Marty Glaberman

Marty Glaberman was a long-time socialist and close collaborator of C.L.R. James. He was a historian, writer and autoworker. The anthology of his writings,Punching Out: & Other Writings along with Wartime Strikes: The Struggle Against the Nostrike Pledge in the UAW During World War II reveal the rank-and-file orientation of the James current.

Letters to the Editors, on C.L.R. James
Against the Current, No. 92, May/June 2001

Letter to the Editors
Against the Current, No. 86, May/June 2000

On Marxism and Method
Against the Current, No. 76, September/October 1998

Remembering C.L.R. James
Against the Current, No. 72, January/February 1998

Letter to the Editors
Against the Current, No. 66, January/February 1997

C.L.R. James' Collected Works
Against the Current, No. 37, March/April 1992

George Rawick, Socialist & Historian
Against the Current, No. 32, May/June 1991

The House that Montgomery Built
Against the Current, No. 25, March/April 1990