parties, groups & resources
Links Archive --"an archive of links
to leftist & progressive websites," including academic
groups, art & posters, bookstores, periodicals, parties,
organizations, publishers & everything else. Many
Jay's Leftist Internet Resources Directory
-- great place to get real news.
Directory of Socialist Resources
Little Red Cafe
--directory of sites covering wide variety of environmental
topics (e.g. ecology, land management, regional, natural sciences,
economics), really huge.
American Green Party
Ten Principles --Long ago, the Green
"Committees of Correspondence" asked a lot of hard questions,
producing what became known as The Ten Key Values of the Greens. As the
various Green Parties developed, they wrote Platforms which proposed methods of implementing
great organization, a crappy website.
--for conservation of
rainforests, forests, biodiversity and indigenous cultures thru
targeted informational networking.
Liberation Front --This
is the web site of the Earth Liberation Front Press Office, while the
ELF itself remains underground, taking commendably direct (though
perhaps futile) action against the goons who want to turn everything in
the world into money. If you think that property rights are
somewhat on par with environmental concerns, or that one should never
break the "law," then this site is not for you.
Liberation Front --Direct
action on behalf of the earth's most oppressed.
First! Journal --published
by an editorial staff from within the Earth First! Movement."
They have a grasp on the link between capitalist money-worship
and environmental degradation.
Online Environmental Community."
Press Service --Founded
in 1964, IPS is a worldwide non-profit association of
journalists and others in comunications fields. It claims to have become
"a major news agency," with "a network of journalists in more than 100
countries" and "satellite communication links to 1,200 outlets."
IPS's site certainly does offer interersting news coverage on
environmental issues, human rights, and global economics.
excellent compilation of information relating to global warming, with
references to current scientific research, plus news on the Kyoto
of Concerned Scientists works to ensure that "all people have clean air
and energy, and safe and sufficient food. Concerned about global warming and nuclear war.
Committed to science in public policy.
for Social Responsibility won the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize. It represents 20,000 health
car professionals interested in nuclear disarmament and environmental
health. This site belongs to the USA affiliate.
this elaborate site the nonprofit Institute for Global Communications (IGC) offers
"progressive individuals and groups a place on the Internet to learn, meet and organize." IGC brings Internet tools and online
services to organizations and activists working on peace, economic and social justice, human rights, environmental protection, labor issues and conflict resolution.
It has a national membership of over 15,000, with links to networks and activists worldwide.
IGC gives quick access to alternative news and political analysis, or an easy way to search for information and web sites of progressive organizations.
climate links --An
excellent compilation of atmosphere & climate links.
in the Forest --A
small directory of regional and local campaigns for environmental
preservation, as well as direct action environmental organizations.
Ruckus Society --Ruckus
trains environmental and human rights
activists the skills of civil disobedience. Quotes from their
site: "Direct action has long been a catalyst for social change. The conscious
disobedience of unjust laws can capture the depth of injustice in a single powerful
moment.... Effective protest, however, does not always happen spontaneously."
Ruckus was formed in October 1995 and claims to have trained and
assisted hundreds of activists since. "We wanted to create a program where people could learn
skills and take action rather than sit around and argue about issues."
an inclusive term for ecovillages, cohousing, residential land trusts,
communes, student co-ops, urban housing cooperatives and other related
projects and dreams.... This site lists intentional communities
around the world. "We provide important information and
access to crucial resources for seekers of community, existing and
forming communities, and other friends of community."
and books on world hunger, development and environmental issues.
America's mission is to harness economic power-- the strength of
consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace-- to create a
socially just and environmentally sustainable society. Co-op
America is a national non-profit membership organization celebrating 20
years of serice to people and the planet." This group
concentrates on advising people how to spend and invest their money
toward green enterprises.
Green Pages --Co-op
America's listing of green businesses.
for Change --Access
to 100+ online stores that all agree to donate 5% of every purchase
price to environmental and other decent groups.
Green Publishers --A
publisher of books on sustainable living, including housing, gardening,
food and nature.
Introduction to Life in France
a giant on-line encyclopedia and reference work.
-- an open web directory
--"The world's largest international,
--A "collaborative project" to build a
"free and complete encyclopedia."
Country Factbook --The
CIA isn't an organization that an average Bergonian would love,
but an intelligence agency should have good information on
the countries they try to wreck and control. For decades CIA
country "factbooks" have been great reference sources-- here are
online summaries. For some reason they don't offer a Factbook on
Encyclopedia of Philosophy
a great summary of world history, including history of art, science,
empires & technology.
