As the USSR disintegrated in 1990 and 1991, the Socialist Workers Party and the Fourth International took different views of the impending privatizations. Marxists Against Stalinism brings together powerful contributions from Ernest Mandel and Chris Harman in the long-running debate on the class nature of the USSR.
No 72. Marxists against Stalinism
- By: Ernest Mandel, Chris Harman, Paul Le Blanc€18,00
No 70. System Crash. An activist guide to making revolution.
- By: Neil Faulkner, Phil Hearse, Nina Fortune, Rowan Fortune and Simon Hannah€12,00
“Our collective future demands we start listening to people who can imagine a system other than globalised capitalism.
No 69. Fight the Fire. Green New Deals and Global Climate Jobs
- By: Jonathan Neale€18,00
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No 71. Introduction to Marxist Theory
- By: Ernest Mandel€18,00
Introduction to Marxist Theory contains a selection of essays on key subjects Mandel worked on: the theory of the state, imperialism, reformism, and bureaucracy. “The Leninist Theory of Organisation” is an influential essay on class consciousness and organisation.
No. 73. The Paris commune. An Ode to Emancipation
- By: Terry Conway, Penelope Duggan, Fred Leplat (eds)€14,50
The Paris Commune of 1871 was one of the first working class attempts at the social emancipation of the oppressed and exploited. Between 18 March and 29 May 1871, the popular classes succeeded for a while in breaking their chains.
No 65. Critique of Modern Barbarism. Essays on fascism, anti-Semitism and the use of history
- By: Enzo Traverso€20,00
In this new collection of essays, Enzo Traverso examines the relationships between anti-Semitism, modernity and the Holocaust. Traverso analyses multiple dimensions of the destruction of the European Jews, debates over the historical memory and left-wing debates on the nature of anti-Semitism.