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Reformism

Karl Kautsky: From Pope to Renegade

In the last few years, there has been a revival of interest in Kautsky's politics in both academia and on the political left.

Doug Enaa Greene

October 3, 2018

The Problem of Reformism

Revolutionaries have classically rejected the reformists’ political method of relying on the electoral/legislative process and the capitalist state. Here is why.

Robert Brenner

August 20, 2018

The Politics of Rupture

In political theory and philosophy, especially leftist theory and philosophy, one not infrequently encounters the notion of ‘rupture.’ But what does a ‘rupture’ refer to, and why does it matter?

Ben Rosenfield

April 20, 2018

Reformism, Centrism and Revolution

Initial conclusions from the debates that took place during the recent Tenth International Conference of the Trotskyist Fraction.

Emilio Albamonte

August 22, 2016

SYRIZA and the Position of Revolutionaries

The unprecedented results of the Greek elections in May 2012 that gave SYRIZA the possibility of forming a government led by Alexis Tsipras bring to light once more the debate around the position of revolutionaries regarding the political forces to the “left of the left”. This is even more important taking into account that SYRIZA is softening its discourse.

Philippe Alcoy

June 16, 2012