Celebrating the centennial birthday of the late FSP co-founder Clara Fraser this year, we reprint her hope-inspiring 1994 tribute to solidarity.
Why I joined FSP: My light bulb moment
Melbourne activist tells how she “found her political home” in the Freedom Socialist Party.
Convención del FSP
Trazando un curso revolucionario a medida que se agudiza la lucha de clases
FSP National Convention 2022: charting a revolutionary course as the class struggle sharpens
Internationalism, feminism, and resistance in the forefront of discussion and debate.
Feminist revolutions in Iran and Afghanistan hold lessons for the world
What can be learned from brave women activists fighting for their rights, and what can be done to help.
Mortalmente serios: líderes del DSA “bromean” acerca del asesinato de Trotsky en reveladores tuits
León Trotsky, el colíder de V.I. Lenin de la Revolución Rusa, tenaz organizador del socialismo internacional y pionero en la agitación antifascista, murió hace más de 80 años. Aún así,… Read more »
DSAers mock Trotsky’s murder
Democratic Socialists of America leaders tweet “jokes” about Trotsky’s assassination, but violence against leftists is no laughing matter.
The Mismeasure of Men: A Socialist Feminist Analysis of “Male Aggression”
Men are not naturally aggressive. Biology is the destiny of neither women nor men. The ideology that measures people with the yardstick of determinism, which reduces people to either animals or robots, is both insulting and arrogant; it complements the current system of wage slavery well.
Book Review – Ann Curthoys, For And Against Feminism: A Personal Journey into Feminist Theory and History
For and Against Feminism is not simply a history. It is also a present and a future. The final section of the book, Coming to Terms With Our Colonial Past, in many ways points to directions for future theoretical work.
Andrea Dworkin, Intercourse, New York, Free Press (1988). 326 pages.
Dworkin offers no hope for women. She identifies “contextual reforms” and political programs, only to dismiss them as off-base and futile. So, she indiscriminately lumps together demands for economic equity or rape laws that work with calls for electing women to political office and athletic excellence, condemning them all for failing to “address the question of whether intercourse itself can be an expression of sexual equality.”