SWP to launch drive for books, ‘Militant,’ funds

Vol. 83/No. 14 - April 8, 2019

The Socialist Workers Party is launching a seven-week campaign to broaden interest in the party’s program and activity among working people. It will be centered on expanding the readership of revolutionary books and the Militant, and will run from April…


Mueller report derails liberals’ witch hunt against Trump

Vol. 83/No. 14 - April 8, 2019

After nearly two-years “investigating” President Donald Trump — cheered on by a relentless “resistance” of Democratic liberals, NeverTrump Republicans and the entire middle-class left — special counsel and former FBI Director Robert Mueller submitted his final report. He was forced…


Crisis of capitalism today drives farmers off the land

Vol. 83/No. 14 - April 8, 2019

In the midst of the capitalist economic “recovery” in the U.S. many workers are still living paycheck to paycheck and more working farmers are being driven deeper into debt or off the land altogether. This is exacerbated by social catastrophes…



‘Times’ scribe urges liberals to declare war on rural America

Vol. 83/No. 14 - April 8, 2019

Leaders of the Democratic Party and the rapidly growing number of contenders for the party’s presidential nomination are caught in a dogfight over the best strategy for victory in 2020. Should they try to compete with President Donald Trump for…


UK rulers face crisis as toilers push for break from the EU

Vol. 83/No. 14 - April 8, 2019

LONDON — As the March 29 deadline for the U.K. to leave the European Union loomed without any agreement over how this division would be managed, the capitalist rulers here and those who control the EU in Berlin and Paris…



Boeing bosses sacrificed safety to defend profits, market share

Vol. 83/No. 14 - April 8, 2019

More information continues to come to light making it crystal clear that the crashes of two Boeing 737 Max 8 planes in Indonesia and Ethiopia were not accidents.  They were the direct result of cold-blooded decisions by Boeing bosses to…


Protests grow after cop who killed Antwon Rose gets off

Vol. 83/No. 14 - April 8, 2019
University, high school students walk out March 25, protest acquittal of East Pittsburgh cop Michael Rosfeld.

PITTSBURGH — Hundreds walked out of high schools and colleges or took time off work to join almost daily protests in Pittsburgh after a jury acquitted East Pittsburgh cop Michael Rosfeld in the June 19 killing of African-American teenager Antwon…