100 Years Ago in Berlin: German Revolutionaries Step on the Grass
According to an old joke, Germans will never make a revolution because that would require stepping on the grass. Yet 100 years ago, as the First World War drew to a close, the workers’ movement in Germany was preparing an insurrection against the kaiser and the capitalists. On November 9, 1918, the general strike began in Berlin—after years of preparation.
Nathaniel FlakinNovember 9, 2018
Producing and Reproducing: Capitalism’s Dual Oppression of Women
The feminist movement has reemerged on a world scale, and the debate over how patriarchy and capitalism are related is once again on the agenda.
Celeste MurilloSeptember 11, 2018
No, Venezuela Was Never Socialist
Venezuela is facing an unprecedented crisis: Millions are fleeing the country due to shortages of food and medicine. Does this prove the failure of socialism? To better understand the situation in Venezuela, Left Voice spoke with Milton D'León, a Marxist worker from Caracas and editor of our sister site La Izquierda Diario Venezuela.
Nathaniel FlakinAugust 9, 2018
Revolution and Black Struggle: Marxism as a Weapon Against Racism and Capitalism
How can Marxism be used to fight the interconnected systems of racism and capitalism?
Marcello PablitoFebruary 1, 2018
Is it the ’empire’ or else imperialism?
The massive attacks against the WTC and the Pentagon back on September 11, 2001 and its aftermath -particularly, the growing interventionism and “unilateralism” of the US’s foreign policy- has raised an intense debate among the intellectuals and all the strands of politics worldwide. Many old (and not so old) ideas are being put to the […]
Juan ChingoJune 8, 2009