Issue 151


Brexit: A world-historic turn

Alex Callinicos

A historic turning point in Brazil

Eduardo Albuquerque

Official and unofficial action in the fight against anti-union laws

Ralph Darlington

Marxism and the Anthropocene

Camilla Royle

What are we to do with Islam? The case of Turkey

Ron Margulies

Imperial silences: From Rhodes to Surabaya

John Newsinger

Where does ISIS come from?

Miriam Scharf

The rebirth of social democracy

Donny Gluckstein

The stagnation of the Dutch Socialist Party

Max van Lingen

Under Fire: A call for peace from the trenches

Leonard Marcel Ares

Does every child matter?

Ralph Tebbutt


Erich Fromm and social character: A reply to Iain Ferguson

Sabby Sagall

Book reviews

Disability, resistance and revolution

Rob Murthwaite

War from above, resistance from below

Marnie Holborow

State, power and bureaucracy

Tom Gordon

Capital in context

Jacques Bidet

Can we combine intersectionality with Marxism?

Laura Miles

Nine days that shaped the words

Bob Light

1956 and after

Emma Davis

Antonio Gramsci—Academic or Revolutionary?

Bob Fotheringham

Putting critical realism to work for education and revolution

Gail Edwards

Pick of the quarter

This quarter’s selection

Online only

How to stop the tanks

Ron Margulies

Day school: Marxism and Nature

Our next one day conference on Marxism and Nature will take place on Saturday 15 October 2016
with Ian Angus, editor of online journal Climate & Capitalism and author of Facing the Anthropocene
Go to for tickets and more information