In past issues of Communist Voice

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The current issue of Communist Voice is #50, vol. 21 #1
(February 1, 2016, 70 pages)

The fiftieth issue of Communist Voice (February 1, 2016, with 70 pages)  may be ordered in hard copy or downloaded with our compliments in PDF form and  has articles on the following subjects:

The environmental crisis

The UN climate summit in Paris flops

Different trends in the environmental movement

Environmental events and actions

The struggle against the Syrian dictatorship

The workers’ movement

The 2015 UAW auto contracts with the Big 3

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA)


Around the world

Black lives matter! and other movements

Theoretical and historical matters

Notices about publications


Issue #49, vol. 20 #1 (August 15, 2014, 58 pages)

The forty-ninth issue of Communist Voice (August 15, 2014, with 58 pages) may be ordered in hard copy or downloaded in PDF form and has the following articles:

Support the working people of Ukraine against Russian intervention, Western austerity, & local oligarchs:

The economic depression:

The environmental crisis:

Around the world:

Gust article:

From Struggle magazine:

In defense of Marxism-Leninism:


Issue #48, vol. 19 #1 (June 15, 2013, 56 pages)

The forty-eighth issue of Communist Voice (June 15, 2013, with 56 pages) is available in both hard copy and PDF form and and  has the following articles:

The economic depression:

Immigration reform:

Miscellaneous:

The environmental crisis:

Around the world:

Correspondence:



Issue #47, vol. 18 #1 (September 12, 2012, 44 pages)

The forty-seventh issue of Communist Voice (September 12, 2012, with 44 pages)  is available in both hard copy and PDF form and has the following articles:

The economic crisis and the mass struggle:

Other mass struggles:

Why the struggle against revisionism is important:

Solidarity with the Arab Spring:


Issue #46, vol. 17 #1 (November 15, 2011, 74 pages)

Mass resistance:

The environmental crisis:

The uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa:

State-capitalism or socialism

Miscellaneous:

Errata for "A defense of Marx and Engels on the transformation problem (pt 1) "


Issue #45, vol. 16 #2 (November 17, 2010, 74 pages)

The November 2010 issue of Communist Voice (#45) has  articles on the struggle against capitalist austerity measures and the endorsement of these measures by the "socialist" parties of Europe; on the Democrats and Republicans catering to big business in the mid-term elections; on the BP oil spill and the class trends in the environmental movement; on health care as a class issue; on the US social Forum; a defense of Marx and Engels on the transformation problem; and more. (PDF version of CV #45.)

The economic crisis and the capitalist austerity budgets:

The environmental crisis:

Health care:

About the US Social Forum

On Struggle magazine -- a working-class literary zine

A defense of Marx and Engels on the transformation problem (pt 1) by Joseph Green

Against revisionism

Letters

Justice for John Williams!

Errata


Issue #44, vol. 16 #1 (January 15, 2010, 58 pages)

The environmental crisis:

The economic crisis:

Health care:

Anarchism or socialism?

International

Correspondence:



Issue #43, vol. 15 #1 (June 1, 2009, 58 pages)

The economic crisis:

The workers' movement:

Support the Palestinian people!

The class struggle and the environmental crisis:

The Seattle Anti-Imperialist Committee:

Against Stalinism!

Correspondence about Maoism:


Issue #42, vol. 14 #2 (August 20, 2008, 44 pages)

The 2008 presidential elections -- not McCain or Obama, but building a class movement!

The anti-war movement:

For unity of the working class!

The class struggle and the environmental crisis:

The workers' movement and the crisis of the unions:

Against both imperialism and fundamentalism! CVO vs. FSP (the Trotskyist Freedom Socialist Party)

Anarchism or socialism?


Issue #41, vol. 14 #1 (February 20, 2008, 64 pages)

For a national health care system, not private insurance!

The class struggle and the environmental crisis:

The workers' movement and the crisis of the unions:

Against racism!

The anti-war movement:

Against both imperialism and fundamentalism:

Marxism-Leninism today:

Anarchism or socialism?


