Third Camp Marxism

Victor Serge, Memoirs of a Revolutionary

Submitted by cathy n on 14 January, 2019 - 1:51 Author: Paul Hampton

At last, seventy years after its first publication in French and half a century after the first abridged English translation, we have the Victor Serge’s fantastic Memoirs of a Revolutionary in full. Around one-eighth of the 1963 edition was trimmed by nearly two hundred cuts under duress from the publishers. This new unexpurgated edition has been restored by George Paizis and annotated by Richard Greeman. It deserves to be read by today’s generation of socialists, activists and trade unionists.

Who was Victor Serge?

Bolshevism and NGO politics, in history and today

Submitted by AWL on 24 October, 2018 - 11:16 Author: Martin Thomas

Martin Thomas discusses In Defence of Bolshevism and some other modes of politics.

This book, by way of polemics and discussions from different eras, explains what “Bolshevism” means in the field of left-wing political organising. Another way of summing it up would be: the opposite of 38 Degrees.

The road to Tienanmen Square: Workers and Students in China

Submitted by Chris on 29 December, 2010 - 4:37 Author: Sean Matgamna
Tienanmen

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For three weeks in May and June 1989, the Chinese government lost control of a large part of Beijing. It lost control of its capital city to the people who live there, spearheaded by the students and workers demanding radical democratic reform.

Stalin’s Place in History: Assessing the Social Role of the Great Assassin

Submitted by dalcassian on 15 June, 2013 - 5:04

Stalin is the greatest man of all times, of all epochs and peoples.—Sergei Kirov

Stalin proves himself a ‘great man’ in the grand style… Stalin is Lenin’s heir. Stalinism is Communism.—James Burnham

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