Tag Archives: Communism

Korean War Propaganda Targeting Black Soldiers

“What do you think this means to you? Don’t you see that this war against colored people of Korea is the same kind of dirty business as discrimination against you – that it’s based on the idea that colored people … Continue reading

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Finally Got the News

Documentary on the League of Black Revolutionary Workers and Dodge Revolutionary Movement (DRUM) in their labor struggles in the late 60’s in Detroit. Excellent documentary of radical organizations to look at for an example for what is to come.

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Marx on the advances of 1848

“This antagonism between modern industry and science on the one hand, modern misery and dissolution on the other hand; this antagonism between the productive powers and the social relations of our epoch is a fact, palpable, overwhelming, and not to … Continue reading

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August Nimtz – The Marxist Basis of Lenin’s Electoral Strategy

August Nimtz “‘The Ballot’ and/or ‘the Streets’: The Marxist Basis of Lenin’s Electoral Strategy” – A Report on a Book Project Historical Materialism Conference 2012 One of the more incredibly concise and clear explanations on Lenin’s conceptions surrounding electoral politics … Continue reading

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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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May 1968

“No revolution, yet many symptoms of one. Whoever, living through those days in France, dared to stick his neck outside the safety of his room has plenty to see and to learn. It was not just a question of barricades, … Continue reading

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