Socialist Workers Party says workers need our own party

Vol. 83/No. 40 - November 4, 2019
The Socialist Workers Party “begins with the ability of working people to fight,” said Malcolm Jarrett, speaking, SWP candidate for Pittsburgh City Council, at Oct. 15 candidates debate.

PITTSBURGH —“From the United Auto Workers union members on strike against General Motors, and the UAW Mack Truck workers, to the Asarco copper miners in Arizona, we see the beginnings of a new uptick in the struggles of working people,”…


SWP presents working-class candidates, road forward

Vol. 83/No. 31 - August 26, 2019

PITTSBURGH — “The 2020 presidential elections are well underway. Donald Trump is running for reelection and a couple dozen Democrats of various stripes are hammering each other to be the one to stand against him. Each one seeks to represent…


‘I’d like to see the miners fighting back everywhere’

Vol. 83/ No. 28 - August 5, 2019
Alyson Kennedy, SWP 2016 candidate for president, center, and Malcolm Jarrett, SWP candidate for Pittsburgh City Council, talk with Christy Cozby, a health care worker in Pittsburgh.

NEW HILL, W.Va. — Alyson Kennedy, Socialist Workers Party candidate for president in 2016 and a former coal miner, and other SWP campaigners joined Judy Gillespie on her porch here July 20, discussing the SWP’s program. Gillespie got into the…