Party & Programme > Class and consciousness

Wide open for the class

19 Apr 2012

What is class-consciousness? Paul B Smith discusses the possibility of a political revival

Overcoming group identity

22 Oct 2020

Marc Mulholland evaluates Karl Kautsky’s thesis on the nomadic origin of classes and the state

Oppression and moralism

16 Jul 2020

BLM protests must be supported, but they are often misdirected. Black liberation must be linked to the class struggle, argues Jim Creegan

Who will pay the price?

09 Apr 2020

As a result of Covid-19, class divisions will become ever clearer, writes Paul Demarty

Learn the lessons

12 Jul 2019

Rather than attempting to run capitalism, argues Peter Manson, in current circumstances we must aim to build Marxist parties of extreme opposition

Neither kings nor bureaucrats

23 May 2019

US author and political broadcaster Suzi Weissman reports on the miraculous organisation of a conference on Leon Trotsky, which took place in Havana

Dashing of a dream

09 May 2019

Michael Roberts provides the political and economic background to the general election in South Africa

Learn the lessons

11 Apr 2019

Peter Moody comments on the collapse of the most prominent revolutionary group on the US left

A basic necessity

21 Mar 2019

Tony O’Brien: ‘Tackling the housing crisis with publicly owned construction by direct labour organisations’, self-published, 2018, pp200, £10

Women’s rights and class struggle

07 Mar 2019

Forty years ago Iranian women rebelled against the Islamic government. We should not only remember their struggle: we should uphold the original aims of International Women’s Day, says Yassamine Mather

Commitment and collectivity

28 Feb 2019

René Gimpel continues his examination of the conflict between Jean-Paul Sartre’s political and philosophical passions

Individualism or class struggle?

21 Feb 2019

René Gimpel examines the philosophical and political development of Jean-Paul Sartre, and his fraught relationship with the French Communist Party

The spectre of socialism

14 Feb 2019

Paul Demarty casts a critical eye over the rise of self-styled socialists in the Democratic Party

The Tory interpretation

31 Jan 2019

Mike Macnair argues that there is an institutional bias in the teaching of history. It is a bias that suits the agenda of those who believe in inequality, the natural order and firm government

Working class trade policy

20 Dec 2018

Mike Macnair concludes his series on ‘free trade’ by looking at the positive alternative

Immigration: ignoring the problem

29 Nov 2018

Fighting for open borders means facing up to the reality of mass migration, argues Paul Demarty

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