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Reassessing the Legacy of Louis Althusser on His 100-Year Anniversary: An Interview with Warren Montag

Louis Althusser was one of the most disputed scholars in the Marxist tradition. Condemned as a revisionist by some, celebrated as a brilliant, innovative Marxist philosopher by others, his theoretical contributions still spur interest and controversy today, almost thirty years after his death.

Juan Dal Maso

October 16, 2018

Antoinette Konikow: Pioneering Fighter for Women’s Rights and Socialism

Antoinette Konikow (1869-1946) was a pioneering socialist feminist, advocate for women’s reproductive autonomy, and a founding member of the Socialist Party of America, the Communist Party, and then the U.S. Trotskyist movement. Sadly, today she is little known and underappreciated, though she deserves wider recognition.

Kate Frey

March 26, 2018

Still Not a Neutral Player on a Moving Train: Carrying Howard Zinn’s Torch in the Classrooms and in the Streets

We remember Howard Zinn on the eighth anniversary of his death.

Michael Gottlieb

January 27, 2018

Testament of Leon Trotsky

On August 20, 1940, an assassin sent by Stalin murdered Leon Trotsky. Yet the ideas of the Russian revolutionary remain relevant 77 years after his death. Left Voice republishes the testament of the founder of the Red Army as a tribute.

Leon Trotsky

August 20, 2017