In Remembering Baseball’s Racist Past and Present, Today’s Players Continue the Fight for a Radical Future

Major league baseball players recently displayed powerful class and racial unity during the sport’s annual celebration of Jackie Robinson’s courageous legacy. Just as Robinson’s story reflected the history of postwar America, today’s players understand that the game has been and is intimately connected with the tenor of the country’s racial relations.

Lenin: “Letter to American Workers.”

Courtesy Marxist Internet Archive Translated (and edited): Jim Riordan Transcription/HTML Markup: David Walters Online Version: V.I.Lenin Internet Archive, 2002 Comrades! A Russian Bolshevik who took part in the 1905 Revolution, and who lived in your country for many years afterwards, has offered… Read More ›

Alexandra Kollontai on International Working Women’s Day

First Published: Mezhdunarodnyi den’ rabotnitz, Moscow 1920; Translated: Alix Holt 1972; Transcribed: Tom Condit for marx.org, 1997; Proofed: and corrected by Chris Clayton 2006. From the Marxist Intenet Archive — https://www.marxists.org/archive/kollonta/1920/womens-day.htm?fbclid=IwAR1XrhtjSHWfDgL4KnBQ9e1g44R8Kp9QSqMNVT4sQ0JgAVeff3y7d-otmDc A Militant Celebration Women’s Day or Working Women’s Day is a day of international… Read More ›

Stalin at the Movies

It is strange to say that, considering he was one of the most significant figures in world history, Joseph Stalin has rarely appeared on the silver screen.  Certainly, when compared to the number of films portraying individuals as widely diverse… Read More ›