--nice site about (a) american imperialism in the Philipines, (b) american
politics & culture from 1890 to 1920 and (c) Mark Twain. Big
power Imperialism is the of this site's theme.
Atlas of the 20th Century
dependable, very broad offering of history resources from a leftist
perspective. A fine detailed introduction to history of the
Center for Public Opinion Research
Research Institute --Polling
data on prevailing attitudes in numerous nations around the
resources on polling (U.Miami)
Of The World --Flags
of the world, the most comprehensive site on the web for flags of all
nations, past and present.
seals, symbols of the Mongol nation of Tuva, formerly Tanu Tuva,
absorbed by the Soviet Union in the 1920s and now part of the Russian
Indian Tribes --Flags
of over 80 tribes in the US.
personal site w/ an interesting miscellany.
Croatian site featuring flags of Austria-Hungary, Hungary, Croatia,
Slovenia and Yugoslavia.
-- promoting a new flag for Australia-- sans Union Jack. Canada
spurned the Union Jack over 30 years ago, now Australia's turn. Plus history of
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Bear Left Links -- links to international leftist newspapers
France Presse French worldwide wire service featured on
Yahoo. Better Int'l news than AP by far.
A fine compendium of links to English language newspapers and
magazines the world over.
-- a "civil society network online," supporting "people’s media to help build a more just global society."
UK based non-profit working with many NGOs around the world.
York Times, Washington
Post, L.A. Times
Le Monde Diplomatique - very reputable left wing monthly providing analysis of world
- English translations questionable at best.
Jazeera -great English language
Star -Arabic newspaper based in London. Dar
al Hayat -Lebanese. Arab
News -Saudi, conservative, some good
coverage of regional issues, but they don't mention Saudi Arabia's religious police or the
judicial severing of hands.
Socialist Affairs, covers democratic socialist party politics
around the world.
Monthly Review, The most venerable and respected
Marxist journal in the
(US) quarterly, prints a fine array of "leftist" commentary on current events.
Published by the Foundation for the Study of Independent Social
(US) monthly, 91 years of continuous publication, founded by "Battlin' Bob"
LaFollette, progressive U.S. Senator from Wisconsin.
time he said: "[Big Business] is in
control of politics, government and natural resources... They rule through the very men
elected to represent the people."
intelligent leftist news and opinion.
Left Review, (UK) a London based journal covering politics, economics, and culture of a contemporary non-conformism.
(UK) month magazine "of the green and radical left" in
Z Magazine (US)
offers some of the
freshest American leftist opinion around. Noam Chomsky, distinguished linguist
turned gadfly, founded this mag, and writes in every issue. Z offer a fine series of
links to sources which describe the $150 billion in annual giveaways to big business. Also see Z's page on
(US) monthly. describes itself
as a journal of investigative reporting. Its subject: "corporate backroom deals
The American Prospect
(US) founded in 1990 by Pulitzer winner Paul Starr, columnist & author Kuttner, and former
Labor Secretary Robert Reich. It claims to represent a
(US) an essential magazine that attacks what needs
attacked the most-- American pop culture created by corporate
marketing moguls. The Baffler also roots out the myths & pretences of "free market" economies.
(US) monthly, A beautifully produced attack on corporate
mass marketing. Denounces all the advertising as the Brave New
World propaganda that it really is.
"a journal of protest and
dissent," to "facilitate analysis, debate
and discussion, to resist censorship, and to create the space for a
diversity of ideas." Irish.
New Worker, (UK)
weekly web-based paper of the New Communist
Party of Britain
Today, monthly, magazine of the Socialist Party of
England & Wales, a Marxist-Trotskyist party affiliated with the
Committee for a Workers' International.
& Democracy Online
Observer & International Report
news you won't see on CNN, much less Fox.
wonderful anarchist-cooperative bookstore deserves attention and
Bank Books Collective Located in Seattle, this collectively owned
bookstore offers a great many titles for sale on their website.
Leftbooks.com On-line Marxist bookstore.
finest bookstore in the
Lawrence Ferlinghetti's place. City Lights also publishes many fine
titles (mostly fiction & poetry), which you can browse & buy
here. They publish several titles by Georges Bataille, (one of my
an on-line radical bookstore, with emphasis on
Press & Freedom Bookshop
in London. Established in 1896.
