Category Archives: Labor

Marxists and elections by Paul D’Amato

Originally featured in International Socialist Review Issue 13, August-September 2000 WHAT ATTITUDE do Marxists take to elections and representative government? In the history of the socialist movement, there have developed or co-existed two principal and, in the end, quite different … Continue reading

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Ellen Meiksins Wood makes the case for the centrality of class struggle in any analysis of emancipatory politics and human emancipation. Check it: “Capitalism is uniquely indifferent to the social identity of the people it exploits. Unlike previous modes of production, its … Continue reading

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Collective Action in Ludlow

Sounds of heavy breathing, crunching leaves, and nervous murmurs filled the silence in between the rounds of gunshots echoing amongst the trees from the Colorado Fuel & Iron Co. guards, hired militiamen, and Colorado National Guard. The air was thick … Continue reading

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