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VIDEO: Marxism and autism

Submitted by Matthew on 29 March, 2017 - 12:13 Author: Janine Booth
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Can Marxism can help us to understand autistic experience in modern capitalism? How might Marxism inform our struggles for equality and liberation?

There are different approaches to understanding autism. Perhaps the dominant approach is a medical one: seeing autism as a disease or tragedy, and autistic people as being broken and needing fixing. Over recent years, a more progressive approach has developed. It stresses acceptance of autistic people rather than simply “awareness”, and demands rights, equality and support rather than abusive “treatments”.

AUDIO: Socialism or capitalism?

Submitted by SJW on 25 April, 2018 - 12:20 Author: Katy Dollar & Mark Pennington
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On 17 March Katy Dollar of Workers’ Liberty debated Mark Pennington, Professor of Political Economy and Public Policy at King’s College London, on Socialism or the free market?

Here we present extracts from their speeches. The full speeches can be listened to below

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VIDEO: In Defence of Bolshevism part 1

Submitted by cathy n on 16 November, 2018 - 9:42 Author: AWL

Part 1 of a six-part series of short videos on the Bolsheviks and what they stood for. Workers’ Liberty has a new book out of the same title, edited by Sean Matgamna. The bulk of the book is a polemic by Max Shachtman in which he defends the Bolsheviks and the Russian revolution and their continued relevance today.

To order a copy of the book visit: https://www.workersliberty.org/idob

VIDEO: In Defence of Bolshevism part 2

Submitted by cathy n on 12 March, 2019 - 1:59

Part 2 of a six-part series of short videos on the Bolsheviks and what they stood for. Workers’ Liberty has a new book out of the same title, edited by Sean Matgamna. The bulk of the book is a polemic by Max Shachtman in which he defends the Bolsheviks and the Russian revolution and their continued relevance today.

To order a copy of the book visit: https://www.workersliberty.org/idob

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