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  • Precapitalist Societies
    Time of the Reformation Kautsky 1897 Foundations of Christianity Kautsky 1908 German Society at the Close of the Middle Ages Belfort Bax The Peasant War Germany Belfort Bax The Rise and Fall of the Anabaptists Belfort Bax Absolutism and Revolution in Germany 1525 1848 Mehring 1910 Thomas More and his Utopia Kautsky 1927 Primitive Man and his Behavior Vygotsky c 1930 Every Cook can Govern A Study of Democracy in Ancient Greece C L R James 1956 On Social Relations in Russia Marx and Engels On Russia The Emancipation Question Marx 1858 On Social Relations in Russia Engels 1874 Letter to Vera Zasulich Marx 1881 Afterword to On Social Relations in Russia Engels 1894 Lenin The Development of Capitalism in Russia 1899 The Democratic Tasks of the Revolutionary Proletariat 1905 Socialism and Religion 1905 Two Tactics of Social Democracy in the Democratic Revolution 1905 Trotsky Our Political Tasks 1904 1905 Workers and Peasants The Eighteenth Brumaire of Loui Napoleon Chapter VII Marx 1852 The Peasant Question in France and Germany Engels 1894 The Workers Party and the Peasantry Lenin 1901 Socialist Agitation Among Farmers in America Kautsky 1902 Two Tactics of Social Democracy in the Democratic Revolution Lenin 1905 Theses on the Agrarian Question 2nd Congress of the Comintern Discussion on the Agrarian Question 2nd Congress of the Comintern Comintern On National and Colonial Questions The National and Colonial Question 2nd Congress of Comintern 1920 National and Colonial Question Discussion continued Preliminary Draft Theses on National and Colonial questions Lenin 1920 Baku Congress of Peoples of the East 1921 Speeches by Arab Delegates at Fourth Congress of Comintern 1935 Leon Trotsky On China Permanent Revolution 1931 Mao Zedong Analysis of the Classes in Chinese Society 1926 Report of an Investigation of the Peasant Movement in Hunan 1927 How to Differentiate

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  • Main Political Economy Index
    writings by Political Economists from 1651 to 1936 Marx on Political Economy Principle writings of Karl Marx on political economy 1844 1883 Political Economy after Marx Analysis Criticism Explanation of Marx s work on political economy Basic Economics Glossary of

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  • Psychology and Marxism Archive
    2nd from left The purpose of this subject section is to serve as a reference point in exploring the relationship between Marxism and Psychology Marxism and Psychology will consist of three types of works Marxist Works Authors whose writing on or about psychology were influenced by Marxism Reference Works A chronological collection of classics of psychology which are important reference material in understanding the Marxist works Commentary Articles by contemporary

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  • Marxism and Natural Science
    From The Marxist Philosophy and the Sciences 1939 other works by Haldane JD Bernal The World the Flesh and the Devil 1929 Dialectical Materialism and Modern Science 1937 Others The Crisis in Psychology Lev Vygotsky 1927 Friedrich Engels And Mathematics Jean van Heijenoort 1948 From Science at the Crossroads 1931 Theory and Practice From The Standpoint of Dialectical Materialism Nikolai Bukharin Physics and Technology A Joffe Relations of Science Technology and Economics Under Capitalism and in the Soviet Union M Rubinstein The Physical and Biological in the Process of Organic Evolution B Zavadovsky Dynamic and Statistical Regularity in Physics and Biology E Colman The Problem of the Origin of the World s Agriculture in the Light of the Latest Investigations N I Vavilov 1887 1943 The Work of Faraday and Modern Developments in the Application of Electrical Energy W Th Mitkewich The Present Crisis in the Mathematical Sciences and General Outlines for Their Reconstruction E Colman Short Communication on the Unpublished Writings of Karl Marx Dealing With Mathematics The Natural Sciences and Technology and the History of these Subjects E Colman Marxism and Soviet Science Marxism and Natural Sciences Y M Uranovsky 1935 Soviet Science Thirty Years S I Vavilov 1891 1951 1948 The Subject Matter of Marxist Philosophy O Yakhot first talk from What is Dialectical Materialism 1965 What is Matter and in What Forms Does it Exist O Yakhot third talk from What is Dialectical Materialism 1965 Matter and Consciousness O Yakhot fourth talk from What is Dialectical Materialism 1965 Lysenkoism On the Grain Front Stalin 1928 Answers to the Questions I V Michurin 1934 For the Journal For the Marxist Leninist Natural Science Genetics in the Soviet Union Three Speeches From the 1939 Conference on Genetics and Selection Vavilov Lysenko and Polyakov Lysenko and Genetics JBS Haldane

