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U.S. articles from the Freedom Socialist
November 1966
The Freedom Socialist Party of Washington held its first news conference on August 19 at the Olympic Hotel in Seattle. Representatives from all four television stations, both daily newspapers, and key radio stations were present, and most of them...
November 1966
With this issue of our paper, the Freedom Socialist Party is scarcely three months old. Without patting ourselves on the back, we can feel proud of what we did accomplish — including surviving these last hectic ninety days. At the time of the...
November 1966
The Free University of Seattle has just been organized and is presently conducting classes in various makeshift classrooms. The regular premises leased for FUS could not be utilized since the local Fire Department swooped down on opening day and...
November 1966
Until recently, the Peace movement had been following an essentially "Popular Front" policy. By presenting moderate and respectable demands, it aimed at attracting independents and groupings from as far to the right as possible, even at the expense...
November 1966
As FSP's socialist feminist orientation grew and the Spartacist League's sexist ultraleftism increased, the relationship between the two organizations changed from these very early perspectives. For more recent analysis see: History as revised by...
November 1966
As FSP's socialist feminist orientation grew and the Spartacist League's sexist ultraleftism increased, the relationship between the two organizations changed from these very early perspectives. For more recent analysis see: History as revised by...
November 1966
(Comrade D.D. is an experienced and knowledgeable Marxist theoretician and organizer. A founder and key spokesman of the former Kirk-Kaye tendency in the SWP, he has since resigned from that party in order to assist the Freedom Socialist Party in...
November 1966
... 1. A serious peace program must begin by recognizing that PEACE ON THE BASIS OF THE STATUS QUO IS BOTH UNTHINKABLE AND IMPOSSIBLE. Colonial peoples are seeking to establish their freedom under their own control, and peace maintained by their...
November 1966
Support Black Power — Defend Civil Rights Militants The concept of Black Power has been used as an excuse for a national campaign against the Negro militants and a national conspiracy to destroy SNCC. Bayard Rustin says he is "for" Black Power — "...
November 1966
Instead of presenting the transcript of one of my Friday Night KRAB-FM broadcasts in the column for this issue, I have excerpted sections from a letter I wrote last month to a young man who participated in the Northwest Regional Conference Against...