Vaccine nationalism demonstrates that capitalism is unable to deal with a virus that has no respect for borders, profit margins, or national interests.
Members of the IMT have joined the picket lines of locked-out Marathon oil refinery workers in the Twin Cities. We fully support the demands of Local 120.
We received the sad news that Hans-Gerd Öfinger, a long-standing member of our international and leading comrade of our German section, has passed away.
IMT comrades in Italy send us this exciting report of a nationwide strike of Amazon workers on March 22. These workers also sent a message of solidarity to the brothers and sisters in Bessemer, Alabama.
In this episode of our Civil War podcast series, John Peterson analyzes the events of the war itself, all the way from secession to the Emancipation Proclamation.
On April 10, the Marxist tendency in Britain, Socialist Appeal, will host a day-long event on the revolutionary philosophy of Marxism.
The pandemic is out of control in Brazil. The Bolsonaro government is centrally responsible for this situation, and his actions are at the service of the economic interests of the big business owners.
The Atlanta attacks have brought the poison of anti-Asian racism to the forefront. The increase in this racist violence is a continuation of decades of discrimination, built into the foundations of American capitalism.
The insanity of a vaccine trade war in the middle of a pandemic is positive proof of the irrational, decrepit state of the capitalist system.
Alan Woods provides an overview of Lenin’s arguments in “Materialism and Empirico-Criticism,” and mounts a defense of materialism against the obscurantist, postmodernist nonsense on university campuses today.
This introduction provides the historical background and context necessary for all interested readers to follow Marx’s analysis of the Paris Commune.
The horrific murder of Sarah Everard has led to an eruption of anger and protest. To end violence against women, we must fight to end capitalism.