Offers anarchist quarterly and pamphlets. Pieces on religion & anarchism.
of Independent Bookstores
(US & Canada)
Online Books Page,
Bartlbey Books online,
Guttenburg online books
Really Happened -- News stories from a dissident's point of
view, collected daily from around the world.
Dreams -- "Breaking news and views
for the progressive community" in the US. An outstanding list
of "progressive" and radical links on their front page.
Great coverage of issues pertaining to Bush's war.
Left Side of the Brain is Bigger, a broad archive of
Monbiot, regular columnist to the Guardian (UK). Much
on globalization and on how American-style corporatism is ruining
--A great Canadian site providing alternative & progressive news
"for the rest of us." Very anti-Bush and opposed to the
US-UK aggression against Iraq,
Alternet--A project of the Independent Media Institute, a nonprofit
organization that promotes "independent and alternative
journalism." This online mag, founded in 1998, "provides
a mix of news, opinion and investigative journalism" on the
environment, the drug war, technology and cultural trends, public
policy, sexual politics and health issues. Its database includes more
than 7,000 stories from over 200 sources.
radical alternative view of American politics and culture."
There is very little chance that the citizenry of the United
States will ever wake from the collective right-wing delirium and
recover any semblance of sanity, but this site offers a little hope.
online service that offers radio programming from all parts of
the world, both music and news.
Public Radio -- web broadcast of NPR news
--A commercial poster site
that boasts: " a comprehensive index of 1200 arts sites, and offer
more than 32,000 links to an estimated 100,000 works by 7,500
Working Class Literature & Films
interesting list of books & films portraying labor struggle, class
conflict and critiques of corporations.
Web Gallery of Art --fine digital
reproductions of over 11,000 European paintings and sculptures from
1150 to 1800.
Internet Movie Database, the best overall on-line
resource for movie information.
Art Collectives --Google's Directory listing of
art collectives, artist-run galleries & artist collaborations.
Our individualistic myths portray artists are solitary geniuses,
often tortured and always iconoclastic, but most great bursts of
creativity have occurred when artists rubbed shoulders, traded ideas
and worked within the contexts of friendships & cliques. Note
how the Impressionistic masters were almost all good pals.
-- great collections of worldwide articles & resources. Thinksocialist.com
socialist blog & international news
Party of European Socialists -- the
coalition of European "Socialist,
Social Democratic and Labour Parties of the European Union.
Party of Holland, founded 1972, now Holland's fourth largest
on Trial, the Liverpool City Council, 1983-1987
Socialists of America The DSA is the
official US full member party of the Socialist
International (which includes Tony Blair's UK Labour
Party, the French Parti
Socialiste and 100+ other political parties around the globe).
Unlike other members of the Socialist International, the DSA has
never fielded candidates for office. Instead concentrating on political education and grassroots activists. The other US full member of the Socialist International is
the Social Democrats USA
organization, more centrist and aligned with the Democratic Party. Both DSA and SD-USA each claim the
mantle of Eugene Debs and Norman Thomas.
Party USA --True democratic socialists, advocating electoral change versus
revolutionary change. Staunchly anti-communist. Founded by
labor leader & pacifist Eugene V. Debs in 1900, the SP was once a mighty
national third party. Debs was the SP nominee for president five
times between 1900 and 1920. He received 900,000+ votes (6%) in
1912. Former minister and journalist
Norman Thomas was the SP Presidential
nominee 6 times between 1928 and 1948 -- his best showing 883,000
votes (2.2%) in 1932. The SP also elected congressmen, mayors and other
officials from 1910 to 1950s). The
party's youth wing -- the Young
People's Socialist League -- has been in existence since the 1910s.
This U.S. leftist party advocates a "democratic revolution" and "social,
economic, & political progress" in America. Their agenda reflects
values of Western European socialist and labor
movement -- and similar to those of the Labor
Party. It endorses like-minded Democratic candidates.
-- very active socialist youth
movement in Australia.
Revolutionaryleft.org -- internation forum with different
-- great compilation of Marxist & other socialist information, including a topical
encyclopedia and a huge archive of writings.
large site with theoretical and historical texts on communism, marxist
orthodoxy, and recent revisions of marxism. Vast amounts of stuff to explore.
