The Third International became a vital school of revolutionary ideas and strategy. Rob Sewell (editor of Socialist Appeal, British journal of the IMT) looks back on this momentous event.
As for the liberation of imperialist-dominated countries, Mao had nothing but detrimental policies to offer.
The historical struggle for “forty acres and a mule” demonstrates that inequality, racism, and oppression are hardwired into capitalism.
For those of us who have had the privilege of fighting for the building of a genuine Trotskyist international, the discovery of this missing letter was a very inspiring experience.
How can we reach the masses? This question has been at the center of revolutionary debate since the birth of the socialist movement.
The fight for equality—not only in theory, but in practice—is an integral part of Marxism. Only working class unity can defeat the capitalists and lay the basis for ending oppression.
Socialists have long been at the forefront of the struggle for gender equality.
If we are to have a genuinely revolutionary understanding of society, we have to throw the light of Marxist analysis on even the most shadowy corners of the bourgeois state, including constitutional law.
No other event in human history has been the subject of more distortions than the Russian Revolution.
Successful strikes require preparation and leadership with a clear, class-independent vision. Our aim is not to let off steam but to challenge the bosses’ right to rule.
The struggle against gender oppression and sexual orientation-based discrimination has developed into mass movements in many countries. These protests have within them an intrinsic revolutionary potential.
Donald Trump’s latest threat, that North Korea would face “fire and fury like the world has never seen”, has sparked speculation in the media over the possibility of a nuclear conflict.