Return to Table of Contents Marxism and the U.S.A. was the first title produced by […]
This brief history of the class struggle in the United States illustrates that the ideas of Marxism, socialism and communism aren’t at all alien to “the land of opportunity.”
Recently the Spanish Marxist Tendency Lucha de Clases published a new edition of Felix Morrow’s classic Revolution and Counterrevolution in Spain with a new introduction by Alan Woods. The launch meetings in Spain have been a great success and […]
This is the first chapter of the biography of Ted Grant, written by his friend and collaborator for more than 50 years, Alan Woods. It describes Ted Grant’s childhood and early life in South Africa, […]
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.
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 […]
What are the differences between Marxism and anarchism? What relationship have followers of these two philosophies had in the past?