Late fifteenth century Germany into which the radical millenarian preacher Thomas Müntzer was born was a time of social and political unrest: the perfect time to be questioning the basic tenets of the Papal Church.
On 19 September 1871, when the First International was holding its conference in London, Karl Marx asked to speak and proposed that the delegates adopt ‘Proposal no. 3’, which recommended ‘the foundation of women’s sections among women workers’.
In honor of the re-issue of Michael Löwy's book,The Theory of Revolution in the Young Marx, the French publication interviewed Löwy about his approach to Marx's work and how his relationship to Marx and Marxism has evolved over time.
Written for Valentines4Palestine, a series of events held at independent bookshops across the UK to raise money for the PEN Emergency Fund for Palestinian writers at risk, Emily LaBarge reads Ghassan Kanafani’s poem "Letter from Gaza" against the current Israeli assault as a revolutionary love letter to his homeland.