A recent Netflix show, produced by Russian state television, is a scandalous misrepresentation of Trotsky’s life and the October Revolution.
We’re subjected to a daily parade of gruesome examples of how the bony hand of capitalism, in its period of senile decay, threatens to pull humanity into an abyss of barbarism.
Between January 2017 and April 2018, more than a third of the largest newspapers in the United States laid off workers.
Communist director and rapper Boots Riley promotes socialist revolution with his new movie “Sorry To Bother You.”
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 future of art is linked inextricably to the future of humanity as a whole and the political struggle against capitalism must necessarily find an expression in art.