What is Socialism? A Historical and Modern Perspective

Caleb Maupin: The American Socialist Awakening

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Writer, Dandelion Salad
September 24, 2018

Reach Out on Sep 18, 2018

On last Thursday’s (9.13.18) special edition of Reach Out, we asked, “What is socialism?” In a discussion ranging from the juxtaposition of socialism and religion, cooperation vs. competition in humanity’s origins, and how class is what primarily divides people, Bill and I, along with special guest Matt Reedy, barely scratched the surface of answering that question but realized its enormity and complexity.

from the archives:

“Taxpayer Money” Threatens Medicare-for-All (And Every Other Social Program) by Jim Kavanagh

It Is All About Relative Power Of The One Percent by Michael Hudson + 10 Years Since Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy – Did the Economy Really Recover?

Michael Hudson: Jesus Would Have Cancelled The Debt But Obama Bailed Out Wall Street

How Capitalism Controls You by The Anti-Social Socialist

Why Does The US Support Nigeria But Not Venezuela? A Socialist Perspective by The Anti-Social Socialist

Socialism: Our Alternative To The Madness Of The Market by Eric Ruder

Happy New Year! The Radical MLK by The Anti-Social Socialist

The Powell Memo by The Anti-Social Socialist

Happy Birthday to Jesus, the Anti-Imperialist Socialist!

What is Socialism? Parts 1-7 by The Anti-Social Socialist

The Early Christian Communists by Roman A. Montero

Dorothy Day: Our Problems Stem From Our Acceptance of This Filthy, Rotten System by Richard Sahn

Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr.: The Three Evils of Society: Racism, Militarism and Capitalism (must-see)

In Need of A Kingfish by Guadamour (Huey Long)

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