Reviews

Chernobyl, the Soviet Union and Marxism

The superb new HBO TV series Chernobyl dramatises the Marxist understanding of the Soviet Union writes Andy Stowe. Chernobyl captures that sense of shoddiness and bleakness [...]

8th June 2019 // 0 Comments

Left Wing Melancholia

Jane Shallice reviews “Left Wing Melancholia – Marxism, History and Memory” by Enzo Traverso.

23rd May 2019 // 0 Comments

I, Dolours: a woman’s political biography

To her dying day, Dolours believed that only a united Ireland would give meaning to the suffering of her aunt and the human cost of the struggle to achieve it.

7th March 2019 // 0 Comments

Hugo Blanco: From Trotskyism to Indigenous Vitality

As Hugo Blanco is due to speak at a series of meetings across Britain, we reprint a review in which Andrew Ryder discusses We the Indians: The Indigenous Peoples of Peru and the Struggle for Land.

19th February 2019 // 0 Comments

WitchHunt – how antisemitism is weaponised

A review of the new film WitchHunt (Jon Pullman, 2019, 62 mins) by Dave Kellaway The Rio cinema in Hackney was nearly completely full for the premiere of the new film [...]

17th February 2019 // 4 Comments

Economics for the Many

Tony Traub reviews Economics for the Many,  edited by John McDonnell, Verso This book is a valuable collection of sixteen short essays on the crisis facing modern Britain, [...]

22nd November 2018 // 0 Comments

Indigenous and International Struggle

Ian Parker reviews Derek Wall’s new book Hugo Blanco: A Revolutionary for Life, just published by Merlin Press with Resistance Books. Hugo Blanco is an inspiration to [...]

16th November 2018 // 0 Comments

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