What's Behind the Attacks on the RCP and What's at Stake

alexander cockburn, antiwar, antiwar movement, attacks, attorney general, bob avakian, brian becker, byron york, c. clark kissinger, central park, chairman bob avakian, christopher hitchens, clark, clark kissinger, communist, communist party, communists, david corn, democratic party, democratic society, go home, government, grover norquist, gulf war, heritage foundation, hoover institution, international action center, international monetary fund, international terrorists, interreligious foundation, james woolsey, joseph farah, kissinger, korean war, kurdish worker, la weekly, larry holmes, mao zedong, maoist, maoist revolutionary communist party, mark cooper, merchandise mart, michelle goldberg, mother jones, movement, name, national review, new york post, new york times, nicaraguan contra, not in our name, our name, patriot act, president bush, protect political freedom, revolutionary, revolutionary communist party, revolutionary internationalist movement, revolutionary worker, revolutionary worker online, s. cuban, s. this, saddam hussein, sami al, shining path, smith act, state department, tax reform, terrorism act, that is, tom de, vietnam war, war, war protests, washington monument, washington post, washington times, white house, william j. bennett, world, world bank, world trade center, york