Song and struggle: “The Internationale"

This is the first installment of what is intended to be a series on the rich left-wing musical tradition.


Capitalism bad for the environment, says book

Specific themes and topics of the book include the anti-nuclear movement and the needed unification of environmentalists and unions.


"The Temperamentals" strikes a blow for the sexual revolution

The Temperamentals is part of a significant emerging trend in contemporary American theater.


"American Idol" is a slice of America

If you're not into "American Idol" and think it has no place in this publication, stop reading now, and direct your anti-popular culture comments and criticisms elsewhere.


A question of values

It is important to take a look at them and their Republican cohorts to see what they are up to and what they really want.


Abe Blashko, artist and political satirist, dies at 90

Abe Blashko, artist and political satirist, died at age 90 Jan. 13 from complications of pneumonia. Among his large body of work were important contributions to progressive publications, including the New Masses and People's World.

Banker’s deficit solution: work longer with less pay and half the benefits

Many children were working in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory when fire broke out. Such conditions, if Republicans have their way, may again become commonplace.


“Potemkin”: The greatest film of all time.

The revolution is coming soon, to a theater near you.


"Black Death": a film about plague, horror, deep thoughts

"Black Death" is a thought provoking and frightening tale set in 1348 England.


Progressive Cinema: The Oscars vs. The Progies

Without the Oscar's glitz and glamor, the Progies laid honors on films of social substance, and artists of talent and commitment to the struggle.

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