Issue #40, vol. 13 #2 (August 24, 2007, 56 pages)

For a universal health care system!

Marxism and global warming

The workers' movement:

Against both imperialism and fundamentalism:

The anti-war movement:

Full rights for all immigrant workers!

Swedish Marxist-Leninists


Issue #39, vol. 13 #1 (January 24, 2007, 56 pages)

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The coming environmental crisis and the failure of market solutions:

The Democrats and the Bush program:

The workers' movement:

Bush's "war on terrorism":

Imperialism today and Iraq

Swedish Marxist-Leninists publish Red Dawn:


Issue #38, vol. 12 #2 (July 27, 2006, 38 pages)

Solidarity with the peoples of Palestine and Lebanon!

What forces are driving the Iraqi civil war and what this means for the anti-occupation struggle

In defense of Marxism-Leninism:

Full rights for all immigrant workers!

The workers' movement:

France:


Issue #37, vol. 12 #1 (February 22, 2006, 68 pages)

The struggle against concessions

Disaster relief and the class struggle

The street battles in France

US imperialism and the class struggle in Iraq

About the history of the communist movement and the struggle against revisionism


Issue #36, vol. 11 #2 (September 10, 2005, 66 pages)

Detroit Workers' Voice #51, Sept. 5, 2005:

MWM organization sinks into liberal-labor politics: Reports on the Million Worker March national report-back conference in Detroit and on issues that arose in the MWM-Detroit

Detroit financial crisis

On the anti-war movement

World imperialism


Issue #35, vol. 11 #1 (March 15, 2005, 68 pages)

Against the capitalist parties

In memory of a comrade, 1948 - 2004 (11K)

The workers' movement and the Million Worker March organization

US imperialism, get out now from Iraq!

The fight against revisionism and state-capitalism


Issue #34, vol. 10 #2 (August 25, 2004, 52 pages)

Bush and Kerry, pro-war servants of big business: Many of the articles center on the elections, which will determine who will be the political leader of the American bourgeoisie for the next four years.

US out of Iraq! Solidarity with Iraqi workers!

About the California and Washington state grocery workers' struggles (19K)

Against Trotskyism


Issue #33, vol. 10 #1 (March 25, 2004, 66 pages)

US imperialism, get out of in Iraq!

The anti-war movement

Support the Palestinian people!

Haiti

On the elections

Against Trotskyism


Issue #32, vol. 9 #2 (October 16, 2003, 60 pages)

DOWN WITH THE U.S. IMPERIALIST OCCUPATION OF IRAQ!

AGAINST IMPERIALISM AND ZIONISM

POSTAL WORKERS

AGAINST THE POLITICAL POLICE

ABOUT ZNET'S ALTERNATIVE TO SOCIALISM

ABOUT THE ANTI-MARXIST-LENINIST NATURE OF TROTSKYISM


Issue #31, vol. 9 #1 (May 20, 2003, 46 pages)

US IMPERIALISM, GET OUT OF IRAQ!

CVO AGITATION AGAINST THE WAR

UNIONS AND THE WAR

WHO IS CALLING FOR THE DRAFT?

AGAINST ZIONISM AND ANTI-SEMITISM

CORRESPONDENCE (TWO POEMS)


Issue issue #30, vol. 8 #3 (December 15, 2002, 44 pages)

NO TO ANOTHER WAR FOR OIL!

AGAINST THE "WAR ON TERRORISM"

SUPPORT THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE!

AGAINST THE NEO-LIBERAL AGENDA

A CRITIQUE OF TROTSKYISM


Issue #29, vol. 8 #2 (June 20, 2002, 66 pages)

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SUPPORT THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE!   Against the Israeli occupation, and about the mirage of the two-state solution

AGAINST THE "WAR ON TERRORISM":

THE FIASCO OF DEREGULATION:

AGAINST STALINISM AND TROTSKYISM:


Issue #28, vol. 8 #1 (January 9, 2002, 56 pages)

IMPERIALISM in light of the Afghan war (77K), by Joseph Green

THE US = #1 terrorist (25K), by Pete Brown

ANTHRAX: Postal management's handling of anthrax shows callous disregard for workers (20K), by a Detroit postal worker

