• Greece: The moment of decision

    Alan Woods explains the significance of the recent retreat by the SYRIZA government, highlights the intense contradictions that remain within the Eurozone, and analyses the way forward for workers and youth in Greece and across the whole of Europe. Read More +
  • The British Establishment: rotten to the core

    Rob Sewell looks at the rotten Establishment in Britain, which is mired in scandal from top to bottom, with corrupt politicians supporting corrupt bankers, and ultimately a corrupt system. It is time to clear out the filth and fight for a socialist future. Read More +
  • Our cherished freedom of speech myth

    Freedom of expression is routinely and uncritically heralded as our society's proudest achievement to be defended at all costs. In truth, under capitalism there is no such thing as free expression nor a free press, for capital decides everything. Read More +
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  • Greece: The moment of decision

    Alan Woods, editor of In Defence of Marxism, explains the significance of the recent retreat by the SYRIZA government, highlights the intense contradictions that remain within the Eurozone, and analyses the way forward for workers and youth in Greece and across the whole of Europe in the fight to end austerity.

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  • Zero hours equality?

    This Sunday, on 8th March, is International Women's Day. More than one-hundred years since the first International Working Women’s day in 1911, what is the situation for women in Britain in today? Seven years after the onslaught of the financial crisis, working class women remain oppressed due to their gender and exploited due to their class.

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  • In memory of Hugo Chávez

    Two years have passed since the death of Hugo Chávez on 5th March 2013. His death was a great loss for the cause of freedom, socialism and humanity. To fight for socialism in Venezuela and throughout the world: that is the only way forward; the only way to honour the memory of Hugo Chávez.

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  • Review: Selma - a whitewash of the black struggle

    Julian Kett of the Sussex Marxists reviews Selma, a film that has been praised as “heartbreaking” and “inspiring”; the story of Martin Luther King's leadership of the Selma to Montgomery marches, poignantly expressed under the backdrop of unrest in Ferguson. But is this really a film that champions the black struggle in the United States?

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  • The fallacy of the “war on terror”

    As a new spree of terrorist attacks unravels with increasing frequency, the menace of Islamic fundamentalist terror seems to be beyond the control of the ruling class. The claims of the political elite, of "uniting against terrorism” and for “national unity”, have proved to be boastful absurdities and hypocritical deceptions.

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