Latest articles by David Broder
A long-established disorder?
Famous as a polemical target of ‘Leftwing’ communism, ironically Amadeo Bordiga claimed to agree with Lenin’s strategy for world revolution. David Broder investigates
Theatre of revolution
While the March on Rome was significant, writes David Broder, the active collaboration of the Italian ruling class with the fascists was central
The misuses of Gramsci
Quoted by charlatans to provide an air of magic, praised for his ambiguities, more revered than read: David Broder calls for a serious engagement with a political strategy that still has considerable relevance
Wrongly overlooked thinker
David Broder reviews Pietro Basso's 'The science and passion of communism: selected writings of Amadeo Bordiga (1912-1965)'