The American Crisis
“there has never been in American life anything comparable to the Fabian Society. Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt gathered around them an ad hoc team of advisers who included a number of bright lawyers, economists, and political scientists, but neither these nor their journalistic and academic allies . . .” read more
Uncle Sam’s Leaden Age
“since 1945, the American Left has been awaiting the “big bust”. When it came, the trade union movement would supposedly overthrow its moderate leadership and American politics would be transformed. When the economy was bailed out of its first post-war recession by the Korean “police action”, many . . .” read more
Are Pacifists Willing to be Negroes?
“robert f. williams makes a strong case for a negaive answer to the question many Negroes are asking these days: Can Negroes afford to be non-violent? The Montgomery bus protest, which was once hailed as a portent of greater victories to come, is fast becoming an icon . . .” read more
Can Negroes Afford to Be Pacifists?
“in 1954 I was an enlisted man in the United States Marine Corps. As a Negro in an integrated unit that was overwhelmingly white, I shall never forget the evening we were lounging in the recreation room watching television as a news bulletin flashed on the screen. . . .” read more