Socialist Majority is a group of DSA members united by the belief that our most urgent task is to build a socialist majority by organizing and campaigning for immediate demands. We share a vision of DSA as a national organization governed democratically and openly from the bottom up that fights for concrete gains for the… Continue reading Why we formed a caucus
Join the Socialist Majority caucus 1) Our urgent task is to build a socialist majority. To build a socialist majority, we need to engage working people in effective campaigns around immediate demands. We need to organize in a way that recognizes and combats white supremacy, patriarchy, and all other systems of oppression as well as… Continue reading Sign on to our shared principles!
Welcome to the Blog of the Socialist Majority caucus of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA). We want to grow a mass socialist movement capable of taking on the capitalist class. Learning from the experiences and perspectives of our comrades is a key part of that mission. That is why we encourage you to submit… Continue reading Write for us!
Detroit — a city that has long borne the brunt of neoliberal trade and economic policies, the auto industry’s greed and incompetence, and state-sanctioned environmental racism of all sorts — is now poised to lead the nation in the growing push for a Green New Deal. This much was made clear last Friday, when newly-minted Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib joined hundreds… Continue reading Rashida Tlaib, a rep for the many
By Emma Caterine I want to confront a common argument worth rebutting in detail: that whether DSA endorses Bernie Sanders is unimportant, and that a more pressing priority is making DSA’s inner politics more democratic. I will start by criticizing the assumptions that underpin the argument, then suggest that this is actually a technocratic gloss… Continue reading The Bernie Advantage
By Luke Elliott-Negri There’s an old joke that goes, “Marxists have predicted six of the last three economic crises.” The impulse to try to see into the future is strong on the left, and it creates all kinds of problems: unnecessary ideological divides, strategic missteps and foreclosures, extremely long blog posts. Our task, thankfully, is… Continue reading Make the Future