by Duncan Hallas
January 14, 2011
In 1983, while the International Socialist Organization–the publisher of SocialistWorker.org–was still a very young group, British socialist Duncan Hallas came to the U.S. to give a national tour of meetings about Karl Marx, in honor of the 100th anniversary of Marx’s death.
Many of the meetings were small–often, they were held in living rooms. But those who attended couldn’t help but be persuaded by Duncan’s presentation. Here, we reprint an article by Duncan that appeared in Socialist Worker in March 1983–one of the best brief introductions to Marxism.