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Women’s liberation: the communist tradition

To achieve women’s liberation we have to fight for socialism. The two things are inseparable. Within the Second International, and later the Communist International, Clara Zetkin showed how the struggles…

Bolshevism and the fight for women’s liberation

In this article Joy Macready examines the relatively unknown history of the Bolshevik’s ground-breaking policies for the liberation of women, which were subsequently reversed in the 1930s under Stalin.  …

Which road? Reform or revolution

  By Karen Petrie For more than three decades Marx and Engels argued that a revolution was the only way workers could achieve a socialist society. For them revolutionary crises…

Socialism: the transition to communism

Socialism: the transition to communism

Karl Marx was not the first to condemn capitalism for the poverty and inequality that it creates, neither was he the first to fight for a society in which poverty…

Introducing Workers Power

WORKERS POWER is a Marxist organisation committed to building the strongest possible resistance to cuts, imperialist occupation in the Middle East, racism, sexism, environmental destruction and war. We fight for solidarity…

Trotsky: an Introduction

Richard Brenner gives a fact-based and thought provoking introduction to the life and times of Leon Trotsky. Trotsky was one of the leaders of the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution in Russia,…

The Death Agony of the Fourth International

This book, first published in 1983, provides an overview of the decline and fall of the Fourth International, inheritor to the revolutionary ideas of Leon Trotsky. Not just a history…