New cases of COVID-19 reach a one-day high of nearly 308,000 worldwide

By Benjamin Mateus and Patrick Martin, 15 September 2020

The number of new cases of COVID-19 hit a new one-day high of nearly 308,000 worldwide, bringing the global total to almost 30 million cases and 930,000 deaths. The United States alone will reach 200,000 deaths by mid-week.

Israel becomes first country to impose second national COVID-19 lockdown

By Jean Shaoul, 15 September 2020

Israel now tops the world rankings in the number of new COVID-19 cases per capita.

University of Michigan president seeks court injunction to force graduate student instructors back to work

By Sam Wayne and Genevieve Leigh, 15 September 2020

The University of Michigan is responding with a new round of threats and intimidation to the overwhelming vote Sunday by graduate students to extend their strike.

University of Michigan graduate students vote to extend strike as opposition erupts at campuses throughout the US

“A general strike is a must to stop this back-to-work and back-to-school madness”
Autoworkers support University of Michigan strikers

Four thousand University of Illinois at Chicago staff join striking nurses

By Kristina Betinis and Marcus Day, 15 September 2020

The now nearly 5,000 university health and staff workers are locked in a battle against the Democratic state leadership and must expand their struggle for health and safety.

University of Illinois at Chicago workers go on strike against low wages and unsafe conditions

As Bloomberg pledges $100 million, Wall Street boosts Biden campaign

By Patrick Martin, 15 September 2020

Bloomberg’s announcement is only the largest pledge of support from the financial oligarchy for the Democratic campaign.

As Trump incites police, fascist attacks on social protests
Biden pledges to keep troops in the Middle East and maintain record military spending

Protests continue against Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov

By Markus Salzmann, 15 September 2020

For over two months, thousands of people have been marching in the streets of Bulgaria almost every day in opposition to Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.

Exposure of Trump’s lies on COVID-19 implicates Spain’s Podemos party

By Alejandro López, 15 September 2020

Though it had access to intelligence briefings on the deadly danger posed by the pandemic, Podemos adopted a criminally negligent policy.

Indian workers speak out against Modi, trade unions on COVID-19 pandemic

By Sasi Kumar and V. Gnana, 15 September 2020

WSWS reporters interviewed workers in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu on the situation facing Indian workers during the pandemic.

Dramatic spike in Philippines’ coronavirus death toll

By Owen Howell, 15 September 2020

The official death toll reached 4,371 on Saturday, but the record of incorrect figures suggests that the real total could be much higher.

White House announces Oracle Corporation as “trusted tech partner” of TikTok

By Kevin Reed, 15 September 2020

The announcement of a “technology partnership” between Oracle Corporation and TikTok is part of an attempt to whip up anti-Chinese sentiments in advance of the US elections.

US farmworkers labor under unsafe conditions as West Coast fires continue to rage

By Rafael Azul, 15 September 2020

Nearly 500,000 field workers have been severely affected by the ongoing wildfires as they continue to labor in California’s Central Valley and in the wine region, picking lettuce, strawberries, citrus, grapes, and other crops.

Millions in the US choke on hazardous air as West Coast fires continue to rage

Wildfires devastate US West Coast

Lancaster, Pennsylvania police assault protesters after killing mentally ill man

By Douglas Lyons, 15 September 2020

The killing of Ricardo Munoz, who suffered from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, sparked protests by hundreds of residents Sunday in the city of 80,000.

Los Angeles Sheriff threatens violence, reporter arrested after shooting of deputies

By John Andrews, 15 September 2020

After the shooting of two deputy sheriffs by an unknown gunman in Compton, California, Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva threatened anti-police violence protesters and deputies roughed up and arrested a local reporter.

The University of Iowa and Iowa State University students and staff unite to oppose in-person learning

By Andy Thompson, 15 September 2020

The demands of those involved in the protest are to end all in-person classes and have all learning be done online until the pandemic is under control.

Mounting opposition to school reopenings as 55 New York City teachers test positive for COVID-19

By Alberto Escalera, 15 September 2020

Public school educators in New York City have conducted protests and written petitions in the last several days to oppose the reckless reopening of schools by Democratic Mayor Bill de Blasio.

