Friedrich Engels seems fated to be overshadowed by Marx, but that does a great injustice to one of socialism’s greats, writes Aindrias Ó Cathasaigh, author of a new biography of the German socialist.
It can be hard to get sight of Friedrich Engels as he still remains in the shadow of his great comrade Karl Marx. That’s [...]
Paul Dillon investigates the trade union movement’s strategy, North and South, and whether is it prepared to fulfill its historical role of giving political leadership to the Irish working class.
On icy Dublin streets an estimated 100,000 people marched in a mass protest organised by the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) “There is a better, fairer [...]
The latest issue of LookLeft is available at Easons stores island-wide and selected independent shops. LookLeft is now 40 pages, proving that growth is possible even in an age of austerity.
* Ireland’s poll tax – building a mass non-payment campaign against the household charge
* Class Dismissed – Conor McCabe on the need for class [...]