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  • Marxism and War
    Army of the People 1970 1973 Trotskyist supporters of armed struggle On Urban Guerilla ism see also The Manouchian Group The Resistance 1940 45 The Pierre Goldman Affair 1969 1979 The Slow Death of Andreas Baader by Jean Paul Sartre 1974 Front de Libération du Québec 1963 1971 France and Algeria Alain Krivine 1956 1962 For information on Mah r Çayan 1945 1972 founder of the Turkish People s Liberation Front THKP C killed in a shoot out on 30 March 1972 see Wikipedia or see his Turkish language archive Criticism of the strategy of guerilla warfare Guerrilla ism and the regular army Trotsky 1919 Do We Need Guerrillas Trotsky 1919 Overcoming guerrilla ism Trotsky 1919 The Transitional Program Now Nahuel Moreno 1980 A Semi feudal Alibi for Protracted War Filemon Lagman 1994 A New Type Revolution of the Wrong Type Lagman 1994 On Imperialist War On the underlying causes and nature of Imperialist War Imperialism Highest Stage of Capitalism Lenin 1916 War and the International Trotsky 1914 Imperialism and the War Kautsky 1914 Sylvia Pankhurst on Imperialist War Thoughts on Easter Week 1916 The New War 1919 The Truth about the Oil War 1922 On Opposition to the First World War The Zimmerwald Manifesto 1915 Militarism and Anti Militarism Karl Liebknecht 1907 The Junius Pamphlet Rosa Luxemburg 1915 The Main Enemy Is At Home Karl Liebknecht 1915 Zimmerwald John MacLean 1915 Speech from the Dock John MacLean 1918 See also definitions of Imperialism Zimmerwald The Brest Litovsk Treaty and The Russian Civil War in the M I A Encyclopedia Lenin on War 1915 1917 Defeat of Our Government in the Imperialist War Socialism and War Socialist Revolution and Right of Nations to Self Determination Opportunism and the Collapse of the Second International Principles Involved In the War Issue Bourgeois

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  • Marxism and Workers' Organisations
    in Reactionary Trade Unions 1920 Draft Resolutions of the 10th Party Congress 1921 Around the first decade of the 20th century many revolutionaries saw the trade unions as the main vehicle for the achievement of socialism James Connolly Daniel De Leon Eugene Debs and John MacLean wrote extensively on the trade unions We mention just a few of the more important works from their archives See the definition of Anarcho Syndicalism in the M I A Encyclopedia The I W W and Biography of Eugene Debs by James P Cannon Eugene Debs Revolutionary Unionism 1905 James Connolly Industrial Unionism and Constructive Socialism 1908 Industrialism and the Trade Unions 1910 The Problem of Trade Union Organisation 1910 Revolutionary Unionism and War 1915 Daniel De Leon The Burning Question of Trade Unionism 1904 The Chicago Convention 1905 Industrial Unionism 1913 Georgi Dmitrov Trade Unions in Bulgaria and Their Organization 1907 The Budapest Resolution 1911 Towards Unity 1914 The Tasks of the Trade Unions 1920 John MacLean One Big Union 1920 The Unemployed 1920 Anton Pannekoek Trade Unionism 1936 Letter on Workers Councils 1952 Paul Mattick Workers Control Leon Trotsky Communism and Syndicalism 1923 31 The Role of Strikes in a Revolution 1931 Workers Control of Production 1931 Factory Councils and Workers Control of Production 1931 The Trade Unions in Britain 1933 On Britain Trade Unions in the Transitional Epoch 1938 Trade Unions in the Epoch of Imperialist Decay 1940 Discussions With Trotsky On the Transitional Program Nationalised Industry and Workers Management 1938 From the History Archive The Lawrence Strike of 1912 The General Strike Social crises are often marked by a general strike which brings the crisis to a head by cutting off the means of all social life But how can the workers movement move from stopping production to seizing political power and taking over control of production The Bakunists at Work Marx 1873 The Social Revolution Kautsky 1908 Will there be a General Strike John MacLean 1921 Notes on the Situation in Britain 1925 26 Trotsky 1925 26 On the struggle in Britain in retrospect Trotsky 1931 The CP and the British General Strike 1926 Hallas 1976 The Belgian General Strike Tony Cliff 1961 Belgium Strike to Revolution Tony Cliff 1961 Marxism and the Trade Unions Hal Draper 1970 Discussion at the Second Congress of the Communist International 1920 Discussion on the role of the Communist Party in the Revolution Continuation of Discussion on the role of the Communist Party Theses on the Role of the Communist Party in the Revolution Discussion on the Trade Unions Continuation of discussion on the Trade Unions On the formation of Soviets On Entry into the British Labour Party Documents of the Second Congress of the Communist International Conditions under which Workers Soviets may be formed The Trade Union Movement and Factory committees From the History Archive History of the Third International 1919 43 The Red International of Trade Unions 3rd Congress 1921 Communist Work in the Trade Unions 4th Congress 1922 The Political

