Israeli draft refuser discusses the roots of Hamas’s horrendous attack
Further reply to Achcar on Ukrainian arms and alliances
You cannot understand the war in Ukraine without knowing its history.
After the bait-and-switch bombing of Japan, the appalled leader of the Manhattan Project, J. Robert Oppenheimer, embarks on a public crusade for a future free of nuclear holocaust, thinking that great minds will save the people.
How should the left respond to NATO expansionism and Western imperialist policy? As anti-imperialists we reject both NATO imperialism and Putin’s imperialist reaction to it.
In this essay, I attempt to offer a Marxist examination of Zionism and some of its essential features: its völkisch character, its settler colonial character, and its relation to imperialism.
The first Black candidate for president was Clifton DeBerry, the nominee of the Socialist Workers Party in 1964, running against right-wing Republican Barry Goldwater and liberal Democrat Lyndon B. Johnson. Harassed by the FBI, DeBerry would have a tough row to hoe.
While the coup plotters in no way represent an alternative for Niger, the economic sanctions and threats of military intervention by ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States), backed by Macron, are a real danger for the population.
A history of Stop Cop City and the struggle to defend the Atlanta Forest. A must read for anyone interested in getting the whole story.
We must continue to remember so that no one is forgotten, so that no face is forgotten, and so that our experience is not forgotten.
The story of the construction of the Poletown plant is illustrative of the collaboration between big business and government, the failures of business unionism, and the shortcomings of liberals and the Communist Party
Academics, teachers and university workers express deep concern at the Ortega-Murillo regime’s offensive against Nicaraguan universities.
Davis’ loyalty to the CP led her in 1980 and 1984 to accept the party’s assignment that she be the running mate of diehard Stalinist party leader Gus Hall.
Before the Florida Department of Education issued its curriculum directive that slavery in the United States did, after all, produce “personal benefits” for the enslaved in the form of a well-stocked resumé of trades, useful after Emancipation in 1863, the board members might have consulted a seminal document in the literature of the oppressed—Angela Davis’s 1971 essay, “Reflections on the Black Woman’s Role in the Community of Slaves.”
The most important Black candidate of the radical 1960s and 70s, if we judge by votes and delegates, was Shirley Chisholm.
An assessment of Kargalitsky’s political evolution
We express our solidarity with Boris Kagarlitsky and demand his immediate release, as well as that of all those detained on political grounds.
Achcar responds to Dale on arms to Ukraine and NATO.
Here we turn to look at the experience of four Black presidential candidates in 1968.