The 1973 Reconstitution of the Socialist Party: 3 Tenets of Continuity in the Socialist Party of Eugene Debs, Norman Thomas, and David McReynolds.

by Larry Rockwood The easiest way to document the continuity between the Socialist Party, “reconstituted” in 1973 as the Socialist Party USA (SPUSA), and the Socialist Party of America, constituted as the Socialist Party of America (SPA) in 1901, is by a

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The Socialist Contract: Five Ideas From “The Social Contract” That Support a Socialist Society

Not much can be said about Jean-Jacques Rousseau or his most famous work that havenʼt already been said. As a man, Rousseau has been labeled both a genius and a charlatan, and a visionary intellectual pioneer of modern society and a bricklayer

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Unraveling the Hierarchy of Oppression

When frequenting any Leftist space, either online or in-person, there are always comrades who insist on a hierarchy of oppression. They are devoted to the idea of class struggle as the ultimate struggle in our lives. The struggles for racial and sexual

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