Monthly Archives: November 2014

November 2014: From election to rebellion

by Scott Jay Every two to four years, we are told by the Democratic Party hangers-on that we are in the midst of the most important election of our life times. In cities like San Francisco and Chicago, which hold … Continue reading

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Throwing the cog-wheel into reverse

There is a metaphor described by Leon Trotsky of a socialist organization being one cog in a much larger machine and how it must fit into an appropriately larger (but not too much larger) cog in order to be affective. … Continue reading

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