On the critique of egalitarian ideology.
We talk to writer Ross Wolfe about his essay “Marxism Contra Justice”. Given that struggles for justice have been central to all sorts of radical movements, why is it important to cleave Marxist politics away from this notion? How are contemporary notions of ‘social justice’ already degraded versions of earlier egalitarian ideology on the left? Is it possible to conceive of any popular working-class movement that doesn’t begin with people’s sense of indignation and desire for redress?