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The Distinguishing Features of Leninist Political Practice – Paul Saba (1977)

The Distinguishing Features of Leninist Political Practice Introduction We are seeking to practice the scientific approach to politics of Marx and Lenin. Thus the text which follows seeks to elaborate systematically what constitutes a Leninist political practice. Essentially, the objective … Continue reading

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On ‘Force’

“The question of how one group’s understanding of reality, its ideology, appears to prevail over others when it comes to real and effective political power. Depending on who poses the question, it is the problem of social order, of converting … Continue reading

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The Coup in Chile by Ralph Miliband

“How the reasonable men of capitalism orchestrated horror in Chile 42 years ago today.” via re-print in Jacobin What happened in Chile on September 11, 1973 did not suddenly reveal anything new about the ways in which men of power … Continue reading

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100th Anniversary of the Zimmerwald Conference: A Renewed Challenge to Imperialism and the ‘Zimmerwald Left’

Although the material conditions and historical moment is quite different, the 100th anniversary of the Zimmerwald Conference serves as a reminder to the international left to continuously re-analyze our perspectives in combatting imperialism. 100 years ago, within the organized working … Continue reading

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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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The Fundamentals of Bolshevism (1918)

“We are, essentially, a party of revolutionary action, not merely of revolutionary education prepared for many years to come” — this was the reply usually given by the Bolsheviki to the Mensheviki, who were demanding more “democratic” organization. “Our foe, … Continue reading

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Early American Marxism

American Marxist documents from 1876 – 1946. Definitely incredible documents for any Marxist, Leninist, revolutionary, or genuine leftist of the U.S. to analyze with moving forward creating a genuine revolutionary workers party. These are documents, among the historical legacy we … Continue reading

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Victor Serge on Stalinism

“It’s permissible to use the word treason when a man does, against his brothers, his party, and his people, the opposite of what he promises. The Bolshevism of 1917-1927 wanted a socialist regime founded on the democracy of labor and … Continue reading

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Victor Serge on Marxism

“Marxism will go through many vicissitudes of fortune, perhaps even eclipses. Its power, conditioned by the course of history, none the less appears to be inexhaustible. For its base is knowledge integrated with the necessity for revolution.” – Victor Serge

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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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