Reflections

How the Soldier’s Revolt Ended the Vietnam War

“The army reported 126 fraggings in 1969, 271 in 1970 and 333 in 1971, when they stopped keeping count,” explains Joel Geier at anti-empire.com.

Shootings at Kent State, May 4, 1970

Shootings at Kent State, May 4, 1970

Jon Oplinger was wounded in Vietnam and came home to pursue a doctorate in sociology at Kent State. This is his account of the massacre .

John Prine, Presente!

John Prine, Presente!

Popular folk singer-songwriter John Prine died yesterday at the age of 73. A survivor of heart disease and cancer, his...

In a Fallen, Violent World

In a Fallen, Violent World

by Emma Paradis. There are not many prominent figures whose message is so aggressively stifled and twisted as Jesus Christ. Would you list him alongside anti-capitalist, anti-cis-hetero-patriarchy revolutionaries?