Nerve -- a radical print zine and on-line news source, SN reports on issues ranging from "Life in Amerika" to the Israeli occupation of Palestine.
SN & affiliated groups publish radical zines, cookbooks, history books,
poetry, fiction. Social Nerve does not have a board of writers, it is based on contributions which are later screened by active members of the SN group. There are however several key contributors from Russia, France, England, and Palestine. The magazine's goal has been to always stress the issues of class-war, poverty, social oppression, and military occupations, and always from a Marxist perspective.
Socialist Movement -- a
collection of Marxist, anti-Leninist parties in English-speaking
counties, with links to affiliated parties.
political party site devoted to advancement of socialism.
2000 -- A
conference sponsored by Rethinking Marxism to "(re)claim utopian
visions for just and human alternatives." September 2000 at
the U. of Mass. at Amherst.
Party of Great Britain -- anti-soviet, independent-line
Marxist group, founded 1908.
Party USA -- The
CPUSA, once the slavish propaganda tool and spy network for the
Soviets, barely exists today. Secret Soviet Politburo
records, made public after the fall of Soviet communism, revealed that
the Soviet Union illegally funneled millions of
dollars to the CPUSA to ensure its survival. The flow of Soviet dollars
to the CPUSA came to an abrupt halt in 1991, crippling it. Founded in 1924, the CPUSA reached its peak vote total in
1932 with nominee William Z. Foster (102,000 votes - 4th place). The
last CPUSA ticket -- featuring the team of Gus Hall and Angela Davis --
was fielded back in 1984 (36,000 votes - 8th place). The CPUSA site has
a stylish looking front page, and features numerous Marxist-Leninist,
pro-Castro and international communist resources. The CPUSA also
maintains online sites for the People's
Weekly World party newspaper and the CPUSA's Young
Communists League youth organization.
Stalin's orders the leaders of the Communist Party USA expelled a
Trotskyite faction in 1938. The exiles formed the SWP, and it functioned
for many years as the leading voice of Trotskyism in the USA. Since the 1980s, the SWP has
drifted away from Trotskyism and moved towards the brand of
"socialism" espoused by Fidel Castro. The SWP sites
calls Castro's Cuba "a shining example for all workers." The SWP has a
youth section called the Young Socialists.
The SWP publishes two newspapers online: The Militant
-- The FSP was
founded in the US 1966 by a group of dissident Trotskyites who broke
away from the Socialist Workers Party. They are "revolutionary feminist internationalists... in the living
tradition of Marx, Engels, Lenin and Trotsky." The FSP has party organizations in the
US, Canada and Australia. In 1998, the FSP fielded a handful of local
candidates in Washington, California and New York.
Equality Party --(US)
This fairly new Trotskyite party,
originally named the Workers League, forme when the Socialist Workers
Party drifted away from Trotskyism. The SEP site, updated daily,
offers news, analysis, & history from a hardcore
internationalist, Trotskyite perspective.
--(US) In 1959 by a pro-Soviet
communist faction of the Socialist Workers Party split off and formed
the WWP. This group supported oppressive Soviet actions: Hungary
in 1956, Czechoslovakia in 1968, and Poland in the early 1980s. They
fielded their first candidate for president in 1980. In 1996 their
presidential candidate Monica Moorehead appeared on the ballot in 12
states and won 29,100 votes. They have a great site graphically, and
offer updated news stories from a communist perspective, with deference
to China (yech!) and Cuba. The militant WWP believes that
"the power of the workers and the oppressed is in the streets, not
in Washington." How true, but these guys are not the ones we
want to be sharing barricades with.
& Freedom Party
--Founded in the
in opposition to the Vietnam War. In 1968 it nominated Black Panther leader Eldridge
Cleaver for President. Cleaver won nearly 37,000 votes (ironically, Cleaver ultimately became a Reagan
Republican in the early 1980s -- then a crack addict in the late 1980s
-- before emerging as an environmental activist in the late 1990s). In
1972 the party ran Benjamin Spock (as sensible in his politics as in his
views on child rearing) for president. The party since these halcyon days has faded into a stew of Marxist-Leninists (aligned with the Workers World Party),
Trotskyites and non-communist left-wing activists. The PFP today is
limited largely to California. In 1996, the WWP unsuccessfully tried to
hijack the PFP's
nomination and its California ballot spot.
