Carl Davidson

Carl Davidson is a national co-chair of the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism, and  a national board member of the Solidarity Economy Network. In the 1960s, he was a national secretary of Students of a Democratic Society, and a freedom marcher in Mississippi, and a national leader of the Vietnam antiwar movement.Davidson is the founder and executive director of Networking for Democracy. A longtime community technology advocate, Davidson first launched NFD back in 1988, and served as an initial national board member of CTCNet, the nationwide network of CTCs, for three years, and also as a founder of CTCNet Chicago. Today, when not on the road, he resides in Raccoon Twp, Western PA, where he originally grew up and his family still lives.Davidson received his degree in Philosophy from Penn State University and was an instructor in Philosophy at the University of Nebraska in the 1960s.He is also widely known as a writer, and author of several books, the latest of which is 'CyberRadicalism: A New Left for a Global Age,' co-authored with Jerry Harris, and ‘Stopping War, Seeking Justice,' co-authored with Marilyn Katz, available at or For more information, go to or

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