By learning about surplus value, or profit, we see how capitalism exploits and appropriates, allowing the rich to get richer and the poor to become immiserated.
Amy Gilligan and Jonas Liston introduce and reply to a discussion on "What does it mean to be a revolutionary socialist in the 21st century?" for Manchester rs21 on 15 March 2014.
The materialist conception of history can be used to understand recent events and shows us how ordinary people, the exploited and the oppressed, can make history.
Neil Davidson continues an rs21 series on the fundamentals of our political tradition by looking at uneven and combined development.
Selective readings of Marxist theory that favour "guides to action" can lead to a skewed and unhelpful understanding of Marxist ideas
Kent International Socialists write: Kent International Socialists formed after many members in the Kent district of the SWP left the organisation. However, we quickly realised we had a responsibility to try and keep our networks...
We are committed to revolutionary change – the self-emancipation of the working class, liberating the whole of humanity.