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Summary: A report presented at the 2022 IMHO Convention discussing the need for, originality of, and activities by the International Marxist-Humanist Organization – Editors.
An authoritarian president has been driven out, but Sri Lanka is still gripped by economic crisis and political repression. Can the mass movement bring radical change? — Editors
Summary: The new edition of Rosa Luxemburg’s writings shows she believed that a socialist revolution would have to be democratic or else it would be doomed to failure. Originally appeared in Jacobin, August 26, 2022, here: https://jacobin.com/2022/08/rosa-luxemburg-theorist-marxism-democratic-revolution — Editors
Summary: On the deeply radical content of the new constitution, the forces that produced and opposed it, and the prospects for the future — Editors
On the class basis of liberal democracy in Brazil, rooted in super-exploitation, and, at the same time, the need to defend it in the face of authoritarianism — Editors
Lessons from Marx’s Classic Work, Critique of the Gotha Program, as Seen in Our New Translation — and in Light of What Faces Us Today
On the fascist threat, the war in Ukraine, and Marx’s vision of communism. Based upon a presentation to the July 2022 Convention of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization — Editors
Summary: On the ongoing unionization efforts of Starbucks and Amazon workers. Based on a presentation to the July 2022 Convention of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization — Editors
Critics of Marx have accused him of imposing a European model of historical development on the rest of the world. But the real Marx rejected Eurocentric thinking and developed a sophisticated view of world history in all its diversity and complexity.
This article was originally published in Jacobin. — Editors
Summary: A review of Marxist-Humanism in the Present Moment: Reflections on Theory and Practice in Light of the Covid-19 Pandemic and the Black Lives Matter Uprisings. Originally published at the Marx and Philosophy Review of Books on July 3rd, 2022. — Editors
Summary: A young Lancaster local reports on anti-Black police presence in Lancaster schools. — Editors
Summary: Analyzes a breakthrough leftist victory in terms of race, gender, and a history of struggle and repression — Editors