In the second part of his reply to the White House’s slanders against socialism, Alan Woods addresses the reality of life for American workers under capitalism.
The role of philosophy in the modern epoch must be that of facilitating the work of the socialist revolution, combating false ideas, and providing a rational explanation of the most important manifestations of our age.
Alan Woods, editor of In Defense of Marxism, replies to the White House report on socialism, and investigates why socialist ideas are gaining ground in the US.
Despite the talk of peace and humanitarianism, the strikes on Syria reveal the cynical interests of US imperialism in the Middle East.
After all the noisy propaganda and maneuvers at the United Nations, the so-called Syrian ceasefire has broken down suddenly. In reality it was an abortion that was dead even before it was born.
On the 170th anniversary of the Manifesto, and 200 years since Marx’s birth, the document is more relevant than ever for new generations of revolutionary socialists.
Alan Woods discusses the current turbulence and volatility in the global economic, political, and social situation.
The old world order is dead and in its place we are faced with a future of instability and conflict, the outcome of which nobody can predict.
On Wednesday, November 9, the “free world” woke up to find it had a new leader. Donald J. Trump had been elected the 45th president of the United States of America.
The saying goes that there are lies, damned lies, and statistics. To this list we must add diplomacy, which is lying raised to the level of an art form.
En la antigua Roma, la clase dominante mantenía su posición en el poder, ofreciendo al pueblo pan y circo. Ayer [26 de septiembre] millones de personas vieron el primer debate de la campaña a las […]
English has more words than any other European language. This is the result of its peculiar historical evolution.