View­point Mag­a­zine is an online review of con­tem­po­rary pol­i­tics. Its start­ing premise is that the his­tory of cap­i­tal­ism is the his­tory of the strug­gle between cap­i­tal and the work­ing class. Our task is to artic­u­late the pro­le­tar­ian view­point at the level of theory.

So we begin with rig­or­ous inves­ti­ga­tions of work, the struc­tures of work, and the implicit polit­i­cal ten­den­cies of those who work. After car­ry­ing out this inquiry, we can begin to iden­tify a pro­gram con­tained in exist­ing strug­gles. But the goal is not only to antic­i­pate future activ­ity; it is to con­sol­i­date that pro­gram in a man­ner that strate­gi­cally devel­ops the inter­ests of the class, gen­er­al­izes its move­ment, and advances its autonomous power.

For sub­mis­sions, gen­eral inquiries, and feed­back, email view­point AT viewpointmag.com.


Asad Haider and Salar Mohandesi

Edi­to­r­ial Collective 

Robert Cavooris, Katy Fox-Hodess, Shuja Haider, Bue Rüb­ner Hansen, Patrick King, Ben Mabie, Liz Mason-Deese, Wen­dell Has­san Marsh, Julie McIn­tyre, Dave Mesing, Gavin Mueller, Tijana Okic, Mark Paschal, Ful­via Serra, Ben Web­ster, Evan Calder Williams


Steven Zam­brano Cascante

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 Peter Rood and Matt Ray

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