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REVOLUTION!

(The Locomotive of History.) In a notable expression, Marx described revolutions as the ‘locomotives of history‘. His point was that a substantial build up of power was necessary to drive, or sometimes drag, socio-economic changes forward – anything less powerful … Continue reading

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‘THE RIDDLE OF HISTORY SOLVED.’

A) A bit of history. This is the second article urging anti-capitalists, to study Marx as a basis, for a critical understanding of the international revolutionary tradition associated with his name. It has become necessary because the term Marxism, has … Continue reading

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‘PATIENCE: THE FIRST CONDITION OF LEARNING ANYTHING – STUDYING A MATTER THOROUGHLY.’

“..Patience – the first condition of learning anything – studying a matter thoroughly.” (Letter: Marx to Sorge. 1881.) Whilst there is general agreement among revolutionary anti-capitalists that from a human, ecological and environmental perspective, there is a need to get … Continue reading

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