Professor Wolff recently joined the hosts of All Things Co-op in a special event to talk about cooperatives, Marxist theory, critiques of capitalism, and more. In this conversation Prof Wolff shared many personal stories, including…View More Cooperatives and socialism: Prof Wolff on All Things Co-op
A new wave of anti-racist activists are taking to the streets to protest and stand against police violence. This highlights the importance of theoretical perspectives that understand racism as integral to capitalism. These perspectives must…View More Capitalism Always Produces Racism
Post on: December 6, 2020 Scott Cooper Joe Biden wants to return U.S. imperialism to “business as usual” — but conditions have changed. It was May 25, 2017. Donald Trump had been sworn in four months earlier…View More Can U.S. Hegemony Be Restored?
Post on: January 11, 2020 James Dennis Hoff After years of dithering, the UN has finally admitted that, given the lack of action by the world’s most powerful economies, there is practically no chance of avoiding global…View More Climate Catastrophe May Be Imminent but a Better World Is Still Possible
Originally published: Sixth Tone (December 7, 2020) This article is the second in a three-part series on the ways online historians and writers are shaping the worldviews and mindsets of young Chinese. Read the first article here. As…View More Fed up with capitalism, young Chinese brush up on ‘Das Kapital’
Gramsci is considered to be one of the most marxist thinkers and the most famous discoverer and the sharp analyst of the superstructure of the theory of Carl Marx. Actually he used two stratas (political…View More Anthonio Gramsci (1891-1937)
From a theoretical point of view, we have defined the situation after the 2008-09 crisis as the development of trends toward an “organic crisis” in several countries, including imperialist powers such as the United States…View More Organic Crisis and Class Struggle
By Sumanasiri Liyanage I am sure my economist friends will get goosebumps when they see the title of this piece not because the idea is controversial as they are very much used to controversies and…View More NOTES TO THE PEOPLE – What is Wrong with Negative Growth?
Originally published:Review 31 by Danial Whittall (November 10, 2020) | Marcello Musto, The Last Years of Karl Marx: An Intellectual BiographyStanford University Press, 194pp, £17.99, ISBN 9781503612525 In the millions of pages written about Karl Marx, his final…View More A restless thinker
Post on: November 1, 2020 Juan Cruz Ferre How can we beat capitalism? A comparison of reformism, autonomism, Maoism, and revolutionary socialism. A new socialist movement has taken off in the U.S. with tens of thousands joining…View More Four Strategies for Socialism