Marxism and imperialism, by Martin Thomas
A Workers' Liberty/ Solidarity pamphlet, March 2005.
- Trade unionists or Islamists?
- Who represents Iraqi workers?
- The "reactionary anti-imperialists"
- Why socialists can not support the USA in Iraq (part 1)
- Why socialists can not support the USA in Iraq (part 2)
- Why socialists can not support the USA in Iraq (part 3)
- Self-determination and democracy in Iraq
- Is Iraq another Vietnam?
Number 2/3 of Workers' Liberty magazine is a special issue on "The new world disorder: war and imperialism". For contents, and links to download articles from the magazine as pdf files, read on.
The final part of Paul Hampton’s review article looking at the themes of John Riddell’s book of documents from the early communist movement.
In the early and mid 60s, one of IS’s dogmas was the belief that imperialism had ended.
This is the abridged text of a speech given by Workers’ Liberty member Edward Maltby to an AWL forum entitled “Our Remembrance: a working-class history of war” at the University of London Union on Thursday 15 November.
Kro Bar, Oxford Road, Manchester (opposite Manchester University Students' Union)
Manchester AWL open discussion meeting.
I don’t quite know where to start unpacking the claim that socialist feminists who feel that Julian Assange has a case to answer are really “liberals” who “don’t mind being raped by imperialist ideology”.
“We believe that the Marxist tradition is essential for anyone who believes we need radical social change and will attempt to develop Marxist theory. We aim to produce a regular theoretical magazine to provide space for the development of Marxist theory. ... For the Marxist tradition!”
This was the ringing declaration issued by the 39 Scotland-based members of the Socialist Workers Party in April of last year when – for reasons yet to be fully explained – they quit their organisation and formed the International Socialist Group (Scotland).