Tag: Marxism

Subaltern Hegemony and the Recomposition of the Left

Autonomy, strategy, experimentation and creativity will all be necessary in order for the subaltern classes and the Left to develop their own hegemonic forms and practices. Doing so will be necessary to challenge capitalist social relations and hegemony.

Desire, Repression, Revolution: Jean Nicolas and “The Homosexual Question”

In the 1970s, Jean Nicolas, Trotskyist militant and activist of the French Homosexual Front of Revolutionary Action, published “The Homosexual Question,” a brilliant analysis of the history of the oppression of “homosexuals” and the struggle for liberation, as connected to the struggle for socialism and new human relations.

Marx in SoHo: An Interview with Actor Bob Weick

For the last fifteen years, actor and activist Bob Weick has played Karl Marx in Howard Zinn’s Marx in SoHo for audiences around the world. Weick sat down with Left Voice to talk about his experience playing one of the greatest thinkers of all time, the resurgence of socialism in the United States today and why Marx is as relevant today as ever before.

Left Voice Launches New Magazine in New York

Last Friday, Left Voice held a launch party in New York City for its fourth print issue. The event was standing room only as speakers spoke about their experiences as socialists in the class struggle, fighting the union bureaucracy and the need for the political independence of the working class.

Class, Social Movements and the Return of Marxism

In this article, the Argentinian Marxist Juan Dal Maso discusses the post-Marxist currents in Latin America and poses the challenges socialists face to articulate the class struggle and the resistance of social movements against capital.

Marxism: A Method, Theory and Practice

A central question for those awakening to political life today is this: What is Marxism, and what does it mean for our political analysis and practice? To begin to answer this question, we must see Marxism not only as a theory but as a method of analysis and a political practice.

Subaltern Hegemony and the Recomposition of the Left

Autonomy, strategy, experimentation and creativity will all be necessary in order for the subaltern classes and the Left to develop their own hegemonic forms and practices. Doing so will be necessary to challenge capitalist social relations and hegemony.

Desire, Repression, Revolution: Jean Nicolas and “The Homosexual Question”

In the 1970s, Jean Nicolas, Trotskyist militant and activist of the French Homosexual Front of Revolutionary Action, published “The Homosexual Question,” a brilliant analysis of the history of the oppression of “homosexuals” and the struggle for liberation, as connected to the struggle for socialism and new human relations.

Marx in SoHo: An Interview with Actor Bob Weick

For the last fifteen years, actor and activist Bob Weick has played Karl Marx in Howard Zinn’s Marx in SoHo for audiences around the world. Weick sat down with Left Voice to talk about his experience playing one of the greatest thinkers of all time, the resurgence of socialism in the United States today and why Marx is as relevant today as ever before.

Left Voice Launches New Magazine in New York

Last Friday, Left Voice held a launch party in New York City for its fourth print issue. The event was standing room only as speakers spoke about their experiences as socialists in the class struggle, fighting the union bureaucracy and the need for the political independence of the working class.

Class, Social Movements and the Return of Marxism

In this article, the Argentinian Marxist Juan Dal Maso discusses the post-Marxist currents in Latin America and poses the challenges socialists face to articulate the class struggle and the resistance of social movements against capital.

Marxism: A Method, Theory and Practice

A central question for those awakening to political life today is this: What is Marxism, and what does it mean for our political analysis and practice? To begin to answer this question, we must see Marxism not only as a theory but as a method of analysis and a political practice.