The anti-working class dimension of the maga movement is either obscured or doesn’t figure prominently enough in the conversation and practice of the anti-MAGA coalition. Nor does the dominant role of sections of industrial, commercial, and finance capital that sit at the top of the movement see the light of day enough. This is a mistake. After all, the obscuring of the class dimensions of the MAGA movement narrows the reach of the anti-MAGA movement, masks its nature, demagoguery, and aims, and makes a decisive victory over this revanchist and retrograde movement a very steep climb.