The Carnival of Socialism # 40 is here. At it's description profile it says, "The Carnival of Socialism attempts to bring a fortnightly round up of everything that's going on in the global socialist blogosphere." Hopfully this carnival, will introduce a few new blogs for your consideration, at other carnivals as well.
Kasama caught my interest with a post entitled Mao Zedong: Should Reactionaries Have Free Speech?.
American Left History should be a regular stop on your blog reading. This blog centers on American history and culture, from a socialist view. Markin's love of history and art shine through.
The Third Estate managed to interview political icon in the UK Tony Benn.
Left in East Dakota notes Obama's base being disillusioned with him.
Worker's Press criritiques Obama on healthcare.
River's Edge notes that the UK anti-terror units, only find rightist plots, "it is invariably more by luck than by design".
Vengeance and Fashion has an interesting post about a schoolteacher who was abused by his students and snapped. There are Facebook groups supporting both sides. It is unusual for socialists to write about such a subject so close to home.
The Trotsky Museum has a blog of its own.
Querida Celia Hart Is a Spanish blog that honors Celia Hart Santamaria, the Cuban revolutionary who died last year in an auto accident related to the Cuban Hurricane. Celia opened doors for socialist democracy in Cuba.
From Turkey Mehmet Çagatay writes about Michael Jackson.
The Red Mantis tackles Iranian unrest, and asks who leads and where is it going?
Histomat replies to a BBC documentary about Leon Trotsky, based on the book The Exile and Murder of Leon Trotsky. Histomat writes, "Just as Stalin smeared the Jewish Trotsky as an agent of Hitler, so Richard Overy describes Trotsky's supporters as a 'motley crew', while Trotsky himself suffered from a 'blindness to any sense of humanity' and apparently 'never had any scruples about killing those in the way of the Marxist utopia'. It is a pity that Overy has seemingly not made time to read Trotsky's Their Morals and Ours where he answered exactly Overy's critique about 'moral scruple' over seventy years ago:"
Socialism or Barbarism reviews the Irish economy, in a two part series.
Celticfire writes about a Portland transit riders union.
The Daily Maybe discovered the Trotskyist soft drink Red Kola.
Untouchable Earth writes from India about the will of the Iranian people. This blog is oriented to socialism, art and astronomy.
Madam Miaow gives us good analysis of the Uighur uprising in China. At my local coffeeshop Madam Miaow's blog is blocked by the computer's filtering software. What's wrong with Anna Mae Wong?
A Reader's Word from India, takes on the myth of micro finance.
The next Carnival will be August 02, 2009 at Red Wombat