Janette Habel and Michael Löwy defend the political and intellectual legacy of Che Guevara as a Marxist, against Samuel Farber’s critique.
Samuel Farber defends his critique of Che Guevara as an anti-democratic figure that undermined the socialist cause in Cuba.
Charles Post assesses Neil Davidson’s posthumous book on neoliberalism, which makes a key contribution to the Marxist analysis of contemporary capitalism.
Gar Lipow proposes use of revocable proxies in representative democracy and neighborhood assemblies based on participatory democracy.
John Marot critically reviews a collection of essays written by Communist dissidents in 1920-22 in opposition to the New Economic Policy, translated by Simon Pirani.
Simon Pirani’s moral indignation would be fully justified (though not his ad hominem attacks) if what he had written about my review, or the implications he drew from it, were true. But that is not the . . .
Pirani challenges Marot’s review of his book of documents on communist dissidents in early Soviet Russia
Supporting the Palestinian cause, however, should not take away from the need to stand with Ukraine. In both cases, a stronger military power is attempting to occupy and deny self-determination to oppressed people.
Ukraine and Palestine are both cases of imperialism
Andrew talks through the organizing reality of confronting housing as both a commodity and a human necessity.
Ron Daniels decided to run for president in 1992 after his experience as national director of the Rainbow Coalition during Jesse Jackson’s 1988 presidential campaign.