Day of Heroism

Three Documents on the Day of Heroism  On June 19th, 1986 in Peru, 135 men of Lurigancho, 115 of El Fronton, and two women prisoners of Callao were killed. And many more were disappeared. The death tolls are less remembered than the heroic, fierce, and unrelenting resistance to the state-sponsored genocide carried out by the [...]

A Poem For Mao Zedong

By Roque Dalton Mao Zedong led Marxism-Leninism until its last consequences at least in a fundamental aspect: the one to build the worker-Peasant Alliance in the bosom of the people's war and take the power this way. following Lenin, defined the people, placed the classes and social layers that formed the people and thus located [...]

Until it Descends Into its Grave:

An exploration of Modern Fascism Introduction Fascism has been defined several different ways throughout the history of the Communist movement; some of these definitions are incorrect, others are partially correct but incomplete, while others still are dated. This necessarily bewilders students of the subject who seek to apply Marxist theory in combating fascism in practice. [...]

Leap Forward

Still today the Great Leap Forward is painted in the blackest of colors. It was used by many of the originators of the restorationist line (Liu Shaoqui and Deng Xiaoping) in the People's Republic of China as the reason to return to private markets and self ownership in agricultural commodity and property relations. It was [...]


By the revolutionary Brazilian poet Vinicius de Moraes, 1962 [unoficial translation by a  reader  of Struggle Sessions]  Sirs Barons of the land Prepare your shroud Because you delight of the land And the land is of those who work As well as the fruits that it contains Sirs Barons of the land Prepare your shroud [...]