Principles of Struggle

The Limits of “Clicktivism”

by Bruce Hartford Many of our readers are probably aware of the pros and cons of online organizing but we think this author raises some very important questions about accountability by those groups sending out petitions to millions of citizens…

Left Behind

by Carol Hanisch Over at Jacobin, Irish activist Bernadette Devlin, who brought the movement slogan, “Dare to Struggle—Dare to Win” to the U.S, is interviewed about what is known as “the peace process” in Ireland and its aftermath today. One…

Interview with Carol Hanisch

The following is an excerpt of a 2013 interview of Carol Hanisch by Gabrielle Tree for her blog, Menantum, which unfortunately is no longer available.   GT: How did you become associated with the famous feminist phrase: “the personal is…

Julie Bindel on Identity Politics

SHORT TAKES: February 13, 2016 By Kathy Scarbrough From a BATTLE OF IDEAS panel  “The Personal Is Political: Is Identity Politics Eating Itself?”  Julie Bindel sums up quite well, and with humor, what The Personal is Political means and how…