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U.S. articles from the Freedom Socialist
Spring 1977
It was one of those occasions that no one present will ever forget. It was one of those incredible experiences in radical politics when the past graphically illuminates the present, new political ground is broken, and the course of the future...
Spring 1977
The Spartacist League was the only left tendency to openly attend the Radical Women Conference and clearly pose political differences. The problem is that SLers do not debate, they harangue, and in the process they expose their ultra-leftist...
Spring 1977
1,377 pages of files released by the FBI in February, 1977 reveal massive spying against the feminist movement since the late 1960’s. FBI agents infiltrated meetings, disrupted organizations, and methodically amassed information on hundreds of...
Spring 1977
The school desegregation crisis in Seattle, brought to a head by threats of legal action by the local American Civil Liberties Union and the federal Department of Health, Education and Welfare, has cynically been declared “resolved” by...
Spring 1977
What began ten years ago as a small and diverse group of women radicals has flourished into an important and sophisticated organization of socialist feminist workers whose ideas and actions have a resounding impact on every social movement they...
Spring 1977
The quest for equal rights under the law for women has been protracted and brutal. Labor’s long struggle for humane working conditions has been equally convulsive. An alliance of these two massive movements is historic and potentially powerful, and...
Spring 1977
Never in the annals of Show Biz has such a dazzling array of stellar talent been assembled as graced the musical-comedy spectacular “Come to the Cabaret,” a raucous, irreverent and jazzy funfest presented in celebration of Gloria Martin’s birthday...
Spring 1977
When electioneering started in 1976, Washington State Republicans and Democrats geared up and started to spend their millions on advertising and corralling media attention. But media concentration on the twin parties of Big Business was sidetracked...
Spring 1977
Who would have guessed that Lindy Laub, reporter for the feminist paper Pandora at the Radical Women Conference, was a secret member of the Socialist Workers Party? Laub posed as an “impartial” observer at the Conference, and both she and the...
Spring 1977
Definition: A warrior is one who defends family, home and homelands against any real threat to safety or possessions. Warriors are not like modem armies whose leaders fabricate dangers as an excuse for seizing lands and enslaving people into...