WW archiveIssue 1126
13 October 2016
Momentum or inertia?
As long as it is treated as the private property of its most timid elements, Momentum is doomed, argues Jim Grant of Labour Party Marxists
Ever since Momentum was formed out of the email lists left behind by Jeremy Corbyn’s first leadership run, the question has hung over it as to what it is actually for.
Third-campism; Scab conference; Pro-market; Questions; History repeats; In and out; Alarming
Esen Uslu reports on the Erdoğan regime’s ongoing oppression, its Kurdish war and involvement in Syria
The Stop the War conference was marked by a pro-imperialist stunt, reports Simon Wells
Robbie Rix is confident of a big answer
Tony Greenstein explains why the case of Jackie Walker is so important
Stand Up To Racism looks set to be a big success in SWP terms, writes Peter Manson. But will it advance the cause of the working class?
Michael Roberts looks at the US data from 1948 to 2015
Corbyn is right to keep the power to hire and fire, writes Eddie Ford
Lawrence Parker spoke at Communist University 2016 on the National Left Wing Movement - an organisation that was active in the Labour Party during the 1920s. Chris Hill of Labour Party Marxists spoke to him