I'm looking into potentially starting a reading group that can also discusses leftist organizing in New England. I'm from New Hampshire, and besides being a cultural wasteland it is sickeningly liberal. I'm looking forward to Bernie's Sunday rally in Concord, maybe there will be some like minded folk.
Whereabouts, if you don't mind me asking? My Mom's from Springfield and I've spent a fair amount of time in Boston, Lowell, and Lawrence- While I do love these cities and they obviously have a rich labor history; how should it inform my organizational goals?
The worst part is that for a short time they had a foothold in our state legislature.
I've thought about moving back to Chicago, maybe get involved with Leftist movements out there, then try to bring some of it back with me.
we don't need more people interested in liberal leftism. just read shorter stuff. Marx wrote plenty of shorter books. Engels, Lenin too.
bumplocked. Use US general.
checkd. specifically, what would you recommend?
It's funny that you're hounding me to use the general. I've gotten more replies is thread then I ever have had in a general thread