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Jonah Raskin :
BOOKS | ‘There may not be answers’

We review Allen Young’s autobiography, ‘Left, Gay & Green: A Writer’s Life.’ By Jonah Raskin | The Rag Blog | April 12, 2018 “Rejection of marginalization is certainly not the same as assimilation.” — Allen Young Allen Young begins his … finish reading Jonah Raskin :
BOOKS | ‘There may not be answers’

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Alex Knight : Zombie-Marxism I: My Rocky Relationship with Grampa Karl

Image by Germ Ross / artnoise.net.Zombie-Marxism I: Why Marxism has failed, andwhy Zombie-Marxism cannot die…(Or, ‘My rocky relationship with Grampa Karl’) By Alex Knight / The Rag Blog / November 5, 2010 “The tradition of all dead generations weighs like … finish reading Alex Knight : Zombie-Marxism I: My Rocky Relationship with Grampa Karl

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Vision of a Better World : Let the Poets Speak

Meridel Le Sueur. Photo from Working Women.Class, race, empire, and resistance:The vision of the poetBy Harry Targ / The Rag Blog / June 28, 2010 Oil Spills as the Gulf of Mexico is Destroyed Judge with BP Stock Rules Against … finish reading Vision of a Better World : Let the Poets Speak

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Social Change in America : Learning from History

Populist handbills. A flyer informing workers of a meeting that was to end in the Haymarket Riotof 1886. Police were called in when fighting broke out between striking workers and strikebreakers at the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company in Haymarket, Illinois. … finish reading Social Change in America : Learning from History

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