Some Lessons from the Labor Party Experience of the 1990s

By Alan Benjamin (September 2005) The Labor Party that was founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1996 is hanging by a thin thread. It exists in name only with a tiny apparatus. The LP’s collapse can be attributed in part to the LP leadership’s refusal to stake out a genuinely independent course against the Democrats andContinue reading “Some Lessons from the Labor Party Experience of the 1990s”