Hearty thumbs-up to “Let’s get real about the Democrats” as well as Sam’s article on why he joined the FSP; disagreement on Nicaragua; the West Coast Community Defense; Mumia Abu-Jamal update; New York police need accountability.
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No matter what Gramsci originally intended, today he is the go-to theorist for a Left that is in retreat.
“Right now in Congress it’s just millionaires taking care of billionaires.”
Help prevent the Connecticut Secretary of State’s office from keeping Fred Linck, the Socialist Action candidate for U.S. Senate, off the ballot.
Teacher Sam Rubin says he joined the FSP because its decisions are guided by honest Marxist analysis and principles, good sense and militancy.
Miriam Padilla is “seeking to not merely seal the cracks in our society but to rebuild a sturdier road,” and she says that’s why FSP is her political home.
A new documentary on Raisin in the Sun author Lorraine Hansberry, 1960s-era Black radical and artist.
May Day 2018 Greetings from FSP to Convergencia Socialista-La Verdad & Reagrupamiento Hacia el PST, Argentina
Paying respects to the struggles that gave birth to May Day 132 years ago in Chicago, Illinois.
Steve talks with the Inland Journal about what socialism would look like, why it has gotten a bad rap in the U.S., and what distinguishes the Freedom Socialist Party from Bernie Sanders.
Raoul Peck, creator of the James Baldwin documentary I Am Not Your Negro, says he made the just released Young Karl Marx for today’s generation of youth.