Sinead Dunn reviews "Scottish Independence - A Feminist Response". Recognising the book as a valuable and timely contribution to the referendum debate, Sinead notes how the two authors' approaches fuse to form a readable, robust and unapologetic feminist voice.
James Meadway reviews 'Yes: The Radical Case For Scottish Independence' by James Foley & Pete Ramand and argues that the independence referendum has the potential to transform politics, both North and South of the border.
Chris Bambery discusses some of the key themes of the transcripts of the Fourth Congress of the Communist International edited by John Riddell, arguing that they are of particular use in the contemporary debates around Leninism.
Bohdan Starosta reviews the much-discussed documentary about file sharing site The Pirate Bay, 'TPB AFK', arguing that the question of copyrights is a political issue that socialists cannot ignore.
Sarah Collins reviews the BBC's recent two-part documentary 'Growing Up Poor' addressing young people living in poverty in Britain today.
Chris Walsh reviews Carlos Nelson Coutinho's Gramsci's Political Thought, part of the Historical Materialism book series.
Jenny Morrison provides an in-depth review of a recent publication in the Historical Materialism book series, Heather A. Brown's Marx on Gender and the Family.
Mhairi Mcalpine reviews a radical Greek theatre production of a global post-capitalist utopia. She argues that at a time when Athenians are battling for everyday survival, it's important to have inspiration for revolutionary change.
Argyll Duffy saw the 'Glasgow Girls' at Citizen's theatre in November. She argues that the story provides fantastic inspiration for everyone who is anti-racist and pro-asylum rights in Scotland.
Gareth Beynon reviews Sophie Wahnich's 'In Defence of the Terror' during the French revolution. Gareth argues Wahnich's work is a useful antidote to the liberal misinterpretations which refuse to put the terror in its proper context.