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BY J. Sykes | United States | 1/22/23
Trotskyism has been one of the most persistent and damaging opportunist ideological opponents of Marxism-Leninism within the left.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 12/24/22
After waging revolution from 1927 to 1949, Mao Zedong proclaimed from Tiananmen Gate that “the Chinese people have stood up!”
BY J. Sykes | United States | 12/21/22
How is it possible that the Soviet Union, bastion of socialism and proletarian internationalism, collapsed in 1991?
BY J. Sykes | United States | 12/11/22
As Marxist-Leninists in the United States, we can draw lessons from the experiences of others in carrying out revolution and building socialism.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 12/06/22
The historic task of the working class in the socialist revolution is to eliminate all oppression. This includes the oppression of women and LGBTQ people from the shackles of patriarchy. 
BY J. Sykes | United States | 11/27/22
The Russian Empire under the Tsar was rightly called a “prisonhouse of nations,” because it oppressed, within its borders, whole nations of people.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 11/20/22
Contradiction is inherent in everything and is what causes things to change qualitatively. In socialist society there are also contradictions.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 11/15/22
The task of socialism is to transition from capitalist society to communist society, from a society ruled by and for the rich, based on exploitation and oppression, to a society without classes and without exploitation and oppression.
BY J. Sykes | United States | 11/07/22
In our previous article on the relationship between the superstructure and the economic base in historical materialism, we explained that the superstructure is basically the cultural, ideological, political and legal aspect of the mode of production, which arises from the economic base and, in turn, supports and helps reproduce the economic base.
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.
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