Kissinger's China Confessions: A Review of "On China"

Kissinger tells a depressing story about how China was enlisted in a “quasi-alliance” or a “de facto alliance” against the socialist camp.

Podcast: Apartheid Archipelago or Paradise – The Labor Movement in Hawaii

On this episode we talk again with historian Gerald Horne about his new book Fighting in Paradise, a study of the role of the labor movement and the communist party in Hawaii in the mid-20th century.


Scott Martelle's The Fear Within Illustrates Communist's Humanity

While the period we live in is different from the time documented in Scott Martelle's The Fear Within, ignorance of the most callous sort still persists.


Book Review: Woody Guthrie: An American Radical

In the annals of US folk culture, Woody Guthrie stands as both a father figure and an enigma.


Book Review: State Power and Democracy

Kolin has written a narrative connecting the growth of state power in the U.S. with the undermining of the rights of citizens.