Tom O'Lincoln

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Tom O'Lincoln is an American born Marxist historian, author and one of the founders of the International Socialist Tendency in Australia.[1] He attended UC Berkeley in 1966 and joined the International Socialists who had participated in the Free Speech Movement two years earlier. He has produced first-hand accounts of the 1974-5 revolution in Portugal, the Sandinistas in Nicaragua, the Philippines after the downfall of Ferdinand Marcos, the USSR under Mikhail Gorbachev, and the upheavals against Suharto in Indonesia.[2] He is currently a member of the Trotskyist organisation Socialist Alternative, as well as its electoral alliance party Victorian Socialists, and an editor of the online journal Marxist Interventions.[3]

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  1. ^ "Who’s who on this site" Marxist interventions, 2009. Accessed: July 3, 2009.
  2. ^ "Highlights" Marxism 2009. Accessed: July 3, 2009.
  3. ^ "Marxist interventions 1, 2009" Marxist interventions, 2009. Accessed: July 3, 2009.