Category Archives: Socialist Workers election campaigns

The Democrat and Republican parties are not classical model parties in the European tradition. They are better understood as institutions of the state.

If one sees the Democratic and Republican parties as de-facto institutions of the US state rather than as political parties, electoral strategy would be substantially different.
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“We represent the class that produces all of the wealth in the world and controls none of it:” Interview with James Harris

James Harris was the 2012 Socialist Workers Party candidate for the presidency of the United States.  He ran against Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Behind Mr. Harris gentle manners and slightly rumpled demeanor lies a lifelong commitment to the social … Continue reading

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