We founded Radical America in the 1960s to recuperate what was called, by radical historians in those years, a “useable past,” that is, something to build upon.
Marxism-Leninism exposes the core of the woman question and shows that the position of women in society is not always and everywhere the same, but derives from woman’s relation to the mode of production.
We feel that hope has come and we think it’s a great opportunity for the working class to start breathing. Now we are fighting from a better position, but we are still fighting.
Claiming wages for the free labor of reproduction was meant to explode the measurement of wages as such and, with this, bargaining over relations of exploitation. The feminists targeted the myth of the contract.
The deep social and political crisis in Greece, as a “cathartic” moment, also offers the possibility for a different social and political road away from neoliberalism and debt-driven consumerism.
In the first decades of the 21st century, the men, women, and children detained, imprisoned or slain by U.S. police in excessive and grotesque uses of force remain disproportionately black.