Paul Buhle

Paul Buhle is a retired historian, and co-founder, with Scott Molloy, of an oral history project on blue collar Rhode Islanders.

John Brown’s Body Today

Why Does W.E.B. Du Bois Matter Today?

When Solidarity Mattered: the Seattle General Strike

The Return of the Antiwar Movement: Memories and Intimations

Chicago Cops: The Torture Machine, Unending

Using the Law to Build a Socialist Society

Life and Crime in Blue Collar Rhode Island

Who Would Believe It? Annals of the New Left Era

The Russians are Coming!

The American Left: Seven Poems

A Caribbean Giant Passes: Wilson Harris, RIP

Insidious Philanthropy

The Ecosocialism of Joel Kovel

The CIA and the Intellectuals…Again

Those Radical Bohemians!

While Elections Come and Go, Marx Remains

Criminalizing the Struggle: Incarceration and the Rise of the Neoliberal State

Why “Snowden” is Important (or How Kafka Foresaw the Juggernaut State)

Vietnam and the Things We Must Never Forget

In the Shadow of the CIA: Liberalism’s Big Embarrassing Moment

Good Summer Reading on the Left

Why Clinton Has Already Lost Wisconsin

Labor’s Sell-Out and the Sanders Campaign

The Crash of Democratic Values

The CIA Coup That Remade the Middle East