19 July 2017, by
By Tony Cliff
Talk given at Marxism 1996 conference. Published for the first time in Tony Cliff, International Struggle and the Marxist Tradition, Selected Works Vol.1, Bookmarks, London 2001, pp. 117–32. Transcribed by Artroom, East End Offset (TU), London. Marked up by Einde O’Callaghan for the Marxists’ Internet Archive.
I’ll start by saying that Engels said about himself that he was the second fiddle to Marx. To be honest with you, to be second fiddle to Marx is quite an (...)