War and Revolutionary Socialism
The Second World War and the origins of International Socialism

Socialism 2014

June 26, 2014
With Joel Geier

War and revolution are acid tests for all politics, and the events of World War II were no different. The rethinking and renewal of Marxist theory arising from the war produced the core ideas of the international socialist tendency: Neither Washington nor Moscow, socialism from below, workers power not state nationalization defines a workers state, the class nature of Stalinism, opposition to all forms of imperialism, support for the European Resistance movement, as well as others.

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