C. L. R. James was one of the twentieth century’s intellectual giants. During a life of intense political engagement, he wrote classic books about the struggle against slavery and the social history of sport, never flinching in his socialist commitment.
Paul Buhle, a retired senior lecturer at Brown University, has turned to the creation of nonfictional graphic novels. He is also a contributor to the Bernie Sanders Comic (Devils Due Comics, Chicago).
The crisis of capitalism is currently opening wide. But it didn’t come out of nowhere.
The revolutionary thought of Rosa Luxemburg continues to inform and inspire anticapitalist movements today.
The 1960s magazine that kept alive the history of the US left and provided the intellectual material for its future.
A review of Ben Katchor’s Hand-Drying in America.