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Suggested websites to explore:  I’ve compiled a page of website links that I personally enjoy and find useful. As someone interested in anti-capitalist politics, Marxism, eco-socialism, and the intersections between culture and politics, I believe it’s important to have access to a variety of resources that provide insight into these topics. On this page, you’ll find a selection of websites that offer thoughtful and engaging perspectives on these issues, as well as related topics like social justice, intersectionality, and climate activism. Whether you’re looking for news, analysis, commentary, or simply seeking to expand your understanding of the world, I hope you find these links helpful and informative. Join me on this journey towards a more just and equitable world beyond capitalism.

Anti*Capitalist Resistance: We seek revolutionary transformation to meet the compound crisis of ecological disaster, economic collapse, social decay, grotesque inequality, mass impoverishment, growing militarisation, and creeping authoritarianism.

Anti*Capitalist Resistance YouTube

The Canary: The Canary is a radical media outlet owned and run by its workers. We are proudly working class-led and produce upfront journalism that amplifies marginalised communities.

Conquest of the Useless: Honest media criticism from a complete arsehole. (ed – He is actually really smart and a pleasant chap)

FIIMG: or the Fourth International in Manchester group.

Housemans Bookshop: Long-running (since 1945) radical bookshop selling new and secondhand publications on progressive politics.

International Viewpoint: International Viewpoint, the monthly English-language magazine of the Fourth International, is a window to radical alternatives world-wide, carrying reports, analysis and debates from all corners of the globe. Correspondents in over 50 countries report on popular struggles, and the debates that are shaping the left of tomorrow.

New Politics: published In the United States since 1986 as a semi-annual, follows in the tradition established in its first series (1961-1978) as an independent socialist forum for dialogue and debate on the left. It is committed to the advancement of the peace and anti-intervention movements. It stands in opposition to all forms of imperialism, and is uncompromising in its defence of feminism and affirmative action. In our pages there is broad coverage of lab or and social movements, the international scene, as well as emphasis on cultural and intellectual history.

People and Nature: Simon Pirani’s blog covers eco stuff and Ukraine.

Pluto Books: An independent publisher of radical, left wing non-fiction books. Established in 1969 it’s one of our oldest radical publishing houses.

PM Press: Radical and stimulating fiction and non-fiction books to educate, entertain and inspire!

Posle: After the Russian invasion in Ukraine, life in both countries will never be the same. But to be able to live and act further we need to find answers to some crucial questions. Why did this war begin? Why is it so hard to stop? What will the future look like after the war? After (‘after’ in English) is an attempt to answer these questions. As a community of like-minded authors, we condemn the war, which has unleashed a humanitarian disaster, wrought colossal destruction, and resulted in the massacre of civilians in Ukraine. This same war has provoked a wave of repression and censorship in Russia. As part of the left, we cannot view this war separately from the immense social inequality and powerlessness of the working majority. Naturally, we also cannot look past an imperialist ideology that strives to keep the status quo intact and feeds on the militarist discourse, xenophobia, and bigotry. Our platform sets out to examine the structure of these problems and imagine the way out. After welcomes and is open to scholars, journalists, activists, and eyewitnesses – everyone who seeks to understand the present and to think through the future.  

Red Mole Rising: A modest contribution to the history of the Fourth International in Britain.

Rowan Tree Editing: They are a wonderful thinker and editor.

Splits and Fusions: An archive of Trotskyist, Left-Communist, Communist and related publications.

Tempest: Tempest is a modest attempt to help contribute to the reconstitution of revolutionary politics and organisation in the United States today

Tendance Coatsey: the blog of Andrew Coates a democratic Marxist in Ipswich.

Ukraine Solidarity Campaign: The Ukraine Solidarity Campaign seeks to organise solidarity and provide information in support of the Ukrainian labour movement. Has been critical in co-ordinating support for the Ukrainian Resistance against Russian imperialism.

Versois the largest independent, radical publishing house in the English-speaking world.