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Issue #166 of Fightback magazine

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In Defense of Marxism

The International Marxist Tendency is proud to announce the launch of its new theoretical quarterly, In Defense of Marxism!

In What Is To Be Done?, Lenin famously said that “without revolutionary theory there can be no revolutionary movement.” In Defense of Marxism provides timely analysis, not just of current issues, but also questions relating to history, philosophy, economics, science and culture. There has never been a more pressing need for a clear theoretical response that can answer the bourgeois and reformist skeptics and cut through the distortions about Marxism.

In issue #36, Adam Booth looks at one of capitalism’s oldest myths around the efficiency of the so-called “free market” and its supposed superiority to a socialist planned economy (The Austrian School of Economics: Capitalism’s Free-Market Fanatics). Rob Sewell uncovers Lenin’s ideas and how they developed alongside the tumultuous events in Russia during his formative years (The Young Lenin). Fred Weston and Parson Young trace Rosa Luxemburg’s thought during her political life and clarify the differences and convergences between her and the Bolsheviks (Rosa Luxemburg and the Bolsheviks: Dispelling the Myths).