Engels as a Strategist of Socialism
200 years after his birth, a look back at the "First Red Clausewitz"
Matías MaielloDecember 6, 2020
Engels, Working Women, and Socialist Feminism
Engels' sharp critique of the patriarchal family and the institution of marriage remains extremely powerful today. As part of his legacy to socialist feminism, he elevated the problem of the oppression of women to the theoretical level of social production, as part of the core concerns of Marxism.
Josefina L. MartínezNovember 28, 2020
Engels Still Lives at 200
Today marks 200 years since the birth of Friedrich Engels, the revolutionary leader who, side by side with Marx, elaborated a good part of what we know today as the theoretical bases of Marxism and built the first international organizations of “insurrectionist wage slaves” who adopted communism as the name for their objective.
Ariane DiazNovember 28, 2020