100 years of International Women’s Day
In 1910 Clara Zetkin, a German Marxist, proposed that the second
Conference of Working Women in Copenhagen organise an International
Working Women’s Day.
Hundredth anniversary of International Women’s Day
How 18 million people brought down Thatcher
Political Genocide in the USSR - Review of new book by Russian historian
Vadim Z. Rogovin (Mehring Books)
The nightmare of capitalism’s return to the land of the October
The end of the Soviet Union
East German revolution and counter revolution
In August 1980, Poland’s Stalinist regime was rocked by a massive strike
wave which swept across the country.
Robert Service declines invitation to debate the life of Leon Trotsky
On the 20th anniversary of 1989…
Capitalism abolished, but power in hands of Stalinist Communist Party