Readings for March 2016

Here are the articles for our next meeting which will be held at 7 PM on March 15th at Feed Arts & Cultural Center, 259 S. Schuyler in Kankakee.

The Sound of the Small C – by Alexander Billet – Pete Seeger represented a musical tradition that can’t be divorced from American radicalism.

It’s Their Party – by Paul Heideman – A generation ago, socialists and civil rights activists tried to transform the Democratic Party. Why did they fail?

Feminism Against Capitalism – by Nicole M. Aschoff – Ultimately the goals of a radical feminism and socialism are the same — justice and equality for all people.

Hope to see you on March 15th!



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