The Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 marked a fundamental break with the old order and the beginning of the socialist transformation of society.
Many American workers aren’t aware of the time when the US nearly had a mass socialist party of the working class.
Neither Carnegie nor Frick are responsible for the growth of Pittsburgh.
One hundred years ago today, on January 13, 1917, just weeks before the collapse of tsarism, the thirty-eight-year-old Trotsky arrived in New York City.
We are republishing this article on the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, first published on the 40th anniversary in Socialist Appeal.
The rise of the Corbyn movement in Britain have resulted in a renewed interest in the Militant—the Marxist tendency in the labor movement that became a household name.
Alan explains the background to Trotsky’s masterpiece, which provides an analysis of the degeneration of the Soviet Union from a democratic workers’ state into the Stalinist bureaucratic regime.
Today marks the 42nd anniversary of the Portuguese Revolution. On this occasion we recommend the following analysis, written by Alan Woods in 1974.
In its ascendant phase, the Russian Revolution enacted the most progressive laws of its time as a step towards the liberation of all the oppressed.
At the 2015 British Labour Party conference, shortly after Jeremy Corbyn’s victory as party leader, Labour members voted in favor of a motion from Unite (Britain’s biggest union) to only support air strikes on Syria […]
An at-length study of biblical history by Alan Woods. Religion is not the motor force of history, but great social changes are expressed through changes in religion.
It has been said that when the cannons are heard, the muses are silent. However, to every rule there is an exception.