Karl Marx on Eugen Dühring

Anti-Dühring is Engels' enduring criticism of the mishmash of philosophy, science, and socialism published in Germany by Eugen Dühring (1833-1921) in the middle of the 19th century.


A Communist’s View: Urgency of Tackling 21st Century “Paradox”

Compelled by the insatiable drive for maximum profit and the resulting concentration of capital and wealth in ever-fewer private hands, modern capitalism has unleashed a series of processes (including global warming, nuclear proliferation and others) that are bringing humanity to the brink of unimaginable horror.

Reconsidering Democratic Centralism

As Shakespeare said “What’s in a name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”


Growing the Communist Party: Looking at Organizing Methods in a Historical Context

Millions of Americans, especially young ones, prefer socialism to capitalism.


On Imagining Socialism and Confronting the Unknowns

How that market should be structured to enhance equity and balance, to take a “more socialist,” more working class empowered direction – its an unknown.