The eleven groups featured in our movement inquiry constitute part of what may be an emerging radical pole in the struggle for black liberation. Even in their analytical divergence and organizational heterogeneity, they yield the outlines of a revolutionary unity, opposed to separatism, whose ambitions exceed that of the misleadership both new and old.
- The Crisis and the Rift: A Symposium on Joshua Clover’s <i>Riot.Strike.Riot</i>Alberto Toscano, Amanda Armstrong, and Delio Vasquez on periodization and proletarian self-activity in "the new era of uprisings."
- 11 Theses on Possible CommunismSpecter // Neoliberalism // Crisis // Proletariat // Class Struggle // Communists // Communism // Forms of Life // Program // Soviet // Future
- A Strategy of Ruptures: Ten Theses on the Greek FutureThe deep social and political crisis in Greece, as a “cathartic” moment, also offers the possibility for a different social and political road away from …
- Occupy Franklin and Never Give it BackA week ago, mayors across the country, working with shadowy law enforcement organizations, coordinated a crackdown on the occupations in their respective cities. Washington DC’s …
- Is Lenin Still Relevant?Viewpoint was invited to debate Lenin's State and Revolution in a panel at the Left Forum. Check it out if you're near New York City …
- Issue 5: Social ReproductionLineages • Theories • Terrains of Struggle • Sexualities • Populations • Paradigms of Production • Forms of Life
- Remembering François Maspero (1932-2015)As one of the most important French editors and publishers of the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, François Maspero helped shape an entire intellectual terrain.
- Issue 6: ImperialismStrategies and Solidarities • Theoretical Encounters • Conceptualizing Imperialism Today • Articulation and Modes of Production • Imperialism and the Comintern • Black Internationalism