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Honduras Esta Presente! The military coup that ousted democratically elected President Manuel Zelaya must not only be denounced but must be overturned. The circumstances surrounding this coup are eerily reminiscent of those in connection with the ouster … Continue reading
The electoral victory in El Salvador of Mauricio Funes, candidate of the leftist Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) has immense historical and political significance. The FMLN was a guerrilla movement that in all probability could have won control of … Continue reading
Every four years the Left finds itself in roughly the same situation. Having paid little sustained attention to building a progressive, mass, relevant electoral initiative, the Left is confronted with Presidential campaigns that are presented to it rather than campaigns … Continue reading
Arrested by Marcos’ forces, Sison served time in prison, eventually being released with the overthrow of Marcos. Eventually Sison went into exile, living and working in the Netherlands, and serving as a consultant to the National Democratic Front, the … Continue reading
We on the Left need to be clear as to what is at stake in the on-going, and fairly vicious, controversy surrounding the publication of President Jimmy Carter's Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid. The question is not about Carter's policies as … Continue reading
Everything Has Not Changed Since 9/11 Download this piece as a PDF