Socialism 101: Doesn’t human nature mean that socialism can’t work?
By Eddie McCabe In this capitalist society the notion of “human nature” is used to explain away all…
Nothing to lose but our chains: Join the international socialist alternative!
Housing crisis, precarious work, climate catastrophe…Feeling like you’ve no future? IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S CAPITALISM! We live in…
Oxfam report: Grotesque inequality exacerbated by pandemic
By Leon Fitzpatrick The latest Oxfam report forecasts good news and bad news for the world’s population as…
Ireland’s inequality increases
New figures released for 2013 highlight how Ireland is a country of widening inequality, with a massive divide growing between the super-rich elite and big business on the one hand and the majority of the population subjected to brutal austerity on the other.
Is economic inequality inevitable? – A socialist view
Imagine a world of seven billion people in which 85 of the richest individuals own more wealth than the bottom half of humanity combined. Such a world is where we live