Being a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union wasn't just an honor; it required strict discipline and moral obligations.
Steve Cushion's new book shows that there was more to Cuba's revolution than the romantic tale of a few warriors in the mountains.
The Socialist Register has once again demonstrated why, after 52 years, it remains one of the premier international academic journals of the left.
Gerald Horne has made an amazing contribution to African American radical history with a newly published biography.
"Striking Gridiron" is based on the 1959 undefeated season of the Braddock High School football Tigers.
Until recently, the role of the Civil War guerrilla has been largely neglected.
Rall offers a deftly drawn, incisive portrait of the man and the political climate against which he rebels.
The book promises a deeper understanding of the complex and fluid history of working-class unity, viewed through the lens of the struggle against Southern racism.
Lewin paints a picture of the frustrations facing Lenin in this final period and his increasing misgivings about Joseph Stalin.
Can a seasoned Independent who calls himself a "democratic socialist" get elected to the White House in 2016?