When the Soviet Union fell on Christmas Day 1991, politicians and pundits in the West began insisting that Marxism was dead, that history had proved the theory was bankrupt and led inexorably to misery and oppression. From now on, they said, our world would be shaped by unfettered capitalism, and humankind would be the better for it. But historian... More >>>
Red alert: Christopher Kendall plays Karl Marx in
Marx in Soho.