Fred Weston, editor of In Defence of Marxism, discusses the lessons of the Third International on the centennial of its founding.
A recent Netflix show, produced by Russian state television, is a scandalous misrepresentation of Trotsky’s life and the October Revolution.
In the final installment of Alan Woods’ reply to the White House’s slanders against socialism, he discusses the terrible financial and human cost of American capitalist imperialism.
In the third part of Alan Woods’ reply to Trump’s advisers’ “critique” of socialism, he addresses their gross mischaracterization of the Nordic economies, Venezuela, and the USSR.
In the second part of his reply to the White House’s slanders against socialism, Alan Woods addresses the reality of life for American workers under capitalism.
How can we reach the masses? This question has been at the center of revolutionary debate since the birth of the socialist movement.
Socialists have long been at the forefront of the struggle for gender equality.
No other event in human history has been the subject of more distortions than the Russian Revolution.
“On the 3rd of April Lenin arrived in Petrograd from abroad. Only from that moment does the Bolshevik Party begin to speak out loud, and, what is more important, with its own voice.” — Leon Trotsky
We reproduce here an article from 1988 which examines the position of women in the former USSR.