[Originally published in July of 1920, during the Second Congress of the Communist International, the following was intended to set the foundation of the new party model and set the practical agenda for all Comintern members. Moreover, it represented the final defeat of the most critical organizational errors of the Second International. While it is […]

[The following review by Wiawimawo of J. Sakai’s The Dangerous Class and Revolutionary Theory was originally published by MIM(Prisons). As always, the following has been made available here for the purposes of study and struggle.] The bulk of this double book is looking at the limited and contradictory writings of Marx/Engels and Mao on the […]

[Originally given as a speech in 1950 by Mao on the condition of the Communist Party and the People’s Republic, this speech holds invaluable lessons to any current revolutionary movements faced with the seemingly insurmountable odds in uniting the people for the sake of revolution. We must not give ourselves over to ultra-leftist and sectarian […]

By now most everyone is familiar with the situation in Honduras, wherein the incumbent neoliberal stooge, Juan Orlando Hernandez, and the corrupt electoral tribunal (TSE) have tampered with the vote in order to block the Bolivarian candidate, Salvador Nasralla, from rightfully taking the presidency. For those who are not yet aware of what has happened, […]

[Issued in 1937 as a corrective to bureaucratic, commandist, as well as tailist errors, On Practice, along with its elaborative but independent philosophical counterpart On Contradiction, remain the best distillations of the Marxist method, and the best correctives to doctrinaire sterility, as well as errors “left” and right. On the 124th anniversary of the birth […]

[Varavara Rao is a revolutionary communist, poet and supporter of the Naxalite rebellion. He has given lectures on the Maoist movement in India, and expressed unwavering solidarity with the revolutionaries struggling for the the liberation of the country and the defeat of imperialism. The following interview was conducted by the Mumbai Mirror, on some of the […]

[This is part of a larger document originally published by the Revolutionary Communist League of Britain (Marxist-Leninist) entitled “Criticism of the Revolutionary Interntaionalist Movement” published in 1988. In it, there are several citations to the RIM’s founding declaration, for the purposes of clarity we will include a link to that document here. This particular section […]

By Zak Brown Introduction Unlike the stiff and boring Marxism which exist primarily on campus and the internet, feminism is actually becoming cool again. Now, feminism itself invokes all sorts of imagery from every conceivable position on the Left and all manner of terrible outcry from the Right. However, when I say Feminism I am […]

We often reference to putting “politics-in-command” and contrast this policy with those we find revisionist. But what exactly does this mean and how does it relate to the revolutionary science? Here we hope to shed some light on this critical issue. Originally found in Peking Review No. 30 published in July of 1969 the following is an analysis […]

The following comments by French philosophical luminary Jean-Paul Sartre were part of a 1969 interview included in the anthology entitled Between Marxism and Existentialism. While we normally do not highlight existential philosophy or existential philosophers, the following comments are noteworthy for the inclusion of Marxist methodology and prescient view with regards to the GPCR. As […]