Crisis and Class Struggle: World Perspectives 2016—Part Three

putin and obamaThe following is the third part of a draft document which will be discussed at the World Congress of the International Marxist Tendency this summer. The main aim of this document is to define the main economic, social, and political trends in the world today and to develop a perspective for the class struggle in the next period. The document was originally drafted in October 2015.

Perspectives for the US Revolution 2016

The following is the US perspectives document which was discussed and voted on at the National Congress of the US section of the International Marxist Tendency. The document aims to outline the main economic, social, and political developments in the United States over the past period and lay out perspectives for the class struggle in the coming period.

Crisis and Class Struggle: World Perspectives 2016—Part Two

MinimumWageThe following is the second part of a draft document which will be discussed at the World Congress of the International Marxist Tendency this summer. The main aim of this document is to define the main economic, social and political trends in the world today and to develop a perspective for the class struggle in the next period. The document was originally drafted in October 2015.

Crisis and Class Struggle: World Perspectives 2016—Part One

stock-brokerThe following is the first part of a draft document which will be discussed at the World Congress of the International Marxist Tendency this summer. The main aim of this document is to define the main economic, social and political trends in the world today and to develop a perspective for the class struggle in the next period. The document was originally drafted in October 2015.

How You Can Help the IMT Get Offices in New York City!

wil1Interest in socialism has risen dramatically in recent months, as millions of people, especially the youth, are questioning the current system. However, socialism doesn't appear out of nowhere. To overthrow capitalism requires the actions of the organized working class, guided by the ideas of Marxism. The International Marxist Tendency is working to build an organization to prepare for the events to come and to connect with all of those interested in socialism. We are serious about the task ahead of us, and have made the decision to rent an office in New York City, the finance and media capital of the world. This will be a centralized location from which we can coordinate our work locally, nationally, and internationally, as well as expand our bookstore selections and MarxistBooks.com, and to host meetings to discuss ideas and perspectives for the class struggle. We have no rich donors or backer and are funded entirely by our members and supporters. This financial independence guarantees our political independence. But we still live under capitalism and New York City is not inexpensive. We need all the support we can get to make this a reality!