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  • Women and Marxism: Marxists Internet Archive
    August 1840 1913 Begum Rokeya 1880 1932 Benhabib Seyla 1950 Besant Annie 1847 1933 Bobrovskaya Cecilia 1873 19 Bryant Louise 1885 1936 Carpenter Edward 1844 1929 Cliff Tony 1917 2000 Comyn Marian Connolly James and DeLeon Daniel Darwin Charles 1809 1882 Davis Angela 1944 Dell Floyd 1887 1969 Dixon Marlene Dollinger Genora 1913 1995 Dunayevskaya Raya 1910 1987 Ebert Teresa Ehrenreich Barbara 1941 Engels Frederick 1820 1895 Field Alice Withrow 1909 1960 Firestone Shulamith Flynn Elizabeth Gurley 1890 1964 Foley Martha 1919 Fraser Clara 1923 1998 Friedan Betty 1921 2006 Gimenez Martha Greer Germaine Herbst Josephine 1892 1969 Inber Vera 1890 1972 Jones Mother 1830 1930 Kaneko Josephine Conger Kang Hu Kiang Kautsky Luise 1864 1944 Keller Helen 1880 1968 Kelley Florence 1859 1932 Koedt Anne 1941 Kollontai Alexandra 1872 1952 Krupskaya Nadezhada 1869 1939 Lafargue Paul 1841 1911 Lenin V I 1870 1924 Le Sueur Meridel 1900 1996 Lewis Lena Morrow 1900 1996 Limpus Laurel Longuet Jenny Marx 1844 1883 Luxemburg Rosa 1871 1919 Mao Tse Tung 1893 1976 Marcy Mary 1877 1922 Marx Eleanor Aveling 1855 1898 Marx Jenny Von Westphalen 1814 1881 Marx Karl 1818 1883 Milhaud Edgar Mill John Stuart 1806 1873 Millett Kate 1934 Mitchell Juliet 1940 Montefiore Dora 1851 1932 Nicholson Linda O Hare Kate Richards 1877 1948 Pablo Michel 1911 1996 Pankhurst E Sylvia 1882 1960 Page Myra 1897 1993 Parker Dorothy 1893 1967 Parlow Maud Pichugina M Pollitt Marjorie Reed Evelyn 1905 1979 Reissner Larissa 1895 1926 Rolland Holst Henriettte Rowbotham Sheila Sanger Margaret 1879 1966 Schreiner Olive Ralph Iron 1855 1920 Shaginyan Marietta 1888 1982 Shaw George Bernard 1856 1950 Simmons May Wood Spadoni Adriana Spargo John 1876 1966 Stalin Joseph 1879 1953 Stokes Rose Pastor 1879 1933 Trotsky Leon 1879 1940 Trotsky Natalia Sedova 1882 1962 Turner Beth Vorse Mary

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  • The Bolsheviks
    he finally died on January 21 1924 See Lenin s Testament only shortly after the end of the Wars of Intervention See Memories of an old comrade by Christian Rakovsky Leon Trotsky Archive biography did not join the Mensheviks or Bolsheviks until returning to Petrograd in 1917 and becoming convinced that only the Bolsheviks could make the Revolution and agreeing with Lenin s call for an insurrection Trotksy led the Military Revolutionary Committee which organised the insurrection and went on to build and lead the Red Army After Stalin seized the leadership of the Party he formed the Left Opposition but was deported and in 1940 assassinated His History of the Russian Revolution and Revolution Betrayed are important analyses of the Russian Revolution Nadezhada Krupskaya Archive biography was a longstanding Bolshevik and Lenin s wife Krupskaya worked in education after the revolution After Lenin s death she carried a great deal of prestige but was unable to prevent Stalin s triumph and was isolated Alexandra Kollontai Archive biography was the most prominent female member of the Bolshevik Party a leader of the left wing Workers Opposition after the Revolution she championed the rights of women within the Soviet Union and raised feminist issues which went way beyond her times Eventually she was posted as a diplomat by Stalin where she was unable to play an active role in the party but lived longer than any of her comrades as a result Grigory Zinoviev Archive biography was one of the most prominent Old Bolsheviks who took on the role of leading the Communist International when it was founded in 1918 Like many others Zinoviev wavered in the struggle between Stalin and Trotsky but was eventually executed after the first of the Moscow Trials Lev Kamenev Archive biography was an Old Bolshevik an old friend of Lenin s from the days before the founding of the R S D L P Kamenev was closely associated with Zinoviev and was eventually shot on Stalin s orders in 1936 Nickolai Bukharin Archive biography one of the theoreticians of the Party and a gifted agitator Although initially close to Trotsky after the Revolution Bukharin was on the right of the Party favouring more cautious programs of socialisation and market socialism He was shot in 1938 Yevgeni Preobrazhensky biography a Central Committee member mostly remembered for the ABC of Communism which he wrote jointly with Bukharin Shot in 1937 Karl Radek Archive biography was a leading member of the Bolsheviks since 1901 and played an active role in the movement against World War I in Germany and Poland Radek was also involved in the work of the Communist International Later a member of the Left Opposition he died in prison Natalia Sedova Archive biography Trotsky s wife who accompanied him into exile David Riazanov Archive including biography joined the Bolsheviks only in 1917 but is most famous for having led the project in which the new Soviet state collected and published in large numbers all the

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