The State of Our Planet (2023)

If there is a political arena where the hopes of reformism are wearing thin and being proven futile, it is among environmental activists. A revolutionary perspective is desperately needed in the climate movement, now more than ever.


The Hungarian Revolution of 1956

In 1956, the Hungarian masses of working people fought courageously, not for the implementation of capitalism, or a brutal rule by “socialist” or “communist” party bureaucrats, but for socialism built on their own genuine power as workers.