Cliff Slaughter died on May 3, 2021, in Leeds, England, at the age of 92. His enduring contribution in the 1960s to the defense of Trotskyism stands in tragic contrast with his subsequent political opportunism and repudiation of revolutionary Marxism.
Fifty years since the founding of the Bund Sozialistischer Arbeiter as the German section of the International Committee of the Fourth International
The founding of the Bund Sozialistischer Arbeiter as the German section of the International Committee of the Fourth International on September 18 and 19, 1971 was an event of the immense historical significance.
On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the German invasion of the Soviet Union, the German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst is showing an exhibition on the fate of Soviet prisoners of war in World War II. Due to the great interest, the exhibition is now being extended beyond the original date of October 3 to January 16, 2022.
The University of South Carolina historian holds that the American Revolution was launched to defend the institution of slavery against the British Empire.
August 31 marked 100 years since the birth of Jean Brust, a leading figure in the Trotskyist movement. This interview, conducted in 1995, two years before Jean died, reviews critical experiences in the history of Trotskyism in the United States.