Labor Party --
Founded in 1877, a militant democratic socialist party. More moderate
members of the SLP bolted to create the Socialist Party USA in 1901. The
SLP ran Presidential tickets in every election between 1892 and 1976
(the SLP's final presidential candidate won 9,600 votes in the 1976
race). The SLP calls itself the party of "Marxism-DeLeonism." The site features
party history, info on Daniel DeLeon, a Marx-Engels archive, links and
more. The SLP newspaper The People,
first printed in 1891, also publishes regularly updated online editions.
Party USA -- Hard-core Marxist-Leninist political party founded in
1992, very similar to the Communist Party. In Chicago they publish a bi-weekly newspaper named The Worker and a quarterly
"theoretical" journal named The Worker Magazine.
Labor Party -- New York-based
Stalinist-style communist party dedicated to bringing about a
world-wide, armed, communist revolution.
for Socialist Action -- Trotskyite
Socialist Party of the USA -- Marxian utopians
who say that true socialism can only
work when it is established worldwide. They renounce violence,
Soviet-style totalitarianism, money and all forms of leadership. They
envision a classless, "wageless, moneyless, free access
society" without any national borders. They have an
affiliation with the World Socialist party, founded in 1904.
America Coming Together
Underground -- founded on Inauguration Day, January 20, 2001, to protest the illegitimate presidency of George W. Bush and to provide a resource for the exchange and dissemination of liberal and progressive ideas.
"The place to start for progressive education reform, alternative politics,
multicultural community, and a huge collection of progressive resources."
Minnesota party of liberals advocates the legalization of marijuana
and the establishment of a national system of universal health care
(among other things). In general ideology, the GRP is very similar to
the Greens -- but with a much stronger emphasis on marijuana
legalization issues. The GRP fielded their first Presidential nominee --
Dennis Peron -- in 1996 (5,400 votes). In 1996, the GRP won permanent
"major party" ballot status in Vermont. Visit the site
of the more libertarian and "states" rights Vermont
Democrats, USA: Better than Bush
If the soul of Capitalism resides in the Republican
Party, then Capitalism erected the Democratic party as a buffer against
the working classes, so that all the progressive challenges raised by
the American people have been absorbed, co-opted and tamed
by it. As a fortunate "silver lining"
of the process, the Democratic party has delivered essential, basic
reforms that ameliorate the worst of American capitalism and its racist,
hierarchical culture: witness Social Security and the labor laws of
Roosevelt, the Civil Rights laws in the 60's, and the environmental laws
of the 70's.
Party (DNC) Just in case anyone is interested.
Progressive Caucus (Sen. Paul Wellstone and the like), Democratic
Leadership Council (the group of "moderate"
democrats who crafted the party's come-back after Reagan. From
this hoary den has come Bill Clinton, Al Gore, and Bill Bradley). Howard
Dean for President -- his campaign has creatively utilized the
internet to link local grassroots. If radicals ever get their
act together, they could learn something by studying this campaign.
Hill -- for news about Congress.
Industrial Workers of the World, known
as the "Wobblies," was the main US syndicalist union.
101 --"a web archive of the
anarcho-syndicalist and revolutionary union movements."
Stuff about Rudolf Rocker and the Spanish Republic. Also
--"The anarchosyndicalist thought of Rudolph
Rocker." Related to the preceding link.
great big anarchist site, with news, links, anarchist basics,
--"constructive insurrection, cultural mind-fucks and
anarchistic undertakings," plus a really fine mess of anarchist and
fine little site honoring the Yippies of 1968. Useful links
to anarchist resources, activist resources ("as in "how
to"), and sites about "hippies."
The Digger Archives
-- history of the
anarchist guerilla street theater group, "The Diggers," one of the legendary groups in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury.
Name borrowed from the original
Diggers (1649-50) who had a vision of society free from private
property, and all forms of buying and selling.
or "libertarian socialism," prominent in
the Spanish Revolution which Franco and his Fascist
friends destroyed. To find something in the real world close to
Bergonian economic organization, look to the anarcho-sydicalism
workers collectives which briefly flourished in Spain during the
1930's. Had the "good guys" won in this tragic
struggle, leftists around the world would have had another model
besides the worthless obscenity of "red star" socialism.
An informative site
describing classical Bakhunin-inspired
anarchy. You'll find some
militant atheism here.