New York City educators launch safety committee to halt the reopening of schools

More on the back to school drive »

Dangers mount as Detroit implements a “hybrid” return to school

By the Detroit Educators Rank-and-File Safety Committee, 15 September 2020

The re-opening of schools in Detroit is threatening the lives of teachers, support staff, children and parents.

Washington, DC mayor calls for reopening of public schools amid pandemic

By Nick Barrickman, 15 September 2020

The announcement comes despite a late-July decision banning in-person teaching throughout the fall.

Hospital merger between Beaumont and Advocate-Aurora Health faces internal opposition

By Kevin Reed, 15 September 2020

The merger plans have been slowed down by opposition from Beaumont staff and a group of donors who are calling on the Board of Directors to fire the management team.

Management and NTEU prepare to cut jobs and conditions at Australia’s Newcastle University

By John Harris, 15 September 2020

In Newcastle, as around the country, the trade union is stepping up its collaboration with the employers to impose deep cost-cutting measures.

14 September 2020

Greece buys billions in French arms amid war tensions with Turkey

By Alex Lantier, 14 September 2020

“In the end, it is all about profit"
University of Illinois Hospital nurses strike over staff shortages, unsafe conditions

By Benjamin Mateus and George Gallanis, 14 September 2020

More than 15,000 attend University of Texas football game amidst coronavirus pandemic

By Chase Lawrence, 14 September 2020

Wildcat strike over COVID-19 at Lear auto parts plant in Indiana

By Marcus Day, 14 September 2020

Floods inundate Sudan amid escalating economic crisis

By Jean Shaoul, 14 September 2020

Australian government exploits family funeral to push for end to coronavirus border restrictions

By Patrick O’Connor, 14 September 2020

Australia: Unions silent as dozens of New South Wales schools are affected by COVID-19

By Martin Scott, 14 September 2020

Three postal workers test positive at UK Royal Mail’s Medway Mail Centre

By Paul Lee, 14 September 2020

UK firms announce hundreds of thousands of redundancies

By Barry Mason, 14 September 2020

In fascistic Independence Day speech, Brazil’s Bolsonaro condemns “strikes, social disorder”

By Miguel Andrade, 14 September 2020

Wisconsin Supreme Court blocks mailing out of absentee ballots pending ruling on Green Party ballot access

By Jacob Crosse, 14 September 2020

Tennessee law seeks to criminalize protests on public property

By Warren Duzak, 14 September 2020

COVID-19 outbreak at Virginia migrant detention center caused by repression of anti-police brutality protesters

By Joe Williams, 14 September 2020

Tens of thousands in southwest Louisiana remain without power two weeks after Hurricane Laura

By J. L’Heureau, 14 September 2020

Congressional investigation opened into deaths of 27 soldiers this year at Fort Hood, Texas

By Chase Lawrence, 14 September 2020

New in Chinese


作者: Joseph Scalice, 2020年9月14日

8月26日,Joseph Scalice博士在新加坡的南洋理工大学举行了这场讲座。这场讲座的内容是:菲律宾共产党(CPP)及跟随其政治路线的各路组织在2016年对菲律宾总统罗德里戈·杜特尔特的支持。

New in Portuguese

América Latina, no epicentro da pandemia de COVID-19, à beira da explosão social

Tomas Castanheira, 12 setembro 2020

A América Latina atingiu nesta semana o sinistro marco de 300.000 mortes por COVID-19 e 8 milhões de casos.

New in Russian

Показания очевидца: Смерть Майкла Рейноля, протестующего из Портленда, была преднамеренным убийством

Патрик Мартин, 12 сентября 2020 г.

Разыскиваемый за убийство фашистского линчевателя в Портленде Рейноль шел к своей машине, когда четверо полицейских без предупреждения открыли по нему огонь, изрешетив его пулями.

Эта неделя в истории
25 лет назад: International Workers Bulletin впервые доступен в интернете

12 сентября 2020 г.

11 сентября 1995 года газета International Workers Bulletin, американский предшественник Мирового Социалистического Веб Сайта, впервые стала полностью доступна в Интернете.

Эта неделя в истории
100 лет назад: Основана Коммунистическая партия Турции

12 сентября 2020 г.

10 сентября 1920 года в Баку, столице недавно созданного Советского Азербайджана, была основана Коммунистическая партия Турции в качестве турецкой секции Коммунистического Интернационала.

