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  • The betrayed revolution, Leon Trotsky

    12 September 2008, by Robert Paris
    INTRODUCTION: The Purpose of the Present Work I. – WHAT HAS BEEN ACHIEVED The Principal Indices of Industrial Growth Comparative Estimates of These Achievements Production per Capita of the Population II. – ECONOMIC GROWTH AND THE ZIGZAGS OF THE LEADERSHIP “Military Communism”, “The New Economic Policy” (NEP) and the Course Toward the Kulak A Sharp Turn: “The Five-Year Plan in Four Years” and “Complete Collectivization” III. – SOCIALISM AND THE STATE The (...)

  • C L R James 1939, The Right of Self-Determination and the Negro in the United States of North Americas

    23 August 2008, by Robert Paris
    Black movement in USA C L R James 1939 The Right of Self-Determination and the Negro in the United States of North Americas Source: SWP New York Convention Resolutions, 11 July 1939. In 1930 Negroes in America constituted nearly twelve million, or 10 percent of the American population. Of these, two-thirds were still in the South, despite the war and postwar emigration to the North. In the cities of the North and East, the Negroes form only a small minority of the population, generally (...)

  • C L R James, World Revolution 1917-1936, The Rise and Fall of the Communist International

    23 August 2008, by Robert Paris
    THIS BOOK IS AN INTRODUCTION TO AND SURVEY OF THE revolutionary Socialist movement since the War–the antecedents, foundation and development of the Third International–its collapse as a revolutionary force. The Bolshevik Party, and the Soviet Union which it controls, being the dominating factors in the Third International, are given extensive treatment. The ideas on which the book are based are the fundamental ideas of Marxism. Since 1923 they have been expounded chiefly by Trotsky and a (...)

  • The growth of socialism, Eugen Debs

    23 August 2008
    The growth of socialism Eugen Debs Not many of those schooled in old-party politics have any adequate conception of the true import of the labor movement. They read of it in the papers, discuss it in their clubs, criticise labor unions, condemn walking delegates, and finally conclude that organized labor is a thing to be tolerated so long, only, as it keeps within “proper bounds,” but to be put down summarily the moment its members, like the remnants of Indian tribes on the western plains, (...)

  • C L R James, Dialectical Materialism and the Fate of Humanity

    23 August 2008, by Robert Paris
    C L R James 1947 Dialectical Materialism and the Fate of Humanity Mankind has obviously reached the end of something. The crisis is absolute. Bourgeois civilisation is falling apart, and even while it collapses, devotes its main energies to the preparation of further holocausts. Not remote states on the periphery but regimes contending for world power achieve the most advanced stages of barbarism known to history. What civilised states have ever approached Nazi Germany and Stalinist (...)

  • Shoichi Sakata, Theoretical physics and dialectics of nature

    23 August 2008, by Robert Paris
    Shoichi Sakata, June 1947 Theoretical Physics and Dialectics of Nature Source: Supplement of the Progress of Theoretical Physics, No. 50 1971; First published: in the October issue of the journal Chõ-ryü in 1947. Transcribed: for the Marxists Internet Archive by Andy Blunden. 1 Theoretical physics in our country has been known all over the world by the brilliant achievements of H. Yukawa. How could the theory of elementary particles have freely developed in such a society where the (...)

  • Reform Or Revolution?

    17 July 2008, by Robert Paris
    Reform Or Revolution? By Daniel DeLeon An address delivered at Wells’ Memorial Hall, Boston, Mass., January 26, 1896 Mr. Chairman and Workingmen of Boston: I have got into the habit of putting two and two together, and drawing my conclusions. When I was invited to come to Boston, the invitation reached me at about the same time as an official information that a reorganization of the party was contemplated in the city of Boston. I put the two together and I drew the conclusion that part (...)

  • A chronology of the european revolution (1917-1923)

    4 July 2008, by Robert Paris
    Chronology 1917 March 8 (February 23 in the old style): The Russian Revolution starts. April 6-8: USPD formed. November 7 (October 25): The Bolshevik-led Russian Revolution overturns Provisional Government. December 22: Start of peace negotiations between Russia and Germany at Brest Litovsk. 1918 January 14: Mass strikes in Austria-Hungary. January 28: Revolution in Finland - workers’ government installed. January 28: Strikes break out of over one million in Berlin and over 50 (...)

  • The chartist movement

    4 July 2008, by Robert Paris
    William Benbow (1784-?) Grand National Holiday, and Congress of the Productive Classes Source: William Benbow, GRAND NATIONAL HOLIDAY, AND CONGRESS OF THE PRODUCTIVE CLASSES (1832), published by The Journeyman Press, London, 1977. Transcribed: by Rob Lucas Grand National Holiday, and Congress of the Productive Classes is a classic pamphlet of the British left. It was self-published by William Benbow - a publicist and pamphleteer who worked in a coffee house at 205 Fleet Street, London, (...)

  • The Korean Working Class: From Mass Strike to Casualization and Retreat, 1987-2008

    25 June 2008, by Robert Paris
    The Korean Working Class: From Mass Strike to Casualization and Retreat, 1987-2008 Loren Goldner ABSTRACT Similar to patterns that have been played out in Spain and Portugal (1974-76) as well as in Brazil (1978-83) since the mid-1970’s, the Korean working class in the late 1980’s destroyed the foundations of a decades-old military dictatorship with remarkable mass strikes in the years 1987-1990. The strikes resulted in the creation, briefly (1990-1994) of radical democratic unions and in (...)

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