Socialism today from Index Books
Not without a Storm
Towards a communist manifesto for the age of globalisation
Marxist theorist Cliff Slaughter presents 'work in progress' towards refounding communist ideas in the 21st century.
Norman Harding explains his evolution as a
up for socialism against the betrayals of Stalinism. In 1985 he had no hesitation in standing against corruption
and abuse in the heart of the party to which he had given the best
of his life. His account is the only one written by a participant in
explosion that expelled Party leader Gerry Healy from the Workers Revolutionary Party.
What little there is on the internet and elsewhere in print is inaccurate and
to grasp both what the party achieved and how its members dealt with
300 pp 978-1-871518-25-2
Revolutionary Times, Revolutionary Lives
South Africa Series No.1
edited by Bob Myers
Participants in the struggles in South Africa tell their stories, particularly their experiences of coming into conflict with the leaderships of the ANC and SWAPO.
Is This Really What We Fought for? White rule ends, black poverty continuesSouth Africa Series No.2
edited by Bob Myers
builds to the ANC government, this collection of pamphlets and articles
by members of the Workers International in South Africa shows the
of their criticisms of the ANC and their call for a socialist
before, during and after the Mandela government came into office.
New Party for Socialism: why? how? when? by whom? on what programme?
Begins by raising questions about the Labour Party and discusses the need for an international, socialist party of the working class, not one preached or imposed by the 'left' groups.
Communist Society and Marxist TheoryCyril Smith
In this controversial defence of Marx's idea of communism as a 'truly human society', the author of Marx at the Millennium takes issue with academics who have tried to compartmentalise Marx as an economist, a sociologist or a philosopher.
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