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The legacy of the junior doctors’ strike

Ian Allinson, a recent challenger in Unite the Union’s general secretary election, interviewed Emma Runswick, a key organiser around the dispute in Manchester and...

A last look back at 2017

This selection of photos from Steve Eason sums up a year when austerity continued but thousands of people kept on fighting. UK General Election This was...

revolutionary reflections | The Total Marx and the Total Theory of Literature

Revolutionary reflections is proud to publish a lost gem of Marxist aesthetic theory by Ian Birchall. Originally the piece was given as a paper...

Review: Student Revolt by Matt Myers

Nick Evans reviews a new oral history of Britain’s 2010 youth uprising against fees and EMA cuts. “It’s just a point in a line of...

Favourites of 2017: rs21 reviewers recommend…

Our reviewers recommend their favourite music, films, books and TV of 2017, including Get Out, Fighting Fascism and The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, and...

Review: Young Marx

The new play Young Marx is an affectionate and funny account of Karl Marx's early life as an impoverished émigré in Victorian London, says Keith McKenna. The revolution will...

Capitalism’s life source: the domestic and social basis for exploitation

US-based socialist Tithi Bhattacharya responds to questions from rs21 on her new book about social reproduction theory. For someone who hasn’t come across the term...

There’s Nothing so Weird as a Revolution

Ian Birchall reviews China Miéville's October, a new history of the Russian Revolution. It seems an odd pairing: the Russian Revolution and China Miéville, whose...

revolutionary reflections | Winter is Coming – on the situation in China

As China's economic, political and geo-strategic role increases, Charlie Hore assesses the position of China today and outlines a number of key challenges that...

Appeal: support Austrian antifascists sued by fascist Freedom Party leader

Austria’s new far-right Vice Chancellor, Heinz-Christian Strache, is suing anti-fascists for ‘slander’. We are republishing Linkswende Jetzt’s appeal for financial support, as they fight to defend...

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