Towards an SA pro-party bloc

Undoubtedly the Socialist Alliance has moved ahead in leaps and bounds in the couple of years since the Socialist Workers Party made its welcome turn towards elections. True, things began rather badly. The SWP decided to lift its siege mentality and embrace the Socialist Alliance ... but then momentarily and disastrously recoiled from the consequences. Fear conquered audacity.

Undoubtedly the Socialist Alliance has moved ahead in leaps and bounds in the couple of years since the Socialist Workers Party made its welcome turn towards elections. True, things began rather badly. The SWP decided to lift its siege mentality and embrace the Socialist Alliance ... but then momentarily and disastrously recoiled from the consequences. Fear conquered audacity.

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Letters

SA betrayal; Irrelevant monarchy?; Anarchy speaks; Godspell; Macedonia; No dictionary; No ABC; Come on, SWP

SA roundup

Greater Manchester Squandered opportunity

Republican Communist Network

Instrument for unity

Karl Marx and religion - part 4

In the last of a series of articles, Michael Malkin outlines the attitude of communists to believers

Build electoral alternative

Liz Davies, former member of the Labour Party's national executive, last week resigned from the party and announced her support for the Socialist Alliance. This is the full text of her speech made to a Socialist Alliance-Leeds Left Alliance rally on March 23

Scotland: SWP-SSP unity

Negotiations continue SWP statement

CPGB aggregate

Transforming the SA

Socialist Alliance Liaison Committee

Call for SA paper

Weekly Worker 377 is also available in PDF format