The bourgeoisie cannot exist without constantly revolutionizing the instruments of production, and thereby the relations of production, and with them the whole relations of society. Conservation of the old modes of production in unaltered form, was, on the contrary, the [...]Read more
Category "The Left"
Edmund Potts argues for a serious determination among socialists towards confronting our opponents in all spheres of politics, especially - despite all their limitations - bourgeois elections. TUSC and the significance of a serious challenge It is now more than three years [...]Read more
I’m a student at Exeter University, just graduating from doing history and politics but planning to continue my studies in MA history. Exeter is a university in the Russell Group and was a few years ago named the Sunday Times [...]Read more
Colin Piper’s article on nuclear power quite rightly concludes that an international plan of production on socialist lines is the way forward to tackle the environmental crisis. Most on the Green Left, such as Derek Wall, reject this approach, arguing [...]Read more
Will McMahon searches for a genuinely socialist perspective on the European question. Prior to the 1992 General Election the ostensibly socialist journal New Left Review No 191 carried an article titled 'The Ruins of Westminster' by Robin Blackburn. One of the [...]Read more
Nick Wrack argues that it is time to talk about ending the profit system and time to do something about it. There are tens of thousands of socialists in Britain today without a political home. There are millions of trade union [...]Read more
The political moment in which we operate has posed a stark challenge to the revolutionary movement a challenge we have just not been up to. At the hands of capital and the strange non-death of the neo-liberalism many of [...]Read more