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Until his assassination in 1968, Martin Luther King Jr led an unheralded struggle for economic justice.
How one of the greatest American socialists ended up on the wrong side of history.
For a few brief weeks in France, not just a government but an entire system was called into question.
More than triple the bombs dropped in World War II devastated Southeast Asia.
How Ramparts went from Catholic literary magazine to the vanguard of the New Left.
Mao’s Little Red Book united student radicals with Third World guerrillas.
Luciana Castellina on the real ’68.
Just ten days before the 1968 Olympics, hundreds of protesters lay dead in a Mexico City square.
George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead showed a new society devouring the old.
In the late sixties, radical architects expressed their scorn in satirical utopias, where the world’s landmarks and landscapes are eaten up by the power of capital.
Before 1968, we felt confident in everything. Afterwards, we knew everything had to change.
How the Green Party wunderkind transformed German capitalism, and with it, himself.
For every American won over to radicalism in 1968, there was another captured by George Wallace’s right-wing populism.
Rich people today mostly post Instagram photos of themselves. They used to sometimes do left-wing politics too.
How the FBI broke into the revolution business.
We reach hundreds of thousands — we need socialist media that reaches hundreds of millions.
As the Vietnam War dragged on, soldiers took matters into their own hands.
How Students for a Democratic Society went from building a mass movement to embracing the politics of self-destruction.