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Alireza Kia

September 26, 2022 Length: 1096 words 0 comments

Women’s Resistance Touches Off a New Uprising in Iran

Summary: Examines the size and the social base of the September uprising as a possible turning point in the struggle against the Islamist regime — Editors

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Kevin B. Anderson

September 24, 2022 Length: 2046 words 0 comments

Louis Dupré, Dialectical Humanist

Summary: On the passing of a philosopher who made a profound contribution to the study of Marx, Hegel, and the wider tradition, at times in dialogue with Raya Dunayevskaya. First appeared in Philosophy and Global Affairs 2:1, pp. 41-46 – Editors

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Lalan Kishor Singh

September 24, 2022 Length: 2464 words 0 comments

Let’s Ask Karl Marx! A Few questions on Marx’s Critique of the Gotha Program

Summary: A response by a worker activist in Nagpur, India to Peter Hudis’s Introduction to the 2022 PM Press edition of Marx’s Critique of the Gotha Program – Editors

Available in Hindi original.

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Derek Lewis

September 23, 2022 Length: 823 words 0 comments

The Ongoing Environmental Disaster and the Capitalist State’s Inability to Respond

Summary: Discusses state capitalism and its inability to deal with climate change – Editors.

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Jens Johansson

September 23, 2022 Length: 2165 words 0 comments

Sweden: Potential Ways Forward in Light of the Growth of the Racist Sweden Democrats

Summary: The Right-wing block, in cooperation with the racist Sweden Democrats, wins a majority in the Swedish general election. Now, the Left and progressive forces have an opportunity to rethink how to organize for future – Editors

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Kevin B. Anderson,
Peter Hudis

September 15, 2022 Length: 10 words 1 comments

[Video] Marx’s Critique of the Gotha Programme – Contemporary Reflections

Summary: Peter Hudis and Kevin Anderson reflect on the new edition of Marx’s Critique of the Gotha Programme in this discussion hosted by Paul Reynolds of Historical Materialism Journal (London) — Editors

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Frieda Afary

September 15, 2022 Length: 961 words 1 comments

Iran Protests Against Compulsory Hijab and State Violence

A report on protests in Iran following the murder of a young Iranian Kurdish woman by the Tehran morality police. This article was originally published in Socialist Feminism. — Editors

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Kevin B. Anderson,
Heather A. Brown,
Kieran Durkin

September 14, 2022 Length: 944 words 0 comments

The Five Lives of Raya Dunayevskaya: Sources of Intersectional Marxism

Originally published here in the Black Issues in Philosophy blog of the American Philosophical Association on August 30, 2022 — Editors

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Heather A. Brown

September 14, 2022 Length: 3469 words 0 comments

Practical/Philosophical Perspectives on Organization: A Brief Study of the Critique of the Gotha Program for Today’s Organizational Challenges

Summary: A look at what Marx’s ‘Critique of the Gotha Program’ has to offer in terms of dialectically working through philosophical/organizational matters today. Based on a report given to the International Marxist-Humanist Convention, July 2022 – Editors

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Richard Abernethy

September 12, 2022 Length: 1039 words 0 comments

Sri Lanka: Popular Upsurge against Economic Collapse and Political Repression

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

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Peter Hudis

September 12, 2022 Length: 3052 words 0 comments

Rosa Luxemburg Was the Great Theorist of Democratic Revolution

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

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Bill Young

September 11, 2022 Length: 2322 words 0 comments

Chile Rejects Proposed Constitution: A Setback for the Left, But the Next Round Now Begins

Summary: On the deeply radical content of the new constitution, the forces that produced and opposed it, and the prospects for the future — Editors

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Jens Johansson

September 6, 2022 Length: 2965 words 0 comments

Practical & Philosophical Perspectives on Organization

Summary: A report presented at the 2022 IMHO Convention discussing the need for, originality of, and activities by the International Marxist-Humanist Organization – Editors.

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The gravestone of Karl Marx in North London, England. The gravestone is surrounded by green trees. The gravestone is made of marble and has a bust of Marx carved atop it. Inscribed in gold below the bust are the words "WORKERS OF ALL LANDS UNITE."

Rodrigo Maiolini Rebello Pinho

September 6, 2022 Length: 3690 words 0 comments

Marx’s 1872-75 French Edition of Capital: Critiquing Engels to Get at Marx’s Last version on Its 150th Anniversary

Summary: On the historic importance of Marx’s French edition of Capital, and the need to cut through Engel’s disparagement of this edition. Based on a presentation to the July 2022 Convention of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization – Editors

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Damian Algabre

September 4, 2022 Length: 4401 words 0 comments

Challenges Faced by the LGBTQ+ Movement Today

Summary: Explores transgender issues in connection with the larger LGBTQ+ struggle, in the face of the global anti-queer offensive and the opportunism of some LBGTQ advocates – Editors

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