The story of Jewish resistance to the large numbers of Nazis and fascists in Los Angeles during the 1930s and early ’40s is a reminder to remain vigilant.
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer interviews Steven J. Ross, whose new book follows a small group that fought Nazi efforts in America in the 1930s and ’40s. [Transcript added.]
The violent rally in Charlottesville, Va., in August and Trump's repeated defense of the racist gathering marked a turning point in modern America.
At Brooklyn College, which he once attended, the Vermont senator urges graduates to fight back.
European governments, preparing for a round of major summits with Donald Trump, are wary.
Turkey's president rips Germany and the Netherlands for blocking rallies among Turkish expats. Those rallies would support a referendum that could vastly increase Erdogan’s authority.
The lessons of the Holocaust warn against authoritarianism and the danger of a single crisis solidifying power.
Much of the content in the speech seemed borrowed from the mass politics of the 1930s in central and southern Europe.
College-educated elites, on behalf of corporations, carried out the savage neoliberal assault on the working poor. Now these elites are being made to pay. Their duplicity has brought them—and the rest of us—Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.