Marxism and the Trade Unions

What are they for?

Jeremy Dewar  ·  31 May 2022

Marxism and nationalism

The origins, purpose and alternative to nationalist ideology

George Banks  ·  26 January 2021

Engels 1820-1895: the struggle for scientific socialism

Bicentenary of Engels birth.

Dave Stockton  ·  14 October 2020

Fully Automated Luxury Communism or scientific socialism

Tim Nailsea reviews Fully Automated Luxury Communism: A Manifesto by Aaron Bastani

Tim Nailsea  ·  10 September 2020

How capitalism causes unemployment

How Marxists explain the causes and consequences of unemployment under capitalism

Jeremy Dewar and Samuel George  ·  08 September 2020

Imperialism, capitalism and the destruction of humanity and nature

A Marxist analysis of the fundamental contradictions between sustainability and the capitalist mode of production.

Workers Power  ·  07 April 2020

A is for Alienation

Why are you so fed up?

Workers Power  ·  08 October 2018

B is for Bolshevism

Bolshevism is the model of democracy and unity that won the world's first socialist revolution

Workers Power  ·  07 October 2018

D is for Democracy and Dictatorship

Marxists make a distinction between forms of government and the class nature of the state. We always ask, “which class interests are served by the state?”

Workers Power  ·  05 October 2018

E is for Exploitation

Marx proved that exploitation is caused not just by the sharp practices of some bad capitalists, but is part and parcel of the profit system itself.

Workers Power  ·  04 October 2018

G is for God

Only the overthrow of the profit system can create the conditions for the withering away of humanity’s psychological need for religious belief

Workers Power  ·  04 October 2018

H is for History

"All history is the history of class struggle."

Workers Power  ·  03 October 2018

I is for Imperialism

Imperialism poses the question: socialism or barbarism?

Workers Power  ·  02 October 2018

L is for Luxemburg

"The sharp sword, the living flame of the revolution."

Workers Power  ·  29 September 2018

M is for Materialism

Philosophical materialism demonstrates why socialism is the necessary outcome of the capitalist crisis.

Workers Power  ·  28 September 2018

N is for Nationalisation

"Nationalisation, without compensation and under workers’ control."

Workers Power  ·  27 September 2018

O is for Oppression

Oppression is a fundamental, necessary part of capitalism, and can only be destroyed along with it.

Workers Power  ·  26 September 2018

P is for Proletariat

Why don't we just say "workers"?

Workers Power  ·  25 September 2018

Q is for Quantity and Quality

The art of the dialectic

Workers Power  ·  24 September 2018

R is for Reformism and Revolution

Reformism begins by redefining the socialist goal - and ends by rejecting it altogether

Workers Power  ·  23 September 2018

S is for Socialism: the transition to Communism

The struggle for the socialist goal is not an optional extra but the glue that binds daily struggles together

Workers Power  ·  22 September 2018

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