Trotskyists in France Are Reconstituting a Fighting Revolutionary Left. There Are Important Lessons for the United States
The Far Left in France, which has grown complacent at best and has crossed the class line at worst, is being resuscitated with revolutionary politics thanks to the efforts of Révolution Permanente — which include launching a new organization. There are lessons for the United States in what has happened in France and in the opportunities to come.
Scott CooperJune 23, 2022
A World to Win: Sign Up for Left Voice’s Intro to Marxism Reading Group
Join us this spring in an Intro to Marxism Reading Group. Meetings will be held every Sunday at 6 pm ET.
Left VoiceFebruary 10, 2022
Sixty-Five People at the RIO Summer Camp in Germany: Revolutionary Regroupment, Not Participation with the Government
Trotskyists in Germany held a summer camp in late August, where discussions focused on revolutionary regroupment as part of an international perspective of reconstructing the Fourth International.
Marius RautenbergSeptember 11, 2021
The Concept of Hegemony Goes Beyond Identity Politics and Economism
Left Voice's own Jimena Vergara sits down with Argentinian Marxist and Trotskyist Fraction member Juan Dal Maso to discuss his latest book, "Hegemony and Class Struggle: Trotsky, Gramsci, and Marxism."
Jimena VergaraAugust 14, 2021
How Joseph Stalin Helped Create the State of Israel
Joseph Stalin committed numerous crimes against the international working class. But one of his greatest crimes was the support he gave to the foundation of the state of Israel. Trotskyists, in contrast, have always opposed Zionism.
Nathaniel FlakinMay 21, 2021
The Capitalist Disaster and the Struggle for an International of Socialist Revolution
This manifesto was approved by the leaderships of the groups of the Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth International in April 2021.
Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth InternationalApril 18, 2021
Reconnecting Gramsci to the Traditions of Revolutionary Marxism: A Review of “Hegemonía y Lucha de Clases”
Juan Dal Maso’s "Hegemonía y lucha de clases. Tres ensayos sobre Trotsky, Gramsci y el marxismo" represents an ambitious attempt to rethink the relation of Gramsci to the traditions of revolutionary Marxism, by means of a critique of those positions that emphasised the possibility of a reformist reading of Gramsci and of an attempt to suggest that Gramsci and Trotsky faced the same open challenges of redefining revolutionary strategy.
Panagiotis SotirisApril 7, 2021