Trump & Co. are preaching against socialism. They want another Red Scare? OK! Time for all good lefties to get fearsome.
This salute to a proud general strike in the Pacific Northwest 100 years ago is chock full of lessons for unionists today.
Co-authored by Mumia Abu-Jamal and Stephen Vittoria, this unique book exposes the early history of the United States that we were never taught in school.
Reflections and questions raised at the Seattle Black Panthers’ 50th anniversary conference.
Readers respond to … The meeting of the Committee for International Revolutionary Regroupment; anti-Nazi fightback; tribute to Frank Little; and more.
What this historic event can tell us about movement-building and political leadership.
Excerpts from two speeches that celebrate what workers and peasants won by making the Russian Revolution and that draw valuable lessons for radicals today.
One hundred years ago Russian insurrectionist Leon Trotsky landed in New York with his wife and two sons. A political refugee for over a decade, Trotsky had been forced out of Germany, France, Switzerland and Spain. The Allied powers in World War I already raging in Europe were afraid Trotsky’s tireless opposition to the war… Read more »
Since retiring as FSP National Secretary, I’ve been auditing classes at nearby University of Washington in order to learn what science has uncovered in the half-century since my student days. I especially want to satisfy an itch to understand the origins of human behaviors. Last quarter, in a class on evolutionary psychology, I was astounded… Read more »
One hundred years later, Trotsky’s History of the Russian Revolution is still the most compelling narrative of that world-shaking event.