Education/Research

General

About.com

eHow.com – “Trusted advice for the curious life”

Wikipedia – Assuming you have convenient access to the internet, there is no excuse for you to be ignorant. This site is a tremendous resource! Use it as a starting point for all research! Also, don’t forget about these other wonderful Wikimedia resources: Wikibooks, Wikimedia Commons, Wikiquote, Wikisource, Wikiversity, Wiktionary

Political Theory

Marxists Internet Archive – Thousands of radical documents for free!

Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library – “An alternative library for social research”

Revolutionary Spirit – “Theoretical Journal of the American Party of Labor”

The Espresso Stalinist – “Wake Up to the Smell of Class Struggle”

What’s Left – Visit this blog to really find out “what’s left” . . . and what’s not.

History

History Is A Weapon – A great course in radical theory, history and praxis!

Sociology/Psychology

SociopathWorld – a disturbing, but highly informative blog run by an admitted sociopath. All people of good conscience need to be able to identify these monsters. In the U.S. they are estimated to be up to 4% of the population (we think it’s more than that), but you should always assume that any bourgeois is a sociopath and treat them accordingly.

The Authoritarians by Bob Altemayer – A free online book by a psychologist who exhaustively explains the pathological mindset behind conservative personalities.

Who Rules America? – A website based on the book of the same name; it is the preeminent study of the u.s. ruling class and definitive proof that America is not a democracy, but is instead a dollar dictatorship ruled by the super-rich capitalist class.

Research/Government Documents

Mary Ferrell Foundation – “. . . engaged in an ongoing effort to bring accessible and interactive history to a new generation of critical thinkers.”

The National Security Archive – George Washington University’s archive of declassified government documents.

WikiLeaks

Languages

FSI Language Courses – Language courses developed by the U.S. government that are in the public domain.

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