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  1. Wage-Labour and Capital/Value, Price and Profit

    Wage-Labour and Capital/Value, Price and Profit

    These two essays by Marx serve as an introduction to his economic teachings. The first is based on a series of lectures by Marx to the German Workingmen's Club of Brussels in 1847. The second is an address Marx gave in 1865. This edition contains an introduction written by Frederick Engels in 1891. Learn More
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  2. Grundrisse: Introduction to the Critique of Political Economy

    Grundrisse: Introduction to the Critique of Political Economy

    A compilation of Marx's economic notes, written in 1857-58, as part of the preparation for Das Kapital. This edition is from the Pelican Marx Library. Learn More

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  3. Forms of Value

    Forms of Value

    The first English translation of the appendix of the Value-Form, Volume 1, first edition of Capital. Translated by Axel Davidson. Learn More
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  4. The Essential Marx

    The Essential Marx

    This book contains an abridgement of the first volume of Marx's Capital prepared by Otto Rühle at Trotsky's request shortly before his assassination in 1940. Learn More

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  5. The Frankfurt School, Postmodernism and the Politics of the Pseudo-Left: A Marxist Critique

    The Frankfurt School, Postmodernism and the Politics of the Pseudo-Left: A Marxist Critique

    The polemical essays in this volume examine the complex interaction between history, philosophy and politics. The author defends historical materialism against contemporary anti-Marxist philosophical tendencies related to the Frankfurt School and postmodernism.

    Among the topics covered are the irrationalist assault on the traditions of the Enlightenment, the reactionary character of modern utopianism, and the importance of a historically-directed consciousness in the understanding of objective political reality. The book evaluates the work of such neo-utopian theoreticians as Hendrik de Man, Ernst Bloch, Wilhelm Reich, and Herbert Marcuse.

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  6. The Economic Crisis & the Return of History

    The Economic Crisis & the Return of History

    The economic crash of 2008, starting with the collapse of Lehman Brothers, set off the deepest world recession since the 1930s, and led to the destruction of tens of millions of jobs internationally. World governments, led by the newly-elected Obama administration, handed out trillions of dollars to ensure the bad debts of the banks and of financial speculators, even while imposing 50% wage cuts on US autoworkers and impoverishment of the broad population.

    David North, chairman of the International Editorial Board of the World Socialist Web Site, argues that the rapid growth of social inequality, rooted in the historic crisis of the capitalist system, will bring on titanic class struggles internationally. The complete breakdown of democratic forms of government, the turn to the far-right by today's ruling elites, the mad pursuit of escalating wars, and the emergence of working class struggle, all provide further confirmation that far from being at an end, "History" is very much with us.

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  7. The Historical & International  Foundations of the Socialist Equality Party (Britain)

    The Historical & International Foundations of the Socialist Equality Party (Britain)

    The document was adopted unanimously at the founding congress of the Socialist Equality Party (SEP), held October 22-25, 2010 in Manchester. It reviews and examines the most critical political experiences of the British working class, centering in particular on the post-war history of the Trotskyist movement. Learn More
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  8. The Economic Crisis and the Return of History (PDF)

    The Economic Crisis and the Return of History (PDF)

    David North, in three lectures delivered within a few months of the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers, argues that the rapid growth of social inequality rooted in the historic crisis of the capitalist system, will bring on titanic class struggles internationally. The crisis of 2008 represented a turning point in American and world capitalism.

    Published in 2012, and drawing attention to the mass upsurges of 2011, the themes in these lectures are indispensable for workers and youth currently entering onto the stage of history.

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  9. The Breakdown of Capitalism and the Fight for Socialism in the United States:  Program of the Socialist Equality Party (PDF)

    The Breakdown of Capitalism and the Fight for Socialism in the United States: Program of the Socialist Equality Party (PDF)

    A fighting revolutionary program for the American working class, adopted by the First National Congress of the Socialist Equality Party in August 2010, this document lays out an analysis of the global economic crisis, its political implications and the tasks of the working class. The SEP program outlines a series of basic social rights for jobs, education and culture, health care and democratic rights—all of which are under attack within the current capitalist system—and can only be won by the mobilization of the working class.

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  10. The Historical and International Foundations of the Socialist Equality Party (US) (PDF)

    The Historical and International Foundations of the Socialist Equality Party (US) (PDF)

    This document was adopted at the founding congress of the Socialist Equality Party (SEP) held in Ann Arbor, Michigan on August 3-9, 2008. Tracing essential historical events and political experiences spanning more than a century, the work establishes the theoretical and political basis of the struggle for socialism. Learn More
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