A quick look to the past may shed light on what could happen today.
Los Angeles activists celebrated Fidel's life with poetry, music, comedy and moving tributes.
As Kentucky legislators pass a measure outlawing the union shop and Missouri’s General Assembly contemplates doing the same, it is worth remembering that so-called Right-to-Work laws originated as means to maintain Jim Crow labor relations and to beat back what was seen as a Jewish cabal to foment a revolution....
With the upcoming release of my first book — “The Animals’ Freedom Fighter: A Biography of Ronnie Lee, Founder of the Animal Liberation Front” — I wanted to highlight the five works which most inspired me on my journey to a more animal-friendly perspective. I hope my book might serve...
Three decades ago, Vietnam embarked on what it calls a "renewal" process that brought rapid development after years of war, famine, and poverty. The ideological and economic approach of combining their socialist goals with a market system has seen many gains, but also brought new dangers. During a recent visit to Vietnam, People's World sat down with Bui The Giang, the Director General for Western Europe and North America Affairs for the Communist Party of Vietnam's Commission of External Relations. In the course of this in-depth talk, Giang discussed Vietnam's journey towards economic prosperity, its commitment to sticking to a...Show All
In Engel’s address at the graveside of Karl Marx, he said “Marx discovered the law of development of human history: the simple fact, hitherto concealed by an overgrowth of ideology, that mankind must first of all eat, drink, have shelter and clothing, before it can pursue politics, science, art, religion, etc.” Another pertinent quote is that according to the labor theory of value, “all value comes from nature altered by human labor.” In the past, Marxists have focused on the labor part of that equation, noting that how human labor is organized, how production is organized, is the fundamental determinant...Show All
The Brooklyn club is working to establish a rapid response phone tree, better enabling our members and contacts to make their voices heard to local elected officials in the face of the Trump administration program and attacks. We continue to work with a local Democratic club, a Brooklyn peace organization, Fight for $15 and the Working Families Party, now with a focus on Trump and the resistance. We are also working closely with Bernie activists and others in the recently formed New York Progressive Action Network. In the works is a major legislative initiative addressing New York's shameful, undemocratic election...Show All
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