Spectre insists that the road to rebuilding the socialist left runs through grassroots mobilization: uprisings in defense of Black Lives; student walkouts and teachers’ strikes against lax Covid-19 protections; union drives at Starbucks; and feminist organizing for reproductive justice. Beyond the U.S., we have drawn inspiration from the farmers’ protests in India, the rebellion that won abortion rights in Argentina, the mass upheavals that defeated the right in Chile’s presidential elections, and the strikes against military rule in Sudan and Myanmar.

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