New context, new focus

In the second of three articles, Moshé Machover examines the colonial question in Lenin’s wake(1)

Following World War I and the October revolution, most revolutionary Marxists who had not been swept in the patriotic maelstrom that wrecked the Second International regrouped in communist parties affiliated to the Communist International.

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Letters

Learn fast; New Bum Blockade; Leveller; Defamation; Despair; Enough

Devotion to dogma

Sadly, notes Eddie Ford, political madness is not confined to the Workers’ Institute of Marxism-Leninism-Mao Zedong Thought

Missing the bigger picture

Sarah McDonald reports on Left Unity's National Council meeting

Cameron’s chauvinist chicanery

The forthcoming EU referendum is a contest between reactionary forces, argues Paul Demarty

How to leave your kid in a pub

The government’s latest attempt to pretend it knows a thing or two about children is laughable, says Commissaress

Dealing with the legacy

Artist and empire: facing Britain’s imperial past Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1; ends April 10

A lifelong internationalist

Yassamine Mather salutes a dedicated Marxist fighter

The real Iowa coup

Thanks to Sanders, a space is opening up for the ideas of Marxism, argues Tom Munday

Ever welcoming

We didn't quite make it says Robbie Rix

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