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Nationalism and Economic Life

Nationalism and Economic Life

This article first appeared in the magazine of Foreign Affairs, written by Trotsky in 1934 Italian fascism has proclaimed national “sacred egoism” as the sole creative factor. After reducing the history of humanity to national history, German fascism proceeded to reduce nation to race and race to blood. Moreover, in […]

The Olympic protests and nationalism – a Marxist response

The Olympic protests and nationalism – a Marxist response

In a dazzling pre-Olympic balancing act, the Chinese regime has announced talks with the ‘evil’ Dalai Lama side chinaworker.infoAt the same time state media is booming out ‘friendship’ towards France and using police measures to extinguish anti-Western protests (same pattern as 2005 anti-Japan protests). The latest government u-turns will produce […]

Marxists, Taiwan and the National Question

Marxists, Taiwan and the National Question

Reply to Mikawasima Tookjoo, by Peter Taaffe  This article, which first appeared on China Worker on August 26, 2005, is a reply to Japanese leftist, Mikawasima Tookjoo, who took issue with the stand of this website on the national question and the need for a democratic socialist solution to the Taiwan […]

Marxism and the national question

Marxism and the national question

The national question is, without doubt, one of the great issues facing socialists and marxists today. Peter Hadden, Socialist Party (CWI Ireland) Lenin described Tzarist Russia as a prison house of nationalities – 57% of its peoples were non-Russian. He argued that without a correct approach on this issue the […]