ANTI-IMPERIALIST AGITATION:

About the Bordentown Anti-War Group: (19K)

About the Seattle Anti-Imperialist Alliance: (52K)

Detroit Workers' Voice #28, Oct. 3: (25K)

THE SOCIALIST DEBATE ON THE TALIBAN -- Trotskyism slips on the supposed anti-imperialism of the Taliban: (53K)

PAGES FROM THE HISTORY OF AFGHANISTAN: king, failure of the pro-Soviet regime, CIA dirty war, and Taliban (105K)


Issue #27, vol. 7 #2 (September 6, 2001, 68 pages)

Energy deregulation, a spreading crisis of neo-liberalism:

In 1996 deregulation was hailed as the wonder cure for California's energy system. Democrat and Republican competed in their enthusiasm for it. Power was to be plentiful and cheap. And the result? Energy prices soaring out of sight, blackouts, and chaos. Government-regulated monopoly has been replaced by unregulated private monopoly. Similar results can be seen in other states and countries. But it's profitable, and the bourgeoisie and its parties are determined to stay with it. Meanwhile the government agencies are in the pocket of the energy billionaires, while municipally-owned power systems are increasingly run in the same predatory spirit. The struggle against deregulation includes exposing the neo-liberal spirit of the government-run or regulated systems as well as the profiteering of the private companies.

Against the neo-liberal offensive: (19K)

On the communist future:

Correspondence on the nature of the Eritrean government: (60K)

Anarchism and the question of authority: (48K)

Reply to a Maoist on Mao's relation to the three worlds theory: (58K)


Issue #26, vol. 7 #1 (May 1, 2001, 52 pages)

Against the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas:

On the communist future:

On the right to self-determination and Ethiopian-Eritrean war: the right to self-determination of Eritrea is still an issue!

China:

From Struggle. a journal of revolutionary proletarian literature (17K):

Correspondence (70K) :

On the history of Maoist opportunism:


Issue #25, vol. 6, #3, November 27, 2000 (60 pages)

New England Global Action Network Conference: About the upcoming demo against the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas in Quebec City in April 2001

On the communist future:

Anarchism as unwitting support of the market:

On the Ethiopian-Eritrean war: the right to self-determination of Eritrea is still an issue!

Repression under the guise of peace:

Correspondence (91K):


Issue #24, vol. 6, #2, June 14, 2000 (62 pages)

To fight neo-liberalism, target capitalism!

Against the Russian war on Chechnya:

Reviews of 3 books about the Russo-Chechen wars, by Joseph Green:

U.S. imperialism in Latin America:

The strike movement:

Betrayal in the name of left-right unity -- on the "left-right alliance" that is being promoted under the guise of anti-war activism:

Correspondence: Should state-capitalist and liberal forces be declared "socialist", although one knows them to be "corrupt"? (10K)


Issue #23, vol. 6, #1, February 4, 2000 (64 pages)

Articles about the anti-WTO demonstration in Seattle:

On the struggle against racism:

Not another war for oil! Articles against the Russian invasion of Chechnya:

Correspondence: Is state-ownership in a capitalist country a "socialist institution"? (51K)


Issue #22, vol. 5, #3, October 9, 1999 (46 pp.)

Debating the significance of the state sector in the transition to socialism:


Issue #21, vol. 5, #2, August 15, 1999 (58 pp.)


Issue #20, vol. 5, #1, March 28, 1999 (62 pp.)


Issue #19, vol. 4, #4, December 8, 1998 (48 pp.)

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Issue #18, vol. 4, #3, August 1, 1998 (50 pp.)


Issue #17, vol. 4, #2, April 20, 1998 (60 pp.)


Issue #16, vol. 4, #1, Jan. 20, 1998 (44 pp.)

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Issue #15, Vol. 3, #4, October 15, 1997 (64 pp.)

