Women's Liberation & Socialist Revolution is the title of the latest issue of IIRE's Notebooks for Study and Research. Its subtitle, Documents of the Fourth International, places it in the "documents and debates" series of Notebooks, which aim to collect documents and articles around a particular question.
We live in an age where everything has been internationalised. Imperialism brought in its wake world politics and world economics. In 'The Long March of the Trotskyists: Contributions to the history of the Fourth International', the new book from the IIRE, Pierre Frank explains how the Fourth International, founded in 1938 by Revolutionary Marxist militants, nuclei, currents and organizations, answered the problem of the construction of anti-capitalist, revolutionary political formations.
A new book published by the IIRE brings together classic writings on the Russian revolution together with introductions by D Rayner O'Connor Lysaght, a veteran supporter of the Fourth International in Ireland and a noted revolutionary historian. Titled "October Readings: the development of the concept of Permanent Revolution", the volume is the latest book in our series "Notebooks for Study and Research".