Please note that the views expressed in the resources linked here are not necessarily reflective of or endorsed by the World Socialist Movement. In particular, many of these resources use words such as "socialism", "communism", and "Marxism" in a way that conflicts with our understanding of the terms. Nonetheless, these links may be helpful in understanding certain aspects of socialist theory or history, and the difference between our view of socialism and the views held by other groups.
- Marxists Internet Archive
- The most complete database of Marxism hitherto made. The archive is divided into three major sections: Marxist writers, Marxist history, and reference materials.
- LibriVox provides free downloadable audiobooks. Their catalogue includes works by Marx and Engels in English and German.
- Open Directory Project (dmoz)
- The Open Directory Project is a cooperatively edited catalogue of the Web. Sections of the catalogue of interest include:
- Wikipedia is a cooperatively edited encyclopædia. Sections of interest include:
Apart from our own discussion forums, there are a number of newsgroups and mailing lists of interest to socialists.
- Communism and the direction it should take in future
- Discussion of socialism
- Anarchistic socialist talk and debate
- Karl Marx and his legacy in theory and practice (moderated)
- Political discussions and ravings of all kinds
- Theory of politics and political systems
- The Marxism Mailing List
- A worldwide moderated forum for activists and scholars in the Marxist tradition who favor a non-sectarian and non-dogmatic approach. It puts a premium on independent thought and rigorous but civil debate.