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Capitalist pollution in SOUTHEAST ASIA (on the recent deadly smog) by Frank, Seattle (25K)

CHINA: a congress of capitalists by Pete Brown (29K)

Mexico:

POSTMODERNIST PHILOSOPHY is old subjectivist wine in new bottles by Tim Hall, editor of Struggle, a literary magazine (38K) 

DEPENDENCY THEORY and the fight against imperialism (against the theories of Shamir Amin and Andre Gunder Frank), part two, by Joseph Green

Articles from DETROIT WORKERS' VOICE #16:

How the Chicago Workers' Voice group deals with the WPAEN: THE WORKING CLASS MOVEMENT MINUS ANTI-REVISIONISM by Mark, Detroit

CUBA: socialist or state-capitalist--excepts from an Internet debate


Issue #14, Vol. 3, #3, August 10, 1997 (64 pp.)

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The twilight of dependency theory

The question of "state capitalism under workers' rule" (Part 3 of State capitalism, Leninism, and the transition to socialism) (50K)

Che, the armed struggle, and revolutionary politics (41K)

Letter to a fellow worker about creationism: Workers need science, not religion, for liberation

Thousands march to support Detroit newspaper workers

Rank-and-file action or union leader sellouts? (from Detroit Workers' Voice #14)

Marxism in an era of free-market capitalism (on the crisis of left-wing thought, from Detroit Workers' Voice #14)

Conviction of racist killer cop overturned: the Malice Green case in Detroit (from Detroit Workers' Voice #15)

Communist Voice through the eyes of others:

Further description of articles in issue #14


Issue #13, Vol. 3, #2, May 8, 1997 (58 pp.)

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Cuba

Mexico

General strike shakes up Ecuador by Pete Brown

Never-ending militarization by Pete Brown

Correspondence

Correction

Further description of the articles in issue #13


Issue #12, Vol. 3, #1, March 1, 1997 (50 pp.)

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Strike wave against anti-worker laws in South Korea (16K)

Detroit newspaper strike betrayed:  Union leaders declare their failure a victory (16K)

State-capitalism under a "socialist" banner: The anarchy of production under the veneer of Soviet revisionist planning (101K)

Cuba's economic system of the 1970s and early 1980s: Cuban "socialism" adopts the Soviet state-capitalist model (67K)

How the anarchists blew it: Notes on the history of the International Workingmen's Association

On Samir Amin's utopia about the bourgeois development of the third world: A review of Amin's "Re-reading the Postwar Period: An Intellectual Itinerary" (36K)

A report on Nov. 14 demonstrations in Seattle vs .Netanyahu's oppression of the Palestinians

Correspondence (More from Red Star Rising Again)

Further description of the articles in issue #12


Issue #11, Vol. 2. #6, Dec. 15, 1996 (58 pp.)

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Cuba

Riots in Indonesia (18K)

An action in support of the East Timorese freedom struggle (12K)

Mexico

About the anarcho-syndicalist IWW: Denouncing rank-and-file workers for "union scabbing" or organizing vs .union bureaucracy?

How not to fight anarchism

Correspondence with Red Star Rising Again

Further description of the articles in issue #11


Issue #10, Vol. 2, #5, Oct. 1, 1996 (64 pp.)

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The imperialist Helms-Burton law and the myth of Cuban socialism (36K)

The Communist Voice Organization discusses its future

Detroit Workers' Voice Labor Day leaflet

No spark in the Spark:  Against their prettification of labor bureaucrat sell-outs

Palestine:

Extract from the Open Letter to the left from Greg Jackson of the Black Autonomy Collective

Reply to the Open Letter of the Black Autonomy Collective:Anarchist fiasco in the Spanish Civil War shows that autonomous collectives cannot overcome the marketplace

The recent bombing in Iraq and the controversies over anti-war work in the Persian Gulf War

On the Spartacist League and the `defend Iraq' slogan: Building an anti-imperialist movement or putting hopes in Hussein's military (Feb. 1991)

The debate in last years of the MLP over anti-war agitation:

Correspondence: On the Nader candidacy


Issue #9, Vol. 2, #4, Aug. 1, 1996 (68 pp.)

