We stand for workers' liberty: contents

Submitted by Anon on 8 February, 2006 - 9:46

Online contents page for the pamphlet 'We stand for workers' liberty'. To view a study guide for the pamphlet, click here

Chapter 1: What is the Alliance for Workers' Liberty?

Plus: Who was Karl Marx?; What we do — the anti-union laws; What AWL members do; Who was Leon Trotsky?

Chapter 2: FAQ: The lies against socialism answered

Plus: Workers against Stalinism — Poland 1980-81; Who was Joseph Stalin?; Who was Che Guevara?

Chapter 3: The socialism we fight for

Plus: Who was Lenin? Who was Rosa Luxemburg?; Trotskyist martyrs; Help build No Sweat; Who was Antoinette Konikow?

Chapter 4: Why the working class is the key

Plus: Capitalism is destroying our planet; What we do in the workplaces and unions

Chapter 5: Can the labour movement be transformed?

Plus: What we do — the Labour Representation Committee; Respect — a terrible blind alley; South Africa — workers against apartheid; Who was Eleanor Marx?; Fight for a workers’ government

Chapter 6: Festival of the oppressed

Plus: Women’s Fightback

; How to fight fascism; Who was August Bebel?

Chapter 7: Imperialism, nationalism and war

Plus: Lenin on the national question; Afghanistan; Who was Ta Thu Thau?; Solidarity with Iraqi workers; Israel-Palestine: two nations, two states; Who is Yanar Mohammed?; For a United Workers’ Europe! Against British nationalism!; Ireland

Chapter 8: Why is workers’ revolution necessary?

Plus: Who was Clara Zetkin?;Iran

Chapter 9: Why is a revolutionary party necessary?

Plus: Three fronts of the class struggle; Political Islam

Chapter 10: Marxism — what sort of Marxism?

Plus: Who was Louise Michel?; Marxism and anarchism; Who was James P Cannon?; Who was Max Shachtman? Who was Hal Draper?

Chapter 11: The AWL’s history and tradition

Add new comment

This website uses cookies, you can find out more and set your preferences here.
By continuing to use this website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.