New in French

La conspiration autour du coronavirus: que savaient-ils et quand l'ont-ils su?

Andre Damon, 12 septembre 2020

Si Trump est le premier responsable américain à admettre avoir délibérément menti à la population américaine sur les dangers que représente la pandémie, il n’a pas agi seul.

Témoignage d’un témoin oculaire: le manifestant de Portland, Michael Reinoehl, a été exécuté par la police

Patrick Martin, 12 septembre 2020

Recherché pour le meurtre d’un justicier fasciste à Portland, Oregon, Reinoehl marchait vers sa voiture lorsque quatre policiers ont ouvert le feu sur lui sans prévenir, le criblant de balles.

La dernière année de Trotsky
Cinquième partie

David North, 12 septembre 2020

Une évaluation, à l'occasion du quatre-vingtième anniversaire de l'assassinat de Trotsky, des travaux du grand théoricien et stratège de la Révolution socialiste mondiale durant la dernière année de sa vie.

«Pratiquement tous les enfants, d'une manière ou d'une autre, seront infectés»
Le gouvernement espagnol exige la réouverture des écoles alors que les décès liés au COVID-19 augmentent

Alice Summers, 12 septembre 2020

Le gouvernement PSOE-Podemos met en oeuvre consciemment une politique dangereuse et criminelle qui aboutira à une explosion de cas et beaucoup de décès inutiles.

Assange ciblé pour ses opinions politiques dans une «menace terrifiante pour le Premier amendement», selon des témoins experts

Laura Tiernan et Thomas Scripps, 12 septembre 2020

Les révélations faites par WikiLeaks sur les victimes civiles en Irak et en Afghanistan avait joué «probablement le rôle le plus important» en catalysant l’opposition publique à ces deux guerres.

New in Spanish

La conspiración de coronavirus: ¿qué sabían y desde cuándo?

Andre Damon, 12 septiembre 2020

Mientras que Trump es el primer oficial estadounidense en admitir que le mintió deliberadamente a la población estadounidense sobre los peligros presentados por la pandemia, no actuó solo.

El último año de Trotsky
Sexta parte

David North, 12 septiembre 2020

Una valoración, con motivo del ochenta aniversario del asesinato de Trotsky, de la obra del gran teórico y estratega de la Revolución Socialista Mundial durante el último año de su vida.

Testimonio de testigo: la muerte del manifestante de Portland Michael Reinoehl fue un asesinato selectivo

Patrick Martin, 12 septiembre 2020

Buscado por el tiroteo de un vigilante fascista en Portland, Oregón, Reinoehl caminaba hacia su coche cuando cuatro policías abrieron fuego contra él sin avisar, acribillándolo a balazos.

Más de 10.500 niños de Florida salen positivo al COVID-19 tras reapertura escolar

Matthew McEgan, 12 septiembre 2020

Los casos de COVID-19 entre los niños de edad escolar en Florida han aumentado 34 por ciento desde que las escuelas reabrieron el 10 de agosto.

Fuerzas de seguridad colombianas masacran a 10 jóvenes que protestaban asesinato policial

Andrea Lobo, 12 septiembre 2020

La masacre en Bogotá refleja la disposición de la élite gobernante colombiana a recurrir a un gobierno autoritario para aplastar la oposición social en medio de una pandemia descontrolada.

Riqueza del CEO de Amazon Jeff Bezos sobrepasa los $200 mil millones

Tom Carter, 12 septiembre 2020

Según el Índice de milmillonarios de Bloomberg, las 500 personas más ricas del mundo han acumulado 809.000 millones de dólares adicionales en lo que va de año, aumentando su riqueza total en alrededor de un 14 por ciento.

Las perturbaciones humanas de las zonas silvestres aumentan la probabilidad de futuras pandemias

Philip Guelpa, 12 septiembre 2020

La deforestación y otras incursiones humanas en zonas silvestres disminuyen la biodiversidad y promueven el crecimiento de especies que son reservorios de posibles enfermedades zoonóticas.

New in German

Die Coronavirus-Verschwörung: Was wussten die US-Regierung, der Kongress und die Medien, und wann?

