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  1. French Workers in Revolt: A New Stage in the Class Struggle, November-December 1995

    French Workers in Revolt: A New Stage in the Class Struggle, November-December 1995

    On-the-spot report of the strike wave that swept France in November- December 1995 against the attacks on social programs and pensions by the right-wing government of Prime Minister Alain Juppé. Learn More
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  2. Globalization and the International Working Class: A Marxist Assement (ePub)

    Globalization and the International Working Class: A Marxist Assement (ePub)

    Globalization and the International Working Class is a polemic that stands the test of time. Mehring Books is pleased to now offer this out-of-print title, first published in 1998 as a reply to the Spartacist League’s attack against the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI), in ePub and Kindle formats.

    This work analyzes the transformation of multi-national corporations into massive transnational entities, facilitated by the development of computer technology and telecommunications. Assessing the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the ICFI statement examines the role of the international labor movement, including the trade unions in the capitalist countries, under these changed conditions. The statement points out that the left petty-bourgeois tendencies (the “pseudo-left”) adopted a nationalist standpoint, adapting “to the Stalinist and social democratic bureaucracies in the advanced capitalist countries.”

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    $9.99
  3. The war comes home: Race, class & police violence in America (pdf)

    The war comes home: Race, class & police violence in America (pdf)

    This pamphlet draws the connection between the growth of police violence in the United States and the erection of a police military intelligence apparatus that operates without any legal or constitutional constraints.

    The pamphlet also examines the relation between the destruction of democratic rights and the growth of social inequality and between police violence at home and war overseas. It looks at the role of the Obama administration in bolstering the War on Terror by the American elites and the function of proponents of identity politics such as Democratic Party operative Al Sharpton.

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  4. The war comes home: Race, class & police violence in America

    The war comes home: Race, class & police violence in America

    This pamphlet draws the connection between the growth of police violence in the United States and the erection of a police military intelligence apparatus that operates without any legal or constitutional constraints. There is a parallel between intensifying police violence at home and the pursuit of war overseas.

    The growth of social inequality is at the heart of the destruction of democratic rights, and as such is directed at the entire working class - black, white, Hispanic and immigrant alike. Obama, the president of "Hope and Change", bolsters the American elite's War on Terror, imposing ever greater restrictions on fundamental rights; on the other hand, the administration relies on proponents of identity politics, such as Democratic Party operative Al Sharpton, to confuse and divide the working class.

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  5. In Defense of Marxism

    In Defense of Marxism

    This book documents Trotsky's intervention in the political struggle with the Burnham-Shachtman tendency inside the US Socialist Workers Party, which was of fundamental importance for the Fourth International. Learn More
    $25.00
  6. The Communist Manifesto

    The Communist Manifesto

    The manifesto, written in the months prior to the revolutionary wave of 1848 and distributed throughout Europe, is the first definitive statement of the methods and aims of the Communist movement. It introduces the materialist conception of history and of the class struggle, explaining how bourgeois society, having sprung up amid the formation of a world market, simplifies and intensifies class antagonisms by creating the proletariat, a class which has no property aside from its own ability to labor. Learn More
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  7. The World Capitalist Crisis and the Tasks of the Fourth International: Perspectives Resolution of the International Committee of the Fourth International

    The World Capitalist Crisis and the Tasks of the Fourth International: Perspectives Resolution of the International Committee of the Fourth International

    Written in 1988, this far-sighted document examines the globalization of the world economy and the mounting conflict of US, Japanese and European imperialism; the rapid growth of the countries of the Asian-Pacific Rim; and the significance of the process of capitalist restoration in China and the Soviet Union. Learn More
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  8. Los Angeles: The Class Issues - Bulletin Readers Series 2

    Los Angeles: The Class Issues - Bulletin Readers Series 2

    This pamphlet contains a collection of statements by the Workers League on the 1991 police beating of Rodney King in Los Angeles which sparked widespread rioting in many U.S. cities. (Bulletin Reader Series pamphlet) Learn More
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  9. The Globalization of Capitalist Production and the International Tasks of the Working Class: Perspectives Resolution of the Workers League

    The Globalization of Capitalist Production and the International Tasks of the Working Class: Perspectives Resolution of the Workers League

    1993 perspectives resolution of the Workers League (forerunner of the Socialist Equality Party US) Learn More
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  10. Globalization and the International Working Class: A Marxist Assement (.mobi)

    Globalization and the International Working Class: A Marxist Assement (.mobi)

    Globalization and the International Working Class is a polemic that stands the test of time. Mehring Books is pleased to now offer this out-of-print title, first published in 1998 as a reply to the Spartacist League’s attack against the International Committee of the Fourth International (ICFI), in ePub and Kindle formats.

    This work analyzes the transformation of multi-national corporations into massive transnational entities, facilitated by the development of computer technology and telecommunications. Assessing the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the ICFI statement examines the role of the international labor movement, including the trade unions in the capitalist countries, under these changed conditions. The statement points out that the left petty-bourgeois tendencies (the “pseudo-left”) adopted a nationalist standpoint, adapting “to the Stalinist and social democratic bureaucracies in the advanced capitalist countries.”

    Learn More
    $9.99

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