30 August 2020
50 years ago Salvador Allende was elected Chile’s president. A US-backed coup overthrew him three years later. But, writes Sophie Squire, there were deeper problems than the US and the military that helped turn hope into horror
19 July 2020
The Comintern met for the second time 100 years ago. Simon Basketter looks at how the debates there help us to understand and challenge the capitalist system today
07 July 2020
The Polish‑German revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg warned that capitalism gives us a choice between “socialism or barbarism”. We need to choose—and fight for—socialism.
14 June 2020
Is there a role for white people in the movement against racism? And what should it be?
05 April 2020
Our ‘betters’ have now realised that workers matter. So could workers run society without bosses?
31 March 2020
We’re encouraged to see ourselves as competing individuals. But capitalism enables collective action that undermines those ideas
21 March 2020
A society based on democratic planning could meet the needs of everyone and boost innovation. Socialist Worker looks at how ordinary people could reshape our world