-- a great site with links, articles, definitions,
histories on anarchism and anarcho-syndicalism. They've been providing free web space for
Anarchist ideas and discussion since 1996. A effort dedicated
to the memory of
Black Cross Federation network of collectives supporting
political prisoners in the US for their work building
resistance and leading movements. As New Afrikan anarchist POW Ojore Nuru Lutalo has so famously stated, "Any movement that does not support its political internees is a sham movement."
Links to anarchist sites
"A is for
Anarchy" --brought to you by the Stone
Soup Collective of Orlando, Florida. A nice example of a
collective's study group. Unfortunately not updated since June
2001. Good links to other anarchist sites, plus a good reading
list. This site states, "At its simplest, anarchism...
aims to create a society within which
individuals freely cooperate as equals without any form of
hierarchical control -- whether by government or by
--A great anarchist site sponsored by what calls itself a
collective of students at UCSD, with plenty of art. They have
a wonderful collection of poster art from the Spanish Civil
--Links to Australian anarchist sites and anarchist
anarchist political fantasy, try Robert Nichol's
tetralogy about "Nghsi-Altai," an imaginary central Asiatic
land, written in the late 1970's (a time when people still had
vision). Once available from New
Also check out Ursula
K. Le Guin's speculative fiction-- especially The
Dispossessed. She explicitly espoused anarchism
Her own web site has
little to say about anarchism, but is still a joy.
Francisco-based "CorpWatch counters
corporate-led globalization through information and activism. CorpWatch helped in the campaign against Nike overseas
sweatshops by releasing a confidential independent audit that exposed
the conditions at a Vietnamese sweatshop. Corpwatch has
focused on the UN's growing entanglement with corporations, and seeks to
re-define the global warming issue as a question of local and global
human rights and environmental justice.
Corporations Rule the World
web site of the "People-Centered Development Forum," which
seeks "a just, inclusive an sustainable world that works for
all," and attacks global corporations as the chief enemy.
This international organization has headquarters in Rome and
the Label -- a multimedia news magazine and on-line community covering the global
clothing industry - the hidden stories of the millions of wage-slaves who make our
clothes and the multinational corporations behind the labels.
a campaign project of the Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile
Employees (UNITE), a union representing more than 250,000 apparel,
textile and other industry workers in the U.S. and Canada.
"Founded by Ralph Nader in 1971, ... the consumer's eyes and ears in Washington....
we fight for safer drugs and medical devices, cleaner and safer energy sources, a cleaner
environment, fair trade, and a more open and democratic government."
They take hard stances against Republican attempts to sabotage
environmental and consumer safety regulation. Currently they
oppose globalization. Their primary focus is lobbying. It
takes guts to descend into the snake pit and talk the snakes into biting
National Democratic Institute for International
"Calling on a global network of volunteer experts, NDI
provides practical assistance to civic and political leaders advancing democratic values,
practices and institutions. NDI works with democrats in every region of the world to build
political and civic organizations, safeguard elections, and promote citizen participation,
openness and accountability in government."
that people must participate actively in their communities to have a whole life.
Communitarian manifesto states in part:
existence nor individual liberty can be sustained for long outside the
interdependent and overlapping communities to which all of us belong. Nor can any
community long survive unless its members dedicate some of their attention, energy, and
projects. The exclusive pursuit of private interest erodes the network of social
which we all depend, and is destructive to our shared experiment in democratic
them your money.
Noam Chomsky's website.
for Peace -- direct action in the service of pro-peace and
for Autonomous Telecommunicans --
Canadian antiwar activists.
Change to Win
-- the unions that broke away from the AFL-CIO have finaly decide to
start acting a little like unions.
Party -- A liberal
political party created by a sizable group of labor unions including the
United Mine Workers, the Longshoremen, American Federation of Government
Employees, California Nurses Association and many labor union locals.
Ideologically, they seem close to the style of the old, labor-friendly
Hubert Humphrey and Scoop Jackson wing of the Democratic Party circa
1960s. A new party, they endorsed their first state and federal
candidates in 1998 in Wyoming ("Green/Labor Alliance").
Similar to the New Party.
Library of Labor & the Left at New York University,
a unique, internationally-known center for scholarly research on
Labor and the Left, focusing on the evolving relationship between trade unionism and progressive politics. Archival, print, photograph, film,
and oral history collections.
--a one issue outfit wrapped in a double entendre.
NORML -- The
National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws has worked for
years to get the heavy hand of government out of matters that don't
concern it. NORML's site offers a lot of research and factual
information about cannabis.