Mark Crispin Miller
Mark Crispin Miller is professor of media studies at New York University and the author of the book: "Fooled Again, How the Right Stole the 2004 Elections".
DSA’s Cuba Letter
Mark Crispin Miller signed an April 2003 Statement on Cuba, initiated and circulated by prominent Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) member Leo Casey, calling for the lifting of trade sanctions against Cuba.
- “a statement circulating among democratic left/socialist folks, largely by members of Democratic Socialists of America, condemning the recent trials and convictions of non-violent dissenters in Cuba”.
The petition criticized Cuba's poor human rights record, but shared the blame for Cuba's problems with reactionary elements of the U.S. administration...
- The democratic left worldwide has opposed the U.S. embargo on Cuba as counterproductive, more harmful to the interests of the Cuban people than helpful to political democratization. The Cuban state's current repression of political dissidents amounts to collaboration with the most reactionary elements of the U.S. administration in their efforts to maintain sanctions and to institute even more punitive measures against Cuba.
Many of the petition's 120 odd signatories were known members of DSA.
In 2003, Democratic Left (Summer edition) interviewed Mark Crispin Miller, author of "The Bush Dyslexicon" and a professor of culture and communication at New York University, about the effects of television on the election of George W.Bush and about his expectations for the future. 
Mark Crispin Miller was one of 100 "prominent Americans" who signed an October 26 2004 statementcirculated by 911Truth.org calling on the U.S. Government to investigate 9/11 as a possible "inside job".
- ...we have assembled 100 notable Americans and 40 family members of those who died to sign this 9/11 Statement, which calls for immediate public attention to unanswered questions that suggest that people within the current administration may indeed have deliberately allowed 9/11 to happen, perhaps as a pretext for war.
World Can't Wait
- James Abourezk, former U.S. Senator, South Dakota
- Rosemary Candelario, pro-choice activist
- Warren Hern MD, Physician and pro-choice activist
- Mark Leno, CA State Assembly
- Mark Crispin Miller, professor & writer
- Tomas Olmos, attorney
- Boots Riley, hip hop performer
- Lynne Stewart, attorney
- Gore Vidal, writer
- Sunsara Taylor, writer
- Howard Zinn, historian
- Cynthia McKinney, former U.S. Congressional Representative, Georgia