Monthly Archives: April 2014

Marx’s ‘Capital’ and Our Tasks

Marx’s Capital and Our Tasks Marx divided his study into different interconnected parts. Volume 1 of the process of the production of capital, volume 2 of the process of its circulation and volume 3 of capitalist production as a whole … Continue reading

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Considerations on Capital’s Offensive against Social Provision : Changing Conditions, New Forms of Struggle

Further Considerations on Capital’s Offensive against Social Provision : Changing Conditions, New Forms of Struggle. As I see it, the question at the moment is that of how to oppose the wholesale transfer of social provision by the state power into … Continue reading

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From Where We Stand : The Limits of Trade Unionism in its Current Form of Organisation and Bureaucratised Structure

From Where We Stand : The Limits of Trade Unionism in its Current Form of Organisation and Bureaucratised Structure Surely what is critical now is an analysis and realisation of the limitations of the traditional forms of struggle because we … Continue reading

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From Trade Unions towards Social Unions : Four Transitional Proposals for Consideration

From Trade Unions towards Social Unions : Four Transitional Proposals for Consideration Working within the trade union movement itself, to propose… [1]  the recruitment of people into the trade union movement from all areas of ‘non-employment’ i.e. from outside the workplace. For … Continue reading

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Capital-in-Crisis, Global Warming and the Gulf Stream : Implications for Maritime Climates

Capital-in-Crisis, Global Warming and the Gulf Stream : Implications for Maritime Climates The uncontrollable unfolding of the structural crisis of capital is having the most profound effects on Nature on a global scale. It’s effects on Nature can only worsen … Continue reading

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A Century of Lenin’s Imperialism

A Century of Lenin’s Imperialism In the Preface to the French and German editions of Imperialism, Lenin writes…. the main purpose of the book was, and remains, to present, on the basis of the summarised returns of irrefutable bourgeois statistics, and the … Continue reading

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