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Reforms don't lead to socialism


Can reform be the route to radical change?

Re: Democratic Socialists of America


US hypocrisy in North Korea

The back story behind the latest round of saber-rattling and fear-mongering.

From the Archives

Get profits out of the energy industry

A statement from the write-in presidential candidate Stephen Durham during the Hurricane Sandy crisis of 2012.

Housing is a right


Capital in the 21st century

Why Marx’s Capital speaks even more to our time than his.

Housing is a right


The gaping hole in Kshama Sawant’s ‘radical’ agenda

A critique from City Living Seattle of what the housing positions of socialist Seattle city councilmember Kshama Sawant don't do for poor people and people of color.

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Cops’ lawsuit against Sawant is a scare tactic

And here's a rebuke to the Seattle daily paper, which essentially supported a SLAPP harassment lawsuit by two cops against Sawant.



Greeks betrayed by Syriza reformists

The imperialist debt trap imposed on Greece; and the Radical Left that turned out not to be radical.

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Welcome! The U.S. Freedom Socialist Party is a revolutionary, socialist feminist organization, dedicated to the replacement of capitalist rule by a genuine workers' democracy that will guarantee full economic, social, political and legal equality to all who are exploited, oppressed and repelled by the profit system and its offshoot—imperialism.

We are unionists, antiwar activists, free speech advocates, environmentalists, LGBTQ freedom fighters and rebellious people of color and youth. There are branches of the party in San Francisco, New York City, Seattle, Los Angeles and Portland and a sympathizing section in Australia. Our sister organization Radical Women is the leftwing of the feminist movement and the feminist wing of the socialist movement.

Learn more about the party by subscribing to the bimonthly Freedom Socialist newspaper. It carries analysis, commentary, humor, and cartoons on the worldwide struggle for human emancipation. Or order books and pamphlets by socialist feminist theorists and revolutionary poets from Red Letter Press, the party's publishing house.