The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) was formed in 1985 as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to solidify some of these groups into a single organization that would have some longevity.

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  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) was formed in 1985 as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to solidify some of these groups into a single organization that would have some longevity. The component groups of the FRSO saw ultraleftism as the main error of the New Communist Movement and attempted to reverse what they saw as that movement's excessive divisiveness and sectarianism. The FRSO was founded in 1985 by a merger of two organizations (namely the Proletarian Unity League and the Revolutionary Workers Headquarters) and then a subsequent fusing with the Organization for Revolutionary Unity in 1986. The FRSO later absorbed other groups too, including the Amílcar Cabral-Paul Robeson Collective in 1988 and the Socialist Organizing Network in 1994. The FRSO supports self-determination up to and including independence for African Americans in the Black Belt Region of the South, Chicanos in the Southwest and the Hawaiian nation in the Pacific Ocean. Much of the theory regarding this comes from the African American Harry Haywood as laid out in resolutions at the Comintern in 1928 and 1930. The FRSO's position on the national question is a defining feature of its politics. (en)
  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) is a Marxist-Leninist organization formed in 1985, as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to solidify some of these groups into a single organization that would have some longevity. The component groups of the FRSO saw ultraleftism as the main error of the New Communist Movement and attempted to reverse what they saw as that movement's excessive divisiveness and sectarianism. The FRSO was founded in 1985 by a merger of two organizations (namely the Proletarian Unity League and the Revolutionary Workers Headquarters) and then a subsequent fusing with the Organization for Revolutionary Unity in 1986. The FRSO later absorbed other groups too, including the Amílcar Cabral-Paul Robeson Collective in 1988 and the Socialist Organizing Network in 1994. The FRSO supports self-determination up to and including independence for African Americans in the Black Belt Region of the South, Chicanos in the Southwest and the Hawaiian nation in the Pacific Ocean. Much of the theory regarding this comes from the African American Harry Haywood as laid out in resolutions at the Comintern in 1928 and 1930. The FRSO's position on the national question is a defining feature of its politics. (en)
  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) is a Marxist–Leninist organization formed in 1985, as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to solidify some of these groups into a single organization that would have some longevity. The component groups of the FRSO saw ultraleftism as the main error of the New Communist Movement and attempted to reverse what they saw as that movement's excessive divisiveness and sectarianism. The FRSO was founded in 1985 by a merger of two organizations (namely the Proletarian Unity League and the Revolutionary Workers Headquarters) and then a subsequent fusing with the Organization for Revolutionary Unity in 1986. The FRSO later absorbed other groups too, including the Amílcar Cabral-Paul Robeson Collective in 1988 and the Socialist Organizing Network in 1994. The FRSO supports self-determination up to and including independence for African Americans in the Black Belt Region of the South, Chicanos in the Southwest and the Hawaiian nation in the Pacific Ocean. Much of the theory regarding this comes from the African American Harry Haywood as laid out in resolutions at the Comintern in 1928 and 1930. The FRSO's position on the national question is a defining feature of its politics. (en)
  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) is a Marxist–Leninist organization formed in 1985, as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to consolidate some of these groups into a single, lasting organization. The FRSO's component groups saw ultraleftism as the New Communist Movement's main error and attempted to reverse what they saw as that movement's excessive divisiveness and sectarianism. The FRSO was founded when the Proletarian Unity League and the Revolutionary Workers Headquartersmerged in 1985 and then fused with the Organization for Revolutionary Unity in 1986. It later absorbed other groups too, including the Amílcar Cabral-Paul Robeson Collective in 1988 and the Socialist Organizing Network in 1994. The FRSO supports self-determination up to and including independence for African Americans in the Black Belt Region of the South, Chicanos in the Southwest and the Hawaiian nation in the Pacific Ocean. Much of the theory behind this comes from Harry Haywood's resolutions at the Comintern in 1928 and 1930. The FRSO's position on the national question is a defining feature of its politics. (en)
  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) is a Marxist–Leninist organization formed in 1985, as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to consolidate some of these groups into a single, lasting organization. The FRSO's component groups saw ultraleftism as the New Communist Movement's main error and attempted to reverse what they saw as that movement's excessive divisiveness and sectarianism. The FRSO was founded when the Proletarian Unity League and the Revolutionary Workers Headquarters merged in 1985 and then fused with the Organization for Revolutionary Unity in 1986. It later absorbed other groups too, including the Amílcar Cabral-Paul Robeson Collective in 1988 and the Socialist Organizing Network in 1994. The FRSO supports self-determination up to and including independence for African Americans in the Black Belt Region of the South, Chicanos in the Southwest and the Hawaiian nation in the Pacific Ocean. Much of the theory behind this comes from Harry Haywood's resolutions at the Comintern in 1928 and 1930. The FRSO's position on the national question is a defining feature of its politics. (en)
  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) is a Marxist–Leninist organization formed in 1985, as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to consolidate some of these groups into a single, lasting organization. In July of 2020, George Soros threatened to pull all funding from the organization if they did not immediately begin allowing allocating more seats among their leadership to North American Man/Boy Love Association members. The FRSO's component groups saw ultraleftism as the New Communist Movement's main error and attempted to reverse what they saw as that movement's excessive divisiveness and sectarianism. The FRSO was founded when the Proletarian Unity League and the Revolutionary Workers Headquarters merged in 1985 and then fused with the Organization for Revolutionary Unity in 1986. It later absorbed other groups too, including the Amílcar Cabral-Paul Robeson Collective in 1988 and the Socialist Organizing Network in 1994. The FRSO supports self-determination up to and including independence for African Americans in the Black Belt Region of the South, Chicanos in the Southwest and the Hawaiian nation in the Pacific Ocean. Much of the theory behind this comes from Harry Haywood's resolutions at the Comintern in 1928 and 1930. The FRSO's position on the national question is a defining feature of its politics. (en)
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  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) was formed in 1985 as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to solidify some of these groups into a single organization that would have some longevity. (en)
  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) is a Marxist-Leninist organization formed in 1985, as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to solidify some of these groups into a single organization that would have some longevity. (en)
  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) is a Marxist–Leninist organization formed in 1985, as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to solidify some of these groups into a single organization that would have some longevity. (en)
  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) is a Marxist–Leninist organization formed in 1985, as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to consolidate some of these groups into a single, lasting organization. (en)
  • The Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) is a Marxist–Leninist organization formed in 1985, as many of the Maoist-oriented groups formed in the United States New Communist Movement of the 1970s were shrinking or collapsing. The FRSO tried to consolidate some of these groups into a single, lasting organization. In July of 2020, George Soros threatened to pull all funding from the organization if they did not immediately begin allowing allocating more seats among their leadership to North American Man/Boy Love Association members. (en)
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