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U.S. articles from the Freedom Socialist
Summer 1977
Working women, members of 25 Washington and Oregon unions, emerged from a unique weekend conference in Seattle on June 18 and 19 brimming with invaluable information, skills, contacts and ideas for strengthening the role of women in the labor...
Summer 1977
If you have money, you have it made, but if you're a Peltier, you're going to be in two sets of handcuffs. What has happened to Leonard Peltier is like what is happening to minorities and people everywhere. We must let the U.S. government know that...
Summer 1977
A BOLD NEW REVOLUTIONARY TENDENCY committed to the revitalization of U.S. Trotskyism has just emerged on the regroupment front. A conference of veteran Trotskyist leaders and youthful revolutionary socialists convened in Los Angeles during the...
Summer 1977
The gay movement has exploded into the consciousness of America. Never has the world seen such a massive outpouring of gay pride, protest and rage as erupted during June, 1977 when enormous demonstrations hit the streets and furnished the media with...
Summer 1977
Los Angeles — At precisely the moment of the largest gay upsurge of protest and self-defense in history, the Red Flag Union — formerly Lavender and Red Union — has chosen to announce its cynical abandonment of the gay movement. Their June 10-12...
Summer 1977
New York is not only a difficult place to live in, it is a fatal place for the poor and sick. The city managers have been running the city into bankruptcy for years and now the financiers are making up the deficit by robbing from the poor and giving...
Summer 1977
OK, you lucky readers, are you ready for another Night at the Opera scenario crafted by the Marx-less Brothers of the zany Spartacist League? Hang on tightly to your sanity, 'cause here we go! ACT I. Radical Women in San Francisco organize a study...
Summer 1977
Two thousand Mormon and other ultra-conservative Christian women unleashed a direct attack on women's rights at the Washington State Women's Conference in Ellensburg on July 8-10, and the only resistance they encountered came from minority women and...
Summer 1977
This analysis was originally published in the Socialist Workers Party pre-convention Discussion Bulletin, Vol. 25, No. 14 in 1965. It is a companion work to the Political Resolution submitted by the then Seattle Branch of the SWP to the 21st...
Summer 1977
The Spring issue of the Freedom Socialist proved so threatening to the SWP that they sprung their prime bureaucrat cum laude out of his desert retreat — and Tom Kerry himself descended on Seattle to herd the SWP faithful back to the fold. Chief...