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The "four worlds" theory and the indigenous struggle in Papua New Guinea -- critiquing Hyndman's Ancestral Rain Forests and the Mountain of Gold  (104K)

Staley struggle: how not to learn from a defeat

Empty "left" phrases about the trade unions (criticism of "left" communism & LAWV) (35K)

Right of self-determination: "left" communism vs. Marxism

Lester Thurow's uneasy future of capitalism (16K)

Union bureaucrats establish "Labor Party" (including criticism of such Trotskyist groups as Socialist Action, Spark, and Bulletin) (24K)

Correspondence:


Issue #8, Vol. 2, #3, June 1, 1996 (60 pp.)

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Mexico

South Korea, imperialism, and "free-market" mythology

State capitalism, Leninism, and the transition to socialism

Postal workers under attack


Issue #7, Vol. 2, #2, March 15, 1996 (70 pp.)

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Debate on Marxism & right of nations to self-determination (15K)

DWV: The U.S.-Cuba conflict

Papua New Guinea and Imperialism

10 answers to 10 of Oleg's questions on struggle in Mexico

The trade unions, the errors of the Trotskyist "transitional program",  and the zigzags of the Los Angeles Workers' Voice

DWV: Why were CAT and Staley workers defeated? (11K)

Theories and evolution of the salaried middle strata, and critique: "Misunderstanding the middle strata"


Issue #6, Vol. 2, #1, Jan. 15, 1996 (64 pp.)

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Who are the communists?

Balance-sheet of two years of work since the MLP died

Boston group reports on its lack of activity

Sucking up to the sophists:  Pete Brown reviews Novack's Origins of Materialism (21K)

DWV on the strike wave in France (20K)

On Boeing and Detroit newspaper strikes

Marxism vs. Anarchism: The debate with anarchism continued as the Fifth Estate (Detroit) and the Insurgency Culture Collective (Los Angeles) wrote in reply to the article in CV #4"Anarchism and the marketplace".

In memory of Frederick Engels: 1820-1895

Controversy with the Chicago Workers' Voice group: on the party and on anti-war agitation


Issue #5, Vol. 1, #5, Nov. 15, 1995 (64 pp.)

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Strikes and the workers' movement

Land reform, socialism, and the Mexican countryside:

Part two of the controversy over anti-war work during the Persian Gulf war


Issue #4, Vol. 1, #4, Sept. 15, 1995 (64 pp.)

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The Communist Voice Organization is founded

Detroit newspaper strike:

DWV vs. plans of postal management

On demo on 25th anniversary of Chicano moratorium

The affluent worker -- bourgeoisified? Review of Goldthorpe's 1969 book on British workers

The IMF, World Bank and U.S. imperialism: an overview

Ejido co-ops and capitalism in Mexican agriculture

What really happened in the last years of the MLP: part 1 of the controversy over anti-war work during the Persian Gulf war

Left-wing neo-conservatives:


Issue #3, Vol. 1, #3, August 1, 1995 (68 pp.)

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Communism as a science

 The IMF and imperialist superprofits

What have co-ops meant for the Mexican peasants?

More on the controversy with the Chicago Workers' Voice

Towards unmasking Trotskyism:


Issue #2, Vol. 1, #2, June 1, 1995 (60 pp.):

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People of Papua New Guinea vs. environmental ruin

Detroit Workers' Voice: Fight the contract on the workers and the poor

Workplace organizing & Solidarity Organizing Committee

The growth of the middle classes, and prospects for socialist consciousness:  review of C. Wright Mills' White Collar

Ongoing controversy on our tasks

Looking into the history of the Marxist-Leninist Party

Marxism and the Zapatistas

Three key Zapatista declarations from the Lacandona Jungle

Critique of Zapatista view of democratization as panacea

On the stand of Workers' Voice: denigrating anti-revisionism and glorifying Zapatista theories

Marxism on proletarian and peasant demands


Issue #1, Vol. 1, #1, April 15, 1995 (56 pp.)

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The rebirth of communism (10K)

Announcing a new theoretical journal, the Communist Voice

Debate over current tasks of communist work

What should we say to the masses about Cuba?

On changes in the working class

Mexico


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