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The following text is a report of a meeting held by the group Révolution Internationale in February 1972. The subject under discussion was “the content of socialism”. This was the first time the group as a whole had dealt with such a subject. The aim of the meeting was not to pretend to end up with a ready-made, immutable theory on what the content of socialism should be, but rather to open up the discussion, to begin dealing with the problem by studying the experience of past revolutions and the theories put forward by revolutionaries throughout the history of the workers' movement.

Marxism and Ecology

Why marxists reject all versions of the “Green New Deal”, from the mainstream to its most left wing variants

What is 'Lotta Comunista' in reality?

In Britain, the group Lotta Comunista hides behind the “Internationalist Workers Club”, which runs food banks in London. It may at first sight look like an internationalist organisation from the tradition of the Communist left. This article argues that appearances can be deceptive.

Government and unions set the miners up for defeat

Whatever their intentions, the recent TV documentaries on the 1984-5 miners' strike provide evidence how a trap was laid for the workers by the twin strategies of government and unions.