Socialism: Education, Advocacy & Organization
Socialism: Education, Advocacy & Organization

The Red Vine is a magazine that puts forward a pro-worker perspective of today’s news and of history, including the stories the corporate media won’t touch. As the official publication of the Red Party, it places a special emphasis on the need to develop a new independent working class politics – in other words, a united revolutionary party movement. It is open to all partisans of the working class.


Vol. 2 Issue 11; November 2016

  • What Does the Spartacus League Want?
  • Neither Class nor Color-Blind
  • Independent Workers Government and Program
  • Their Violence and Ours
  • Trump and 2017
  • Letters: Welp; Relax, Unite; Different Issues
  • Party Update

 Vol. 2 Issue 10; October 2016

  • Toward a Communist Electoral Strategy
  • Oil, Sovereignty and the American Indian Nation
  • Elections and the Catch-22
  • Without Masters or Slaves
  • Letters: 1 Response to 10; Cage and Culture
  • Party Update

Vol. 2 Issue 9, August 2016

  • Greens on Prime Time
  • Left Strategy and 2016
  • A Critique of Workers’ Offensive Points of Unity
  • Prison Organizing: Nothing to Lose but Your Chains
  • Letters: Another way; joint publication with the Communist League
  • Party Update

Vol. 2 Issue 8, July 2016

  • Green Suppression in Illinois
  • Black Lives Matter: Organize for Justice
  • Red Party Convention Report
  • Communist Tactics and the Far Right
  • Letters: Sanders, Stein and Soltysik; Gorilla lives matter
  • Party Update

Vol. 2 Issue 7, May 2016

  • Transform Labor, Transform the Left
  • Party or Bust
  • RP North Carolina: Solidarity Against the “Bathroom Bill”
  • Two Trends for $15 in New Jersey
  • Letters – Our own machine; On Real Socialism, Who else?

Vol. 2 Issue 6, February 2016

  • Organize and Decriminalize
  • Green Party and Socialist Strategy
  • Bolivia: Turning of the Tide
  • Letters – Unfair treatment; Marxism & Native Americans
  • Party Update

Vol. 2 Issue 5, January 2016

  • Hoping for a Canadian Corbyn?
  • Vote Soltysik!
  • Killer Mike feat. Bernie Sanders – mixtape from Hell?
  • Letters – Alan Rickman; leverage
  • Party update

Vol. 2 Issue 4, December 2015

  • Campaign finance: still looking for a silver bullet
  • Refugee solidarity beyond platitudes
  • Feel the Bern!
  • Scapegoating migrants
  • A class program for migrants and refugees
  • No Child Left Behind, left behind
  • Party update

Vol. 2 Issue 3, November 2015 | Leaflet

  • Blackboards and Badges
  • Trans-Pacific Partnership & National Illusions
  • Remembering the Bonus March
  • A Brief Introduction to Revolutionary Centrism
  • Letters: campaign finance reform; NDP is what?!
  • Party Update

Vol. 2 Issue 2, September 2015

  • A Tale of Two Lefts
  • Interview with the SPUSA’s Mimi Soltysik
  • Canadian Social Democracy Closes in on Government
  • Clara’s Corner: A System of Violence
  • Party Update
  • #BlackLivesMatter and the Working Class

Vol. 2 Issue 1, July-August 2015 | Leaflet

  • What Political Alternative to Sanders?
  • Theses on Electoral Tactics
  • Strategy Needed in the Fight for $15
  • Downfall of Polish Social Democracy
  • A Sick System
  • Party Update
  • Letters

Issue Number 12, May-June 2015Leaflet

  • After Baltimore, What?
  • Women, Work and the Second Shift
  • Why MLK Had to Die
  • Beyond Money in Politics
  • Labor and the Iowa Caucuses
  • Party Update
  • Letters

Issue Number 11, March-April 2015 | Leaflet

  • The class struggle in Haiti
  • Is an American Syria in the cards?
  • Echoes of the Modoc War
  • Tess Holliday, beauty standards and Internet rage
  • Venezuela sanctions and shallow anti-imperialism
  • Party update

Issue Number 10, January 2015 | Promotional Flyer

  • Haiti’s Legacy of revolution
  • Call for a 2016 Socialist Alliance
  • Leelah Alcorn and the “T” in “LGBT”
  • Book review: Mean Lives, Mean Laws
  • In brief: Reclaiming MLK
  • Party update

Issue Number 9, December 2014 | Promotional Flyer

  • Schools of Solidarity: what makes revolution possible?
  • #BlackLivesMatter meets the Fight for $15
  • Community control over police: reformist trap or transitional demand?
  • Labor split in South Africa
  • The Underground Girls of Kabul: In Search of Hidden Resistance in Afghanistan (book review)
  • History of the U.S. workers’ movement, part four: from populism to socialism

Issue Number 8, November 2014

  • History of the U.S. workers’ movement, part three: American Gotha
  • Getting organized to change the left
  • Midterm elections and the politics of despair
  • 2016 begins with the Iowa caucuses
  • Capitalism versus the climate crisis
  • Party update: debating perspectives

Issue Number 7, October 2014

  • Iraq & Syria: Lining up behind reactionaries
  • History of the U.S. Workers Movement: Revolutionary Exiles and Lincoln’s Comrades
  • Midterm Elections: Turn out for… what?
  • Neoliberal feminism in the mainstream
  • Ferguson’s Weekend of Resistance
  • Party Update

Issue Number 6, September 2014

  • Fight for $15: workers’ power or bureaucratic bargaining chips?
  • Socialist Electoral Alliance at a crossroads
  • What is communism?
  • Resistance from Ferguson to Gaza
  • Stagnation and recovery
  • Party Update

Issue Number 5, August 2014

  • History of the workers’ movement – the first U.S. workers parties
  • Report back from socialist unity conference
  • Editorial: What kind of Palestine solidarity?
  • Putin rewrites Russian Empire’s bloody legacy
  • West African ebola crisis
  • Film review: The Great Fallacy (2013)
  • Party Update

Issue Number 4, July 2014

  • Ballot access victory for New Jersey socialists
  • Islamism in Iraq, the rotten fruit of U.S. imperialism
  • Silver lining in Detroit
  • A class-struggle approach to the anti-wage theft movement
  • Interview with Mimi Soltysik, Socialist Party USA candidate for California State Assembly
  • Jobs recovery and manipulated statistics
  • Critical review of anarchism and Occupy Wall Street
  • Party Update

Issue Number 3, June 2014

  • Socialists Campaigns for Office: Wasting Opportunities
  • Boko Haram, #BringBackOurGirls and Nigeria’s Manipulated Tragedy
  • Seattle: $15 Won?
  • Immigration Raids & Walls Won’t Work – A Book Discussion
  • Looking at the Left: Socialist Alternative
  • Review of Rape in the Fields
  • Party Update

Issue Number 2, May 2014

  • Editorial: Trans-Pacific Partnership, a back room deal for the 1%
  • Communist Party USA & the bankruptcy of “official communism”
  • Chicago to Cedar Rapids: the story behind racist reaction
  • Capitalism: an inherently alienating system
  • Minnesota Democrats betray minimum wage campaign
  • FCC rules on the end of net neutrality
  • Movie review: G.B.F., an LGBT comedy
  • Party updates

Issue Number 1, April 2014

  • Russia, U.S. and European imperialism in the Ukraine crisis
  • A socialist perspective on immigration reform
  • Marxism and American Indians
  • Corporations block clean energy development
  • Organizing a communist party-movement
  • The limits of “Twitter revolution”
  • Left unity campaign gathers steam
  • Postal workers fight low wages and privatization

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