The rising tide of support for socialism and communism has generated renewed interest in Michael Parenti’s work. While he brings forward some valuable observations and insights, his method also has significant limitations.
Michael Harrington’s ideas continue to have wide influence, but his American variant of reformism is a political dead end.
In his new book, veteran labor activist Joe Burns addresses what kinds of changes to the structure, strategies, and leadership of the labor unions will be needed in order to drive through the renewal in […]
While Howard Zinn’s book has many positive aspects, Marxists must soberly evaluate its ideas, and above all, its method.
A review of “The First Five Years of the Communist International,” consisting of Trotsky’s writings and speeches on building the Third International. The book is rich with lessons for the workers’ struggle today.
It sometimes feels as though humanity is on the edge of a cliff. Sapiens has earned high praises, promising to explain how we have arrived at this point. But what explanations does the book offer?
Jacobin founder Bhaskar Sunkara recently published a new book. We welcome this contribution, insofar as it provides an opportunity to clarify our perspectives.
Mastering this philosophical method is an essential task for those who want to win the fight for socialism—this task has been made a little easier by the new anthology.
The only way to ensure that people are not alienated from the world around them is to give them genuine control over their lives.
The movement around Bernie Sanders has no future unless it breaks with the Democratic Party.