How class struggle changes the world: sections A7 to B5
A7. Why capitalism produces crises and unemployment.
"A gallop of industry, commercial credit and speculation finally, after breakneck leaps, ends where it began - in the ditch of a crisis... The overwork of some becomes the condition for the idleness of others."
B. How Class Struggle Changes the World
B1. Capitalism is only one stage in history, shaped by class struggle.
Where does capitalism come from? What other social and economic forms have there been in history? Why is capitalism only a transitory stage of development?
Communist Manifesto sections I and III.
B2. Stalinism is not a form of socialism, but the opposite of socialism.
Working-class socialism versus "state socialism".
B3. Why must we build a revolutionary party?
What is special about the revolutionary party, as compared to other political parties?
B4. Why trade-union work is central for us.
Why does the working class organise in trade unions? Why is trade-union work central for revolutionaries, even when the trade unions are conservative? What do we do in the trade unions?
B5. Transforming the labour movement, independent working-class political representation, and the Labour Party