Series: Revolutionary Ideas of Marx writers examine some of the main themes in the writings of Karl Marx and the Marxists who followed him.
  • Marx's theory of working-class revolution

    Marx's view of the world is built around the centrality of the struggle between exploiter and exploited--ultimately over whether society will go forward or not.

  • Can the working class unite?

    For the working class to create a socialist society, it must achieve unity in its ranks--and that means championing all struggles against oppression.

  • Marxism and political organization

    Karl Marx and Frederick Engels insisted that the working class would need its own organization to achieve a new society.