• A socialist answer to the Single Market

    With the Brexit negotiations underway, what position, Josh Holroyd asks, should socialists have towards the EU and the Single Market? Read More +
  • Put Corbyn in Downing Street!

    The ideas of socialism are firmly back on the agenda. Now is the time to get organised, finish the Tories, and fight for a socialist Labour government. Read More +
  • Will there be a Third World War?

    With tensions rising in the Middle East, the Korean peninsula, and the South China Sea, should we be worried about the possibility of a Third World War? Read More +
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  • Interview with Steve Hedley, senior assistant general secretary of the RMT

    Socialist Appeal met with Steve Hedley, the senior assistant general secretary of the RMT union to discuss a range of issues: from the attacks facing rail workers to the need for nationalisation of the railways; and from the future of the Venezuelan Revolution to the question of the union's relationship to the Labour Party.

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  • No food, no home, no play: the misery of the summer holidays for children in poverty

    Children are going hungry, have no clean clothes, no room to play and are being evicted from their homes on an increasingly regular basis according to a recent report by the charity Buttle UK. As a result, for families and children living in poverty, the summer holidays have become a time of extreme stress and struggle.

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  • Claude McKay, the New Negro Movement, and the Russian Revolution

    The Russian Revolution, 100 years ago, had a global impact on political consciousness. In the USA, the period was one of a developing militancy amongst African Americans. Claude McKay represented the overlap between the revolutionary Communist movement and that of the anti-racist, anti-colonial struggle.

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  • Capitalism: a history of horror without end - part four

    In the fourth and final part in his series about the violence and barbarism of the capitalist class throughout history, Fred Weston looks at the contemporary crimes committed by the capitalists and the imperialists, including the degrading everyday violence that the capitalism enforces on ordinary people every day in terms of homelessness and hunger.

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  • The life and ideas of Leon Trotsky

    77 years ago, on 20th August 1940, Leon Trotsky - the great Marxist, international socialist, and Russian revolutionary - was struck down by a Stalinist agent in his home in Mexico. He died the following day. To commemorate Trotsky's life and ideas, we republish this article by Alan Woods, originally written in January 2000.

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