Jack London’s timeless classic. 
Jack London, the socialist author, died one hundred years ago on 22 November 1916. Probably his most well-known book, The Iron Heel, describes an epic struggle against brutal capitalism. Although fictional, contemporary events form the backdrop. The book was published in 1907,...


November 7th anniversary of workers’ taking power. 
Today (7 November) on the 99th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, we republish an overview of the momentous year by Clare Doyle, which was first published on this site in November 2014.


The decline of British imperialism and rise of the colonial revolution.
Sixty years ago Egyptian president Colonel Nasser's proclamation of the nationalisation of the Suez Canal was an electrifying rallying call for the country's working class and poor and throughout the Middle East. Britain's Tory government, along with...


When workers fought arms in hand to end Stalinist dictatorship. 
On October 23rd, 1956, a mass demonstration in Budapest opened up twelve days of unprecedented revolutionary struggle. To mark the 60th anniversary of these dramatic events, the CWI is re-publishing, in the form of a small pamphlet, two articles written...


US ‘deep state’ under the spotlight. 
“It’s not about terrorism,” says Edward Snowden in Oliver Stone’s latest movie, “Terrorism is just the excuse. It’s about social and economic control.”


Review of "The Life and Death of Leon Trotsky", published in the latest issue of Socialism Today


50 years ago the ’Cultural Revolution’ began in China.

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