Written five years after Marx’s passing, this work was intended to arm the German working-class movement with the Marxist method.
Alan Woods, editor of In Defense of Marxism, provides a summary of Marx’s contributions to philosophy.
“The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.”
As millions in the US are looking for a way out of the impasse of the capitalist system, rooting ourselves in the sound foundations of Marxist theory has never been more important.
March 18 marked the anniversary of the beginning of the Paris Commune, where the working class, for the first time in history, took power into its own hands.
The founding document of the Communist movement is more relevant today than when it was first written over 160 years ago.
This short article outlines the most basic—but fundamental—elements of Marxism: its philosophy, understanding of history, and analysis of economics.
Capitalism once played a progressive historic role in dragging humanity out of the impasse of […]
Alan Woods’ introduction to one of the first books produced by Wellred USA. As the title implies, the book includes four Marxist classics: the Communist Manifesto, Socialism: Scientific and Utopian, State and Revolution, and the […]
In this work, Marx explains how prices relate to a commodity’s value and shows where profits actually come from. Another great introduction to Marxist economics.
Why did the Soviet state degenerate into the monstrous bureaucratic regime of Stalin? Leon Trotsky analyzes how it came about, the Soviet state as it was in in the 1930s, the potential for genuine socialism […]
What are the differences between Marxism and anarchism? What relationship have followers of these two philosophies had in the past?