Andre Damon, 12. September 2020

Zwar gibt Trump zu, dass er die Öffentlichkeit gezielt belogen und seine kriminelle Politik unterdessen fast 200.000 Menschen das Leben gekostet hat. Es ist jedoch klar, dass er nicht allein gehandelt hat.

Linkspartei auf Regierungs- und Kriegskurs

Johannes Stern, 12. September 2020

Nachdem sich der Fraktionsvorsitzende Dietmar Bartsch im August offen hinter die Nato und die Auslandseinsätze der Bundeswehr gestellt hat, legt nun auch der außenpolitische Sprecher und Gründervater der Linkspartei Gregor Gysi nach.

Neue Enthüllungen über rechtsextreme Terrornetzwerke in der Polizei

Gregor Link, 12. September 2020

Nicht nur die hessische Polizei ist in die Erstellung von „NSU 2.0“-Drohschreiben verstrickt. Kürzlich wurden vier Polizeibeamte aus Hamburg und Berlin als Verdächtige vernommen.

„Praktisch alle Kinder werden sich in irgendeiner Form infizieren“
Spanische Regierung fordert Schulöffnung trotz steigender Covid-19-Todesfälle

Alice Summers, 12. September 2020

Die Regierung aus PSOE und Podemos setzt eine Politik durch, die zu einer Explosion der Fallzahlen und unzähligen, vermeidbaren Todesopfern führen wird.

New in Turkish

Küresel koronavirüs ölüm tahminleri, sürü bağışıklığı politikasının fütursuzca uygulandığını gösteriyor

Benjamin Mateus, 10 Eylül 2020

Günlük ölümlerin 1 Ekim’den sonra tırmanmaya başlaması ve 1 Kasım’dan sonra sert biçimde yükselmesi bekleniyor.

100 yıl önce: Türkiye Komünist Partisi kuruldu

10 Eylül 2020

Türkiye Komünist Partisi (TKP), 10 Eylül 1920’de, kısa süre önce kurulan Sovyet Azerbaycan’ın başkenti Bakü’de, Komünist Enternasyonal’in Türkiye şubesi olarak kuruldu.

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Working-class resistance mounts to back-to-work campaign

15 September 2020

On Monday, nearly 4,000 service workers at the University of Illinois walked out, joining strikes by 800 nurses at a UI hospital in Chicago and nearly 2,000 grad student instructors at the University of Michigan.

Earlier Perspectives »

Featured Commentary

Bernie Sanders offers left gloss to Biden’s right-wing campaign

By Jacob Crosse and Barry Grey, 15 September 2020

With polls tightening, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders urged the Biden campaign to do a better job of selling its right-wing program to workers and youth.

The California wildfires, climate change and capitalism

By Bryan Dyne, 14 September 2020

Trump, Roger Stone call for violence and repression after Election Day

By Patrick Martin, 14 September 2020

The coronavirus conspiracy: What did they know, and when did they know it?

By Andre Damon, 11 September 2020

The plot against America and the world: How the US government and the media suppressed the truth about the COVID-19 pandemic

By Bryan Dyne and Andre Damon, 10 September 2020

German Left Party preparing to enter government and support war

By Johannes Stern, 14 September 2020

No to a Greek-Turkish war in the eastern Mediterranean!

International Committee of the Fourth International, 12 September 2020

The Persecution of Julian Assange

Assange would not have fair US trial, witness tells Old Bailey

By Thomas Scripps, 15 September 2020

A damning picture was painted of the degrading treatment which would characterise Assange’s detention in the US and of the impossible restrictions which would be placed on his legal defence.

Australian government, Labor opposition silent on sadistic British show-trial of Julian Assange

By Oscar Grenfell, 14 September 2020

US attempting to block Spanish investigation into CIA spying on Assange

By Oscar Grenfell, 12 September 2020

More on the campaign to defend Julian Assange »

80 Years Since the Assassination of Leon Trotsky

Trotsky’s Last Year
Part six

By David North, 8 September 2020

An appraisal, on the occasion of the eightieth anniversary of Trotsky’s assassination, of the work of the great theoretician and strategist of World Socialist Revolution during the final year of his life.

Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four | Part Five


WSWS publishes Chinese translation of Dr. Joseph Scalice’s lecture exposing the betrayals of the Communist Party of the Philippines

By Tom Peters, 15 September 2020

Dr. Scalice’s exposure of Maoism, from the standpoint of genuine socialism, will help readers understand why so many revolutionary opportunities in Asia throughout the twentieth century resulted in defeats for the working class.

