-- a revolutionary literary zine
Struggle is an anti-establishment,
revolutionary literary journal oriented to the working-class
struggle. We seek to reach "disgruntled"
workers, dissatisfied youth and all the oppressed and
abused and inspire them to fight the rich capitalist rulers of the U.S.
and the planet.
Struggle is open to a variety of artistic
and literary forms and anti-establishment political and
cultural views. We look for works with
artistic power which rebel against some element of the
capitalist power structure or against the system itself.
Some past editorials
- The new issue and some political problems - Editorial of the Spring -Summer 2013 issue, vol. 29, #1-2.
- Class warfare brought into the open by the Occupy movement! - Editorial of the Spring-Summer 2012 issue, vol. 28, #1-2
- Hail the rebellions of the Arab Spring! - Editorial of the Spring-Summer 2011 issue of Struggle, vol. 27, #1&2
- Struggle begins 26th year of
developing proletarian revolutionary literature - Editorial of the
Spring-Summer 2010 issue, vol.26,
- Capitalism is bankrupt! We need a geuine workers'
socialism! - Editorial of the Summer-Fall 2009 issue, vol. 25,
and after the election . . . For Real Change,
Working Class Needs its Own
Movement! - Editorial of the Summer-Fall 2008 issue, vol. 24,
Americans Fight Savage In-Justice System
- Editorial of the Fall-Winter 2007-8, vol.
Rights for Immigrants Now! - Editorial of the Spring-Summer
2006 issue of Struggle,
vol. 22 #1&2.
Readers Come Through -- Struggle Magazine
Continues! Struggle editorial which
defends the anti-draft movement of the 1960s from the sneers of the
Editorial of the Vol. 19 #2/Vol. 20 #1 double issue.
Dog has Caught the Car, Struggle
editorial condemning the US/UK occupation of Iraq,
vol. 19, #1.
Current World Crisis and Working-class Fiction:, Struggle
editorial, vol. 18, #1
- Struggle editorial
of Struggle magazine on the events of
September 11 (September 29): "history did
not begin all over again on September 11. The politics that led up to
this incident continue
now, after it, with greater intensity."
Taliban Waltz - scion of Texas oil, scion of Saudi
construction, throw airplanes at each
other but only hit proles - they are not enemies! They are dancing -
the Taliban waltz!
in Genoa" -- about the police murder of Carlo Giuliani at the
G-8 protest in
Genoa, Italy, from the Fall 2001 issue (5K)
- About The
Persian Gulf War Cycle, a series of poems written during and
after the first
American aggressive war in the Persian Gulf, by the editor of Struggle
Literature Past -- Harbinger of the Future Class Struggle" --
editorial of the
Summer 2001 issue (vol. 17, #1)
that the Election Farce Is Over . . ." and "Why
'Proletarian' Literature?" -- editorials of
the Winter 2000-01 issue (vol. 16, #4)
- "London, Seattle -- Continue the Battle!" -- editorial of
the Summer-Fall 2000 double issue
(vol. 16, #2-3)
- "Blacks imprisoned in `Bastilles for the poor'" -- editorial of
the Fall-Winter 1999/2000
double issue (vol. 15, #2-3)
notes for Struggle, vol. 14, #4: Whose
weapons of mass destruction? The response to
the urgent fund appeal? Etc. (5K)
about Women, Struggle editorial, vol.
14, #2-3 (4K)
- Slick Willy Falls on Face; or War
Anti-War Writing: Struggle editorial,
black writing and other topics: Struggle
editorial, vol. 13, #3-4 (27K)
American gulag, "eternal" values, anarchism, factionalism,
and more: Struggle editorial
-- controversies and letters, vol. 13, #1-2 (48K)
letters and views: Struggle editorial,
vol. 12, #1-2 (31K)
polemic continues: Struggle editorial
and letters, vol. 11, #4 (44K)
Roger Shattuck's views on politics and literature, and about
Struggle editorial, vol. 11, #2-3 (10K)
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