MIA: Subjects: Fascism:


Marxists on Fascism

Index to the works of Marxists on the causes and nature of Fascism and how to fight it.



Clara Zetkin

Clara Zetkin on Fascism, a Comintern Discussion

1923: Resolution on Fascism Communist International Executive Committee, 1923

1923: The Struggle Against Fascism June 20, 1923, to the Third Plenum of the Executive Committee of the Communist International





Antonio Gramsci

Antonio Gramsci

All Gramsci's major works are currently withdrawn at the direction of Lawrence & Wishart

Italy and Spain
The Italian parliament
The Elections and Freedom
Elemental Forces
The Old Order in Turin
Socialists and Fascists
Reactionary Subversiveness
Leaders and Masses
Mussolini The "Arditi del Popolo"
The Development of Fascism
Against Terror
The Two Fascisms
The Agrarian Struggle in Italy
Parties and Masses
Masses and Leaders
One Year
The Italian Crisis
Neither Fascism nor Liberalism: Sovietism!
Democracy and Fascism
The Fall of Fascism
Report to the Central Committee, Feb 1925
Elements of the Situation, Nov 1925
The “Lyons theses”, Jan 1926
The party's first five years, Feb 1926
A study of the Italian situation, Aug 1926


Leon Trotsky

On Fascism in Germany 1931-1933

1931: Thaelmann and the “People’s Revolution”, Apr 14
Workers’ Control of Production, Aug 20
Factory Councils, Sep 12
Lessons of the “Red Referendum”, Aug 25
Germany, the Key to the International Situation, Nov 26
For a Workers” United Front Against Fascism, Dec 8

1932: What Next? Vital Questions for the German Proletariat, Jan 27
Interview with Montag Morgen, May 12
The Only Road, Sep 14
German Bonapartism, Oct 30

1933: Before the Decision, Feb 5
The United Front for Defense: A Letter to a Social Democratic Worker, Feb 23
The Tragedy of the German Proletariat, Mar 14
Germany and the USSR, Mar 17
The German Catastrophe: The Responsibility of the Leadership, May 28
What Is National Socialism? Jun 10
How Long Can Hitler Stay?, Jun 22
It Is Necessary to Build Communist Parties and an International Anew, Jul 15
It Is Impossible to Remain in the Same International with Stalin, Jul 20

1934: Bonapartism and Fascism, Jul 15

On Rise of Fascism in France 1935-1936: “Whither France?”


Whither France?, Nov 1934
Program of Action for France, Jun 1934
Once Again Whither France? Part I, Mar 1935
Once Again Whither France? Part II.
Committees of Action, Not People’s Front, Nov 1935
Preface to “Whither France?”, June 1936

On Fascism in Spain

Lessons of Spain: The Last Warning, Jan 1938
Bonapartism, Fascism, and War, Aug 20 1940


Amadeo Bordiga

Report on Fascism November 16, 1922, at the Fourth Congress of the Communist International 1922
Auschwitz, or the Great Alibi, Amadeo Bordiga, 1960


Georgi Dimitrov

Georgi Dimitrov

Unity of the Working Class against Fascism, August 13, 1935
Youth Against Fascism, September 25, 1935
The People's Front, December 1935
Fascism is War, July 18 1936


James Cannon

James Cannon

On Fighting Fascism in America

Jersey City: Lesson and Warning, 1938
Fascism and The Workers’ Movement, 1954



Robin Blick
Fascism in Germany: How Hitler Destroyed the World’s Most Powerful Labour Movement, 1975

Edward Conze and Ellen Wilkinson
Why Fascism?, 1935

Giustizia e Liberta
Why Carlo Rosselli Was Assassinated, 1937


On Italian Fascism in Ethiopia

Racism in the Service of Fascism, Empire-Building and War, by Richard Pankhurst, 2007



Comments to Andy Blunden