Issue 1: Spring 2020
Peace, Land, and Bread
Peace! Land! Bread!
This was the rallying cry of the Bolsheviks that united the disparate revolutionary factions of Russia in the early part of the twentieth century. Peace, for the war-weary; land, for the landless; and bread, for the hungry.
Now, in the early part of the twenty-first century—as fascism reemerges in the form of right-wing nativisms sweeping the globe, firmly entrenched within the structures of capital— socialism once again stands to oppose it: to fight the global darkening of imperial war, of climatological and economic dispossessions, and of pervasive food insecurity. Peace, Land, and Bread must once again be our rallying cry—the rallying cry of socialists and anti-imperialists everywhere.
In our inaugural issue, we are incredibly excited to bring you insightful and avant-garde critique, analysis, poetry, and more from Josh Zolotin, D.M., Rainer Shea, Shane Lawrence Pick, Christian Noakes, Jarrod Grammel, and others!
The Empire and the General Strike
A Critical Analysis on the Rise of Precarious Work in the Neoliberal Age
Lenin, Ecology, and Revolutionary Russia
The Sacred-Secular Dialectic: Zionist Superstructure in Palestine
The Palmer Raids: The Roots of Liberal Anticommunism in the United States
Neoliberalism Survives by Destroying Social Cohesion
Ireland, the European Union, and the Climate Crisis
SEÁN Ó MAOLTUILE
The Contradictions of Public Education: Teacher Organization in Communist Strategy
Social Being in Juche
SHANE LAWRENCE PICK
Poetry and Art
Montana Semper Liberi
On Che Guevara's Murder Being Treated for Cataracts by Cuban Doctors
Locust Street (Philadelphia)
A Connection to Nature
Allende, et al.