More statements defending Dr. Joseph Scalice against Stalinist attacks

By our reporters, 15 September 2020

“The clarification of the role of the CPP will be a valuable contribution to the struggle against Stalinism and Maoism throughout Southeast Asia.”

Dr. Joseph Scalice responds to Jose Maria Sison’s Stalinist lies and slanders

CPP founder Sison regurgitates Stalinist lies about Trotskyism

By Peter Symonds, 12 September 2020

Watch: Lecture exposes role of Communist Party of the Philippines in propping up Duterte regime

World Socialist Web Site interviews historian Dr. Joseph Scalice

As pandemic death toll approaches 200,000, American oligarchs celebrate their wealth

By Niles Niemuth, 12 September 2020

NYU’s Center for Social Media & Politics: A think tank for a frightened ruling class

By Elliott Murtagh, 12 September 2020

Two decades of US “war on terror” responsible for displacing at least 37 million people and killing up to 12 million

By Jacob Crosse, 9 September 2020

Once more: What has happened to the #MeToo witch-hunt?

By David Walsh, 8 September 2020

Oppose the unsafe reopening of New York University!

By the International Youth and Students for Social Equality at NYU, 8 September 2020

Student paper defends plan for segregated living spaces at New York University

The unanswered questions in the latest Russian “meddling” allegations

By Andre Damon, 7 September 2020

End the blacklist of the World Socialist Web Site on Reddit!

The New York Times slanders left-wing opposition to Biden as “Russian propaganda”

The Movement for a People’s Party: No program, no principles, no future

By Jacob Crosse and Joseph Kishore, 7 September 2020

The global campaign to reopen schools and the international strategy of the working class

By Evan Blake, 4 September 2020

For a general strike against the reopening of schools!

Attend the UK online education forum Saturday September 5, 2pm
Form independent rank-and-file safety committees of teachers, educators, parents and students! For a general strike against the reopening of schools!

SEP (US) Congress resolution
The global pandemic, the class struggle, and the tasks of the Socialist Equality Party

1 August 2020

Socialist Equality Party (Australia)

Attend SEP (Australia) online forum: The COVID-19 pandemic, the crisis of capitalism and the way forward for health workers

15 September 2020

The safety and well being of health workers must be taken out of the hands of governments and unions who have no interest in this task.


The precedents for disease eradication through international cooperation
Part one

By Frank Gaglioti, 15 September 2020

An examination of the historical record demonstrates that infectious diseases like COVID-19 can be eliminated.

Smoking in the age of COVID: Some immunological considerations

By Henry Hakamaki, 12 September 2020

Human disturbances of wild areas increase the likelihood of future pandemics

By Philip Guelpa, 10 September 2020

Arts Review

Beyoncé’s Black is King: A self-absorbed ode to “blackness”

By Nick Barrickman, 14 September 2020

The US singer-songwriter’s musical film and visual album seeks to focus its lens on the African continent and its diaspora, with decidedly limited effects.

Australia’s brutal immigration policy in Stateless: “What is my crime?”

By Joanne Laurier, 12 September 2020

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences plan for racial and gender criteria: A right-wing attack on artistic freedom

By David Walsh, 11 September 2020

Film version of Jack London’s Martin Eden: An artist who loses touch with everyday life

By David Walsh, 11 September 2020

Two novellas on the #MeToo issue: Mary Gaitskill’s This is Pleasure and James Lasdun’s Afternoon of a Faun

By Sandy English, 9 September 2020

Workers Struggles

Albany, New York nurses set to strike; walkout continues at Cerrejón mining complex in Colombia
Workers Struggles: The Americas

15 September 2020

Some 2,500 nurses at Albany Med are set to strike over contract issues while workers at Colombia’s Cerrejón mining complex in the La Guajira department are in the third week of a strike against threatened layoffs.

