Category Politics

Fictitious Capital and Contracted Social Reproduction Today; China and Permanent Revolution

Marikana: A Point of Rupture?

BOOK REVIEW: Michael D. Yates, ed., Wisconsin Uprising: Labor Fights Back (2012)

The State and the Social Movements

Letter From Mexico City

BOOK REVIEW: John Eric Marot, The October Revolution in Prospect and Retrospect: Interventions in Russian and Soviet History (2012)

BOOK REVIEW: Eric Leif Davin, Crucible of Freedom: Workers' Democracy in the Industrial Heartland, 1914–1960 (2010)

Notes Towards a Critique of Maoism

Silences on the Suppression of Workers Self-Emancipation: Historical Problems with CLR James's Interpretation of V.I. Lenin

Jurassic Park in France: The Return of the French Communist Party and the Mélenchon Phenomenon: An Interview with Yves Coleman

Notes on the Fly

The Radicalization of Decolonize/Occupy Seattle (Guest Article)

OWS and the working class

Occupy LA: The Worst of the Best

Occupy Atlanta: Privilege Politics or Popular Self-Management for the Post-Civil Rights City (Guest Article)

Letter From Spain: The November 2011 General Elections in Spain: Indignation Trapped in the Ballot Box

Letter From France: French Trotskyist Traveling-Salesman Besancenot Touts Moth-Eaten Electoral Wares in New York

Globalization of Capital, Globalization of Struggle

The Sky Is Always Darkest Just Before the Dawn: Class Struggle in the US from the 2008 Crash to the Eve of the Occupations Movement

The Next Step for Occupy Wall Street: Occupy Buildings, Occupy Workplaces

BOOK REVIEW: Kevin Anderson, Marx at the Margins (2010)

Lessons from the Tekel strikes: class solidarity and ethnic (in)difference

Elephant on a Skateboard

A Report on Recent Struggles in Greece

Crisis in the US: Social and Economic Effects, Restructuring and Methods of Adapting

California Is Not Dreaming

Wildcat Strikes in China

From Iron Mines to Iron Bars

Presenting Insurgent Notes

The Historical Moment That Produced Us

A Chinese Alternative? Interpreting the Chinese New Left Politically