Anti-Capitalist Radio Episode 62

September 19, 2014 admin 0

Stagnation: why aren’t the developing countries developing? (0:00) Karen Lewis and working-class unity (20:00) Are referendums democratic? (30:00)


WWI: Putin Blames Bolsheviks

September 19, 2014 admin 0

Russian President Putin recently dedicated1 a World War I monument in Moscow with a speech. He started, “ A century ago on this day, Russia found itself obliged to enter World War I.” Further in […]


In Brief: We Need a Raise!

September 16, 2014 admin 0

Richard Katz writes about Japan’s failed economic comeback plan in the July / August issue of Foreign Affairs, “Low-paid temps and part-timers now make up 38 percent of Japanese employees of all ages and both […]


Fight for $15: Conflict of Interest

September 11, 2014 admin 1

Thursday, September 4th saw the largest fast food workers’ concerted action in U.S. history, with workers in 150 cities walking off the job – around 400 of whom were arrested for civil disobedience, mainly blocking […]


Resistance from Ferguson to Gaza

September 10, 2014 admin 0

The killing of yet another unarmed Black teen – eighteen year old Mike Brown – by a white police officer, this time in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Missouri, took its place in the […]

The Red Vine

The Red Vine: Issue #6

September 9, 2014 admin 2

The September issue of the Red Vine is out! Download a PDF copy here or subscribe to the print edition. In this issue: Fight for $15 mass walkout: workers’ power and bureaucracy Socialist Electoral Alliance at a crossroads […]

The Left

What is Communism?

September 9, 2014 admin 0

What exactly is communism? For years I was given several notions, stereotypes, textbook definitions, conceptions, etc. No one can keep from noticing, though, that there seems to be a common agreed upon idea, that communism […]