Tony Pecinovsky

 
 
Tony Pecinovsky

 

Tony Pecinovsky is the author of Let Them Tremble: Biographical Interventions Marking 100 Years of the Communist Party, USA. He has written for the St. Louis Labor Tribune, Political Affairs, Shelterforce, AlterNet, Z-Magazine, People’s World, and the journal American Communist History, among other publications. He is the president of the St. Louis Workers’ Education Society and speaks regularly on college and university campuses across the country. He lives and works in St. Louis, MO.

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100 years of CPUSA: A critical reply to “Jacobin”

100 years of CPUSA: A critical reply to “Jacobin”

The CPUSA has an honorable history, post-1956.

BY:Tony Pecinovsky| May 8, 2020
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Marxist IQ: CPUSA history

Marxist IQ: CPUSA history

What's your score?

BY:Tony Pecinovsky| April 1, 2020
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Anne Burlak: The red flame

Anne Burlak: The red flame

Nicknamed the "Red Flame," Anne Burlak Timpson was a prominent communist labor organizer in the 1930s and beyond.

BY:Tony Pecinovsky| March 27, 2020
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Henry Winston in the McCarthy era

Henry Winston in the McCarthy era

Let Them Tremble author Tony Pecinovsky talks about one of the Party's greatest leaders, Henry Winston.

BY:Tony Pecinovsky| March 10, 2020
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St. Louis CPUSA on the move!

St. Louis CPUSA on the move!

Members are spending the summer collecting petition signatures to help stop so-called right-to-work and take big money out of politics through the ballot initiative process.

BY:Tony Pecinovsky| August 28, 2017
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