The police do not exist to ‘protect and serve’ the population at large.
The origins, purpose and alternative to nationalist ideology
Luxemburg's will to advance the proletarian struggle lives on in her contribution to Marxist theory and practice
By Gerald Falke and Dave Stockton The 200th anniversary Friedrich Engels’ birth, gives us an opportunity to look back over his remarkable life and recall the importance of his contribution to what became known as Marxism and to the formation of the political parties of the working class. In many assessments, he appears merely as […]
Bicentenary of Engels birth.
How Marxists explain the causes and consequences of unemployment under capitalism
A Marxist analysis of the fundamental contradictions between sustainability and the capitalist mode of production.
Is the women's strike movement the basis of a global anticapitalist resistance?
Labour's conference will debate a motion calling for a major reduction in working hours. URTE MARCH looks at the history and implications for socialist strategy
Whatever name they go by, popular fronts inevitable subordinate the interests of the workers to the need to maintain the alliance with the bosses