Originally published as part of Marxism and the USA By Alan Woods, available from Wellred USA. "The present work began life as a draft introduction to the American edition of Reason in Revolt. Starting out […]
Seventy years ago, one of the most important episodes of American labor was begun in the auto plants of Flint, Michigan. As the United Auto Workers (UAW) and General Motors (GM) faced off in a […]
The United States is the richest and most powerful country on the planet. Yet despite this, the poison of racism remains an integral part of America.
After decades of relative prosperity, peace and stability, the world of the American worker has been turned upside down. The depth of the distrust felt by millions of Americans was revealed in a Reuters/DecisionQuest poll […]
To understand the present war that is taking place in Afghanistan, one must take into consideration the factors that have shaped the history of this tragic land. Doctor Zayar gives an overview of the history […]
While middle class feminists regard the oppression of women as an inherent biological trait of men, Marxism explains that the root of women’s oppression lies not in biology, but in social conditions.
This article focuses on the background of Bush’s foreign policy, the issue of National Missile Defense, and Latin America.
A brief look at Trotsky’s tremendous contribution in the struggle against fascism.
This document outlines the first steps given by Marxism to fight for women’s rights, what the first successful revolution meant for the emancipation of women, conditions of women under capitalism both in advanced and Third […]