spotArguments for socialism

spotCapitalism

spotGlobalisation Anticapitalism

spotMarxism


All keywords


Socialist Party Facebook page
Socialist Party on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube

Marxism keywords:

Anarchists (4)

Aristocracy (2)

Bolsheviks (43)

Bonapartism (1)

Bourgeoisie (9)

Bureaucracy (28)

Commune (9)

Communism (9)

Communist Manifesto (18)

Counter-revolution (29)

Engels (25)

Feudalism (3)

General strike (280)

Insurrection (4)

Jacobins (6)

Lenin (56)

Maoists (5)

Marx (108)

Marxism (86)

Marxist (81)

Materialism (12)

Nobility (2)

Philosophy (10)

Proletariat (5)

Revolution (436)

Russian (136)

Sans-culottes (7)

Soviet Union (21)

Stalinism (42)

Transitional Programme (12)

Trotsky (108)

Trotskyism (32)

Working class (707)

soviet (45)


Filter by importance | All results


Lenin speaking, Trotsky standing to the right

Lenin speaking, Trotsky standing to the right

11 October 2007

1917 October Revolution: the working class took power

Russian revolution 90th anniversary: THE CAPITALIST media have made little comment on the 90th anniversary of the 1917 October Revolution in Russia. Peter Taaffe looks at the events of the October revolution in Russia 1917.

More ...

4 October 2007

Che Guevara - revolutionary fighter

Forty years after his death, flags, banners, portraits and the slogans of Che Guevara are carried on the mass demonstrations in the new revolt that is sweeping Latin America...

More ...

6 September 2007

'Agitate, educate, organise': the role of the workers' press

The Socialist issue 366

The Socialist issue 366

DURING 500 issues the socialist has carried news and analysis, reviews, letters, historical material, cartoons and reports of campaigns and struggles across England and Wales and the world.

It has put forward strategies for opposing privatisation of public services such as the health, fire and postal services and the wars and occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan, among other issues.

More ...

9 August 2007

Exchanging socialist ideas worldwide

THE COMMITTEE for a Workers' International (CWI) held its annual summer school in Belgium. The socialist gives here some excerpts of the reports given by its sister European sections.

More ...

12 July 2007

The 'July days' - rich in lessons for today

Following previous articles on the 1917 February revolution and the April Days, PETER TAAFFE now moves on to the 'July Days'....

More ...

28 June 2007

Rehabilitating Stalin?

Review by Peter Taaffe of Young Stalin by Simon Sebag Montefiore: "Lenin shot by Trotsky in drunken brawl". This was a headline, not from the gutter press but from a so-called 'quality' US capitalist newspaper in...

More ...

3 May 2007

Russia April 1917: Lenin returns from exile

2007 is the ninetieth anniversary of the 1917 Russian revolution. To mark this, the socialist is running a series of articles looking at the events of...

More ...

15 March 2007

February revolution 1917 - what lessons for today?

23 FEBRUARY 1917 (8 March in the new style Gregorian calendar) marked the beginning of the socialist revolution in Russia that sparked a revolutionary wave that would travel around the world. PETER TAAFFE analyses the lessons of February for the working class today.

More ...

8 March 2007

What's Left? - not Nick Cohen!

PETER TAAFFE reviews What's Left? by Nick Cohen and replies to his accusation that the 'left' supported Saddam Hussein because it opposed the invasion...

More ...

1 March 2007

Latin America: A continent in revolt

CWI world congress report (4): THE RECENT world congress of the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI - the socialist international organisation to which the Socialist Party is affiliated) debated the explosive developments in Latin America where th...

More ...

30 November 2006

Leon Trotsky's Transitional Programme

IN THE second of our occasional series on Marxist classics, Michael Garrett looks at The Transitional Programme by Leon Trotsky. ...

More ...

22 October 2006

The Communist Manifesto

"A SPECTRE is haunting Europe..." With these famous words Marx and Engels began what is probably the single most famous work of scientific socialism... By Ben Robinson

More ...

9 February 2006

Are Trotsky’s ideas of socialist revolution still relevant today?

100th anniversary of the ‘Theory of Permanent Revolution’: ONE HUNDRED years ago, while in a St Petersburg jail awaiting trial for his leading role in the defeated 1905 Russian Revolution, Leon Trotsky formulated the ‘Theory of Permanent Revolution’...

More ...

22 January 2005

Russia 1905: When workers gained a glimpse of power

THE MOMENTOUS events of 100 years ago, 1905, provided the working class in Russia with the understanding that it was a force capable of bringing industry to its knees, a force capable of turning railways, power, gas etc. on and off like a light-switch. Most importantly, it gave the working class a glimpse of itself as a force capable of the socialist transformation of society.

More ...

6 September 2003

Understanding Marxism - a guide to action

THE SOCIALIST Party has produced a new publication - a guide and explanation of the essential ideas of Marxism, the basis of our political ideas and organisational methods...

More ...

11 October 2002

Who Really Fought Stalin's Dictatorship?

A NEW book by the novelist Martin Amis entitled "Koba the Dread: Laughter and the twenty million" has created a stir in the world of politics as well as literature, writes Jim Hensman.

More ...

28 June 2002

Trotsky's Transitional Programme: Winning Support For Socialism

IN THE second article in an occasional series on Marxist classics, DAVE REID looks at Leon Trotsky's pamphlet, The Transitional Programme and how to win mass support for socialist change

More ...

27 October 2000

Trotsky's Political Legacy

RUSSIAN TROTSKY archivist Mark Golizinin spoke at the recent Socialism 2000 weekend school organised by the Socialist Party. Earlier he spoke to The Socialist about his research...

More ...

18 August 2000

Leon Trotsky: An Enduring Socialist Legacy

SIXTY YEARS ago, on 20 August 1940, Ramon Mercader, an agent of Stalin's secret police (the GPU) struck a crushing blow with an ice-pick into Leon Trotsky's skull, ending the life of Stalin's most feared critic, the foremost Marxist theoretician and outstanding revolutionary, writes Alec Thraves.

More ...

10 March 2000

Trotsky's "planet without a visa"

"PLUS ÇA change; plus ça reste la même chose" (the more things change the more they stay the same ) as the French say, writes Peter Taaffe, Socialist Party general secretary.

More ...

61 - 80 of 80 items

1  2  3  4  < Back




Search entire database:



Between and
Use format: day/month/year
Date order    Whole phrase only
Importance order (whole phrase only)

Search: All
News and socialist analysis
Reports and campaigns
Election campaigns
Marxism
Reviews and comments
International
Historic events
Pamphlets
Party documents