85 years ago today, Austrian socialists made their final stand to defend democracy from a growing fascist movement.
Albert Finney’s groundbreaking career is a testament to the opportunities of the postwar years, when the working class fought its way into the cultural arena.
Fernand Léger’s modernist art resounded with a belief that people made the world – and could make it better.
Despite what Hollywood might tell you, the battle against the Sicilian mafia wasn't led by cops or judges. It was organised by the workers' movement.
This week Belfast City Council blocked plans for a statue to Winnie Carney, a pioneering socialist, feminist and trade unionist. We remember her extraordinary life.
Netflix's 'Trotsky' is a sinister and reactionary rewriting of history, intended to benefit the right-wingers who dominate modern Russian politics.
In the last year, New Zealand has seen tens of thousands of workers go on strike and challenge the Labour government’s austerity policies.
More than 1,700 people have been injured so far during France's 'yellow vest' protests as Macron's government meets dissent with repression.
The children's fantasy shows of the 1970s exposed small people to big ideas.
In a landmark address, Len McCluskey remembers pioneering labour organiser Tom Maguire and argues that the trade union movement his generation built is as relevant as ever.
Jeremy Hardy stood out amid the cavalcade of insipid politeness on the airwaves. He was funny, and rude, and unashamedly socialist.
While current affairs publications largely ignore political shifts leftwards, radical ideas are finding an unexpected new home: fashion magazines.