Fred Weston, editor of In Defence of Marxism, discusses the lessons of the Third International on the centennial of its founding.
How can socialists find a road to the working class? This question is being debated by growing numbers of workers and youth.
The historical pendulum promises an eventual resurgence of the labor movement. The strategic question is: what needs to be in place for a future revolution to succeed?
The old established Churches are in decline, while new fundamentalist churches are emerging and growing. How can we explain this?
The Minneapolis Strike demonstrated the role played by the young forces of American Trotskyism in obtaining gains for workers.
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.
Anyone who wishes to have a fully rounded understanding of Marxism must strive to master his dialectical materialist method.
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.
What exactly does it mean to be a “democratic socialist” or a “social democrat”?
Written five years after Marx’s passing, this work was intended to arm the German working-class movement with the Marxist method.