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.
Although poor leadership will lead a movement to disaster, a farsighted and self-sacrificing leadership can make the difference between victory and defeat.
We republish here for our organization-wide reading a summary of Marx’s contribution to philosophy by Alan Woods.
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.
On the twentieth anniversary of the first publication of Reason in Revolt—Marxist Philosophy and Modern Science, we are proud to announce its republication in e-book format by Wellred Books in the near future.
A short introduction to the basic elements of Marxism and why socialism is the only way forward for humanity.
From where does the “utopia of equality” idea arise?
It may seem odd to be reviewing a book that is now past its twelfth birthday, but the content of this book is incredibly relevant to today’s world, and a proper understanding of its virtues and failings may prove useful in light of recent events.
A review of the recently published book by Alan Woods, Marxism and Anarchism, which analyzes these two trends through their respective origins, thinkers, and class base.
Many Americans seem to have a fascinating obsession with a romantic, idealized version of capitalism—one that has never actually existed. There is a tendency to believe that somehow we’ve just gotten off track—we’ve somehow lost sight of the morals, ethics, and principles that the great Founding Fathers embodied when they formed our government. “Capitalism isn’t the problem—it’s crony capitalism that’s the problem!”
The past two decades have witnessed a barrage of propaganda against Marxism and its revolutionary heritage. We examine here the most common myths about Marxism and socialism.
Centuries of scientific research and investigation have helped to propel society forwards and improve the lives of millions. But, as with all other areas of society, the senility and decay of capitalism is now being reflected in the question of science , and many are starting to worry about the reliability of research.