A Workers World article seems to promise more to come:
The writer of the Workers World article is Dianne Mathiowetz, an activist long associated with Leftist organizing in Atlanta. She's been other places too. Two years ago, Atlanta Progressive News reported Mathiowetz lost a finger in an accident while working with Brigadistas in Cuba.
For years, Mathiowetz has campaigned for Marxist ideals. In 1999, she wrote:
Karl Marx and Frederick Engels never saw the inside of a modern auto factory. They never felt the heat or smelled the fumes of huge robot spot welders.
But they profoundly understood the situation of the working class when they closed this revolutionary pamphlet, this guide for liberation, with the call for workers of the world to unite.
We have nothing to lose but our chains.How many of those rushing to join the current immigration protests understand the larger ideology of some of those who are pushing the cause?