Partial archive of Common Voice, an online journal published in association with the World in Common group. The journal is inspired by the Discussion Bulletin published for many years by Frank Girard but which regrettably ceased publication in 2003. Like Frank's journal our aim is to give a voice to the 'thin red/black line' of the anti-market, anti-statist political sector, weaving together its diverse strands of thinking.
This 2010 book is a worthy account of the life and works of one of America’s unsung working class heroes, Isaac Rabinowich, commonly known as Rab. Through the medium of his granddaughter’s personal account of Rab’s family life, it is particularly valuable to be able to view a Socialist such as Rab as a real person, tolerant and enlightened, not just a faceless propagandist. Well illustrated, this is a useful and thought-provoking book, carried out in a charmingly eccentric style. The story of Rab is, in a sense, the story of real Socialism in America.
Issue of The Raven from winter 1994, containing a decent article on the restoration of democracy in Haiti by Noam Chomsky. Much of the rest of the content is poor and reproduced for reference only.