From 1989, after George H.W. Bush became president, a Freedom Socialist editorial that reminds people of his murderous crimes as CIA chief and warns of dangers to come.
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From 1990, the story of the successful 1980s fight to keep the Northwest from becoming an “Aryan homeland.”
Gorbachev, hat in hand, begging food from Bush and the bankers. Perestroika? Bleached bones in a pauper’s unmarked grave. The people in Moscow are hungry and sullen, all the grand… Read more »
From 1991, post-Gulf War, an appeal by a Jewish anti-Zionist to oppose the injustices of the U.S. and Israeli governments.
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.
On the 30th anniversary of the acquittal of the cops who battered Rodney King, the message of this 1992 article still resounds.
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.
From 2002, an article discussing recent French history as an aid to understanding today’s protests and the challenges they face.
From 2002: Anti-Semitism and opposition to Zionism are two different things — a crucial distinction to make when critics of Israel are branded automatically as bigots.