“I can’t breathe.” No phrase could have better summed up the situation the U.S. proletariat has been going through since the beginning of the pandemic. Pronounced by George Floyd as a cop was choking him to death, it became the expression of a revolt that has spread throughout the United States in less than a week.
The COVID-19 epidemic has intensified migrants’ struggles against confinement, against the deterioration of their living and working conditions, and for freedom of movement and legal status. In Greece, a major … Read More
Fever is an attempt to bring together comrades from around the globe, to share reflections on the class struggle and to build a collective understanding. As part of this collective process of exchange and confrontation, we have decided to write a regular editorial: a platform on which to debate the burning questions of this unprecedented period of catastrophe and upheaval.