In the first of three talks at Communist University 2010, historian Lars T Lih talks about Lenin’s famous pamphlet, What is to be done?
This is part of 1 of Moshe Machover’s talk, ‘Socialism and Democracy’, held at Communist University 2010.
This is part two of Moshe Machover’s talk, ‘Socialism and democracy’, given at Communist University 2010.
Jack Conrad addresses Communist University 2010 on the nature of communist programmes and the thinking behind the new CPGB Draft Programme.
Hands Off the People of Iran chair Yassamine Mather assesses the current situation in Iran at Communist University 2010.
Jack Conrad speaks to Communist University 2010 on the CPGB draft programme and the vision it outlines for the transition from capitalism to communism
In the second of three talks in his series on rediscovering Lenin, historian Lars T Lih looks at Lenin’s April Theses and some of the myths and misunderstandings surrounding it.
Historian Lars T Lih addresses Communist University 2010 on the thorny question of Lenin, the Bolsheviks and political freedom. Taking a historical perspective, he traces the role of political freedom from Marx and Engels onwards.
Chris Knight of the Radical Anthropology Group addresses Communist University 2010 on the subject of marxism and science
Historian Marc Mulholland talks about Marx’s understanding of the proletariat at Communist University 2010
In the second of three presentations held at Communist University, Hillel Ticktin speaks about the economic crisis in historical perspective.
Ben Lewis addresses Communist University 2010 on the significance of Grigory Zinoviev’s famous four-hour speech held at Halle congress of the German Independent Social Democrats (USPD) in October 1920.
A panel discussion with Mike Macnair (CPGB); Moshe Machover (Israeli socialist) and Hillel Ticktin (editor of Critique) held at Communist University 2010.