Ian A summarises a debate on the development of capitalism since 1968, and how this has impacted the working class and its struggles, in a attempt to address the question of what revolutionaries should do.
Reproduction involves more than just the creation of human beings – it involves the reproduction of the “capital relation” itself – the worker and the capitalist.
Acknowledging Russia's imperialism has consequences for our understanding of national liberation movements.
In the first of a series of articles looking at and debating social reproduction theory, here we republish Tithi Bhattacharrya's introductory piece on some of the basics.
Watch the video from rs21's event 'No More Blurred Lines: sexism and exploitation in the neoliberal era' organised for International Women's Day 2014.
What is happening in Ukraine is clearly more than a simple protest movement. From day one it has had an insurrectionary character.
Bill Crane analyses the roots of the UAW’s defe at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga.
Ray M reviews Militant Years, Alan Thornett’s political memoir of his life as a radical car plant worker in Oxford – and draws out some political warnings about ‘participation’ then and ‘partnership’ today.
An analysis of the neoliberal period poses some crucial questions as to how revolutionaries move forward today.
Judith argued that capitalism is always in flux, constantly revolutionising the means of production, but that exploitation of the majority by the minority remains the core of the system.