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Red Pages Theoretical Journal

Founding Statement of the MCU The Maoist Communist Union is an organization of comrades committedto advancing the principles of Marxism-Leninism-Maoism in the struggle for revolution in the United States. This struggle is part of the larger international communist movement. Our formation has been informed by years of experiences laying the foundation for a revolutionary party […]

Transsexuals Against Empire: Trans Women And The Fracturing Of Whiteness

Kersplebedeb received this article by Valerie, who explained that “it was written in the context of a local collective attempting to organize trans women specifically to struggle for our liberation as part of the broader struggle against capitalism-imperialism and settler colonialism in the so-called USA.” We are happy to publish it and feel that it […]

When the Real Lessons of the Commune are Missed: Ajith Responds to Badiou

This is a response to Alain Badiou’s “The Paris Commune: Marx, Mao, Tomorrow.” It was originally published on Ajith’s Medium page on June 16, 2021.In a piece on the Paris Commune recently published in the Monthly Review (May 2021), Alain Badiou concludes thus, “Today, the Commune’s political visibility must be restored by a process of disincorporation: born of rupture […]

On The Maoist Party

The Following was written by Ajith and published on the Naxalbari blog. What should be the qualities of an organisation to become the vanguard of a new society and humans, what should be the methods of party building corresponding to this, what should be the position of the party within the dictatorship of the proletariat? […]

Communist Feelings

The following piece by by Hannah Proctor, Larne Abse Gogarty / March 13, 2019 for New Socialist. The fissure was not a place where we could live… We failed to make the revolution our permanent home.But the spark is kept alive,underground, waiting for the right conditions.– Jackie Wang basalt. basalt. two sculptured heads. hongrie 1956. […]

Chomsky on Liberals

“I don’t bother writing about Fox News,” Chomsky said. “It is too easy. What I talk about are the liberal intellectuals, the ones who portray themselves and perceive themselves as challenging power, as courageous, as standing up for truth and justice. They are basically the guardians of the faith. They set the limits. They tell […]

On the History of the Revolutionary Union

First Published: Theoretical Review No. 13, November-December 1979Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul SabaCopyright: This work is in the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Common Deed. You can freely copy, distribute and display this work; as well as make derivative and commercial works. Please credit the Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line as your source, include the url to this work, and […]

Throw open windows: Beginning a fresh communism

[From Kasama Project.  The original article comes from Ely’s presentation at Platypus convention in Chicago, on a panel about “Badiou and Post-Maoism: Marxism and Communism Today” and can be found here. – Ed.] Chris Cutrone ended his talk just now with a fitting introduction to mine: When he complained about those who would “reduce communism to the perennial […]

Appreciation for Leslie Feinberg

Leslie Feinberg’s last words were “remember me as a revolutionary communist.” Feinberg passed away in November, 2014 leaving behind a profound work of writings and work contributing towards human liberation. She was a powerful role model for many young lesbians, transgendered people, and people who reject oppressive norms imposed by this society. Hir first novel […]