Beyond the sprouts of capitalism: China’s early capitalist development and contemporary...

China’s early modern political economy provides a deeper understanding of their current socialist project.

Relative surplus value: The class struggle intensifies

With the production of relative surplus value, capitalism as a mode of production comes to stand on its own.

Fascism and global class struggle: A 4-part PSL course

This 4-part video and audio course studies the history of fascism to help us, as organizers, fight it.

Fascist plots in the U.S.: Contemporary lessons from the 1934 “Business...

Rockhill details the defeated fascist attempt to overthrow FDR and the New Deal in 1934.

Homelessness, public space, and the limits to capital: An interview with...

This interview was conducted via e-mail during February-March 2021, in response to Don Mitchell’s latest book--Mean streets: Homelessness, public space, and the limits to capital--and his overall work on space and capitalism, which can provide us with some arguments and conceptual tools for winning the advancing housing struggles such as the Cancel the Rents movement.

Reading Capital with Comrades: A Liberation School podcast series

Liberation School is proud to release our new podcast series, "Reading Capital with Comrades." The series--which is now available on Spotify, Soundcloud,...

Surplus value is the class struggle: An introduction

surplus value isn't an economic concept; it's the real motor of class struggle.

Silvia Federici: The exploitation of women and the development of capitalism

Critically engaging Federici's claims, this article evaluates the extent to which she departs from, critiques, or builds on Marxism.

PSL Course: Marx’s “Capital” (vol. 1)

Course description: The first volume of Karl Marx's Capital: A Critique of Political Economy, which was originally published in 1867, remains a...

The myth of democracy and the rule of the banks (part...

In October 2008, the U.S. government rescued the big banks at a cost of $700 billion in taxpayers’ money. It was the biggest bailout in history. The government provided trillions of dollars more in loan guarantees and other benefits to the major banks, insurance companies and other corporations.