Capitalism, Class, Labor movement, Marxism, Work
Letting the Cat Out of the Bag
About an imaginary conversation that originally appeared in the October 1937 issue of The United Automobile Worker.
Capitalism, Economics, Marxism
But What About the Wage-Price Spiral?
Foundation of the spiral argument In nearly every media interview in recent months, Mick Lynch, general secretary of the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers ...
Capitalism, Class, History, Marxism
One of the many things I love about the World Socialist Movement is how long it’s been around. The Socialist Party of Great Britain was founded in ...
Capitalism, Class, Economics, Environment, healthcare, Marxism
The Virus and the Money-tree
A Marxian analysis of the pandemic, its origin, and its economic impact. Reposted from the magazine Internationalist Perspective.
A New Ideology for China?
Huang Fenglin, Theory of Bipolar World – The Road to Communism Found in the Evolutionary Structure of World History (translation and revision of a text published in Chinese in ...
Capitalism, Economics, Environment, Marxism
Hope or Hoax: Reflections on the Green New Deal
Can a Green New Deal within capitalism resolve the climate crisis? The author of this article, reproduced from the journal Internationalist Perspective, argues that any such program would be either inadequate or incompatible with the capitalist drive for growth.