMA) and the dockers (ILWU) continues, David May looks at the real interests of the US ruling class, and the prospects for a broad revival of the working class movement.

US Mid-Term Election 2002: The factors that led to the Republican victory

As the results of the mid-term elections come in - an apparent sweeping victory for President Bush's Republican Party - many questions must be answered.  How and why did this happen?  What will it mean for working people and activists on the left? Does this mean Americans actually like George Bush and his policies?

US Mid-Term Election 2002: The factors that led to the Republican victory

As the results of the mid-term elections come in - an apparent sweeping victory for President Bush's Republican Party - many questions must be answered.  How and why did this happen?  What will it mean for working people and activists on the left? Does this mean Americans actually like George Bush and his policies?