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Capitalism means chaos for the majority of us, while the bosses get rich off the work we do.
The future offered to young people today is austerity, low pay and crises the world over - senseless war and destruction, climate catastrophe and hidden and open conflicts between the major powers.
On the climate strikes, school students have widely called for "system change not climate change". People are questioning whether capitalism has a future.
What is the alternative to capitalism? What is necessary to change the system? Who can we rely on? And with what tactics?
We think that the ideas of the Socialist Party - based on the experiences of many, young and old, fighting over decades against the bosses - can answer these questions.
Wealth and technology exist in society to provide for us all. But that wealth is in the wrong hands.
By taking into democratic public ownership the banks and big corporations, we could plan what we want to produce in society, based on the decisions of working-class people, instead of relying on the chaos of profit.
We would be able to put research and development into technologies that would enable us to shift away from fossil fuels and polluting industries.
Socialism would use massively expanded production, offered by automation, to reduce the working week and free ourselves for creative endeavours and leisure.
The only alternative to capitalism is a socialist society across the world. So how do we get there?
Workers, who produce the wealth in society, have the power. The power to take on the bosses and run society for ourselves. Through collective struggle we can put their rotten system to bed.
To get involved in this vital struggle, you need to join the Socialists. We fight for every reform we can wrestle out the hands of the bosses and the socialist transformation of society.
If you want to see an end to the huge inequality that exists under capitalism, the best thing you can do is join the Socialist Party.
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Article dated 9 October 2019
The Socialist, weekly newspaper of the Socialist Party
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