Friday July 10, 2020
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BY staff | United States | 7/06/20
Beachgoers stumbling on human femur bones in the sand - just a few feet from world-class resorts.
BY Richard Berg | Chicago, IL | 5/13/20
I have lived into my sixties without giving really serious thought to 19th century English literature.
BY Mick Kelly | Minneapolis, MN | 4/17/20
Why review a book that the Russian revolutionary V.I. Lenin began in 1901 and finished in 1902? The short answer is the book is just that good and it has endured the test of time, and the 150th anniversary of Lenin’s birth is a good occasion for it.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 7/03/19
Frank Chapman’s new book, The Damned Don’t Cry: Pages from the Life of a Black Prisoner and Organizer, is getting a great reception.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Chicago, IL | 6/29/19
Review of book by Frank Edgar Chapman, Jr.
BY staff | United States | 4/25/18
Fight Back! interviewed Aaron Leonard, who, along with Conor Gallagher, wrote two pathbreaking books that largely deal with the government repression employed against one of the largest groups of the new communist movement, the Revolutionary Union (RU).
BY Brad Sigal | United States | 1/21/18
With 'A Threat of the First Magnitude', Leonard and Gallagher have done an important service in teaching us about who these people are and the methods the FBI used to infiltrate the Revolutionary Union - the largest Marxist-Leninist organization to emerge from the radical movements of the 1960s - as well as other revolutionary organizations of that period and the CPUSA before them.
BY Dave Schneider | Iran | 6/16/13
The dogs of war in the U.S. media bark and, in true Don Quixote fashion, it’s a sign that authors Hillary and Flynt Leverett are on the move.
BY Joe Iosbaker | United States | 3/08/08
In the recent past, a fight inside the SEIU (Service Employees International Union), the second largest union in the country, has broken into the open.
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