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The raised fist, or the clenched fist, is a long-standing image of activism, often a symbol of social revolution and political solidarity. It is also a common symbol of anarchism and communism, but can also be used as a salute to express unity, strength, or resistance. The origin of the raised fist as a symbol is unclear. Its use in trade unionism, anarchism, and the labor movement had begun by the 1910s. William "Big Bill" Haywood, a founding member of the Industrial Workers of the World, used the metaphor of a fist as something greater than the sum of its parts during a speech at the 1913 Paterson silk strike. The raised fist logo may represent unity or solidarity, generally with… Read more
oppressed peoples. The black fist is a variation of the logo generally associated with the Black Power movement. Its most widely known usage is by the Black Panther Party, a Black Marxist group in the 1960s.
Proletarian internationalism is the perception of all revolutions as being part of a single global class struggle rather than separate localized events. It is based on the theory that capitalism is a global system and therefore the working classes of all nations must act in concert if they are to replace it with anarchism or communism. Internationalism is an important component of revolutionary political theory, based on the principle that working-class people of all countries must unite across national boundaries and actively oppose nationalism and war in order to overthrow capitalism. In this sense, internationalism is closely related to the concept of international solidarity. Supporters… Read more
Socialist thinkers such as Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels argue that economic class, rather than nationality, race, or culture, is the main force that divides people in society and that nationalist ideology is a propaganda tool of a society's dominant economic class. From this perspective, it is in the ruling class' interest to promote nationalism in order to hide the inherent class conflicts at play within a given society, such as the exploitation of workers by capitalists for profit. Therefore, socialists see nationalism as a form of ideological control arising from a society's given mode of economic production. Since the 19th century, socialist political organizations and radical trade unions such as the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) have promoted internationalist ideologies and sought to organize workers across national boundaries to achieve improvements in the conditions of labor and advance various forms of industrial democracy. The First, Second, Third, and Fourth Internationals were socialist political groupings that sought to advance worker's revolution across the globe and achieve international socialism and world revolution.
Socialist internationalism is anti-imperialist, and therefore supports the liberation of peoples from all forms of colonialism and foreign domination and the right of nations to self-determination. Therefore, socialists have often aligned themselves politically with anti-colonial independence movements, and actively opposed the exploitation of one country by another. Proponents of proletarian internationalism often argued that the objectives of a given revolution should be global rather than local in scopefor example, triggering or perpetuating revolutions elsewhere. Proletarian internationalism is closely linked to goals of world revolution, to be achieved through successive or simultaneous communistrevolutions in all nations. According to Marxist theory, successful proletarian internationalism should lead to a world revolution and eventually stateless communism. The notion was strongly embraced by the first communist party, the Communist League, as exercised through its slogan "Proletarians of all countries, unite!", later popularized as "Workers of the world, unite!" in English literature.
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