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BY J. Sykes | United States | 10/31/22
There are two main points to understand about socialism. First, it is based on the state power of the working class, and second, its aim is to transition from capitalism to communism.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 10/23/22
Communists have a proud history of fighting on the front lines of the resistance to fascism, from the International Brigades in Spain, to the Antifascist Resistance in occupied Europe, to the heroic struggle of the Soviet people to defend the USSR and defeat Nazi Germany.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 10/16/22
The working class must be organized, and it must organize together broadly with its allies. This “united front” against monopoly capitalism is the revolutionary strategy that will carry us forward toward being able to overthrow the imperialists.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 10/09/22
Marxism-Leninism is the science of revolution. The purpose of revolutionary theory is to guide revolutionary practice.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 10/02/22
The central point of the Marxist-Leninist understanding of the state is that it is always and everywhere the product of antagonistic class contradictions.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 9/25/22
In order to have a successful revolution that can overthrow the capitalist ruling class, put the working class into power, and build socialism, we need to be organized in the way that is best suited to that task.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 9/18/22
In the previous two articles in this series, we’ve discussed imperialism, or monopoly capitalism, which Lenin called “the last stage of capitalism.”
BY J. Sykes | United States | 9/11/22
Imperialism means monopoly capitalism, but it brings along with it war and national oppression.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 9/04/22
Now that we’ve spent some time looking at the basic concepts of Marx’s critique of political economy, let’s move on to Lenin’s analysis of imperialism.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 8/28/22
It is a fact of historical materialism that the development of the productive forces reduces the amount of labor required by production.
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