Marxism

The excuses offered to absolve Marx of his anti-Semitism don’t excuse much.

Daniel B. Schwartz
April 20 2020 12:01AM

Paul Mason’s Clear, Bright Future is neither clear nor especially bright.

Oct. 7 2019 12:01AM

The contaminated soil of Marxist totalitarianism.

Nick Cohen
May 2 2016 12:01AM

Advocating war rather than peace.

March 15 2016 12:01AM

Islamist terrorists rarely make an effort to conceal their religious motivation. But some in the West—prominent politicians, intellectuals, journalists, and others—are ready to conceal it. . .

Paul Hollander
Feb. 17 2015 12:01AM

In his London home, Chimen Abramsky—polymath, long-time Stalinist, son of a famous rabbi—built up one of the finest private collections of Judaica anywhere.

Paul Shaviv
Aug. 13 2014 12:01AM

How an original but maddeningly opaque German Jewish intellectual became a thriving academic industry.

April 3 2014 12:05AM

Despite being an avowed Marxist, the political philosopher Norman Geras, who has died at the age of seventy, never hesitated to confront anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism on the Left.

Oct. 22 2013 12:00AM

Seth Lipsky’s new biography of Abraham Cahan, founder of the Forverts, sheds light on his break with Marxist orthodoxy and anti-Zionism to form a new,. . .

Oct. 8 2013 12:00AM

The Daily Mail accuses Ed Miliband, the leader of Britain’s Labor party, of inheriting his father’s Marxism. When will he be inheriting his father’s. . .

Oct. 4 2013 12:00AM

A group of refugee German intellectuals, mostly Jewish, mainly Marxist, enjoyed a postwar reputation—unearned—for insight into the nature of Nazism and Nazi anti-Semitism.

Sept. 9 2013 12:00AM

Even in theory, let alone in practice, no basic difference separates Communism and fascism; but today, while fascism as an ideology is all but dead,. . .

Ronald Radosh
Aug. 5 2013 12:00AM

A collection of reports on wartime Germany sheds light on the Marxist Jewish refugees hired by the U.S. government to explain Hitler and the Nazis.

William E. Scheuerman
June 24 2013 12:00AM

Marxism, third-worldism, and environmentalism are all left-wing substitutes for Original Sin, argues the French philosopher Pascal Bruckner, and no less threatening.

Emily Eakin
June 20 2013 12:00AM