For many years, official pundits proclaimed ‘the death of Marxism’. Marx and his ideas were a curio, possibly of some relevance in the 19th century but completely outmoded today, we were often told.
The current woes in the banking and finance sector, however, have led to a renewed interest in Marx in the First World. At the same time, revolutionary developments in Venezuela and Nepal suggest that Marx retains relevance for people in the Third World struggling for liberation
Come along to this month’s Workers Forum and hear two prominent union and political activists address the subject and join in the discussion.
Tim Bowron (national organiser, Workers Party)
Paul Piesse (president, Alliance Party)
7pm, Monday, November 24
WEA (Workers Educational Assn)
59 Gloucester Street