Party for Socialism and Liberation

The Party for Socialism and Liberation is a newly formed working class party of leaders and activists from many different struggles, founded to promote the movement for revolutionary change.

Capitalism—the system in which all wealth and power is held by a tiny group of billionaires and their state—is the source of the main problems confronting humanity today: imperialist war, poverty, exploitation, layoffs, unemployment, racism, sexism, lesbian/gay/bi/trans oppression, environmental destruction, mass imprisonment, unionbusting, and more.

We are fighting for socialism, a system where the wealth of society belongs to those who produce it, the working class, and is used in a planned and sustainable way for the benefit of all. In place of greed, domination and exploitation, we stand for solidarity, friendship and cooperation between all peoples.

We are convinced that we have now entered a new phase in history. Capitalist economic globalization and its attendant assault on the working class at home is combining with the rapid global march of the U.S. military machine to create new social and class contradictions that will lay the foundation for a revival of the socialist and workers movement inside the United States.

Most of the people in the world today are suffering from economic depression and recession. The U.S. ruling class is holding its breath, well aware that when the U.S. capitalist economy is seized by the next severe crisis or downturn, it is likely to precipitate a global economic crisis of historic proportions. Under those circumstances, the rule of capitalism must face the challenge of a revived movement for socialism. That is our Party's orientation. Marx's prognosis and theory of revolution in the advanced capitalist societies will be validated by the revival of revolutionary socialism in the very center of imperialism.

At the same time as we aim for revolution in the United States, we stand for defense of the existing workers states, the national liberation movements and for workers and oppressed people around the world in the crosshairs of U.S. imperialism. Only a party steeled in working class internationalism can hope to lead a revolution in the United States, the 21st Century prison house of nations.

The magnitude of our tasks will be matched by our determination to win. Join us!

Group Discussions in: Party for Socialism and Liberation

  1. Chimurenga.

    5th November 2010 07:01

  2. Stalin?

    Posted By Red Brigade
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    8th October 2010 18:31

  3. The Hong Se Sun

    30th September 2010 03:55

  4. Democracy

    Posted By Queercommie Girl
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    Red Rebel

    20th September 2010 02:00

  5. On China

    Posted By Queercommie Girl
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    14th September 2010 20:50

  6. Queercommie Girl

    4th September 2010 12:46

  7. PSL attitudes on RevLeft

    Posted By Sendo
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    Rusty Shackleford

    31st August 2010 06:40

  8. Comrade_Julian

    27th August 2010 22:53

  9. Queercommie Girl

    20th August 2010 13:25

  10. The Hong Se Sun

    19th August 2010 02:10

  11. Chimurenga.

    16th July 2010 06:25

  12. PSL positions?

    Posted By Karl Marx AK47
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    Rusty Shackleford

    5th June 2010 16:18

  13. Comrades

    Posted By thisisnotourwar
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    Rusty Shackleford

    13th May 2010 10:09

  14. PSL in STL

    Posted By The Red Next Door
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    The Hong Se Sun

    16th April 2010 23:24

  15. Kassad

    23rd March 2010 15:03

  16. Join the PSL!

    Posted By Kassad
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    16th January 2010 19:31

  17. Kassad

    20th October 2009 23:42

  18. The Hong Se Sun

    2nd October 2009 16:39

  19. Thank You!

    Posted By Kassad
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    The Hong Se Sun

    2nd October 2009 16:30

  20. manic expression

    19th August 2009 21:00

  21. Kassad

    19th June 2009 14:40

  22. Kassad

    10th April 2009 18:16

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