Issue 43 of In Defence of Marxism magazine focuses on the struggle for communism and provides a number of important lessons from the history of the Soviet Union and the failed German Revolution.
In this article Fred Weston examines whether the working class is in fact disappearing or has even disappeared as many so called “intellectuals” claim.
For the last century, academics have been attempting to distort Marx’s ideas. The task of genuine Marxists is to fight all petty-bourgeois distortions and to maintain the traditions of revolutionary Marxism.
As the pace of history accelerates, humanity is approaching a decisive crossroads, and we must have a sense of urgency. Fortunately, the communists are not merely coming—we are already here!
The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte remains not only a classic of Marxist theory but one of the greatest works of political analysis ever written.
The latest issue of In Defence of Marxism, the IMT’s theoretical journal, looks at the Marxist view of the state and the role of the individual in history.
What gives the revolutionary forces of Bolshevism order and strength is not merely discipline and commitment, but confidence in our guiding principles, the rightness of which is tested and confirmed by the experience of the […]
Prostitution is one of the component parts of the oppression that women suffer in class societies. Until capitalism is overthrown, no choice will be truly free, and the oppression of women—in all its forms—will never […]
It is clear that we have entered a new chapter in the crisis of world capitalism, which the strategists of capital themselves are at a loss to explain.
The Minneapolis Marxist School was an electrifying success. The largest ever Midwest IMT school shows growing interest in Marxism!
Defenders of the free market look towards libertarians—and their assertion of an “economic calculation problem”—in order to attack socialism. But in truth, Marxists answered these reactionary arguments long ago.
Not one stone upon another will be left of the illusions of the bourgeois and their reformist hangers-on. In one country after another, revolutionary possibilities will open up before us.