Category Archives: History

Universalizing Settler Liberty: Jacobin Interview

Originally published on Jacobin by Nikhil Pal Singh interviewing Aziz Rana America is best understood not as the first post-colonial republic, but as an expansionist nation built on slavery and native expropriation. Over the last decade, interventions in Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere have led … Continue reading

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Daniel Singer’s advice to young radicals

  “Don’t run, young comrades. Don’t climb onto exposed barricades just to be shot at. Watch your step, because the ground is full of pitfalls. For you, workers in industry, some traps will be dressed up as “truly revolutionary.” For … Continue reading

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Marxists and elections by Paul D’Amato

Originally featured in International Socialist Review Issue 13, August-September 2000 WHAT ATTITUDE do Marxists take to elections and representative government? In the history of the socialist movement, there have developed or co-existed two principal and, in the end, quite different … Continue reading

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May 1968

“No revolution, yet many symptoms of one. Whoever, living through those days in France, dared to stick his neck outside the safety of his room has plenty to see and to learn. It was not just a question of barricades, … Continue reading

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International Socialists and Ukraine

International Socialists and Ukraine- International Socialist Network Incredible article by the ISN on the history surrounding Ukraine’s interesting and intersecting position between class politics and nationalism. This question, riddling the Bolshevik’s ranging from Trotsky and Lenin, it still shows true that … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events

A couple of upcoming events in the area: Party, Organization, and Revolution: A Branch Meeting of NYU ISO Wednesday, April 2, 7th floor lobby, Kimmel Center of University Life 60 Washington Square South, New York, NY. 100012 Capitalism is a system whose … Continue reading

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Dog Days in Palestine: A case study in British Mandate Surveillance

  Palestine during the late 1930 carried the weight of many congruent and interlocking struggles that had been occurring internationally since the First World War. The events occurring were culminating with the cross continental Second World War occurring simultaneously when … Continue reading

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