With Christine Blasey Ford testifying at Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings for the country’s top court, the #MeToo movement has made a quantum leap. This 1992 column by Clara Fraser, a year after Anita Hill’s brave coming forward against Clarence Thomas, calls on women to catapult themselves onto the mainstage of history.
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Guerry Hoddersen reflects on a 1993 conference in tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement held on the 25th anniversary of his assassination.
From 2001, an accessible Marxist explanation of stock market volatility and its relationship to recession, the Federal Reserve Board, and unemployment.
Panic, angst, and hand-wringing over losing “centrist” judge Sandra Day O’Connor.
Even before the word ecology was coined, Marx and Engels repeatedly stressed the necessity of socialism for the survival of earth.
Cities need strong civilian review boards to reduce police crime.
This 2013 article has a lot to say about the importance of public workers and the services they provide – a timely reminder with Oakland city workers on strike this week.
Revisiting Bernadette Logue’s 2014 book review.
When in revolt, there’s no substitute for working-class solidarity.
From 1999, after the Columbine high school shootings: how adult neo-Nazis make use of angry, alienated teens.