Cihan Tuğal offers a friendly critique of Spectre’s editorial statement on antifascist strategy in the wake of last week’s capitol riots.
Wednesday’s stunt signaled a new stage in the emergence of a fascist right in the country. We must adamantly reject all “law and order” approaches, instead taking matters into our own hands, driving fascists out of the streets and out of our workplaces.
Steve Wright interviews Andrew Anastasi on his long awaited collection of translated Mario Tronti essays.
Kim Moody responds to Kate Doyle Griffiths critical essay on the rank and file strategy, criticizing electoralist appropriations along the way.
Amanda Armstrong-Price reflects on the meaning of last night’s election returns in the US and what it means for the American left going forward.
Ongoing organizing in the face of COVID-19 reveals how class struggles in Toronto are inseparable from fights waged on feminist, anti-racist, and other fronts, all in the name of reclaiming life over profits.
Spectre’s Tithi Bhattacharya interviewed Meagan Day, Justin Charles, and Charlie Post about the left, electoral strategy, and class and social movements after the defeat of Bernie Sanders in the Democratic Primary. In the first part, each answers Bhattacharya’s questions and in the second part, they respond to one another.
How should we think about the rank and file strategy in light of recent developments, and how can it incorporate an analysis of social reproduction? Kate Doyle Griffiths reflects on what this means for socialist strategy today.
Gareth Dale reviews Andreas Malm’s forthcoming book on responses to the coronavirus and climate change. “Malm describes his project as Leninist—but which of the umpteen Lenins is his?”
Peter Ikeler demolishes Dustin Guastella’s recent article arguing that socialists should oppose the defunding of police. Against this reactionary nonsense, he advocates a properly socialist and abolitionist politics.