The US Election

The Civil War Election

Statement of the Socialist Equality Party (US) Political Committee, 9 September 2020

University of Michigan graduate students take a stand for life against profit

By Joseph Kishore - Socialist Equality Party candidate for US president, 11 September 2020

Supreme Court refuses to hear SEP challenge to Michigan ballot access denial

By Kevin Reed, 9 September 2020

The politics of oligarchy: Federal appeals court blocks SEP challenge to anti-democratic ballot access laws in California

By Joseph Kishore—Socialist Equality Party candidate for US President, 8 August 2020

Oppose Trump’s mass arrest of 2,000 immigrants!

By Norissa Santa Cruz—SEP candidate for US vice president, 4 September 2020

The socialist answer to the paltry $600 million Flint settlement

By Joseph Kishore—SEP Presidential Candidate, 24 August 2020

Socialist Equality Party

Stop the dangerous “routine operation” of schools in Germany! Prepare a nationwide general strike!
Set up independent action committees for the safety of teachers, pupils and parents!

By the Action Committees for Safe Education, 14 September 2020

The completely unsafe routine operation of schools threatens the health and lives of millions of educators, parents, children, young people and their families.

“It’s not safe for my kids but they are forcing me to send them to school”
UK Educators Rank-and-File Committee holds initial meeting

By our reporter, 9 September 2020

Socialist Equality Group in Turkey condemns attack against TİP deputy after threats from interior minister

By Sosyalist Eşitlik, 3 September 2020

25 years ago: Clinton, Congress “end welfare as we know it”

On September 19, 1995, the United States Senate voted 87-12 to terminate the federal assistance program, Aid to Families with Dependent Children, and to slash $70 billion from Food Stamps and other welfare programs.

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50 years ago: 344,000 General Motors workers go on strike

On September 15, 1970 about 344,000 General Motors auto workers went on strike after the previous contract expired.

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75 years ago: Allied powers hold first trial of Nazi war criminals

On September 17, 1945, the Allied powers, in the wake of their victory over Germany and Japan in World War II, began the first of several trials that would reveal some of the war crimes and atrocities carried out over the preceding years.

More »

100 years: Bomb kills 36 on Wall Street

On September 16, 1920, a powerful bomb exploded at noon outside the headquarters of the leading American banker, J.P. Morgan.

More »

International Youth and Students for Social Equality

Youth and students: Oppose the deadly reopening of schools! Take a stand on the side of the teachers and the working class!

By the International Youth and Students for Social Equality (US), 3 September 2020

“How war and dictatorship are prepared at universities”
Well-attended online meeting concludes IYSSE election campaign at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

By our reporters, 4 August 2020


The lessons of the 1953 mass uprising (hartal) in Sri Lanka

By Saman Gunadasa, 2 September 2020

The 2020 US election

Trump incites vigilante violence against peaceful protests in Wisconsin

By Joseph Kishore—SEP candidate for US President, 31 August 2020

In the face of increasing government, fascist attacks
Protests against police violence continue across the US

DSA member in Spokane, Washington detained by unidentified officers before police violence protest

Social crisis, class struggle and the 2020 election

By Andre Damon, 29 August 2020

Socialist Equality Party (Sri Lanka)

Sri Lankan SEP thanks those who supported its defence campaign

By the Socialist Equality Party (Sri Lanka), 1 September 2020

Sri Lankan SEP to hold online lecture on how to fight Rajapakse’s dictatorial moves

After the Sri Lankan election, president moves towards dictatorial rule

Socialist Equality Party (Australia)

The coronavirus pandemic, the crisis of capitalism and the tasks of the SEP

By the Socialist Equality Party (Australia), 26 August 2020

Build the International Youth and Students for Social Equality!

Free Julian Assange! Defend Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden!

SEP (Australia) holds successful fifth national congress

Book Review

The Kill Chain: A new era of world war

By Shuvu Batta, 29 August 2020


Bernard Bailyn, historian of American colonial and revolutionary periods, 1922–2020

By Tom Mackaman, 13 August 2020

Socialist Equality Party (US)

Now available
The Fourth International and the Perspective of World Socialist Revolution: 1986–1995

12 August 2020

The paperback edition of this critical book on the history of the Fourth International is now available.

Internet Censorship

Open Letter from WSWS Chairman David North to Alphabet Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai

31 July 2020

An open letter to Google: Stop the censorship of the Internet! Stop the political blacklisting of the World Socialist Web Site!

25 August 2017

Google suppressing World Socialist Web Site content in its search results for the New York Times’ 1619 Project