It’s Not Over
Learning From the Socialist Experiment
A comprehensive historical study to understand today's world and find a better world tomorrow.
The path to a better world can’t be found without knowledge of history. "It’s Not Over" analyzes attempts to supplant capitalism in the past in order to draw lessons for emerging and future movements that seek to overcome the political and economic crises of today. This history is presented through the words and actions of the men and women who made these revolutions, and the everyday experiences of the millions of people who put new revolutionary ideas into practice under the pressures of enormous internal and external forces. This is history that can be applied to today’s struggles to shape our world, in which new ideas are emerging to bring about the economic democracy that is indispensable to a rational and sustainable future.
David J. Blacker
Our education system is chained to the hold of a sinking capitalist ship. Is there any escape?
Aaron J. Leonard
Conor A. Gallagher
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