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  • "Why Socialism?" by Albert Einstein - An indictment of capitalism by Time magazine's Man of the Century.
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  • Abram Leon: The Jewish Question - A Marxist Interpretation (1946) - An influential work by the Belgian-Jewish Trotskyist published in 1946.
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  • archive: the left side of the brain is bigger - A constantly growing collection of writings by left-wing thinkers: Sartre, Einstein, Orwell, Gandhi, Naomi Klein, Pinter, Picasso, Marx, Gore Vidal, Oscar Wilde, GB Shaw, Beauvoir, Martin Luther King, Alice Walker and others.
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  • CapitAllism - Calls for a cap on personal incomes as a solution to inequity.
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  • The Communist Manifesto - The text that serves as the beginning of the communist movement
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  • Erfurt Program, 1891 - Radical program adopted by the German Social Democratic Party in 1891 which signified the party's adoption of Marxism.
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  • Evolutionary Socialism - Excerpts from Eduard Bernstein's revisions of Marxism which established modern social democracy.
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  • The Fight For Socialism - Programme of the Workers' Party (1946). The WP was a "Third Camp" split from the Socialist Workers Party. It was led by Max Shachtman.
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  • Fundamental Principles of Communist Production and Distribution - Treatise from the Independent Group of Communists in Holland, 1930.
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  • The Genesis of Trotskyism - Written in 1933, this pamphlet by Max Schachtman explains the development of Trotskyism and the International Left Opposition from the point of view of a leader of the American movement.
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  • Global Document Index - A series of documents from various Trotskyist groups and tendencies.
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  • The Gotha Program (1871) - Excerpts from the founding manifesto of the German Social Democratic Party
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  • Manifesto of the Communist Party - Online text from Literature Project.
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  • Marxist.net - Marxist discussion and analytical resource material to guide the building of the revolutionary party and the socialist revolution. From the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI)
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  • Marxists Internet Archive - The most complete database of Marxism hitherto made. The archive is divided into three major sections: Marxist writers, Marxist history, and reference materials. Marxist writers has information on Marxists from Karl Marx and Frederick Engels to Che Guevara to Vladimir Lenin to Rosa Luxemburg.
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  • The National Question and the Class Struggle - Thesis by Ber Borochov (1881-1917) arguing that national liberation is a necessary component of the class struggle. Distinguishes between progressive and reactionary nationalism.
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  • The Port Huron Statement - Written in 1962 and adopted by Students for a Democratic Society, the Port Huron Statement is considered to be a seminal document of the New Left.
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  • Socialist Perspective - This site promotes socialism by critiquing capitalism, rather than by describing socialism. All material on this site can be freely distributed on a non-profit basis.
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  • The State and Revolution - The Marxist theory of the state and the tasks of the proletariat in the revolution by Lenin.
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  • Towards a New Socialism - Polemic against market socialism by W. Paul Cockshott and Allin Cottrell.
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  • What is Dhammic Socialism? - Socialism examined from a Buddhist perspective.
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  • What is to be Done? - In which Lenin outlines the concept of the vanguard revolutionary party run according to the principles of democratic centralism.
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  • Working Class Movement Library - A collection of materials concerned with the activities, expression and enquiries of the labor movement, its allies and its enemies, since the late eighteenth century.
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