cropped-logoryricono1.pngRazón y Revolución is a organization from Argentina, that confronts bourgeois ideology in every area of social life. Our objective is the production and dissemination of scientific knowledge on human society. For this purpose, the organization publishes Razón y Revolución, which is a Marxist and socialist magazine that includes articles written by its research groups and the most outstanding articles on Argentinian Marxism and Marxism worldwide. It also publishes El Aromo, which is a monthly cultural journal aimed at a non-academic public. RyR has its own publisher, Ediciones ryr, that prints classical Marxist works and history, sociology and art books. RyR’s scientific production is developed at the CEICS (Center for Study and Research in Social Sciences) which has research groups formed by specialists in fields such as Argentinian history, class struggle, economics, working class topics, the petite bourgeoisie, leftist parties, desaparecidos [people abducted and killed by the state during the last dictatorship], education and art. RyR also organizes dissemination activities, including seminars and university courses and different courses at grassroots assemblies, trade unions and other organizations that are characterized by their social struggle.



XI Conference Historical Social Research of CEICS – Second Call

– Second Call – XI  Conference Historical Social Research of CEICS I International Meeting of the Revolutionary Left ************** Where are we? The Revolutionary Left and the class struggle in the world today Buenos Aires, from September 1 to 3...

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Ken Loach

Interview to Ken Loach – by Marina Kabat

“I hope my films leave a feeling of anger” Ken Loach Interview by Marina Kabat (CEICS – Razón y Revolución) Published in El Aromo, september 2008   You have defended the Trotsky-Breton manifest and trotskist idea that the party shouldn’t...

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Dividied and defeteaded

Divided and defeated – By Federico Genera

Divided and defeated Last presidential elections marked the begining of the end for the political alliance which governed the country for more than a decade. Kirchnerism is becoming part of the past: its political staff began running away and the...

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Prelude to Storm- By Damian Bil

The economic measures taken by Macri appear to break with the kircherist inheritance. Beyond the different social alliances behind each political framework, the measures were not marked by supposedly opposing economic programs (wich are not really that) but by the...

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cristina, peor

Worse than in the 90’s – Nicolás Villanova

The “K” heritage and the social bases for the rearrangement of the picket movement. Some argue that with the victory of macrism the country will return to the 90’s. However, an examination of the main social and labour market indicators...

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“There is a certain desire to read Trotsky in such an anti-Stalinist way that he is turned into a bourgeois liberal.” Presentation of “Literature and Revolution” at the National Library of the Argentine Republic.

Translated by Alejo Stark These are fragments of the presentation of our edition of Literature and Revolution which was attended by the translator of the book, Alejandro Gonzalez, as well as by Miguel Vedda and Eduardo Sartelli. Horacio González was...

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The Inheritance (part II) – by Eduardo Sartelli

Translated by Alejo Stark The left and the Kirchnerist “legacy” in the field of cultural struggle The “Kirchnerist (K) fairy tale” (or “el relato K”), the idea that the country is being contested by the austerity of the right and...

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Overtime. The political crisis in Greece – Nadia Bustos

The situation is bogged down. There’s a tie between classes. The bourgeoisie, for now, cannot lead a way out and only tries to win time by promising inviable reformisms or trying to reach an agreement on impossible and ineffective adjustments....

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One more step. Syria: social decay and civil war – Nadia Bustos

  Translated by Manuel Seguez Ocantos Syria has become a disputed scenario for the local and international burgeoisie. The military confrontation between global powers may lead into a clash that can exceed the region. This works as an example of...

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Brazil on the edge of the cliff – By Nicolás Grimaldi

PT’s prospects in the face of crisis The magnitude of the Brazilian crisis seems to have no precedents and no immediate limit either. Everything seems to indicate an obscure future for Brazilian capitalism. The spiral of adjustment can only be...

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XI Conference Historical Social Research of CEICS – I International Meeting of the Revolutionary Left

– Call for papers – XI Conference Historical Social Research of CEICS I International Meeting of the Revolutionary Left Where are we? The Revolutionary Left and the class struggle in the world today Buenos Aires, from September 1 to 3...

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Migrants stranded on a boat, thirty miles off the Libyan coast as they are rescued by Royal Marines.  PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday June 7, 2015. The rescued migrants were taken to the Royal Navy ship where they were searched and processed before being handed over to the Italian authorities. Britain is a country that "doesn't walk on by", David Cameron said as HMS Bulwark undertook another rescue mission off Libya. The Royal Navy warship picked up at least 500 migrants found in four boats in the seas off the north African country. Arriving at the G7 summit in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, the Prime Minister said the flagship had been deployed because the UK is a "country with a conscience".  But he warned that the causes of the mass exodus from Libya must be dealt with, not just the consequences. See PA story DEFENCE Migrants. Photo credit should read: Rowan Griffiths/Daily Mirror/PA Wire

Socialism or Barbarism. The Syrian migrants’ crisis and the capitalist decomposition – by Eduardo Sartelli

Finally, that motionless little body is the end point of the historical impotence of a working class that, from Arab nationalism to religious fundamentalism, hasn’t been able to build a party that would propose a revolutionary solution. By Eduardo Sartelli...

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Sour Sweetness. The Left attacks the heart of Argentine capitalism – by Santiago Ponce

LAP (Political Analysis Lab) – CEICS (Center for Study and Research in Social Sciences) One of the arguments usually put forth by the enemies of the working class is that the left does not win elections and has a minimal...

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From structural breakage to political reintegration of the working class: Relative surplus population layers in Argentina and their involvement in the piquetero movement – by Marina Kabat

Abstract: In this paper, we examine the different layers of the relative surplus population in Argentina and the development of the Argentinian piquetero movement, which tried to establish an alliance between employed and unemployed workers. We highlight the potentialities and...

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If it is not true it is not interesting

Inteview to Richard Lewontin Published in El Aromo nº43, July/August 2008 CEICS: -Why did you choose biology as a research field? Was the election related with political influences or the environment of social struggle in USA? Which were your major...

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Putting the blame on Imperialism – by Ianina Harari

On the development of the automotive industries in Argentina and Brazil and foreign companies. By Ianina Harari – (Translated by Leonardo Kosloff) The theory of imperialism can sometimes be a good excuse to justify ignorance. There have been attempts at...

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Where did Braverman go wrong? A Marxist response to the politicist critiques – by Eduardo Sartelli and Marina Kabat

by Eduardo Sartelli1 and Marina Kabat2. Cadernos EBAPE. BR 12.4 (2014): 829-850. Braverman is considered an unquestionable reference of Marxist labour process. The objective of this paper is to show that despite Braverman’s undeniable achievements he forsakes the classical Marxist...

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Fantasies of the Past. What the “imports subsitution industrialization”; was, and what it wasn´t – By Damian Bil

Damián Bil OME – CEICS (Marxist Economics Observatory – Center for Study and Research in Social Sciences) During the second half of the 19th century, Argentina inserted itself in the world market as an exporter of agricultural products. The soil...

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